Priced at $2699, the Full Body Armors wearable Iron Man Mark 43 (XLIII) Suit could be one of the coolest superhero accessories yet. The basic suit weighs in at 15.4 lbs (7 kg), depending on the add-ons and accessories you select, which range from a motorized face plate / eye lights to a refined chest Arc Reactor light as well as even height increasing shoe pads. Worried about it not fitting? Well, you'll be happy to know that each suit is handmade to your body measurements. Continue reading for three more cool gadgets that you probably haven't seen before.
3. Smart Fingerprint Padlock
Forget normal padlocks, the Tapplock One boasts a capacitive fingerprint sensor and an adaptive algorithm that recognizes your fingerprint quicker with each use. In case of emergencies, or sharing, it also offers Bluetooth unlocking capabilities. If there's more than one user, the Tapplock One can store up to 500 fingerprints, all the while being rust and rain-proof as well as operational at temperatures ranging between 14-140°.
2. All-Electric Vanderhall Edison
Combine an electric car with a motorcycle, and you get the Vanderhall Edison. This autocycle is powered by twin electric motors that generate 180 hp to the front wheels, enabling it to hit 60 mph in just 4.0-seconds. Its 30 kWh lithium ion battery can operate for up to 200-miles on a full charge. On the inside, you'll find luxurious diamond stitched seat covers.
1. Aquajet H2 Underwater Scooter
Scuba diving is fun, but if you've always wanted to fly underwater, then look no further than the Aquajet H2. This underwater scooter propels you 60-feet beneath the water at speeds up to 9kph. Best of all, it can be assembled in minutes, and operation is as simple as holding down on the left bumper, while flipping a switch to cycle though the three engine speeds. Its silent motor was designed to not disturb the ocean life, and stop automatically if an object is blocking its rotation.