This cool LoungePac combines lounger/chair, coolers, tote bag, pillow and backpack in one. Only 10 seconds is needed to open from luggage to lounger. No assembly is required. It is fully adjustable from seated to horizontal position and the face down hole can be used for reading on your stomach. Dimensions: Open 77"Lx23"Wx13"H Closed 32"Lx25"Wx12"H.
Lamborghini are celebrating their 50th anniversary with a limited edition BMC road bike. The Lamborghini Edition impec combines Italian flair and tradition with modern technology. The color, the feel, and the look are all authentic and exclusive to the Lamborghini Edition impec.
The Brainfreeze Glass Skull Ice Bucket is made of thick crystal clear glass with handles on each side. It is a great gadget for Halloween parties or zombie film festivals. Get yours and give the beverage table at your party a little something different. Dimensions: 7.5"W x 6"H x 6.7"D.
The antibacterial flat-pack bottles developed by Vapur are created to filter and remove up to 99.99% of bacteria, protozoa and microbial disease from drinking water. Using 'microfilter', the technology cleanses up to 1,000 liters throughout its lifecycle using sureaqua straws. the bottle is convenient to carry with you, making it easy to use almost everywhere.
SpaceX's Grasshopper doubled its highest leap to date to rise 24 stories or 80.1 meters (262.8 feet), hovering for approximately 34 seconds and landing safely using closed loop thrust vector and throttle control.
This chair looks cool, called Gravity balans. "It tilts forwards when enjoying coffee with friends, backwards to allow you to place your feet on the floor and further back so you can curl up in front of the TV"
It took Seattle-based LEGO artist Alice Finch one year and 400,000 bricks to build this recreation of Harry Potter's Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. "It is designed to be architecturally accurate and completely playable. It breaks into sections that pack into 40 large flat boxes or shelves. " Time lapse footage of setup below. For more detailed photos, check out Finch's Flickr.