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Big block Chevy USB flash drive

Posted in Flash Memory by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2008

Big block Chevy USB flash drive
Check out this awesome USB drive. It’s from jasonscreations over at etsy. He makes all kinds of cool stuff, including USB drives from old toys. He’s got several different cars and trucks available, all very cool.

If you’re looking for an unusual USB drive, this is it. Or maybe you just love muscle cars. I don’t know about you, but this is the kind of drive I’ve been looking for. Everything is tested to ensure proper operation and it comes with a 6 foot usb extension cable. This one will cost you $25.

Ringshot turns your hand into a Slingshot

Posted in Weapons by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2008

Ringshot turns your hand into a Slingshot
Man, when I was a kid I had all kinds of mildly illegal fun with slingshots. These days, the slingshot seems to have been forgotten, which is a shame because it’s a good weapon. It was the weapon of choice for Dennis the Menace.

Until now that is. Like everything else, the slingshot has now had an upgrade. If I were a kid again, I’d definitely use one of these Ringshots. Instead of holding a Y-shaped weapon, this slingshot slips on your index finger and thumb. Not sure about pricing and availability, but I am sure it’s all kinds of evil fun.

Hamster powered toy car looks fun, fast

Posted in Pets by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2008

Hamster powered toy car looks fun, fast
Let’s face it, if you’re a hamster it doesn’t get much better then this. It’s either riding in the self-powered Critter Cruiser, or passing your time between defecating in one corner of your cage and drinking precious drops of water from your dripping IV bottle in the other corner.

This self-powered Rat-rod is the highlight of your life, my furry friend. But sadly, your rodent brain doesn’t seem to know the difference between this and the wheel in your cage. Which, frankly, sucks for you. So, in conclusion, this is probably more fun for us humans to watch. I think we should probably harness hamster power to charge our gadgets. Check out the video below.

Indiana Jones electronic FX whip

Posted in Toys by Conner Flynn on April 29th, 2008

Indiana Jones electronic FX whip
The 4th Indiana Jones film will hit theaters in less than a month. Indiana Jones fans can now get themselves a toy version of Indy’s most famous accessory, next to the hat. The bull whip. Now you’ll be able to relive classic scenes from the movies. “Throw me the idol, I’ll throw you the whip.”

While I’m not sure if it’s a good idea to have kids going around whipping things like Devo, this is a toy that’s long overdue. We always wanted one. And yes, it’s as lame as you thought it would be. It’s not likely to hurt anyone by accident. The three foot soft whip features a plastic handle that not only plays authentic whip-cracking sound effects as you swing it, but also the well-known Indiana Jones theme music. A switch on the handle turns the sounds on and off, and it even features a carrying strap for attaching it to your belt. It will cost you $26.99

Moov makes some awesome Kid Vehicles

Posted in Toys by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2008

Moov makes some awesome Kids Vehicles
Moov is one of the coolest kids I’ve seen in a long time. It’s a DIY 4-in-1 vehicle kit for kids between 5 and 12 from Dutch company Berg. You can build a racer, a carver, a tricycle, and a scooter. It’s like combining LEGO and Erector with the big wheel.

With the large wood and plastic pieces, it’s easy enough for a kid to build and big enough to ride it down the street. Plus, they are actually learning while they play. I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see add-ons for these very soon, that would pimp up the kid creations.

Star Trek Tricorder replica won’t get you girls

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on March 30th, 2008

Star Trek Tricorder replica won’t get you girls
The Star Trek Tricorder can tell you whether a rock has certain minerals in it, if there’s toxic gas in the air, etc. And if you point it at a girl, it will tell you that there is no way in hell she is going to get with you. This tricorder is made from the original pattern used to create the props, and made of die-cast metal and plastic to give you that perfect future look and feel.

They are a limited edition of 2,000 pieces, and include a display case and certificate of authenticity. If you needed further proof that this is not your average Tricorder, just look at the price. The Star Trek Mark IX Science Tricorder Replica is $349.99.

Tenga masturbation machine is easy to clean

Posted in Sex by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2008

Tenga masturbation machine is easy to clean
At first glance you might just think this is a new concept phone. It’s actually a machine designed so that you can get your wank on, and it opens up so you can clean it easily. Ain’t that a pretty picture. It’s made of silicon, and it’s got vacuum and pump buttons on it for you to adjust the sidewalls, so you can pretend you are with a really hot girl.

Apparently it’s good for fifty uh…uses. It will cost you $99, but hey, they also throw in three containers of lube. This gadget will help you do what you already do anyway, just high tech. I can sense that some of you are excited. I can almost hear you thinking, “This is like using someone else’s hand entirely”. That’s right. No need to make your hand fall asleep before the deed any longer my friends. And for others out there…This beats the hell out of using a cardboard TP tube.

The Rubber Duck goes 21st century

Posted in R/C Toys by Conner Flynn on March 19th, 2008

The Rubber Duck goes 21st century
Remember being a kid and spending hours in the tub playing with your trusty buddy the rubber duck? It didn’t take batteries, it didn’t talk and it had no flashing lights or engine, yet somehow he stayed afloat.

Meet the future of rubber duck technology. An R/C Rubber Duck with a wireless RF transmitter, so you can guide your duck anywhere in a tub as long as the batteries have juice. 5 minutes of charging time will give your yellow friend about 15 minutes of life. Like all ducks, this one is of course, waterproof. It will retail for £14.99. Though I’m not sure what it is we are accomplishing here, I mean most tubs are of such a size that you reach your arm out and your duck is never far away. I’m guessing this means that rubber duck races are about to get really intense.

Hawks think WowWee FlyTech Dragonfly is real

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2008

Hawks think WowWee FlyTech Dragonfly is real
Apparently the FlyTech Dragonfly really is an awesome flying device. Nine out of ten hawks agree, that the things look pretty damn tasty. The toy has been fooling quite a few birds of prey lately.

Some kid on Long Island had his FlyTech Dragonfly snatched out of the air by a hungry hawk that mistook it for actual prey. I guess this is a testament to the toy’s ability’s, or maybe hawks are hard up for food. After investigating the story, WowWee’s Customer Service Department said that it has received 45 different calls over the past 2 months. That’s right, hawks everywhere and other birds of prey are swooping down and snatching people’s FlyTech Dragonfly out of the air.

EyeClops gives your kid night vision

Posted in Night Vision by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2008

EyeClops gives your kid night vision
Kids today have much cooler toys then we had when I was growing up. Take the EyeClops for example. It basically gives your kid some for real high-tech spy cred. Even kids can be James Bond these days, with some amazing gear.

This isn’t just your typical crappy flashlight attached to a helmet, not at all. It uses an infrared imager and LCD monocle which will let you spy on others in even the darkest of settings. You can even get an EyeClops BioniCam if you want to take pictures, which is the same thing, but with a digital camera. Both retail for $80 when they hit stores this fall. Just make sure your kid doesn’t catch you doing anything you don’t want seen. Blackmail sucks.

Classic Star Trek phaser stuns us

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2008

Classic Star Trek phaser
Who doesn’t love the Star Trek phaser in any of it’s forms? This one may not be the version that shoots real dangerous light, but if you take this baby with you to a convention and point it at another trekkie, you’ve got some great geek on geek action happening.

Of course, this phaser uses light and sounds to create a real weapon like feel. It’s a full scale reproduction model of the original Star Trek prop, with the original 2-in-1 design with detachable mini hand phaser. It shouldn’t be any tribble at all to pick one up for $27.99. Just remember to always keep it on the stun setting. Safety first.

Guitar Hero gets portable & silly

Posted in Handheld Entertainmnet by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2008

Guitar Hero gets portable
I guess if you want Guitar Hero on the go or if you are a Leprechaun wanting to play the game in your size, you are in luck my friends. This miniature version was created by Basic Fun, and it looks like they got Activision’s approval. It’s called the “Guitar Hero Carabiner,” and it will make it’s debut next week at the International Toy Fair in New York.

It measures in at only 7.75 long and 3 inches wide, though the neck can fold down to cut its length in half. The carabiner also has the ability to dangle from your bag or backpack, in case your pocket real estate is already full with a DS and the like.

Original Star Trek series communicator replica

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2008

Original Star Trek series communicator replica
We’re not afraid to get nerdy here at the Brick, as our recent 12 Star Trek gadgets that became reality list proves, and what could be nerdier and cooler then a replica of the original Star Trek communicator? We are still waiting on an authentic Star Trek Phone, but in the meantime, this will do nicely.

The device looks just like the real thing and it comes with several sound effects and 9 voice phrases including “Enterprise, this is Kirk”, “Spock here, Captain.” and “Your signal is very weak; can you turn up your gain?”. The Communicator Replica will be available soon and will retail for $29.99.