Juice box giving you problems? This baby sticks right in. Stab an orange for an instant juice drink. Stab it through an aluminum can and you have yourself a metal juicebox. This space age marvel is just $15. Drink anything anywhere at anytime.
If you’re in the market for a new iPhone 4 case, you might want to check out the fireTI iPhone 4 case. It certainly looks stylish and it is made from 6AL-4V aerospace grade titanium as well. It also features a set of titanium pins that are designed to hold the case together once on your iPhone.
It sure looks sleek and is definitely drool-worthy. The fireTi Titanium iPhone case will go on sale in August for about $225. You can preorder one now.
The Motorola Titanium was officially announced by Sprint back in May. Of course no pricing or availability dates were known at that time, but as always the info comes in it’s own good time. That time is now. Sprint has announced that the 810G military-spec Eclair smartphone will hit store shelves on July 24th.
The price is $150 after a $100 mail-in rebate. This is a good one for folks who are rather tough on their phones, while others might want to put their money elsewhere and go with something else.
We’ve seen our share of iPad covers, but the ARMOR cover may be the best when it comes to simplicity and protection. There’s an aluminum version for $75 and a titanium version for $160. It was designed by Japanese metal workers to provide the best protection for the iPad’s screen and let’s face it, that’s the part you worry about.
It may not have an embedded keyboard, or a kick stand, but with this material you won’t have to worry about your device at all, and that beats having those extras.
If you’re looking for a projector phone and don’t care how cheap it is, the Titanium projector phone comes with a LED projector that has manual focus. It’s easy to use and navigation is a breeze. Some other features include a 2.2 inch touchscreen display, FM, stereo Bluetooth, camera and reception for analog TV.
This phone will let you enjoy MP4 movies at 80 cm size across a distance of about 2 meters. Only $217. Not bad. Even if it isn’t much of a looker.
The elegant looking ID Mouse shown here was recently showcased at Dutch Design Week 2009. The Bluetooth-enabled mouse is all about luxury and you know what that means. It means a hefty price tag. How about $1200?
Yeah, I appreciate great design as much as anyone, but there ain’t no way I’m buying a mouse for $1200. I don’t care if it is made of hand-formed grade 1 titanium with a high-quality plastic finish. I also don’t care if it has a 3-button neodymium scroll wheel for smooth scrolling.
You’ve got your choice of iPhone cases, but if you really want something that can take a lot of abuse, the handcrafted EXOvault is for you. It’s an all-metal case that can be ordered in aluminum, brass or titanium. It’s not completely ugly and kind of gives your phone an industrial look.
We really don’t have many other details, but Aluminum and brass will cost you $95, or you can pay $300 for the all impressive titanium.
Pentax has released the Pentax K20D Titanium Limited Edition which features a 2.8-inch LCD screen, image stabilization and dust proofing. The original version of the Pentax K20D is available for $700, while the limited edition Titanium version costs a stunning $1199.
So you’ll be paying for that sexy sleek look. It also has a cool metal-wrapped battery grip that can hold some extra batteries. The 14.6MP DSLR will be available in Japan at the end of April 2009. Only 1000 units will be available.
There are Steampunk googles, and then there are Steampunk goggles that are quality made and look pretty damn spiffy too. The metal components that you see in this pair are solid milled titanium, coated in gold colored titanium nitride. That’s pretty cool by itself, but these goggles also feature irises that can be opened and closed through independent sliders.
If that isn’t enough to get your Steampunk blood boiling with steam power, the photochromatic lenses automatically tint in sunlight. The leather is actually bolted to the eyepieces, using 48 tiny bolts plus another four for the nosepiece. The creator obviously believes in quality.
You might think a case made of titanium for your iPod nano seems silly until it takes a bullet for you in your next gun fight, and I’m sure that’s what the makers of the FLACTRON Re-nano were thinking, too.
This case fits your iPod nano snugly and safely protecting it from any harm due to dropping, throwing, stomping or medium sized explosions. The controls are still exposed along with the screen and ports so normal operation is possible, and pretty much negates the protection features, but it looks so clean and shiny.
This titanium nano case runs about $818 according to Engadget, but hey, you can’t put a price your safety. If this one seems too pricey you can maybe try to get a replica of this bullet proof iPod case.