There's nothing like an ice cold beer in a stainless steel mug. Welcome the Klean Kanteen Pint 4-Pack ($30), it's made for 18/8 food-grade stainless steel and is completely free of BPA and other chemicals. These great mugs hold 16 oz and are dishwasher safe. The Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Pint mugs aren't just for camping.
If you have $110,000 burning a hole in your pocket, then you may want to rent out the Necker Belle. The Necker Belle ($110,000/week) is owned by Virgin owner, Richard Branson. It has four cabins which can accommodate 8 people. In total she can sleep up to 12, by converting the saloon and sleeping under the stars using the relaxation area on the upper deck. The hundred grand will get you 7 nights of use, 24 hour driver service at each port, and a crew of seven. The Necker Belle can accommodate fine or casual dining (in or outside) and comes stocked with a wide range of wines, beers, and spirits. So if you looking for a dream vacation, the Necker Belle may fit the bill.
Crack it open, cook with it and eat it, washed down with another bottle. Who knew there were so many great recipes that were lifted from your ordinary, run of the day dishes to something very special just by adding beer? The Beer Cookbook ($12) is the book beer lovers have been waiting for as if they aren't drinking it they can still indulge through their food. Included within the 40+ recipes included her are such delights as spicy beer-soaked shrimps, sauced meatballs, drunk cheddar soup, pub chops, beer-buttered steaks, tailgate salmon, 3-beer chilli and chocolate stout lava cake, yum!
In the late ninteenth century cutting cigars in two was a real need and not just a matter of taste. During those times people didn't have a whole lot of money so they had to buy half cigars instead of full ones. To remind us of those times Coltellerie Berti created the Dedicato A David Tabletop Cigar Cutter. The cutter features a wood base, stainless teel blade, and a hand made from Ox horn.
This bad boy is not for civilian use, but I'm hoping they create a civilian version just like they did with the Hummer. The Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon LAPV (Light Armored Patrol Vehicle) 6.X ($TBA) is a military vehicle for patrolling war zones and areas of instability around the world. The LAPV 6.X can carry over 2,866 pounds of cargo and pretty much take it anywhere you want to go. It features a high torque common-rail diesel engine which can plow through any obstacle, on-the-fly adjustable suspension, 18 inches of ground clearance, and a full combat communications and jamming system. The LAPV 6.X is something you'd definitely want to get your hands on if there was a zombie apocalypse.
The Micro 3D Printer ($299) surpassed its Kickstarter goal of $50,000 in 11 minutes and with 28 days to go is sitting at a cool million dollars pledged. So what makes this printer so compelling? Well the most obvious detail would have to be the price. With most 3D printers starting out around the $1,000 mark the Micro is incredibly affordable when compared to the field. It also features compatibility with either Mac, Windows, and Linux systems, can be fed ABS, PlA, or Nylon spools, has a 50-350 micron layer resolution, and a print base area of 109mm x 113mm. Check out their Kickstarter campaign for additional details and ordering information.