Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff gifted San Francisco with three quadskis, and the police were spotted driving them around into the cove during the Giants games this past Saturday and Sunday. Giants announcers Mike Krukow and Duane Kuiper were first to spot them, which prompted the camera operators to quickly zoom in. This was not the first time they were shown in public though, as S.F. Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White took a spill at their debut last October. Continue reading for Jeremy Clarkson's review and more information.
You may have seen similar campers, or even a previous version of this model, but the latest Sealander may be the best one yet. It basically combines a boat with the road-worthiness of a camping trailer all into one package. Feel the need to escape to the campsite for the weekend? Simply tow the trailer along behind your car and set it up once you arrive. Thinking of hitting the waves? That's where things take a different turn. This trailer can move at speeds of 5.5 mph with enough battery power to last for a weekend on the move, weather permitting. Simply pop the camper's top off, raise the railing into position, bolt on the engine, and you're ready to relax. Weighing 1,069-pounds unladen, the flat-bottomed vehicle is light enough to ease off into the water from shore or by using a boat launch. Expect to shell out $17,100 for the base model, but the price starts rising if you want lighting / electrical outlets, sleeping quarters, seating areas, an audio system, cooking station, toilet and even a shower. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today including the world's bounciest ball.
Cheero's Power Plus Danboard Edition may look like an anime robot, but it's actually a 10400mAh power bank, and the number one selling battery charger on Amazon in Japan to boot. When paired with the Danboard Lightning and microUSB cable, you'll know exactly when your gadgets are finished charging, thanks to the clever blinking eyes. We recently got some hands-on time with these two accessories, and they're definitely more functional than you expect, to the point where we charged an iPhone 6 Plus from 0% - 100% battery nearly three times. Company page. Continue reading for our full review and hands-on images.
Small communities in the Philippines will soon be using salt water-powered lamps, instead of candles. The Sustainable Alternative Lighting project, also known as SALt, has gifted the nation of 7,000 islands with this innovative gadget. It uses a solution of one glass of water mixed with two tablespoons of salt, or just salt water from the sea, to provide 8-hours of continuous light. The electrode inside can be used for up to a year, depending on how often it's turned on. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Iain Sinclair's Cardsharp2 is the perfect tool for everyday emergencies, and you can pick one up for $2.13 shipped, today only, originally $19.99. Measuring in at just 2.2mm thick and designed to look like a credit card, this tool can be transformed into a surgical-grade knife in seconds. Get one here right now. Continue reading for a two videos, including a cutting demonstration and additional information.
The SpreadThat Knife slice right through any stick of butter easily, while using absolutely no electricity, thanks to an efficient heat conducting technology that utilizes body heat. The heating element is activated after you hold it for just 20-seconds. The knife itself is made from non-toxic, food-safe titanium coating that was built to last. Get one here now. Continue reading for a detailed video overview and more information.
Unlike other jet skis, the Kawasaki Ultra 310-series comes equipped with a supercharged, 4-stroke 1,498cc engine that produces 310-horsepower, and utilizes an air-to-water intercooler. At 1,047 pounds, the craft is good for hours of fun, thanks to its 21-gallon fuel tank. For those who'd like some entertainment while riding, Kawasaki's new JETSOUND audio system is an option that lets you listen to music from an iPhone or iPod through a pair of 30-watt speakers - all of which is controlled right from the handlebar pad. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
While actual Light Cycles might be years from becoming a reality, motorcycle riders can create their own TRON-inspired helmet with LightMode. Available as either a permanent modification kit for your current helmet, or an entirely new helmet with the kit installed, LightMode essentially adds glowing, electroluminescent components on the outside with a combination of special glue and chemical accelerator. Users control the brightness using a box that clamps onto the helmet between the shell and padding. Best of all, it runs on just 2 AA batteries, offering three modes: constant glow, blink and off. Continue reading for three videos and more information.
Hamilton Beach's Dual Breakfast Sandwich Maker is great for those who don't have lots of time to prepare a morning meal, and it can be picked up for $39 shipped, today only. Simply place the ingredients inside, build the base of your sandwich in the bottom layer, place the egg on the cooking plate and close the lid. Slide the cooking plate out and your sandwich assembles itself. Product page. Continue reading for a video demonstration and more information.
Vancouver-based Surface 604 has revealed the Element Fat Bike. Equipped with 4-inch fat tires and a 350-watt brushless motor, this bike is capable of tearing up any terrain, including snow as well as mud. A removable 36-volt lithium-ion battery powers the motor, and provides up to 20-miles of electric pedal assist on a full charge. Other features include: a Shimano 7-speed transmission, JAK disc brakes, and an ultra lightweight aluminum-alloy 6061 frame. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a screaming deer in Nara, Japan.