When you wanted to get serious about grilling, you stepped-up and got a grill the size of a Toyota Tundra. It did the trick. Now, it only makes sense that as a professional party host, you should get Lynx’s Cocktail Pro to roll right next to your behemoth BBQ. With a sink, water filtration, ice bin & bottle holders, you have everything you need to loosen up your guests. This is professional grade equipment – you know you’re ready.
Wasn’t this in a James Bond movie once? Maybe not, but the see-through canoe is incredible. See marine life or the fish you’re about to catch. It’s lighter than aluminum or fiberglass canoes, weighing just 40 pounds and there’s room for two people. The clear canoe is also durable since it’s made from the same materials as bulletproof glass, which could come in handy when the sharks start circling beneath you.
It’s fast and looks like something out of the next James Bond flick. If that’s not reason enough to make you want a piece of this space-age thrillride, consider this – it’s electric. Reaching speeds of up to 65 mph, the Silveira Green Samba produces zero emissions – unless you count screams of joy! As it’s powered by electricity instead of gasoline, it’s clean and quiet. Now your good time doesn’t have an environmental price tag…unlike your bank account.
This camera looks so good because the picture you’re looking at was taken with another Alpa 12 TC. That’s a joke, but why not joke? The average Joe can’t even appreciate what this camera can do. The Alpa 12 TC is pro-quality equipment, obviously. The modular design allows it to shoot film or digital with a whopping 60MP file size – plus, it’s fully integrated to work with the full range of Alpa lenses. Even though you could do absolutely nothing with it, this camera does it all.
The Chalk Ping Pong table designed by Aruliden for Puma takes table tennis from the frathouse to the penthouse. With its striking yet functional design & ceramic surface – a chalkboard – the game just got a lot more sexy. Even if you’re just playing beer pong with the bros.
Denmark-based, Davone looked to the sun god Ra in the design of their side-by-side, 8″ coaxial speakers. Reminiscent of iconic glasses, these vintage-inspired units feature a dark-hued, walnut plywood exterior with a high-end, refined sound. Look for them in July 2010.
What started out as a Puch Free Spirit has been reworked into this Boardtrack Racer. Traveling 55mph, the tail-light was salvaged from a ’39 Ford, the gas-tank a reclaimed soda fountain & the kill switch snagged from an old VW. Did I mention the tank is held on with a belt? The guys at 1977Mopeds never cease to amaze. What for most would be a pile of relics has been turned into a sweet ride. If they can’t make this one again, talk to them, I’m sure something equally fantastic is available.
The Chevy Camaro. This was one hot ride in the 80s. Nothing rivaled its style…other than the Firebird. Well, news has it the Pontiac will stay in its grave. On the other hand, slated to roll off the line first quarter 2011 is the Camaro Convertible. This ride has all the features of the coupe, with a little wind in the hair.
Recycling meets industrial chic. New York-based, Sonic Design found inspiration in Brooklyn’s scattered water towers. Crafted from cast-off tanks once used to fill helium balloons & 30 year-old Siberian larch wood – these stools ensure the party never stops.