"From the first episode through number 13, there is something for everyone; just be prepared to say, ‘I want one of those.’”
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 25, 2011
On this week’s episode (Tuesday, October 25th), ‘Tech Toys 360’ focuses on a million dollar car plunging into water, a $250,000 desk made from parts of a race car and an innovation that pushes the boundaries of aviation with an airplane that has folding wings.
Tech Toys 360, a new half hour television series featuring cutting-edge gadgets, gear, and the ultimate in high tech toys, hit the airwaves on Oct. 5th, helping to kick off Discovery’s new guy-centric channel, Velocity. The new Velocity Channel airs 'Tech Toys 360' every Tuesday at 8:30pm.
‘Tech Toys 360’ is produced by Los Angeles-based production company, Revera Entertainment Inc. Revera traveled around the US and the world shooting new high tech product segments in countries such as New Zealand, Denmark, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and many others.
‘Tech Toys 360’ is the most comprehensive and far-ranging series on television to feature space aged, high tech toys. It appeals to savvy technology gurus and those seeking the latest and greatest in automobiles, motorcycles, yachts and electronic gadgets. ‘Tech Toys 360’ provides viewers with unique insight into the world’s most unique products and to those innovators that have brought them to life.
‘Tech Toys 360’ will reach a broad audience as it is scheduled to air in over 125 countries worldwide. It currently airs in the US on Discovery Velocity and in Latin America on A & E/History.
Revera Entertainment is focused on expanding the ‘Tech Toys 360’ global brand. “I’m thrilled that the world will have the opportunity to experience the best in technology through this unique series,” says Jeffrey Levine, President of Revera Entertainment. “From three million dollar submarines, to million dollar supercars to high adrenaline water toys that push the envelope of what’s possible, Tech Toys 360 has something for anyone who loves technology, innovation, and the ultimate in toys.”
‘Tech Toys 360’ launched its website http://www.TechToys360.com in conjunction with its debut on Discovery/Velocity. Viewers can watch clips of the high tech products online, but they will have to tune in to Discovery/Velocity to see each segment in its entirety.
Though many of the products featured on ‘Tech Toys 360’ have high price tags, such as a $2 million Bugatti supercar, Levine stresses that cost has never been the sole criteria for being included on the show. Says Levine, “We are looking for cutting-edge innovations, whether it be in technology, manufacturing or design. Simply put, it has to be the ultimate in cool to be on our show.” Levine continues, “I’m very grateful for both the incredible production team at Revera that worked tirelessly to ensure every episode is the best it can be and to the participating companies who have been an instrumental part of the Tech Toys 360 series and its brand. From the first episode through number 13, there is something for everyone; just be prepared to say, ‘I want one of those.’”
Check out 'Tech Toys 360' every Tuesday at 8:30pm on Discovery's Velocity.
For more information about Tech Toys 360, please visit:
Facebook Page: http://www.Facebook.com/TechToys360
YouTube Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/TechToys360
Revera Entertainment, Inc.