The ICON Derelict 1960 Willys Overland Wagon ($CALL) project is a stunning recreation of the classic always popular 1960 Willys Overland Wagon. Keeping the classic outer appearance but entirely overhauling the interior this hybrid of the old and new would be a brilliant vehicle that anyone would enjoy. Features include a dash charging dock for your iPhone, brand new tires and wheels, an interior Dynamat coat of paint for extra protection and a fully powered cooler in the trunk. But don't worry classic car fans the original fixtures and fittings are still intact.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC GM1 ($749) is the latest in MILC's (mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras). It features a MFT (micro four thirds) sensor which has 16.84 megapixels. The Lumix DMC GM1 shares the same sensor and delivers the same photo quality as Panasonic's bigger and more expensive GX7. In the $749 package you get the camera and a Lumix G Vario 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 II lens. With the MFT sensor this lens is equivalent to a 24-64mm.?Additional features include a 3" touch screen and HD video recording.
If you want your own little piece of real life Jurassic Park, take a look at the Velociraptor Claw ($12,500). This artifact dates back to the Cretaceous Period which means you could get your hands on a genuine piece of dinosaur which is between 71-75 million years old. A great way to dazzle family and friends, it’s an instantly recognisable fossil which you’ll never tire of gazing at. Display it in your home and you’ll always have an instant talking point!
The Survival Pod by X Stream ($28) is a great addition to your everyday carry arsenal or any camping trip. This fisherman's fob has everything you need to keep you prepared for those little emergencies. It features a 4cm carabiner, fire stick flint, tinder, duct tape, 12ft of parachute cord, a sewing needle, lures, hook, and much more. You can get your Survival Pod in either black or orange.
Everyone has that one friend or family member who defines the jetsetter lifestyle. They’ve been to France, Canada, and Africa, all in the last year. You love this adventurer, but hate buying presents for them, because honestly, what gift can you get at the mall that can compare with the exotic treasures they come across on a weekly basis?
“Our happiest moments as tourists always seem to come when we stumble upon one thing while in pursuit of something else.” — Lawrence BlockThis is where we come in. This gift guide for the traveler features 30 amazing products that’ll bring a smile to anyone’s face. These aren’t just any gifts, which is why we’re oh so thankful for Internet shopping, which allows you to have any of these delivered to your home just in time for any occasion, or the end of the year if you’re really cutting it close.
"A good traveler is one who does not know where he is going to, and a perfect traveler does not know where he came from." - Lin YutangThe gifts below cover a wide variety of aspects of travel, but you’ll be able to find at least a few that will be perfect for your lucky gift recipient. They all tie in to travel in one way or another, so you can be sure that they’ll be thinking of you often during their upcoming travels.You’ll notice that there is a wide price range on these gifts as well. While the big ticket items are amazing gifts if you can afford them, most travelers will love the thoughtfulness of any of the less inexpensive items as well.
Ever needed to let rip on your travels but don't know the local lingo? Those days are now at an end thanks to this essential phrasebook which is like no other. How to Swear Around the World ($9) is a collection of the most explicit and colorful ways to tell people off or where to go in every corner of the globe. There are literally dozens of languages covered here and the phrases range from everyday swear words to family curses to full on X rated accusations of having sexual relations with animals! The pronunciations are also included so you can swear like a native, and there are even handy illustrations that show you how to visually back up your foreign exclamations of anger. Awesome!