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Husqvarna DXR 310 Demolition Robot

Never mind the fact that you probably have no use for a big, expensive, and heavy demolition robot — you're going to want one anyway. The Husqvarna DXR 310 Demolition Robot ($TBA) is like having your own life-size Transformer to play around with, breaking down walls, doors, and anything else you can imagine. It features a robotic arm that reaches over 15 feet, a modern remote control that offers Bluetooth, a 3.5-inch screen, and one-handed operation, and the ability to pass through normal doorways and climb stairs — if it hasn't ripped them apart already. To hell with actual work though - you should just use it to wreak apocalyptic havoc on your neighborhood, then tell the police a drunken Optimus Prime is to blame.

  • Fiskars Momentum Reel Mower

    When you hear the words "Fiskars" and "mower" used together, you might imagine a treacherous fraterinty gag in which a pledge is forced to trim the grass using nothing but a pair of two-bladed cut-ups, but as it turns out the company makes real mowers, and damn fine ones at that. The Fiskars Momentum Reel Mower ($250) uses the company's InertiaDrive technology to store energy until added power is needed while also reducing friction and blade wear, and also offers the greatest cutting range of any reel mower thanks to a forward-mounted cutting reel and long wheel base. And since it's people-powered, it's also among the greenest mowers you can buy. [Thanks, Mike]

  • The National Axe

    What better way to celebrate Canada's gold medal hockey victory than with a commemorative axe? The National Axe ($500) is Best Made Co.'s first Twibill axe — a 36-inch double bit, to be exact — sporting a red and white handle area, maple leaf hear the head, and the date, game time, and player number of the country's winning goal inscribed onto the wood. Limited to only 20 axes, you'd best hurry if you want to be the envy of all your Canuck neighbors for years to come.