When your pocket knife can’t handle it the Fireman’s Backup Axe ($200) can without any hesitation! A favourite amongst SWAT teams, survivalists and tactical operators it’s an important tool for the serious enthusiast. The Fireman’s Backup Axe has been constructed from high carbon alloy, measures around 7.5” long and features a black powder coated blade for added long term durability. Add one of the most important survivalist tools you can own to your tactical pack and never get caught out!
Bloodshed motors, has pioneered the world's first class of Super Electric Muscle Cars (Super-E). They take classic, American made muscle cars, and add a high powered electric propulsion system. Add state of the art suspension and braking and you've got a monster on your hands. Or better yet, a Zombie 222 ($50K+).As the title says, the Zombie 222 is a street legel electric muscle car which just set the record for street legal EV cars at 165.3 MPH. Just missing the overall EV record of 165.5 MPH, which also includes non-street legal cars.The Zombie features an all electric twin 11" drive train, and a LiPo Prismatic Pouch High Tec systems racing battery, with a drive range of 40 to 140 miles depending on the pack size. This setup pushes an amazing 800+ horses, with over, wait for it, 1800 lb-ft of torque.Additional features include Bilstein coil over front suspension, SOT floating 3-link rear with Watts bar, Strange PRF180 Aluminum HD section, Flaming River rack and pinion steering, and 13" Brembo disk brakes. If you've got a muscle car you want to take all the way electric, expect to pay about $50K for a starter package, which gives you the same push as a standard V8 muscle car. Prices go up from there.
The Liberate On-Ear Headphones by The House of Marley ($100) give you impressive styling and signature a Marley sound. The Liberates are made from stainless steel, reclaimed hemp, recycled bottles, organic cotton fibers, FSC certified Sapele Wood and leather for the ear cushions. Features include 40mm high performance drivers, a fabric cord, and a gold plated 3.5mm connector. Now you can be environmentally conscience while enjoying your favorite tunes.
The BAC Mono Supercar ($162,000) is the latest entry into the street legal track car category. The car is built by Cheshire based Briggs Automotive Company. It features a 2.3 liter four-cylinder engine which puts out 280 horses and 206 lb-ft of torque. The engine is paired with a six-speed Hewland transmission and hydraulic paddle shifters. All this allows you to focus on driving instead of hitting the grove when shifting. Just a flick of a finger on one of the two paddles takes care of business.
If you're in the market for a drone you need to check out the indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for the PlexiDrone ($699+). The PlexiDrone can snap together and be ready to fly in less than a minute. You can get the standard four prop configuration or you can go to 8 props. The additional propellers allow you to lift up to 3.1 lbs of cargo and tolerate much higher winds. It also comes with a cool looking hardshell backpack which carries everything you need to create awesome aerial films. Additional features include retractable landing gear, so you never have to worry about obstructions in your shot, a follow me feature, and a swarm features which allows you to control multiple drones with a single smartphone. I think I might pass out if one of these bad boys showed up on my christmas tree.
The perfect example of the sexy 60’s style, the 1968 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 ($98,000) is an immaculate rendition of the original SUV. There’s a beast beneath the hood with a powerful 3.9 liter engine which has been fully restored, and most of the original features, such as the 3 gear transmission and the electrics, have been faithfully retained. With only small tweaks to provide a touch of modern convenience, such as the electric ignition, this flawless SUV is one to keep and love.