This luxury motorhome is also a boat. On the freeway it will drive just as slow as the others RVs, though it is reported to hit 80. And out on the open ocean it will do 7 knots. That’s about as fast as granddad paddling his canoe in a headwind but when you can fish for dinner out the kitchen window and cook it onboard, what’s the rush?
Through a partnership with Honda, Britain’s foremost custom track car maker Ariel builds bikes like the Ace one-at-a-time to individual customer specs. Powered by a Honda 1237cc V4 and based around their trellis frame, your Ace can be built up in any way you like, as long as what you want is the highest quality components.
Pretty much Transformers right here. As you see, the Quadski is a quad that turns into a watercraft. This is the new XL model. Bigger and better. Powered by a 1300CC BMW engine, it will hit speeds of 45mph on both land & sea, making island-hopping more fun for you and a friend.
It’s a big one. The Avenger Blackbird’s large diameter, 48mm black titanium case is waterproof to 300 meters and features a cambered glare-proof sapphire crystal, dial aperture calendar & a ratcheted rotating bezel.
Proven to perform in the world’s harshest environments, this 10-man 4-season expedition tent is rated the world’s most wind-resistant tent, capable of withstanding winds of up to 110mph. Its inflatable frame is the secret and despite its size, it can be easily inflated by a single person in no time.
Champion Jet-Skier Franky Zapata has developed a new kind of water toy. He calls it the Hoverboard and it’s a slalom waterski with a hydro-jet mounted on the back. A long hose draws water through the jet, shooting the rider up to 30-feet in the air for all sorts of aerial trickery.
If you want the Zeus, this 370-inch mega TV that features 65 billion colors & 4K resolution, you better take some measurements; the 26 X 16-foot display is about the size of a regulation soccer goal. If you’ve got the space, installation should be easy, the British brand will deliver it to you in their custom-built Hummer.
Almost aggressively boxy with a giant W on the side and a big ol’ brow protruding over the windshield; this is what a Winnebago is supposed to look like. And the brand nailed it with the design of their new Brave motorhome. There’s nostalgia and there’s also new technology, like the Ford Triton V10 SEFI motor, Rand McNally RV GPS, and a bluetooth sound system.
Garage guys will agree that the portability and pop-up convenience of this 4-level rolling tool box will make it a snap to tote your tools out into the driveway or over to the neighbor’s place to lend a hand.
People somewhere must actually use these 3D printer things; otherwise Formlabs would never have bothered developing their new Form 1+ printer. This model is a complete overhaul of their groundbreaking 2012 desktop printer featuring a laser that’s 4X stronger and enables hi-resolution printing at twice the speed.