The summer is coming fast and we're about to enter the hottest days of the season. So before they get here, you owe it to yourself and your family to get the World's Biggest Backyard Water Slide ($149). Don't be a snob, you know you want one. This slide is a whopping 75ft long and 12 feet wide. It only takes 15 minutes to setup and your ready to go. The Wahii is constructed of thick specially formulated, UV protected plastic, and is rated to handle up to 256lbs per square foot. So if you have the space, this bad boy would be perfect for birthday parties, or just to cool down on the weekend.
Looking for something a little crazy, a little dramatic, and a little unforgettable? Then you are looking for American Psycho ($5). Directed by Mary Harron, this 2000 classic follows an executive in investment banking as he tries to hide his alter ego from friends and co-workers. His journey into his gratuitous and illogical fantasies creates a movie that's both disturbing and enthralling at the same time. Starring Christian Bale, Justin Theroux, and Josh Lucas, this movie puts you into the mind of a psychopath. It's easy to see how this was Christian Bale's breakout role. Even 13 years later, this movie is a favorite.
The Zubin Axe Multi-Tool Walking Stick ($CALL) may be the most important multi-tool you take with you on your next outing. The staff itself is made from rugged natural hickory wood with an ergonomic rubber grip. There are five optional tools available including an axe head, saw, spear, fishing spear, and a sling-shot. Each of the interchangeable tools are made from the highest quality 440c stainless steel to make sure they work when you need them.
This is probably one of the more original products we've seen come out in a long time. The Smart Cloud ($3360) is the creation of The Richard Clarkson Design Studio, based out of New York and New Zealand. The studio was originally founded by Richard in 2013 as an experimental product, lighting and furniture studio. They offer consultancy, product and experience design. But they also produce their own projects, one of which being the Cloud.The Smart Cloud ($3360) is an interactive lamp and speaker system that mimics a thundercloud. By using motion sensors it can detect your presence and creates a unique lightning and thunder show based on your movement. The powerful speaker system can stream music via bluetooth and the color-changing lights adapt to your specifications. The Cloud also has additional modes so it can be used as a nightlight and music reactive mode.
The Land Rover Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 110 By Project Kahn ($88K) is absolutely stunning. This beautiful customization by the London-based company started with a 2015 Chelsea Wide Track Defender with 22K miles on it. They kicked things off with a brand new paint job. They completely updated the color with their signature Cromax paint finish. Other exterior updates include an updated front bumper, LED lights, hood vents, and chrome accents. The exhaust system was also updated with stainless steel accents. The whole kit sits on black satin alloy wheels wrapped in 16" renegade tires.The interior features front sports GTP seats in quilted and perforated leather. The glovebox and instrument panels are also wrapped in the same leather. Foot pedals are made from machined aluminum and side vents are made from stainless steel mesh. The bad news is if you're in the states, you're not going to be able to get your hands on one of these bad boys without breaking the bank meeting federal regulations.
Best Book of the Month on Amazon, Barnes & Noble Booksellers' Pick, iTunes/iBookstore Best Book of the Month. These are just a few of the critical acclaims which have been heaped upon A Curious Man ($18), the marvelous and compelling biography of the enigmatic cartoonist Robert "Believe It or Not" Ripley. This globetrotting millionaire went onto win international fame and acclaim by celebrating the strangest oddities in the world and through is outrageous showmanship he taught how it was possible to believe the unbelievable. Neal Thompson is the acclaimed biographer who brings us the fascinating tale of Ripley's life which is the classic American fairytale. The bucktoothed, painfully shy Ripley had a great appreciation of the world's greatest curiosities, and the book that looks at the man behind this phenomenon is outstanding.