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Iain Sinclair Credit Card Folding Knife

Iain Sinclair's Credit Card Folding Knife weighs just 13-grams, measures a mere 2.2mm thick, and at the twist of your wrist, it folds out to reveal a functional surgical-grade knife, priced at just $4.99 shipped, today only, originally $19.99. This updated model lighter looks to be straight from James Bond's arsenal, and is slimmer for a comfortable pocket fit. The 420-series surgical stainless steel blade ensures you're able to use this in emergency situations. Product. Continue reading for three videos, including one demonstrating just how sharp the blade is, and more information.

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Tortuga Trikes

Tricycles are out, and Tortuga Trikes are in. Not your standard tricycle, each one of these drifting machines are equipped with a 6.5hp motor. The engine work with any type of gasoline, and thanks to a fairly sizable tank, it can achieve approximately 20 hours of drift time (nearly 50 miles of drifting). It has a top speed of 30 mph, and its go-kart wheels are wrapped with PVC slicks. Continue reading for three videos and more information.

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Vesaro Full-Motion Racing Simulator

You haven't seen a home racing simulator, until you've seen the Vesaro 195. Featuring the world's first 195-inch Triple Curved OLED display setup, it's powered by a Level 4 Extreme PC, two Radeon HD7990 6GB graphics cards and cranks audio through Logitech Z906 THX 5.1 surround speakers. A Buttkicker Advance Tactile Feedback System lets you feel every single twist, turn and bump in the road. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including a LEGO Star Wars Star Destroyer being shattered in super slow motion.

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Just-in-Case Shotgun Kit

In case of zombie apocalypse, make sure to have a Mossberg Just-in-Case (JIC) 500 shotgun kits around. Packaged in a water + impact resistant tube, this kit includes a Mossberg 500 12-gauge pump-action shotgun, complete with pistol grip for easy hip firing. Plus, it you'll also get survival kit in a can - has matches, compass, energy nugget, duct tape, fire starter cube, fish hook and line, razor blade and a signal mirror - alongside a re-sealable clear bag. Available now, priced at $356. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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Gibbs Quadski XL

First came the Gibbs Quadski, now the Quadski XL follows up lets two people hit the trails and water. It's powered by a 140 horsepower 1300cc BMW Motorrad K1300 4-stroke in-line 4 cylinder motor that helps it achieve speeds of 45 miles per hour on both land and water, while 4 wheel disc brakes help the RWD vehicle stop on a dime. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.

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Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block

The Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block has the signature X design of four wings, which hold the five included knives - cook's knife, bread knife, carving knife, utility knife and pairing knife - perfectly. While it doesn't include lightsabers, this geeky gadget is a great conversation piece nonetheless. The base of this stainless steel knife holder measures a sturdy 250mm (9.84-inches). Now the only upgrades that would make this cooler are sound effects, and possibly LEDs to make it really stand out in the dark. Get it here now. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including

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Water HoverBoard Flyboard

Now that you've seen the Flyboard (an aquatic board invented by Frank Zapata that propels riders into the air with the help of two water nozzles), meet the Hoverboard, which looks a bit like a wakeboard except that it's attached to a single hose that propels it forward and upward with jets of water. It can shoot riders up to 16-feet in the air and get up to speeds of around 23-miles-per-hour. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.

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Handprint Coffee Maker

Most coffee machines require you to grind the beans, pour the grounds into a filter, making sure the water is filled up, etc. before starting the brewing process. This innovative design by Electrolux simply requires a handprint, as it remembers the preferences you inputted during the setup process. Yes, it accepts multiple handprints and can brew different cups for each person. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on pricing or availability, but if it does ever hit stores, expect this machine to cost more than the high-end Nespresso / Keurig models you see now. Continue reading for more.

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Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Keyboard

BATTOP's Ultra Slim Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Keyboard boasts a QWERTY layout with hot keys customized for the iPad, but it's compatible with pretty much all Bluetooth-enabled tablets, laptops, and computers. Powered by two AAA batteries, this keyboard is good for 700-hours of continuous use. Get it here for $10.99. Continue reading for a video review (Anker T300 is same model).

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Fonkraft Modular Smartphone

Similar to Google's Project Ara, the Fonkraft is a modular smartphone that lets you easily swap out hardware components without having to replace the entire handset. Simply remove the camera, CPU, storage, etc., and replace it with the new module, ensuring that you're always on the cutting edge. The base model comes in several different configurations, including "Pilot" with two batteries, Resolution for photography enthusiasts and Hi-Fi targeted at audiophiles. Continue reading for a video and more pictures.

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