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Full Metal Jacket Jeep | By Starwood Motors

The Full Metal Jacket has to be the baddest jeep in existence. Built by Starwood Motors, a company responsible for some of the most talked about Jeep Wrangler conversions available today, the impressive Full Metal Jacket Jeep boasts a Pentastar 3.6-liter, 285 hp, V-6 engine, and moves from zero to 60mph in only 8.4 seconds. It is fully equipped with the best equipment, rides as soft as a luxury car on the road, and is capable of driving on any route off road. Definitely the vehicle we´d pick for surviving the zombie apocalypse. via watch the video

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OMATA ONE

Omata One is the world´s first analog GPS speedometer, and what a good looking one it is. The sleek kit simplifies the cycling computer, showing you only the stuff that really matters out there: speed, distance, ascent and time. With a beautiful, modern and analog design, the highly advanced GPS computer blends retro accents with distinct contemporary vibes, and tracks everything with the same high-level of precision as the best cycling computers. The minimalist spe...
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Mercedes G350d Professional

Mercedes-Benz have made available to their legendary G‑Class line-up, an optional Professional Off-Road package. The G350d Professional is the ideal companion for challenging off-road use and adventurous, off-the-mainstream expeditions. Packed with a powerful V6 diesel engine with 180 kW (245 hp) output, the beastly G-Class features a modified suspension for higher ground clearance, a steel front bumper with an electric winch, side running boards, dark tinted ...
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HELMETLOK

We love riding our bikes, right? But sometimes the helmet can become quite the problem…it´s heavy and not really cool if you want to be hands free to enjoy a walk on the beach or just want to stroll along some park. So Rocky Creed Designs came up with HelmetLok, a simple way to lock your helmet, safely, to your bike, using the handlebars or the frame and without any keys. The HelmetLok uses a combination lock to close, making it easy to use. Fit it into your pocket ...
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