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Tokyo Marui Biohazard Samurai Edge Barry Burton Model-Tokyo Marui
Biohazard Samurai Edge 15th Anniversary 1996-2011 Limited Edition, very limited quantity. Resident Evil / Biohazard (バイオハザード Baiohazādo) is a computer game by Capcom created by Shinji Mikami and released in March 1996. Chris Redfield (クリス・レッドフィールド Kurisu Reddofīrudo) is one of the two main protagonists in the first Resident Evil game, the other being Jill Valentine. Chris has been an occurring character in the series since its beginning and will continue to appear in future versions. New to Airsoft? Airsoft Gas blowback guns like this one needs HFC134a gas and 6mm BBs so don't forget to get them before you checkout! For easy and quick reference, take a quick look at the RELATED PRODUCTS section below for everything you need to get started. And as always, treat Airsoft like real guns, be safe, and always wear eye protection when operating any Airsoft gun. This gun will take Top/Green Gas but recommended to stay with HFC134a for durability. As an elite S.T.A.R.S.(Special Tactics And Rescue Service) member of the Raccon City Police Department he is issued with their standard sidearm. Under the hood it is a standard type Marui M9 so it cycles on HFC134a / Duster gas for a standard 275 fps Japan power and feeds from the usual 26 round M9 gas magazine. Of course a pistol like this is not about the performance, it is a collectors piece. Engraved "Custom Kendo shop" on slide. It has only been 15 years since the release of this iconic game that forms a cornerstone in the history of modern gaming and yet S.T.A.R.S. special edition weapons are already running dry. If you do not already have one of these then consider getting one soon because one day surely these things will completely disappear for good (turning these babies into much sought after rare collectors pieces). Truly collectable.
The Submarine Camcorder - Hammacher Schlemmer
This is the remote operated submarine that sends live video to an iPad from 100' underwater. Ideal for viewing marine life or inspecting a boat below the waterline, the sub is tethered to its receiver on deck with a 100' video cable. Communicating with the receiver using Wi-Fi, an app installed onto an iPad or laptop remotely controls the sub's electric thrust and lift propellers for forward/backward (5 kts forward; 1 kt reverse), left/right, and up/down movement. A virtual dashboard (an iPad's motion sensors can also steer the sub) includes a joystick, camera controls, and displays depth, heading, battery level, and temperature data received from the sub's built-in sensors. Its marine-grade, hydrodynamic ABS housing provides a watertight seal to protect the included HD video camera, which captures 1280 x 720 resolution footage (1280 x 800 for still images). Auto and manual focus control combined with the camera's built-in timer allows you to take pictures at intervals while you steer the sub into optimal position. An array of eight adjustable-intensity LEDs illuminate underwater features. Videos are stored onto the sub's built-in 32GB memory while still images are stored directly onto an iPad or laptop (included software transfers videos to an iPad or laptop once the sub is topside). Includes five plastic bobbers to facilitate the tether's buoyancy. Operates for up to two hours from a 16-hour charge of its battery. Special conditions and guarantee limitations apply. 19" L x 14 1/2" W x 7" H. (19 lbs.)
by Hammacher Schlemmer
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LEGO® Limited Edition Moleskine Notebooks
"Did you know that the first interlocking LEGO bricks were produced in 1949? Sure they were a little different than the bricks we know and love today (those ABS bricks have been around since 1963), but still, that's a very long time. And hey, LEGO is so awesome that those bricks made in 1963 still connect with bricks made today. LEGO bricks are a prototyper and maker's dream, as they can easily build almost anything the mind can imagine. So, get ready to doubly unlock your creativity with these LEGO Limited Edition Moleskine Notebooks. Doubly unlock? Yup, see here's what we use our LEGO Limited Edition Moleskine Notebooks for. First, you use the inside to design and plan out your LEGO project du jour. And then, because each of the LEGO Limited Edition Moleskine Notebooks has an integrated brick on the cover, you can actually build your creation right on the notebook. Or, you can use that brick for little LEGO ""doodles"" while you are thinking of what to write next. Get some LEGO Limited Edition Moleskine Notebooks today (heck, get 'em all), and let the magic of LEGO inspire your life. LEGO Limited Edition Moleskine Notebooks Beautiful LEGO-ized versions of the world's best notebooks - with LEGO stickers to further make it your own. In two different sizes (small and large) and two different styles (ruled and blank). Each comes with an integrated LEGO brick on the cover, so you can build right on the notebook! Each notebook features a sewn binding, acid-free paper, rounded edges, elastic closure, cloth ribbon placeholder, and a rear expandable inner pocket. Pages: Small Notebooks have 192 pages; Large Notebooks have 240 pages. Notebook Dimensions and Info: Small Ruled - Yellow LEGO screenprint and 2X4 brick - 3.5"" x 5.5"" Large Ruled - Black LEGO screenprint and 4X6 brick - 5"" x 8.25"" Small Blank - Green LEGO screenprint and 2X4 brick - 3.5"" x 5.5"" Large Blank - Red LEGO screenprint and 4X6 brick - 5"" x 8.25"""
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Retro iPhone Case
"We remember the very first time we saw a cell phone. It was summer sleepover camp and we were in the backwoods of Maine, far from civilization. (Or it least it seemed that way!) On the first day of camp, the adults were going over all the important details, including that if we had an emergency and needed to call for an ambulance Mr. Jones had a mobile phone. And sure enough, he lifted this... brick of a device. Our eyes were like dinner plates. This was a phone. A MOBILE PHONE. Whoa. If you'd like to relive the days of having the ultimate status symbol, slip your iPhone into this chunky, brick-like case. It's not going to fit in your pocket or your purse, but if your backpack or briefcase is big enough, you might have some luck. Don't worry, though, the Retro iPhone case still allows you to access all of your 21st-century features. We're definitely picking up one of these to use at 80s costume parties. Product Specifications Turn your iPhone into one of the first mobile phones Combines the iconic look of an 80s ""brick"" handset with the specs of your iPhone Big and sturdy: protects against bumps and scratches Stands up on its own, vertical or horizontal Great novelty gift, gag gift, or costume accessory Compatible with iPhone 3GS, 4, and 4S"
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USB 7 Port Hub with Power Switches
Having a lot of hubs is great - you can plug in all of your fun gadgets, even your USB Pet Rock, and they'll be juiced up and ready to go when you need them. But what about those USB devices that you don't want to have on 24/7? What if the lights from your USB Christmas Tree are giving you a migraine? What if your USB Alien has stuck out his inner mouth one too many times today? You could unplug them, we suppose. But if you're anything like us, you have your hub tucked back somewhere out of the way. And by out of the way, we mean, inconvenient to get to regularly for plugging and unplugging. This hub is the perfect solution. It has seven ports and seven power switches, enabling you to turn your USB gadgets on and off without unplugging them. Just a flick of a switch and you can turn off your Big Chap before he drives you crazy, or cut off the juice once your iPod is fully charged. It even has over current detection and protection to keep your devices safe while they're plugged in. Product Specifications 7 Port USB 2.0 Hub with power switches Seven downstream ports can handle high speed (480Mbps) Full speed (12Mbps) and low speed (1.5Mbps) Bus power and self-power mode used Plug-and-play function Over current detection and protection Optional power supply (included, 100-240V) Each USB port has a power switch - only juice the gadgets you need! Windows and Mac friendly