We've seen quite a few personal submarine options lately, but none quite as crazy as the Seabreacher ($65,000 and up). Available in a 155hp, dolphin-inspired J model, or the more badass, shark-bodied 266hp X model, these submersible watercraft can reach up to 50 mph on the surface and up to 25 mph submerged, and are capable of high-speed dives that send the craft launching out of the water. Other features include a snorkel-mounted video camera, an iPod-compatible stereo system, and the ability to scare the bejeezus out of innocent boaters. [Thanks, Kelvin]
Replace your fire-hazard kerosene lantern with the eco-friendly Nokero Solar Light Bulb ($15). Made from impact resistant plastic, the Nokera sports four solar panels, a replaceable, rechargeable battery, and five LEDs to provide five times the light of a traditional fuel light while using 1/200th the energy. Expect over two hours of light from a typical day's charge, or if you know the party will be going into the wee hours, charge fully for four hours of brightly-lit hang time.
Has your obsession with MLB caps gone past the typical bad hair day coverup to become a full-time, color-coordinated accessory? Pick yourself up one of these New Era Cap Carriers ($25-$50). Available in two-, six-, or 24-cap varieties, the carriers are made from either crush-proof neoprene or high-tensile strength nylon, ensuring that your beloved headwear will arrive looking as fresh as a cap straight from Jerry Ferrara's Entourage wardrobe.
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