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Motorola Motoactv

When is an iPod nano not an iPod nano? When it's made by another company. The Motorola Motoactv ($250-$300) is an Android-powered nano lookalike — complete with a watch-friendly form factor — featuring a 1.6-inch touchscreen display, 8GB or 16GB of internal storage for music, Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ wireless connectivity for connecting to existing fitness sensors and Android smartphones for call and text receiving, an FM radio, and GPS for keeping track of your training sessions. Basically, it's everything we wanted out of this year's iPod nano, but for Android. And what did Apple users get? Oh yeah — some new clocks.

  • Fender Kurt Cobain Jaguar Guitar

    Believe it or not, we're quickly approaching the 20th anniversary of Nevermind's release — so why not celebrate by treating yourself to a replica of Cobain's axe? The Fender Kurt Cobain Jaguar Guitar ($1,850) is a replica of Kurt's iconic 1965 Jaguar, sporting a fittingly distressed three-color sunburst alder body, Stratocaster headstock shape, DiMarzio humbucking neck pickup, and DP100 Super Distortion bridge pickup amongst other details, and arriving in a black hard-shell case with an exclusive book containing photos and an interview with Nirvana guitar tech Earnie Bailey, who for a few years held what had to be one of the coolest jobs in the world. [Scouted by Timothy]

  • Polaroid SX-70 Camera

    The SX-70 is a true legend in the photographic world, as it was the first shooter to take integral instant film, and the first SLR to feature a folding body. The Polaroid SX-70 Camera ($300) isn't a modern remake of this classic — it is the classic, painstakingly restored so it works perfectly — especially with Impossible Project film — folds flat, and looks great even when it's just sitting around. Instragram's got nothing on this.