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EPIKGO Hoverboard

The EPIKGO Sport Hoverboard can go off-road, has a UL-certified LG smart battery, and is being offered for just $499 shipped, today only, originally $999.99. Featuring streamlined racing tires for a faster, smoother ride, the Sport is the most extreme board in the industry. Now you can fully enjoy a board that can truly GO ANYWHERE. IP56 certified for water resistance means water is no longer a problem. Plus the dual 400-Watt motors can take you over grass, sand, mud and more. Product page. Continue reading for another in-action video and more information.

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Self-Balancing Stroller

Let's face it, today's strollers are not fit for the poor conditions of some roads, but "Strollever" aims to change that with a self-balancing gyroscopic system that keeps it level regardless of terrain. When combined with UV resistant glass, headlamps, storage, and hub-less wheels, the "Strollever" is both comfortable as well as rugged. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Mansory Gronos 6x6

The Mansory Gronos G63 AMG 6x6 package incorporates LED daytime running lights, carbon fiber accents, extra air inlets for extra engine cooling, redesigned mirror housings, wheel arch covers, LED running board lights and rear skirt. On the power side of things, the tuned engine now boasts 828-horsepower, while the maximum torque rises to an electronically limited 1000 Newton metres, plenty for both on and off road adventures. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Apex Star I SP800 Speeder

The Apex Star I SP800 Speeder is a new innovative transport vehicle - think RYNO Motors - which uses aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy algorithm, a self-balancing gyroscope and the inverted pendulum system. The user only needs to move their body slightly forward and backward to achieve progress, acceleration, deceleration, braking and other driving operations. Product page. Continue reading for another video and more information.

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Kwiggle Folding Bike

Kwiggle, designed by German engineer Karsten Bettin, is touted as the "world's most compact folding bike," and rightfully so, as it can be folded up and stored under a subway seat, in a car trunk, or even in some airplane overhead compartments. Its unique design enables riders to zip through cities upright, while being able to fold it away in just 10-seconds. The bike weighs in at a mere 19-pounds, and it can hit a top speed of nearly 20 miles per hour. Kwiggle "uniquely supports the mobility of the back and prevents tension in the should and neck area," according to the company. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the man who invented the Comic Sans font.

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Energy Observer Ship

Energy Observer is a ship unlike any other, since it draws energy from nature without damage or waste. It combines various sources of renewable energies to produce its own hydrogen from seawater and store it on board. "If there's no sun or wind, or if it's night, stored hydrogen - generated by electrolysis powered by the solar panels and two wind turbines - will take over. We are going to be the first boat with an autonomous means of producing hydrogen," said Victorien Erussard of France. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video explaining why Star Wars could take place in our universe.

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Onewheel+ Street Snowboard

Unlike its predecessor, the all-new Onewheel+ boasts a new fluid design, with plenty of refined curves that replace the original's boxy edges. It's now powered by a Hypercore onboard motor, which can hit a maximum speed of 19 mph. Unfortunately, all this speed will set you back $1,499. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Raptor 2 Electric Skateboard

Forget the competition, Raptor 2 is currently the world's most powerful direct drive electric skateboard, thanks to a massive that's approximately 3-times larger than similar models. When fully charged, you get 25-miles of range with the ability hit a top speed of 28 miles per hour. The battery is used to power two Sensored 9080 R-Spec Ghost direct drive hub motors located directly in the rear two wheels of this carbon and maple composite board. Continue reading for a video comparing the Raptor 2's direct drive to belt drive. Click here to view bonus images of a carbon fiber wrapped Ferrari F40.

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Antithesis Superyacht

Most superyachts put function over form, but the "Antithesis" takes design to a whole new level. In addition to an extensive patio, this F-117 inspired vessel boasts an elevated monolithic volume that houses the living area and an all-glass bridge. Its blacked out design is composed of a carbon-fiber hull with a reverse bow, breaking away from traditional yacht's white hulls. There's also an elevated infinity pool above the patio shaded by the elevated living area, as well as a giant helipad. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for bonus images of another superyacht you can actually rent for $1.3-million per week.

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The Beast Hoverbike

We have seen the future of hoverbikes, and we can only hope they look as cool as "The Beast" by Rico Kersten. This retrofuturistic single-person vehicle is powered by radial fan technology, instead of a traditional motor, and draws inspiration from vintage home appliances. In terms of steering, it comes equipped with two wings on the bottom, while two large thrust reverse brakes are used like brakes to slow the vehicle. Will this hit showrooms within the next decade? We think so, especially if magnetic levitation technology becomes commonplace in commercial vehicles. 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 five bolt life hacks you can try today.

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