Before you bend over for the lawyers and give her half of everything, you should really spend some of that capital. Maybe in the past, a 20-foot long animatronic Triceratops would’ve seemed like a waste of $350K. Not now. This thing’s got built-in digital motion sensors that cause it to move when you walk past. It also packs a thousand-watt speaker to belt out its terrifying, prehistoric skrawk. Seems like a bargain to us.
It’s high summer, “chill and grill” season is now. Time to eat out. And by that we mean outside. The Garden Dining table is designed to fit all of Snow Peak’s outdoor cooking appliances so you can cook dinner right there at the table, Teppanyaki style. Made of stainless steel and Itauba wood, this table is sure to be at the center of the meal and it’s built to last long past Labor Day.
You’re getting pretty long in the tooth if you remember playing Space Invaders. If you’re completely clueless, it was a groundbreaking video game created back in 1978. For those in the know, you’ve now reached middle-age, that magical stage of life when you can afford a Romain Jerome timepiece, yet still have a sense of humor. You have arrived.
Beer is pretty much a go anywhere, everywhere, every day. This we know. But now, the beer aficionados at Thirsty Swagman have developed a beer tour making even space travel fun. They fly you 62 miles up and then crack beers on the spaceship. That’s right, sign up for their incredible $95K tour and you can drink a brew in Zero Gravity.
Who doesn’t love watching a little TV in the great outdoors? But hey, don’t let a dust storm or the driving rain stand between you and your favorite show. These new weatherproof flat panel TVs from Ciil will survive both, right out there in the elements. Freezing temps, snow, sleet, hail, none of these will penetrate the seal.
Unless you’re some sort of silver spoon son-of-a-shiek, you’re not going to buy a real 1940s Indy 500 car. You can, however, get a handmade 1/8th scale replica. Artist John Snowberger, whose dad was a famous Indy driver, creates these period-correct, super-detailed replicas, all of which are approved & endorsed by the OG racers who drove them.
The new Chevy Colorado Rally concept truck looks like it could drive right up and over Hyundais and Kias and crush them like ants. The question is, will the forthcoming production model of the new truck actually look this badass? We hope so. The aggro design, dual front and rear winches, auto-adjust suspension, and beefy 2.8-liter diesel motor will make it a formidable foe against the newest Tacoma, Ranger, and Nissan Frontier.
Over the years, Specialized has teamed up with dozens of brands for a variety of bike builds, but this most recent collaboration with McLaren—an institution in F-1 racing and high-end auto performance—tops all the rest. For the absolute best and baddest in lightweight, stiff, and aerodynamic materials, Specialized tapped the dudes at McLaren and the result is a bike that is so crazy light and trick you’ll barely believe it’s UCI-legal.
Here’s how you can drive a Porsche without being one of those guys who drives a Porsche. The Audi R8 Spyder GT is a German beast. The Spyder title means it’s a drop-top. The GT badge means this sexy little coupe is packing an ungodly V-10 with 560 horsepower. The power to weight ratio is like putting a jet engine in a paper airplane. Will this thing fly? Yes it will and only 333 exclusive models will be imported onto U.S. roadways.
If you like the cut of his shirts, you might also appreciate the cut of his limited edition teakwood ping-pong table. A sharp, minimal design, Perse also offers an optional teak tabletop to convert this big, regulation 9-by-5-foot table into a dining or conference table after the match.