Forget about getting a plan ole fish aquarium and get a true conversation piece. The Jellyfish Cylinder Nano Aquarium ($250) takes about ten minutes to setup. When you're done, go to the companies website and enter the code that came with your package. Your jellyfish are then shipped by express delivery and on your doorstep in days.What makes the Nano so unique is a tank that mimics the natural open water habitat of jellyfish through laminar water flow pattern not possible in regular tanks. The tank also has an integrated mechanical, chemical, and biological filtration system that makes it easy to operate and clean.If you want the discounted price make sure you get in on their Kickstarter campaign, before it ends.
Like the name says, the Bullet ($20) is the world's smallest LED flashlight. It weighs just 6 grams and measures just 30mm in length. Making it the perfect addition to any everyday carry arsenal. It uses three replaceable LR41 button cell batteries that will produce up to 15 lumens and the LED with last anywhere from 25,000 to 100,000 hours. The Bullet is made from high-grade aircraft aluminum, is waterproof and operates with just a twist of the base. Grab one of these now before the Kickstarter campaign ends.Related: 10 Of The Best Tactical Flashlights
The Bike Intermodal ($TBA) is the world's most compact folding electric bicycle. The term intermodal basically means that you can take the bike on a train, a bus, or subway to get where you need to go. Intermodal weighs about half as much of its competitors and can be folded down to a block the size of your standard backpack (20 x 16 x 6 inches). This extremely small size is accomplished via three collapsible sup-assemblies that are held together with high-tensile cable. When Intermodal becomes available some time in 2015 or 2016 you will be able to get two models; one with an electric motor and one without. The price is expect to start around $1000 and go up from there.
With cooler temperatures just around the corner, it's time to start breaking out the plaids in earnest. The latest J. Crew offering is a Slub Cotton Shirt in Blue Plaid. Pair that with an RRL Slim-fit jean and some awesome accessories and you've got a winner of an outfit.1. Shirt: J. Crew Heathered Slub Cotton Shirt In Blue Plaid ($70) 2. Denim: RRL Slim-fit Midland Jean Med. ($300) 3. Shoes: Vans For J. Crew Canvas Authentic Sneakers ($60) 4. Sunglasses: Westward Leaning Concord 6 ($205) 5. Watch: Miansai M12 Watch ($495) 6. Bag: Mismo M/S Utility ($393)
If you're looking to take your underwater videos to the next level, then the Seawolf GoPro Submarine ($999) is a must have. The Seawolf can carry your HD sports camera system into an underwater environment down to a depth of 10 meters, it take photos, videos, and live stream video for FPV piloting. There are three models available; two are wireless, and the third is controlled via a tether cable of either 15m or 30m lengths. Additional features include a Pelican case to house parts and provide protection during transport, and a Boscam D4 controller, with an 8 inch TFT LCD screen with LED backlight and built-in 5.8GHz receiver.
The Parkside Wimbledon House ($CALL) was built in 1968 by Richard Rogers as a home for his parents. It revolutionized the idea of bringing the outdoors inside. Parkside features floor to ceiling windows throughout which creates an open plan that brings the garden inside. The house was recently renovated by Gumuchdjian Architects in order to house two Harvard fellows. Three-quarters of the building's frame was replaced, all of the joineries was refurbished, and the garden was completely redesigned. Through it all the property still holds on to its light and airy feel.