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C-explorer 3 Submersible

U-Boat Worx, renown creators of technologically advanced submersibles, have launched their latest "toy”, the awesome C-Explorer 3. Featuring incomparable safety features, unparalleled viewing( thanks to a full 360-degree acrylic human pressure vessel, giving all 3 passengers the best unobstructed view possible), state of the art batteries together with leading edge control and operating systems, this 1000-meter rated submersible provides a unique and breathtaking experience. Now, all you need is your own superyacht to carry this baby…



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BICYCLE WINE RACK

We have featured before some very original bicycle accessories: the "Road Popper", the "6 pack holder"... Featured here, is the leather bicycle wine rack, it secures your wine bottle tightly to the frame of your bike when ridding to your dinner destination. Just be careful peddling home!...
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ICON THRIFTMASTER

The guys over at ICON 4x4 have been very busy lately, after presenting the ICON E-Flyer electric bicycle, they have now rolled out this spectacular Thriftmaster Pickup truck. It is based on the late 1947–1953 Chevrolet 3100 five-window pickup trucks, and is powered by an impressive 315hp 5.3L engine with a Magnuson supercharger bumping it up to 435hp! And don´t be fooled by the vintage-look, this beauty is packed with fully up-to-date technology and can be customize...
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MADSEN CARGO BIKES

These are great, Madsen Bikes, used them for to the kids off at soccer practice, pick up your groceries from the market, pile in your tools for your next project, or carry your surf gear...the opstions are endless. These handy urban transporters can carry up to 271 kg in a bucket or on a rack, the bikes and acessories come in three colors. Check out there website....
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