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The Water Hoverboard: No Summer Is Complete Without It

Sixteen is the magic number. With the Water Hoverboard, you can zip across the water at 16 miles per hour and scale 16 feet off the surface of the deep, all thanks to a jet attached to the rear. True, it’s kind of cheating when compared to what we envisioned in Back to the Future Part II, but as long as we’re flying high, who cares? The pricing on this starts at around $2,675 — that’s for the hoverboard standalone. For $5,850, you get the complete kit, and for the combined price of $8,325, you can go all out, nabbing Read More

Need A Vacay? Why Not Ukraine!

If you can put together several thousand dollars and the brass cajones to wade into a revolution, then have we got a deal for you! PoliticalTours.com is offering a special tour of the Ukraine from April 5th through the 13th. “It will be an amazing opportunity to see how the protest movement turned into a revolution and to see the dynamics inside the country amid the fallout from Russia’s occupation of the Crimea,” the website notes, adding that a “leading Russian journalist and commentator” will serve as tour leader and Political Tours Director, Nicholas Wood, will be on hand “to Read More

$5322 Buy

Bye-Bye, Snow Shovel, Hello Robot Snow Plow

Well, we’re a day late and a dollar short, it looks like, but that’s not going to stop us from telling you about the Robot Snow Plow, which you should be able to pick up in time for next year’s spate of storms. This bad boy would be ideal for you poor folks on the eastern half of the US who are having to deal with yet another obnoxious winter storm, but alas, they’ve just sold out of the last batch. It’s not unlike a Roomba or an automatic mower. Packing six wheels with 13-inch tiller tires, 80-watt headlights for Read More

$8500 Buy

Snowing Outside? Drive Like A Maniac With Timbersled Snow Bike Kits

This winter season has been a particularly cruel mistress, especially when it comes to safe highway travel. And the last thing you want to be driving in this stuff is a motorcycle, unless… Introducing Timbersled Snow Bike Kits. The company provides short-track (ST), long-track (LT), and snow-cross (SX) models for the discriminating winter biker. If you prefer something with a shorter track, you’ll want to opt for the ST and its 10-foot (120-inch) job. The LT is a little longer at 137 inches. Both are 12.5 inches wide with two-inch-tall paddles. The SX model features a 121-inch track that’s narrower Read More

Finally, A Treadmill For Guys Afraid Of Heights

If you’ve never been too crazy about heights but always thought it would be fun to do a climbing wall, then here’s the piece of exercise equipment for you.  The treadmill has a continuously revolving face that enables endless vertical climbing capabilities. The wall face boasts hand- and foot-holds, just like the giant ones do, allowing you to scale Everest itself from the comfort of your own home. The treadmill has a continuously revolving face that enables endless vertical climbing capabilities. The wall face boasts hand- and foot-holds, just like the giant ones do, allowing you to scale Everest itself Read More

$9000 Buy

RYNO Microcycle

Fans of the unicycle who have long lamented the fact that there are no speedier options for the one-wheeled community will be happy to learn of the RYNO Microcycle. This gorgeous looking baby is easy to learn, accelerating, decelerating, and steering, by learning and using your natural movements. It is all-electric and can go around 10 miles on a single charge, with a top speed of 10 miles per hour. The makers call this the “pace of a very fast run,” though we’re not sure what the heck they’re talking about there. (Or is that age showing?) If you want Read More

3D Systems Introduces Edibles Through ChefJet Printer

You might think that food from a printer would taste a bit inky and that the paper would require a lot of water to digest. 3D Systems’ ChefJet Printer, however, uses 3D printing technology to make edible treats from sugar, water, and alcohol (for hardening). Professional bakers, cake masters, and high-end restaurateurs and caterers can then use these as decorations and small desserts. 3D Systems unveiled two models of the ChefJet at CES in Las Vegas last week. The regular ChefJet measures 8 x 8 x 6 in., produces monochrome confections, and has an expected retail price under $5,000. The Read More

$10000 Buy

Lynx SmartGrill Allows Even Bad Grillers To Fake It

Can’t keep up with the demands of grilling? Well hey, it ain’t easy managing all kinds of meat and veggies at the same time. Fortunately, the Lynx SmartGrill is on the way, and it will have your back. This grill for big backyard parties or families with big appetites automatically sets and adjusts itself to cook your food just the way you like it. Here’s how it works: you connect the grill to your WiFi and it asks you a few questions about what you want to cook. Based on your answers, the SmartGrill tells you which cooking technique to Read More

$7000 Buy