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Bladefish 5000 Sea Scooter

Do you like diving, snorkeling, or simply spending a lot of time in the water? This is a gadget for you. Bladefish 5000 is an underwater personal propulsion jet, it can be recharged in a fraction of time and can be easily stored in your luggage. It features Lithium ion 18v batteries, a 240 watt 18 v motor, three speeds, 130 ft depth, and 70-120 minute runtime.




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BOOSTED BOARD 2

The world´s most popular electric skateboard just got better! The 2nd generation Boosted Board is based on the same great product, but with some key upgrades and advancements. New features include a swappable battery with an extended range option (doubling the range), added water resistance, 80mm wheels, upgraded Bluetooth connectivity between the board and remote and an upgraded deck and drivetrain to improve power and handling. Preorders start today, and the first...
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KAYAK 1 | BY MCLELLAN JACOBS

Kayak 1 is a stunning boat craft, it features a minimalist design fused with rich materials. It is the result of a collaboration between New Zealand designers Jamie McLellan and Andy Jacobs. Kayak 1 is a lightweight, single person recreational vessel, built using carbon fibre by America´s Cup boat builders in New Zealand, with timber detailing made by the country´s most highly regarded furniture maker. Kayak 1 can be ordered in different finishes and materials...
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CARHARTT FIXED GEAR BIKE | BY CHARGE

UK based company Charge and Carhartt have joined forces to create the perfect of a single-speed and a fixed gear bike. Charge is a UK based bicycle company specialising in simple yet functional bicycles and frames with a distinct and contemporary styling. The flip-flop hub on the back wheel can be turned around. With a single speed on one side of the hub and a fixed gear on the other side, you just have to turn around the back wheel, remove the brakes, and the resu...
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