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Arc Electric Boat

A team of former SpaceX rocket engineers have joined the race to build the first commercial electric speedboat. Arc One is a stunning 24-foot vessel with a 200kWh battery pack, a 475 horsepower electric engine, an aluminum hull, and is said to reach a top speed of 40 mph (35 knots). This means the boat can fly across the ocean without noise and emissions for hours on end, leaving nothing behind but wake. The company claims it can last about four hours under power before needing to be recharged, which is plenty for a day out on the water. watch the video below



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LUCETTA MAGNETIC BIKE LIGHTS

The Lucetta is a set of two small magnetic lights that attach to any metal part on your bike, and are guaranteed to stay securely in place even on the bumpiest street. The two small lights (1 red and 1 white) can easily be removed to avoid theft, and connected to each other turning into one compact object for easy storage. watch the video Available for purchase in Europe here ...
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Crane DeTomaso Pantera

Taking inspiration from Carlo Pecino AKA Colorsponge and his spectacular Ferrari 308 Brawler, Daniel Crane from Crane Designs has given the iconic 1971-1975 DeTomaso Pantera a modern twist. The Italian machine was one of the greatest supercars ever to be built, and making an improvement to something which is already perfect is an almost impossible task, but we think Daniel nailed it in this build. He maintained the hard-edged wedge shape, but modified and updated so...
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VELONIA VIKS

Estonian bicycle brand Velonia introduces the Viks, an urban commuter bike with a striking design and uniquely shaped frame. Thanks to its unique construction with two identical steel tubes that are joined together in the front of the bike, there is no need for a seat tube, and, not only does it look awesome, it weighs only 10 pounds! Until recently, the Viks was still in prototype phase, but the first cycle can now be ordered through their website. The stainless st...
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