Take your notes into the third dimension with Origami Sticky Notes ($4). Each pad of notes has printed instructions on each sheet, letting you (or your co-workers) build one of ten different origami shapes. Just the way to battle post-holiday dullness at the office.
The ultimate geek pin-up calendar is back for the third year in a row. The Nerdcore 2009 Calendar ($25) includes plenty more oversized adult sci-fi-themed photography, along with plenty of important dates, including both regular holidays and nerdy events like Comic-Con, movie releases, anniversaries for major franchises, and more.
The first watchmaker to create a dive-certified regulator in 1999, Oris knows a thing or two about dive watches. That extensive knowledge is applied to the updated Aquis collection and the Regulateur Der Meistertaucher. Each timepiece has a 43.5mm case made of lightweight titanium, a matching titanium bracelet, red rubber diving strap, and a helium escape valve built into the case. It's water resistant up to 300 meters, and to ensure the safety of your next dive, the Der Meistertaucher features a bright red outline on the minute hand which calculates the remaining dive time and decompression stage.
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When you're ready for a night out, your choice of footwear can upgrade your entire look. The Chase Chelsea from Frye is ready to provide that upgrade, crafted in Italy by Tuscan artisans. Each pair arrives in tumbled waxed Italian calf leather that's been hand-antiqued along with hand-stained leather outsoles. Part of Frye's beautiful Made in Italy Collection, the Chase Chelsea is a classic boot style that will provide a long lasting option that certain to never go out of style.
From the makers of the badass, retina-scorching SureFire flashlights comes the SureFire Pen ($125). It sports a body made from hard anodized aerospace-grade aluminum with stainless steel on the tip, pocket clip, and the tailcap, which itself features a rounded window breaker — handy! It also comes with a Schmidt Technology easyFLOW ink cartridge, but can use nearly any ink cartridge with a simple adjustment. A virtually indestructible pen that performs great and breaks glass: What more could you ask for?
Need a whole lotta storage for your home office or network? The WD ShareSpace ($700-$1000) is here to help, with capacities ranging from 2TB-4TB, Gigabit Ethernet, built-in Microsoft Active Directory and iTunes server support, easily-swapped drives, support for multiple RAID configurations, and a front-mounted USB 2.0 port for one-touch transfer from other drives. It's a silver cube of power.