The Ground Squirrel from Der Ziesel is basically a motorized wheelchair with tank tracks, designed to go anywhere. Powered by an electric disk motor that generates 21hp and 30 lb-ft of torque, the vehicle can hit 21mph on rough terrain. The integrated battery pack is good for 4-5 hours of use, and easy to use joystick controls to boot. One caveat: it'll set you back a cool $30,000. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing what happens when an iPhone 6S is dropped from 100-feet.
Yamaha's all-new 2017 Pure Sport Side-By-Side goes anywhere, thanks to a 998cc inline three-cylinder engine with a 10,500rpm redline, matte to an industry-first sequential 5-speed shift gearbox. It features on-command 4WD and 2WD and sits on twin wall Fox 2.5 Podium X2 shocks to handle any terrain. The cab features high-back seats with extra lateral support and the steering wheel is adjustable to ensure enhanced driver comfort. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a jet fighter pilot trying to drink water in mid-air.
The Goblin Deuce is the world's first double-barreled, air cartridge paintball pistol, which sports a Double Firing-Pin Action and Selector Switch that lets you fire each barrel separately or at once. You could either use first-strike rounds or 6mm Airsoft BBs in the air cartridge, making it ideal scenario games like Woodsball, Airsoft, or LARPing. Each set includes the Deuce marker, two air cartridges, four barrels in the barrel sizer kit, a new air adapter, fitting tactical holster, 2 O-Ring Kits, and an owner's manual. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral first-person video that tackles the world's most dangerous road.
Golfer Charlie Helms managed to capture an enormous 15-foot, 800-pound gator strolling near the third hole of Buffalo Creek Golf Club in Palmetto, Florida. "I was stunned and silent. I didn't know if we were being punked or something. [It could've been] two guys in an alligator suit," said Helms. In just two days, the video above has received over 4.6-million views. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of ballistic gel being zapped by 100,000-volts of electricity.
A hydrofoil board is basically a surfboard with a hydrofoil that extends below the board into the water. This design causes the board to leave the surface of the water at various speeds. Laird Hamilton, a prominent figure in the invention of big wave tow-in surfing, later discovered the foilboard's capability to harness swell energy with the use of a jet ski, pulling the rider into a wave. Now, the GoFoil SUP brings this invention to paddle boarding. Some compare this experience to "taking flight", as the board lifts from the water between 4-8mph, depending on wave push, positive angle and rider weight. Once airborne the foil takes over and then it is a matter of hunting the trough of the wave and looking for swells to link up. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one on how to build your own virtual reality-ready PC for under $800.
The Sea Doo SeaScooter Explorer X is all-electric, and powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, enabling you to dive up to 130-feet while cruising at speeds of over 4 mph. When you want to slow things down and explore, just choose one of three speeds, activate the self-filling ballast hull for neutral buoyancy, and you'll be set. Ergonomic handles with trigger controls remain comfortable during extended use, as the batteries are good for up to 90 minutes on a single charge. Get one here now. Continue reading for another video and more information.
RADINN's Wakejet Cruise electric-powered wakeboard may not be the most affordable gadget out there at $19,000, but it will definitely let you shred water like never before. Made from carbon-Kevlar, its lithium-ion battery, brushless motor, and wireless waterproof remote doesn't require waves, as the jet-propulsion system can reach a top speed of 29mph. On a full charge, expect 30-minutes of adrenaline pumping fun. Best of all, it only takes 1-hour to recharge, so you'll be back on water before you know it. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including a grad student who hacked his way to true love.
Mokai Manufacturing takes kayaking to the next level with the Mokai ES-Kape, a jet-propelled model equipped with a 7hp, four-stroke engine to help you easily traverse. Controlling the watercraft is as simple as twisting a joystick-like knob from inside the kayak. This makes it perfect for finding a good fishing hole in record time. Continue reading for another video of it in-action and more information.
AllRover's Stair-Rover longboard is unlike any other because it boasts 8-wheels, linked together by a thermoplastic chassis with shock absorbers, perfect for navigating the city. The wheels are constructed from a 60mm 80a super-high rebound urethane connected to custom 50-degree aluminum trucks for extreme agility, while the ply maple deck, complete with handle, is rugged enough to handle any kind of stairs you decide to tackle. Click here for the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what Game of Thrones would be like set in the Star Wars universe with lightsabers.
Cruising down the river or around a lake on an incredibly hot summer day is something many would like to experience, but have you ever dreamed of doing so while lazing on a hammock? If so, then the Hammocraft should do the trick. This system is designed to hold up to five hammocks safely on a floating vessel of your choosing so you can enjoy with all your friends. One caveat: it'll set you back a cool $1,000. Continue reading for a video of another hammock raft.