The most noteworthy new feature on the re-designed Ferrari California T convertible, is the new turbo-charged V8 sitting under the Pininfarina-designed hood. That powerplant puts out 560-horses and serious torque, and somehow people think of the California as the “entry-level” Ferrari. Yeah, okay.
Oliver’s Travels specializes in luxury escapes & they’re billing their new romantic underwater getaway aboard the Lovers Deep as the Mile Low Club—a play on the Mile High Club. Calling it the Sexual Submarine aka SexSub would be better for PR but anyway. Customers can dispatch the luxury sub to anywhere in the world, arrange helicopter drop-off and go deeper than ever before.
Painting is dead. TV on the other hand is reportedly in the midst of its Golden Age, so it is with absolutely zero irony that Restoration Hardware has created a TV stand modeled after the classic artist’s easel. It is made of steel and wood and allows for precise height adjustment and will roll as far as your power cord is long.
The stainless steel makes it looks like one of those old timey camp lanterns from Grandpa’s cabin but instead of using lamp fuel & other outdated technologies to create that vintage ambience, the Forest Lantern uses a rechargeable 3-hour Li-Ion battery & an LED light.
Wireless smart headphones. They not only connect via bluetooth to the 1-pound phone in your pocket but these little buds also hold up to 100 songs—in case you like to workout without also carrying your stupid smartphone along. That in itself is enough reason to buy them but they also function as a headset, microphone, fitness tracker, HR monitor, and sports watch.
This ice chest made from a reclaimed tequila barrel will send the big pirate theme party totally over the top. It will also keep drinks cool like a regular cooler does.
Last year it was just a concept car but now it’s the 2015 S-Class coupe, equipped with a twin-turbo 450-horse V8 and a new technology called: active curve tilting function. When a pair of cameras on the car’s front end detect an upcoming turn, it automatically leans the car into the turn like a motorcycle. The car makes its official debut next month at the Frankfurt Auto Show.
He may be a 6’6″ relic in a purple zoot suit these days but in his heyday, Michael Jordan was the king of the court; a soaring superman who went hard in the paint and always had a sick shoe by Nike. There’s other stuff you should know about this basketball superstar. Find it in the pages of this definitive new biography.
Instead of buying two different gas-powered vehicles to pollute the forest air, the Mountain Horse Snow Bike kit lets you convert your dirt bike into a snowmobile, effectively giving you two vehicles in one, each perfectly suited to their respective season. It’s also much lighter than a regular snowmobile and easier to wheelie, too. via