Whenever a new technology comes out, take for example electric cars, it is usually more expensive that its counterparts. Well now Dyson has changed the game for lamps. The CSYS Dyson LED lamp lasts for 37 years ($990+) and may be the last lamp you will ever need to buy. The CSYS uses a heat pipe technology the extends the life of an LED array to an insane 160,000 hours or 37 years. It also includes high-tech motors and components that allows the light to be adjusted effortlessly on three axes; up and down, back and forth, and rotationally. Additional features include multiple color options, integrated touch sensitive dimmer switch, and light level memory. You can get the CSYS as either a task/desk lamp or as a floor lamp.
Introducing the new Wavekat P70 Personal Watercraft ($22,500), the only jetski/boat equivalent that doesn't need hours of lessons to learn how to drive. Mainly because you drive it just like you would your car! As easy as 1, 2, 3 the Wavekat features a modern steering wheel and pedal set up that you will take to.. well like a duck to water. Capable of 90-degree turns without loss of speed and a respectable top speed of 35 knots or just over 40mph it offers the maximum in fun without the boring learning curve.
This is the autobiography that every true American has been longing for: a shockingly raw and candid confessional from one of our national treasures. From his humblest of beginnings in a desolate mining town in Iowa, through his years at Our Lady Queen of Chewbacca High School to the odds-defying ascent to the dizzying heights of being the most beloved and trusted television News Anchor in America. This is Ron Burgundy's story, and he pulls no punches in Let Me Off at the Top! by Ron Burgundy ($15) Burgundy tells this story in his own words and reveals his most private thoughts and both his triumphs and disappointments. He took his time to write this book for us, and we true Americans owe him the courtesy of reading it.
Hennessy Performance has been known for a while now of turning fast cars in to speed demons. They've worked on everything from a 2014 Corvette Stingray, to the SRT Viper. Their newest project is a bit of a departure as they go for brute strength. Their Hennessey Velociraptor SUV ($156K - $175K) started off as a F-150 SVT Raptor SuperCrew pickup. Once Hennessy got their hands on it they replaced the pickup bed with a covered rear section, which was padded, carpeted and made to appear absolutely stock. You then have your choice of seating and cargo options. You can get the Velociraptor with a stock engine or add a supercharger, intercooler, and upgraded fuel injectors for a whopping 600 horses and a 0-60 time of 5.9 seconds. The result is a beast of a SUV.
Kill two birds with one stone, with the beautifully made Brew Shucker ($30). The Brew Shucker was specially made to pry easily apart oyster shells and remove the meat. And of course when you're eating oysters, you must have a good brew. The built-in bottle opener takes care of opening beers or any other beverage. You can also use it to split lobster, crab, and shrimp shells. The blade is made from a high-carbon stainless-steel for strength and resistance to corrosion. You'll want to take this guy along with you when you're head out to your favorite oyster shack.
The Gramohorn II 3D Printed Acoustic Speaker ($1340-$6700) is made just for all you HTC One owners out there. The Gramohorn II is based on the simple mechanics of horn speakers, they act as resonance chambers which improve not only higher notes but produce deeper fuller bass. Your phones audio levels will increase by up to 50%. The Gramohorn is 3D printed and comes in either a plaster based composite or a limited edition stainless steel. Each piece is made to order so allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.