What do you suppose the most requested photo from the U.S. National Archives might be? Troops raising the American flag on Iwo Jima? That sailor kissing a random woman at the end of WWII? Nope. It's Richard Nixon shaking Elvis Presley's hand.
Over the course of six weeks during the height of the Cold War, almost three million Soviets visited an exhibition that celebrated America. American kitchens, American art, American cars, and most especially American capitalism. The American National Exhibition in Moscow was a full-court press to convince the Soviet…
The Blaster is Nixon's fist Bluetooth speaker. It's supposed to last 18 hours on just a single charge.
Just because you don't want to spend thousands of dollars on audio equipment (and as many hours configuring it) doesn't mean you can't enjoy quality audio. In the case of headphones, a single c-note can reap rewards.
We'll probably never know the full truth of the Watergate crimes, because Nixon's men erased part of the audio evidence. What we do have are their notes—a trail that's run cold, even with advanced hyperspectral digging.
Looking not entirely dissimilar from the Danish Aiaiai TMA-1 headphones I liked so much last year, these Nixon RPM headphones have 40mm drivers tuned for DJ use, along with articulated joints for twisting every-which-way.
William C. Patrick III died last week. He was responsible for enough bio-weaponry to kill every single person on the planet. And several other planets. And then, he spent the rest of his life fighting against his own deadly creations.
Most paintjobs give a little wear and tear over the years, but inevitably end up looking like an upgrade is on the cards. Nixon's painted their new Gunship Collection with paint designed to rub off, looking even better over time.
Nixon's Master Blaster Headphones are their top-of-the-line, studio quality headphones. In addition to beautiful, lightweight design, these leather-wrapped cans have 50mm dynamic drivers and an analog volume dial built around the speaker cabinet.
Lysandre Follet's watch concepts assume the identity of a pair of Nixon timepieces, throwing pong or tetris into the inner workings while avoiding excessive nerddom. The watches balance throwback games with simple, clean designs that don't look to irony for their appeal (like the designer retro-reissue of the Casio…
The Nixon Lodown has 15 years worth of preprogrammed tidal info for 200 beaches all the world over. Right at your wrist you can monitor the height of the waves, and don't be afraid to jump right in when the surf looks good—the Lodown has a water resistance rating of 100m. The Lodown's simple presentation of data with…
If those LED watches are still giving you trouble, perhaps you'd be better off with a watch like this. The Nixon Dictator lets you store up to 8 different voice recordings (3.5 minutes total) inside its tiny retro casing. We wish it'd give you a bit more recording time, but for $120 bucks, it's not bad at all. It's…