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Fina Foldable Kayak

Fina is a compact foldable kayak that can be neatly stored away when not in use. Conceived by industrial designer Cristina Borras, the beautiful two-seat kayak is aimed for calm waters. Built in plywood, the five-meter kayak collapses down into only two-meters long by effectively splitting the boat in three parts with clever construction and origami-like folding precision. Four hatch fasteners are strategically positioned to secure the prow and stern in place for sailing, and two ports give access to a storage space, allowing the removal of any excess moisture that could build over time in the two enclosed sections.



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BMW R1200R | BY LAZARETH | Image

BMW R1200R | BY LAZARETH

Lazareth is a highly-skilled custom vehicle workshop based in France. Their latest creation is this BMW R1200R transformation, a beast of a bike halfway between a scrambler and a cafe racer. With a minimal look, the bike was stripped to itīs essentials and features a simple digital speedometer, bar-end mirrors and chunky Continental Twinduro tires....
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THINBIKE | BY SCHINDELHAUER | Image

THINBIKE | BY SCHINDELHAUER

The new ThinBike by Schindelhauer is the perfect city bike if you live in a small apartment. ThinBike features inventive and elegant solutions for inner-city traffic, like an integrated taillight and a built-in bell on the brake lever. The bike handlebars and pedals can be easily folded to help you store it even in the smallest of rooms. Available in the US at beltdr.com...
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ROAMR JEEP GLADIATOR TOMAHAWK | Image

ROAMR JEEP GLADIATOR TOMAHAWK

Troy and Tony, co-founders of RoamR, build rigs for discriminating customers. The latest creation to roll out of their workshop is this ultra-capable off-road vehicle based on a 1974 Jeep J20 pickup. Dubbed the Tomahawk, the beastly rig was designed as a self-contained exploration machine that could be driven out to the far reaches of the desert and camped in. The guys popped a 401 V8 under the hood, modernized it with new Metalcloak suspension lifting it six inches...
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