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Quadski | By Gibbs Technologies

Gibbs Sports unveiled a prototype of the first commercially viable high-speed personal sports amphibian - Quadski. It is capable of travelling up to 50 mph (72 kph) on land and water and makes the transition at the flick of a switch. Just imagine the fun of driving a Quadski on land one minute and then head straight into the sea or river the next.



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Hellwig Titan XD Camper | Image

Hellwig Titan XD Camper

This beastly four-wheel-drive camper is designed to weather the apocalypse in style. Affectionately dubbed the "Rule Breaker,Ē this trail-ready Nissan was developed by Hellwig Suspension Products in association with Lance Camper. The off-road behemoth is the ultimate overlander camper truck, it comes equipped with a customized Lance Camper and offers a spacious and comfortable interior, along with lightweight aluminum frame construction thatís pick-up truck friendly...
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BLINK STEADY BIKE LIGHT | Image

BLINK STEADY BIKE LIGHT

Blink Steady is another successful project funded by Kickstarter. The bike light is not only cool and elegant, it is also "clever", it turns on automatically and shuts off when youíre not riding! This is possible because of the integrated accelerometer that knows when youíre moving. It also features a light sensor that detects when itís dark enough to turn on. Blink Steady is made from solid aluminum and is hard to steal, it is locked to your seatpost. A "no button"...
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SUNSEEKER PREDATOR 115 SUPERYACHT | Image

SUNSEEKER PREDATOR 115 SUPERYACHT

Sunseeker presented itīs big star at the London International Boat Show, the Predator 115, which repeats the successful formula of big brother Predator 130 and has an aggressive design, good use of space and luxury on board too. The long, pointed shape of the hull gives a silhouette that lives up to its name, referring to a predator of the seas. The Predator 115 has five cabins for up to 10 people, plus accommodations for five crew members....
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