Odds are you're never going to get to fly in an F-4 Phantom, but now you can know what it was like by taking a seat in your very own F-4 Phantom II Ejection Seat. Taken directly from one of these fighter jets, the seat was manufactured by Martin-Baker Aircraft, and has been professionally cleaned, refurbished, and riveted to a durable hand-finished steel base. Details include a seatbelt, grip handle, empty oxygen tank and release button, and both a plaque on the rear of the seat and a certificate of authenticity. Note: No longer functional, so don't expect to go flying through the roof in the event of an emergency/in-law visit.
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"King of the hill, top of the heap" in New York has a new address — the 432 Park Avenue Penthouse. The building itself measures 1,396 ft, making it the third-tallest building in the United States and the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere. Of course, you won't be living on the roof, so your full-floor, 8,255 square feet palace sits 1,271 feet up. It goes without saying that the views are spectacular from every side, and obviously the furnishings and design are top-notch — after all, you're not filling one of the most expensive residences in the country with bad paint and cheap furniture.
Living in NYC is great. Being isolated from nature isn't. Get the best of both worlds with a cabin in Hudson Woods. This 131-acre, architect-driven development includes 26 glass-and-timber homes just 100 miles north of the city. Completely customizable, each home is built using help from local builders, craftsmen, and artisans, from the pile of bluestone found on-site that's used to build the stacked walls around the pools down to small details like mirrors and fixtures. But most importantly, each home has a sizable parcel to itself, so even though you have neighbors, you don't necessarily have to see them.
Moving a light switch in the home, or setting up a timer for outdoor lights or holiday decorations to switch on or off should be easier, and less expensive. Those issues were the motivation behind the Avi-On Switch, the world's first wireless, movable light switch. Put the switch anywhere in your home, pair it with Bluetooth on your smartphone and set up your entire home in minutes. With no screws, wires or paint required, along with a 100ft range, 3 year battery life and sleek design — the Avi-On Switch is simplifying home lighting one switch at a time.