Imagine being able to breathe underwater without heavy equipment or having to surface every few minutes. Triton Gills ($299+) lets you do just that.These artificial gills have technology that allows you to swim among the fish and experience the beauty of marine life. There's nothing complicated to learn and no additional training needed. Just gently bite on the mouthpiece and breathe normally.The Triton works by using holes that are smaller than water molecules. This keeps the water out and lets the oxygen in.Inside there's a micro compressor that extracts and stores the oxygen in a storage tank allowing you to breath naturally. The micro compressor works on a lithium ion battery which can last for up to 45 minutes.Right now Triton is running an Indiegogo campaign, and the first of the units is expected to ship by December 2016.
If you can't quite afford a Tesla, then the next best thing is to get their iPhone Case. The Tesla Design Leather iPhone Case ($45) is made from the same supple Nappa leather they use in all of their cars. They have a case to fit either the Apple iPhone 6/6s or the iPhone 6 Plus. This will make a perfect gift for any car enthusiast.
We did a piece last year on the amazing Richard Mille RM027 RAFAEL Nadal ($525,000) and now they're back at it again with the Richard Mille RM 36-01 Sensor Sebastien Loeb ($625,00) named after the French rally and racing driver who is the most successful driver in WRC history. The 36-01 measures 48mm and is 17.5mm thick. It features a tourbillon made from an ultra light titanium alloy, and a G-force sensor that measures up to 6 G's. The pusher on the crown allows you to select three functions including hand setting, winding, and neutral.
Leave it to Japanese bartenders to take cocktail making to a whole new level. The Ice Ball Maker ($294) sold by The Japan Trend Shop makes perfectly circular ice cubes. To make it work you place the device in some warm water, once it's heated insert your ice cubes and let gravity do the rest. When complete you'll have the perfect ice cube to keep you drinks chilled. The one priced here is for the 30mm (1.2 inch) mini. There are additional sizes available but they get pricey real fast. For example the next model up is the 55mm version and it runs $1036.
Redwood created its first watch in 2015. Their watches are inspired by the great outdoors and are meant to be reliable daily wear watches that can handle anything you throw at them. Their latest offering is the Rosewood Tactical Watch ($124) inspired by vintage diver watches. EEven though this watch is inexpensive, it is not cheap and comes with some really nice specs. The case is made of SS316 solid stainless steel, one of the most corrosion-resistant and indestructible steels available. And the PVD coating on the versions with black cases is anti-reflective and scratch-resistant.The Rosewood Tactical utilizes a Japanese quartz movement which is ultra-reliable and requires zero maintenance. The absence of moving parts makes it extremely shock-resistant. The battery has an expected battery life of 3-5 years.What's also great about this watch is its 100m water resistance which is perfect for the show and casual swimming.
The Ural mir Limited Edition Motorcycle ($17K) takes its inspirations from space. Specifically the Shuttle-Mir that began an era of cooperation between Russia and the United States. MIR comes in a brilliant orbital white and even has a solar panel that acts as a battery tender and can power smaller accessories. Additional features include high-intensity LED lights, emergency repair wrench, windshields for both driver and passenger, and a custom tonneau cover that uses reflective insulation and can be used as a rescue thermal blanket. Only 20 of these bad boys will be made so if you're interested make sure you get your order in soon.