Weehouse ($80K+) is the concept of right sizing taken to its natural conclusion. Their system is based on modern aesthetics, efficient use of space and adaption of prefab building technology. Even if you start off with their smallest 450 square foot model, you'll get a beautiful kitchen, bedroom, and bath. Another benefit is that you're not stuck with a one size fits all aesthetic. You have a multitude of construction materials and colors available to you.
The Nomad CNC Mill ($2000) takes the guess work out of operating a home CNC machine. The kit includes everything you need to get started; an operating CNC machine, software for Mac and PC, cutters, cables, and some material so you can get started on day one. You also get your choice of enclosures. You can choose Bamboo for your home or HDPE, which is more durable and well suited for a shop or garage. These machines are extremely versatile, they allow you to do everything from engraving to high-precision cutting. Check out their Kickstarter campaign to get a better look at the Nomad CNC Mill.
KTM is known for its motorcycles, but KTM's X-Bow GT ($94,000) is getting the company noticed for its supercars. Now some say the X-Bow looks like a glorified go-kart, so it might not be your cup of tea. Based off of KTM's X-Bow R, it adds a frameless windshiled and partially framed side windows so you can forego the need for a helmet. The 1900 pound, mid-engine, two-seater uses the Audi 2.0 liter turbocharged, intercooled engine for its power plant. The engine produces 281 horsepower, and 309 foot pounds of torque at 3200 rpm. With a top speed of 144 mph, and a 0-62 mph split of 4.1 seconds, it's safe to say that this guy will blow the doors off of any go-kart.
Offering two functionalities in a single tool, the Kershaw 1945 Barge Knife in Black ($19) is an economical option for your everyday carry arsenal. The 2.6" stonewashed steel blade is opened using a manual thumb stud and easily folds down into a compact and transportable size when not in use. Additional features include a weight of just 5.4oz, a pry-bar on the back side, and a handle with a G-10 texture finish for grip. The Barge is curved for ergonomic comfort while the blade features a sturdy frame lock and is left/right reversible. This Knife promises consistently reliable service for your daily needs.
If you're into surfing exotic locations, then Deus Ex Machina is the customizer you want making your next motorcycle. We've previously covered bikes from them that were specifically geared towards the surfer. These included the Sea sider and the Deus Ex Machina Bali dog. There latest the Deus Ex Machina D-Side Motorcycle ($CALL) is a collaboration with Yamaha and the third entry in their Yard Build Project. Since seeing a motorcycle with a wheelchair they've had the urge to build a three wheel motorcycle and Yamaha has helped make that dream come true. The loaner bike was a Yamaha XV950 and upgrades include a new sidecar with 19" wheel and integrated door, aluminum tank, and mudguards, Sella Alcantara nautical cover, front Discacciati front breaks with 6-piston calipers, Firestone tires, custom paint job by Kaos Design, and a ton of smaller changes. The D-Side is the perfect bike for a day out on the beach.
Made specifically for the backhttp://amzn.to/2lJLAnN">Lawson Blue Ridge Hammock ($125) is one of the finest hammocks made anywhere. If you're looking for a lightweight, weather resistant, insect free hammock/tent, this is probably the one. Anywhere a standard tent can go so can the Blue Ridge. Weighing in at only 4.25 lbs, the Blue Ridge can be setup quickly as either a tent hammock, in the air, or on the ground like a standard tent. For a three season tent, these are tough to beat.