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U-Boat Worx Party Submarine

U-Boat Worx has announced a massive 115-foot underwater entertainment venue capable of seating up to 120 guests plus a full crew and catering staff. The UWEP (Under Water Entertainment Platform), is a submarine designed to offer memorable deep-sea experiences, and can be configured as an underwater restaurant, a casino, or as a multi-purpose venue for parties, conferences, shows, product presentations, and even weddings. Inside the 120 passengers will have access to incredible views thanks to the fourteen windows that surround the submarine, and the exterior is festooned with high-intensity lighting to give everyone a clear view of whats happening outside.



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NEST ROOFTOP TENT | Image

NEST ROOFTOP TENT

Designer Sebastian Maluska has created a simple rooftop tent for dynamic nomadic people that can be fitted to the roof of any car. The lightweight pop-up tent is inspired by sailing materials, and unlike other car tents that are heavy, very expensive and bulky (which consumes a lot of fuel), the Nest uses as little materials as possible, which creates a more affordable and simpler way to sleep on your car. It is made from two light-weight aluminium frames covered wi...
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Davinci DC100 Electric Motorcycle | Image

Davinci DC100 Electric Motorcycle

The Davinci DC100 Motorcycle has an electric motor that produces...wait for it...627 pound-feet (850Nm) of torque! The high-performance electric streetbike also comes with an impressive 250-mile (400 km) range, and  Davinci claims takes a 15-minute charge time to reach 85-percent battery capacity and a mere 30 minutes for 100-percent with a stage 3 charger. The DC100 is described as a "robot on two wheels" by Davinci due to a plethora of electri...
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MOTO GUZZI URBAN SCRAMBLER | Image

MOTO GUZZI URBAN SCRAMBLER

Miami-based Moto Studio created this stunning urban scrambler on Moto Guzzi’s V9 platform. Named V9 Braapster, the build is minimal but mean, with all kinds of performance upgrades tucked into that spartan look. The minimalist masterpiece features a mono shock setup, a hand-built 2-into-1 exhaust system under the seat, a LED combo light at the rear, a grilled out headlight up front, a gorgeous Motogadget analogue tacho, Renthal bars, an inverted fork, Brembo brake...
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