By now, all the best tropical destinations of the world have been outfitted with luxury hotels, but the problem with these places: other people on vacation. Finding a place to truly get away from it all isn’t easy. Of course, if you have that F$%k You Money, there’s a solution to every problem. Have your people contact Yacht Island Design and get them to build you a themed super luxury yacht. Source
A lot of Harley purists hated on the V-Rod when it was released 10 years ago. They hate new stuff. The buying public however, jumped right on it. With a big 60º V-Twin motor and a drag-inspired design that offers comfy cruising, The V-Rod quickly became one of the pack. Now, H-D is releasing a limited-edition Ten Year Anniversary model that’s all chrome, polished steel and aluminum.
When you step up to a Benz emblazoned with the AMG logo, you aren’t just shelling out more dough for wider wheels and a front-end splitter. The new C63 Coupe, like all AMG models is built using all of MB’s incredible racing technology. Standard equipment: adjustable coil overs, racing brakes, and a 510-horse AMG motor that is carefully hand-built under their “one man, one engine” philosophy in the company’s plant in Affalterbach, Germany.
The marketing guys at Porsche Design decided to call their latest piece of German-designed technology a shisha. Bong is such a dirty word. But a shisha is basically a bong with a tube like a hookah. You probably knew that. This racy little rig is made of aluminum, stainless and glass. If you prefer the slow lane, this is the Porsche you want to drive. Source
It’s happening. Electric motorcycles are actually starting to look cool. The craftsmen at the Netherlands’ Orphiro Motorcycles have just released a bike that look s like a vintage hardtail bobber, complete with belt drive and a one-up saddle. But look a bit closer and you’ll see it’s a plug-electric. Sure, it looks like a blast from the past but electric vehicles are the future. Get on board.
When it comes to laptops, the letters PC, should really stand for “Pretty Chunky.” Most are thicker than a Double Whopper and weigh somewhere in the vicinity of 13 pounds. Before you and your precious spreadsheets develop digital diabetes, you should consider going on a diet. Sony’s new lean and light Vaio-Z is a much healthier option.
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.