Power banks are nothing new, but rarely are there any that really catch your eye, that is unless...you're talking about the PowerBomb. Designed by Rohul Shirbhate, this grenade-inspired device packs 13000mAh of gadget-charging power, enough charge most smartphones up to 6-times over, while LED light indicators show just how much juice is left. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
John Travolta is not only a successful actor, but also a certified private pilot who owns five aircraft, so it's no surprise that he owns a home in Florida with two runways. "We designed the house for the jets and to have at our access the world at a moment's notice, and we succeeded at that. For the last 11 years, we've been able to globe-trot for Qantas and movies...I've been really able to operate out of this house for business and personal reasons," said the actor. Travolta has been a Qantas "ambassador-at-large" since 2002 and keeps his personal Qantas Boeing 707 parked in the front yard, just a 10-minute flight from Orlando. Continue reading for more fascinating pictures from around the web.
Frank Westfall of Syracuse, NY create the original 1930 KJ Henderson Custom (bottom). In addition to its custom bodywork, this bike is powered by an inline-4 air-cooled engine. A group of auto enthusiasts in Vietnam decided to recreate Frank's custom bike, but using a Honda Shadow 600 as the base. Unlike its predecessor, the replica features an air-ride suspension, enabling it to maintain a very low stance when parked. Continue reading for more cool photos from around the web. Click here for a few bonus random facts.
Comedy duo Hamish and Andy of 104.1FM decided to rent an ultra-realistic dinosaur costume for the day to prank unsuspecting guests at a car park. While these prehistoric beasts may not be exact replicas, it did catch everyone off guard. "With fully animated movement, a performer controls the head, mouth, eyes and sounds utilizing a special - simple to control internal steering wheel. Clear sight is possible through the Built in Camera System, and the actor stay cool through the use of several built in Fans," according to the costume maker. Continue reading for another video and more information.
The weather forecast may be calling for snow in some parts, but many still got their freeze on during 7-11's annual "Bring Your Own Cup Day" on March 18 and 19. Unlike previous years, 2016 marks Slurpee's 50th anniversary and to celebrate the occasion #BYOCUPDAY was expanded to two days, meaning even more crazy sights, like a prosthetic leg. How did it work? Bring any container and fill it up with the beloved frosty drink for just $1.50. Continue reading for more. Click here for a few bonus images.
For those who have been on long-haul international flights, you may think flight attendants rest by just catching a few winks in the back, but in reality, they have their very own sleeping quarters. These secreat areas are often hidden in a compartment at the top of the plane, or a sealed off section in the same main cabin. On at least one configuration of Cathay Pacific's 777-300ER, there's a secret staircase at the rear of the plane that leads up to the area, which itself is tunnel like. Surprisingly enough, it comfortably sleeps up to eight flight staff at once. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
Shawn Nelson was a U.S. Army veteran and unemployed plumber who stole an M60A3 Patton tank from a United States National Guard Armory in San Diego, California, and went on a rampage on May 17, 1995. He led police on a 23-minute, televised chase through the streets of the Clairemont neighborhood of San Diego. The tank had a top speed of 30mph, making the chase slow compared to police chases involving automobiles. The 57-ton tank easily plowed through road signs, traffic lights, fire hydrants and crushed a van against a recreational vehicle, then plowed through the RV. He even attempted to knock down a bridge by running into the supports, but gave up after he failed to topple it with the first few hits. Nelson eventually became caught on a concrete median of State Route 163, as he attempted to cross the median into the oncoming traffic. Continue reading for more interesting photos from around the web.
The show was originally named Rocket to the Moon and it opened in 1955 along with Disneyland. The ride was refurbished as Flight to the Moon in 1967. On March 21, 1975, the destination was changed to Mars because humans had already been to the Moon. During that time, the attraction was considerably dated. The show was designed in cooperation with NASA and was basically a revised and updated version of the previous attraction Flight to the Moon. Guests would now be launched on a spacecraft into space and then approach the surface of the red planet Mars. Continue reading for more fascinating historical pictures.
For billionaires who need the ultimate in luxury and protection when being transported, look no further than the Mercedes-Maybach S 600 Guard. This vehicle is both bullet and blast proof, almost on par with military standards. How strong is the armor? Well, Daimler Chrysler stated that it can take fire from am assault rifle with steel core bullets, and still make it out in one piece. You'll also find special grade steel that fills the gaps and cavities in the body, along with the vehicle's outer skin. The polycarbonate-coated windows deter splintering and protect against gunfire, while underbody armor is bomb-proof. Continue reading to see more fascinating images from around the web.
Just about every gamer has played some form of Tetris, but it's not everyday that you get to use the brick stacking skills in real-life. However, this lumber yard managed to pack some logs onto this truck bed in such a way that you could mistake it for a Photoshop job, as nearly every nook and cranny has been filled with a perfect fitting piece. Continue reading for more oddly satisfying images. Click here for a few bonus pictures.