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Everyone's Dream - A Super Yatch

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Everyone's Dream - A Super Yatch

There are probably a million ways to spend your hard-earned money. And if you have a large amount to spare, would you not want to do it in style? What you will see now will require both in equal quantity, money and style that is. An Italian designer has come up with this next-level superyacht concept that will make your jaws drop. 

Moving on, so, this superyacht would have its master suite that includes a bar, dining area and an infinity pool perched on a tower, 125 ft above water.

Imagine the unparalleled views the owner would be able to enjoy! This radical concept yacht has been named Sheddai. And if you are a stickler for privacy, this might just be the investment for you.

Designer Gabriel Teruzzi said "From here you can reach the feeling of a higher power, surrounded by the immensity of the sea and sky, reaching the clouds where everything reflects his place in the world: at the top. 

"Furthermore, the infinity pool produces a visual effect of water with no boundary, merging with the sky." Teruzzi added. 

There would be a beach club on the lower deck that will be united with the main deck by an infinity pool with a glass floor. 

                    

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Ecocapsule: A New Design Of Off Grid Camping Trailer

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Ecocapsule: A New Design Of Off Grid Camping Trailer

We always have our eyes open to spot new trends in the camping industry, and this design in off grid camping trailer doesn’t fail to disappoint. Focussing on environmental and self-sufficient outcomes, this towable travel trailer promises no need to recharge or resupply for prolonged periods of time whilst in the wilderness, allowing for a true nomadic lifestyle experience.

The micro-home camper trailer is powered by a built-in wind turbine and an array of solar cells. This two powered system, with a high capacity battery, allows for energy collection in most climates.

The spherical shape of the off grid camping trailer has been designed to collect rainwater efficiently, with built-in filters available to clean anything stored in the tanks underneath.

Cleverly designed by Nice Architects, the user has a warm bed, running water, hot food, kitchenette, toilet, shower, diner and work areas, in a space only 2.55 metres high, 4.45 metres long and 2.25 metres wide.

                    

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Bluesmart - Smart Travel Suitcase

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Bluesmart - Smart Travel Suitcase

This is the suitcase that does it all. Literally, all. While you might get lost abroad, the Bluesmart Smart Suitcase won't. It has built-in GPS that lets you track it anywhere in the world, so no more worries about your luggage going missing.

The Bluesmart can be controlled by a mobile app, which is great so long as your phone doesn't run out of juice. Which it won't, since this smart suitcase also contains a built-in power bank that'll charge your phone up to six times (depending on its battery capacity).

There's a built-in scale to make sure you don't pack too much and get pulled up at the airport, plus a digital lock that keeps out thieves.

Better yet, it makes a decent suitcase for carrying your stuff, with easy access to all your belongings including a slot that's ideal for your laptop.

Location Tracking: Better yet, it makes a decent suitcase for carrying your stuff, with easy access to all your belongings including a slot that's ideal for your laptop.

                    

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Avalanche airbags: Your guide to these life savers

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Avalanche airbags: Your guide to these life savers

With its ground-breaking dual airbag system, the Avalanche North Face Patrol 24 ABS is a life saver for climbers, riders, and backcountry skiers venturing into the mountains in search of snow, adventure, and awe-inspiring sights. In case of an avalanche, two integrated 85 liter airbags filled with compressed Nitrogene gas deploy, helping you stay on the surface and increasing your survival rate by as much as 95%. 

Why do I need an airbag? 

In an avalanche, larger objects rise to the surface, while smaller objects sink to the bottom. An airbag incorporated into your backpack, which inflates at the pull of a cord, is designed to make you larger so that you rise to the surface.

How effective are they?

Airbags are designed to prevent you from being buried, which is key to survival in the event of an avalanche. Although nothing is guaranteed, ongoing studies on ABS packs by the Swiss Avalanche Institute have found that wearing an airbag can significantly improve your chances of survival. Since 1991, of 262 people who have deployed an airbag in an avalanche, 97 per cent have survived.

So I don’t need an avalanche transceiver?

A transceiver is more important than an airbag and should always be carried, along with a shovel and probe. You need it so that rescue teams can locate you in the event of burial, but also so you can assist in finding others.

How do I know my system is working? 

It’s recommended you perform a test release to familiarise yourself with the process and how it works before hitting the slopes. Then, once a year, your airbag system should be tested to ensure it’s working correctly.

How do I refill my cylinders?

Airbag systems tend not to come with the necessary gas cylinders (that are triggered to inflate the airbags), which you have to buy separately (from around £90 each). In general, they need to be refilled by an approved dealer (for around £20), although some can be filled at home or taken to other outlets.

Can I take it on a plane? 

Probably is the short answer. The International Air Transport Association says you’re allowed to carry an avalanche airbag pack as long as it meets its guidelines and is packed in such a way that it won’t be accidentally triggered. To be sure, check with your airline at least two weeks before flying.

                    

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This Portable Inflatable Couch Is Here To Make Your Lazy Daydreams Come True

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This Portable Inflatable Couch Is Here To Make Your Lazy Daydreams Come True

You may think you know every lazy person hack in the book, and you're probably not wrong. But every once in a while, an invention such as this portable inflatable couch surfaces, and we are all forced to realize that there are so many amazing ways we can lounge around and do, uh, nothing — so why limit ourselves at all?

 

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This glorious invention is called the LamZac Hangout, and it is the lounge-iest lounge couch ever to exist. When compressed, it fits into a little pouch and weights only about two pounds.

When it's inflated, it's about six and a half feet long and three feet wide, which means it can comfortably fit one person laying down, and at least two or three people sitting up.

The best part about the Lamzac is that you don't need a pump to inflate it. All you need to do is take it out of the pouch and drag it through the air to fill it up.

Once it's full of air, you just seal the bad boy up and kick back.

Set up literally takes seconds.

This version is lightweight but strong, and the durable fabric ensures that you'll be able to keep it for a long time. The packaging allows you to take it anywhere — beach trips, the park, vacations, your backyard — so you can always keep it on hand for whenever you want to kick back, relax and enjoy the great outdoors.

 

 

                    

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