stuff we drool about

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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VOLATA BIKE

Volata Cycles, based in San Francisco, have presented their Italian-Designed, high-tech bicycle. The Volata Bike is specifically designed for next generation commuters, focusing on the integration of cycling and tech in a unique way. Notable features include an integrated 2.4-inch LCD TFT display built into the aluminum stem, built-in GPS, built-in lights automatically turn on when it gets dark, an electronic horn, a self-charging battery (automatically charges whil...
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PORSCHE 911 TARGA | BY SINGER

Singer Vehicle Design are dedicated to restoring and optimizing the world’s most respected high performance vehicles through modern techniques and unique and fresh perspectives. Their specialty is the iconic Porsche 911, where they perform restoration and state of the art modifications to clients’ vehicles, updating performance, aesthetics and modern day usability. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop is this stunning Porsche 911 Targa, an awesome be...
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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE | BY DOWN & OUT

The Triumph Bonneville is one of our all time favorite motorbikes, we have featured several custom Bonneville´s over the years, our latest crush is this masterpiece by British custom specialists Down & Out, based on a standard T100 SE. The bike was commissioned by the founder of Bike Shed (a custom motorbike culture website), and this build is all about chassis parts, weight loss, the right design & paint, and throwing away the bits that look ugly – ending u...
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