If you took a Tesla and shrunk it down to the size of a skateboard, you'd end up with the One-Wheeled Hoverboard PEV ($3775). On a full charge, you can go about 12 miles at a top speed of 16mph. When you run out of just, it takes about 24 minutes or 1.5 min/mile. The whole unit weighs about 25lbs, so you'll want to make sure it's juiced up before you go out. Driving the Hoverboard is real simple. You tilt forward to accelerate, and back to brake.At the center of the Hoverboard is its motor. The cool thing about is that it's removable which means you can interchange it without any tuning or calibration requirements. This means the Hoverboard is future proof, and when advances are made in the drive unit, you'll be able to easily take advantage.Additional features include customizable LED lighting, Bluetooth compatibility and speakers that provide music and alerts, as well as LCD readouts.Check out their Kickstarter Campaign for additional information.
This bad boy will help you make up to 2-4 gallons of prime whiskey moonshine. The 10 Gallon Whiskey Still ($670) features a handcrafted copper pot and looks more like a work of art that an actual working still. Although everything is fully functional, the manufacturers suggest that only seasoned 'shiners should get one of these guys. The pot is soldered using brass and tin-silver solder welds. The full kit includes the still bottom, onion top, condensing unit and thermometer mounted in the onion top. And if you're not completely satisfied with your purchase don't worry because it comes with a 90-day satisfaction guarantee.
Gus Petrikas's tag line for his visually stunning watch concept is "Inspired by enthusiasts. Designed for enthusiasts." The Drive Watch By Gus Petrikas ($CONCEPT) represents that tagline perfectly. Designed to appeal to hardcore petrol heads, the watch features a precision-machined aluminum unibody and a thick leather band for that perfectly retro look. But the show stealer is the analog watch face that resembles a dial on a vintage dashboard. Stunningly simple and perfectly executed. Here's hoping a manufacturer takes up the torch and builds this beautiful timepiece.
The Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition Camera ($1500) puts classic styling on a modern camera. The new X-T1 features a multi-layer coating to recreate the classic styling of old school cameras giving todays photographers a thrill. This camera isn't just great looking, but it also takes great photos. The guts include an APS-C 16.3MP X-TRANS CMOS II sensor w/ EXR Processor II, water, dust, and temperature resistance, an electronic OLED viewfinder with 2.36 million DOTS, and a high-speed 1/32000sec electronic shutter. All of this adds up to images that have a 3D quality and are practically noice free, even at higher ISO's.
The Spania GTA Spano ($TBA) is fast. The newest version of Spania's supercar comes with an incredible 900 horses. The engine is a twin-turbocarged 8.4 liter V10 with 737 foot-pounds of torque. The SPANO can reach speeds of 60 mph in under 3 seconds and max's out at 217 mph. The entire exterior body and the monocoque is comprised of carbon fiber, resulting in a svelte 2,976 pounds. If you want to by one of these guys put a mill in the bank and use the change for a week out in vegas.
Bodie Stround takes the old and makes it cool as hell. Running his own shop since 2007, he's built cars for some of the biggest names in show business and for some regular joe's as well. His latest build is the Bode Stround 1956 F-100 Pickup ($180K). This beautiful machine is his third '56 and features a blown '58 Chrysler HEMI pushing over 740 horses. The HEMI is paired with a B&M Turbo tranny Additional features include a $20,000 Huggar orange paint job by George Gray, 13-inch Wilwood brakes, 3-inch Magnaflow exhaust, and a 3-inch driveline from Inland Empire Driveline.