Looking like it came straight from the set of a Hollywood action movie the Ariel Nomad ($78K) has arrived in the US. While it was revealed quite a while ago, this slick and quirky vehicle is completely street legal and if you’re unfamiliar with vehicles of its kind you're in for a treat. The Nomad is powered by a 235hp Honda Four-Cylinder engine in the rear of the vehicle. Two versions are available; the standard Nomad called the Nomad Sports is priced at $78,200 and the premium model the Nomad Tactical is priced at $90,450. The Tactical model features added skid plates, sump guards, lights and a winch.
If you're dreaming of the ocean and looking forward to getting on the beach or hanging by the pool, you can get a head start by checking out the New Balance M577NBS 'Seaside Pack' (Navy, Green & Orange) ($169). The 577's were some of the most iconic models in the 80s and have made a comeback in a cool new colorway. These kicks are made in England and feature a coastal inspired, navy, green, and orange colorway. They're available for pre-order now with shipping expected in March.
If you're looking for fast, check out the Cannondale Slice RS Black Edition ($10,000). Yup, its a 10 grand bike. So is it worth it? Well if you compete in triathlons and are concerned about your time trials, then every second count. The frame is built on the simple premise that narrow is speed. Along with the anti-vibration system, Cannondales modular fit system, and anti pressure-drag channel you have a real winner. Compared to its competition the Cannondale Slice RS boasts a 20-second saving in the 40k.
The BrewNanny ($148+) will make sure your next batch of brew comes out perfectly. This little device monitors the fermentation rate, temperature, and even the light levels in your beer. It checks your beer hundreds of times per minute to makes sure none of these conditions threatens your beloved batch. But that's not even the coolest thing; the BrewNanny will notify you of any issues 24/7 via the web, your cell phone, text, or email. Readings from each batch will be stored in your own personal database so you can use those profiles to make the best beer possible. You owe to yourself and your brew to check out the BrewNanny.
Every so often we scour the web and provide you with links to all the cool things we found. And as always, we give you a little something extra to get you through to Monday.1. Alexandra Martignette - Guy Speed 2. Would You Eat These Plates Of Living, Breathing Food? - Co. Design 3. Despicable Me Minions Dressed Up as Pop Culture Characters - HiConsumption 4. Grilled Tamarind Turkey Burgers Recipe - Food Republic 5. 9 Best Boozy Milkshakes In America - Food Republic 6. Threads: JT's Black Tunnel Vision Fit - Muted 7. Build a Concrete Computer Desk - Instructables 8. Kick-Ass 2 Official Trailer - Muted 9. 12 Things To Do With An Empty Beer Bottle - Cool Material
If you're looking for the perfect nap you'll have to pay for it. The EnergyPod ($13,000) by Metronaps touts itself as the world's first chair designed to specifically to create the perfect environment for napping. The shape of the chair takes pressure off the cardiac system and relaxes the muscles of the lower back. The privacy browser provides seclusion without making you feel claustrophobic. And the adjustable built-in i20 timer gives you the perfect pre-programmed 20-minute nap.