A second season for Netflix's wildly successful Stranger Things has just been announced. This video doesn't really tell us anything about what's to come, but we do know that the Duffer brothers are planning to pick up one year after Will Byers was found. We'll all just have to wait until the adventure continues in 2017.
No, you are not mistaken. Yes, you are correct. What you see before you is a replica Knight Industries Two Thousand, more commonly known by its abbreviation K.I.T.T. The noble, high-tech steed that bore The Hoff into action-packed crime fighting every week is presented here in all its 80s glory, right down to the terrible airplane-style steering wheel and dozens of blink lights and digital readouts that do nothing. Mr. Feeny's voice not included.
Instead of cycling through lesser quality bags each season, choose one that's built to last for decades. Made from water-repellent, abrasion-resistant Rugged Twill that is designed and woven exclusively for Filson using industrial-strength cotton, this tote bag is ready to stand up to thousands of miles of travel, both in the air and through the city streets. The tote has a roomy interior for larger items and four exterior pockets for smaller necessities. Each bag is finished with Filson's signature Bridle leather handles and body tabs and a two-way rustproof brass zipper and backed by one of the most trusted manufacturers in America.
Length: 15" / Width: 7" / Height: 14" / Weight: 2lbs / Capacity: 25L
Cameras, smart locks, entry and motion sensors — the SimpliSafe Home Security System keeps you covered from the inside out. Its collection of devices doesn't just alert you of an intruder, they also have 24/7 Professional Monitoring that contacts the police. They provide eyewitness accounts including the invader's whereabouts, if they're armed, and what they're up to, so the police can dispatch faster than a non-verified alarm. But their security isn't only about intruders. The system can also protect your home from other threats like fires, carbon monoxide, and water damage
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.
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For an entire year, six scientists lived in a NASA-sponsored habitat in Hawaii designed to mimic living on Mars. Called the Hi-Seas, the dome emulated many of the conditions found on the Red Planet. Communications took 20 minutes to send and receive, the crew members only left the facility in spacesuits, and power and water were all procured from available resources.
Days after the release of their soon-to-be landmark album "Nevermind", Seattle band Nirvana played a small club in New Haven, Connecticut. In a few months, "Nevermind" would be atop the charts, and Kurt, Dave, and Krist would be the face of a musical movement they didn't know existed. Watch an extended video of the same show here.
For serious collectors, finding the perfect timepiece is more than a hobby. It's a lifestyle. For those devoted enthusiasts, eBay created its first product-focused social handle @ebaywatches. The Instagram channel is dedicated entirely to luxury timepieces, bringing together experts, influencers, and everyday connoisseurs to not only showcase the watches on eBay, but the people and the stories behind them.
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Carlo Riva designed some of the most impressive boats of all time. Taken in Italy's Lake Como by Matt Hranek, this framed print captures three of Riva's speedboats skimming across the water's surface on a beautiful summer day. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood white frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 20" x 16"
Large / 24" x 20"
In Washington, they go farm-to-table like no other. Munchies goes to Vashon Island, where they sample cannabis cupcakes scratch-made by Jody Hall, owner of Bakery Cupcake Royale. Jody uses all locally-sourced ingredients, from the milk, hand-churned butter, and bud from Vashon Velvet.
Wake up and smell the horsepower. For the first car in the series Morning Coffee, Petrolicious is giving you your sunrise jolt with the Ferrari 288 GTO. The Italian supercar was first built to compete in the Group B Race series, but once the class was disassembled, all 272 cars produced were left as just road cars. It's powered by a 2.9 L F114 B 000 twin turbo V8 and can reach 0-60 in about 5 seconds.