This VW T1 Camper Van looks like the real deal at first glance from afar, but get closer, and you'll see it's actually a functional tent, perfect for those warm summer nights out in the wilderness. It's an officially licensed full-sized replica of the 1965 Volkswagen Camper Van that many are familiar with. Setting it up is a breeze, and can sleep up to 4 people comfortably, making it perfect for small families. Available in four different colors, there are also two zipper separated double size rooms for privacy. Get it here now. Continue reading for two videos, including one on how to set it up, and more information.
Schrade's SCHA5B Magic Folding Knife looks to be straight from a sci-fi flick, but it's a real gadget, and can be picked up for $40 shipped, this week only, originally $69. Featuring a 3.5" fine edge blade crafted from durable, bead blasted AUS-8 high carbon stainless steel that is designed to take withstand the elements and more. Product page. Continue reading for a hands-on video review and more information.
Not just any R/C car, the Mammuth Rewarron is currently the world's first 1:3 scale production R/C car. It's one-third the size of a real race truck, powered by a 4-stroke engine, and equipped with a rigid, durable steel frame, oil disc brakes w/ABS, traction control, as well as telemetry. The 175-pound, 6.5-foot-long vehicle has a top speed of 40mph, making it perfect for tackling dirt roads. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
Yes, the DTV Shredder project is still alive and going strong. It's basically a cross between an ATV, tank and skateboard. Instead of wheels, the vehicle uses two continuous tracks, and is powered by a 15hp 200cc Honda engine. Forward motion is activated by twisting the handlebar grip and steering is controlled by leaning left or right on the platform that sits above the tracks. By using continuous tracks, it's able to tackle the toughest of terrain: tarmac, sand, dirt, mud, or snow and even slopes of up to 40° and reach speeds of up to 30mph. 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 an awesome LEGO first person shooter.
Think of "The Cloud" as an interacdtive art installation that is both a lamp and Bluetooth speaker combined into one. Modeled after a real cumulus cloud, this creation uses motion sensors to detect a user's presence and then creates a brilliant show of lightning and thunder. You can also use it to play music with your Bluetooth-enabled smart device and / or sample modes like nightlight. The cloud is made by "felting hypoallergenic fiberfill to a sponge casing that forms the frame of the cloud, holding the speakers and componentry within." Continue reading for a video and more information.
KMASHI's 15000mAh Power Bank may not be very big, but it certainly packs enough power to charge an iPhone 6 / Galaxy S 5 up to 5.5-times, and it's priced at $13.99 with coupon code: GKN6HSSJ, today only, originally $59.99. Featuring dual USB outputs (5V 1A and 5V 2A), this power bank can charge 2 devices simultaneously at the fastest speeds. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: GKN6HSSJ during checkout for the additional discount. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
When closed, R-Kaid-R just looks like a wooden box, with a vintage arcade joystick handle, but when you open the lid, it becomes a fully-functional portable gaming system, running MAME, which lets you play over 10,000 titles. Inside this 27 x 17 x 9cm box, you'll find an 8" display and a custom screw-in 8-way joystick, along with 8 arcade-quality buttons. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
With a sleek, minimalist design, the Scrooser is an electric scooter that combines style with function, complete with a set of fat tires on both ends. Not just for looks, this scooter's battery is can reportedly last nearly 25-days within a city environment, thanks to "impulse drive". This drive system consists of a 1,000-watt electric motor built into the rear hub, that augments the rider's kick-power. Whenever rider achieves a speed of 2 mph (3 km/h) or more, a boost is delivered by the rider. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
Skateboards are the preferred method of transport for many, but one of the problems have always been stairs. Knowing how busy large cities get preventing a mega ollie or rail grind, you'll have to pick up the board and walk down stairs, which can be an inconvenience. Introducing the Stair-Rover, an 8-wheeled longboard that solves this problem once and for all. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
Always wanted a smart watch, but don't need all the features Android Wear or the Apple Watch might offer? Then the Ritot should be perfect. This minimalist piece of wearable tech not only projects the time, but also caller ID, text messages and more. Underneath the shell is a tiny pico projector to beam the high-resolution graphics onto your hand, and the battery purportedly has a 30 day standby time and up to 150 hours in active mode. Continue reading for more pictures.