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Dyson DC35 Digital Slim Vacuum

Dyson DC35 Digital Slim Vacuum

Emphasis on the "slim." It might resemble an empty Christmas paper tube attached to a handheld garden sprinkler, but the Dyson DC35 Digital Slim Vacuum ($300) is anything but a hacked-together design. Powered by a Dyson digital motor and weighing under 10 pounds, the DC35 features Radix Cyclone technology, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and a motorized floor tool with carbon fiber brushes, it's ready to tackle even the dirtiest of floors without breaking your back. The one Dyson sent us has been sucking up everything from cat hair to drywall nails, and shows no sign of slowing down.

  • Carr Amplifiers

    Have a classic, custom, or otherwise high-end guitar that needs an equally-awesome amp to go with it? Look no further than Carr Amplifiers ($1,150-$3,350). Built by actual guitarists in a small shop in North Carolina, these versatile amps are instruments unto themselves, ready to take your sound from solid to signature while their off-beat, unique designs do the same for your stage setups. Plug in, jam out, and enjoy.

  • Sith Series Laser

    Find the Spyder III blue diode laser to be just a little too wimpy for your needs? Say hello to Wicked's new Sith Series Laser ($600). Using a Spyder interconnector, this double-handed laser sports dual 1W Spyder 3 lasers, which can be used separately or in the Darth Maul-style configuration, ready to decimate eyes, skin, paper, and anything else unfortunate to be in the path of its mighty beams. Seriously though — don't screw around with this thing unless you have a few spare retinas and a legal team at your disposal.