When the Florida Gators beat the Dayton Flyers to advance to the NCAA Final Four, and WCJB TV-20 in Gainesville couldn't show the highlights - so they made their own.
This man's reaction is more explosive than the Mentos and Coke. While there seems to be a bit of confusion about exactly what world record is being broken, one thing is for sure - this guy is very Italian and very excited.
Precision and polish collide with Gerber's latest EDC knife. The Fastball is made in Portland, Oregon with a utiliarian Warncliffe steel blade with a light, stone-washed finish and an aircraft-grade aluminum handle. Each knife employs Gerber's B.O.S.S. Tech, where balls of stainless steel leverage a ball-bearing system, for smooth, consistent deployment ever time. The folding knife also has an easy-off liner lock, three-position pocket clip, and the blade measures 3 inches with an overall length of 7.1".
Presented by Gerber.
A staple in professional kitchens, this frying pan fuses the best things about cast iron and stainless steel into one do-it-all frying pan. The pan has the same heat retention, seasoning, and non-stick properties that make cast iron famous, along with the heat control and speed that make stainless steel essential. It's light enough to maneuver, flip, or saute, and is made with high-quality French carbon steel by a 3rd generation steelmaker. It can stand up to 1200 degree temps and is perfect for searing steaks, charring vegetables, and stays slick when making eggs and pancakes for breakfast.
Presented by Made In Cookware.