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FlyNano

If we didn't know any better, we'd swear the FlyNano (€25,000-€27,00; roughly $36,000-$39,000) came from Q branch and not from a real company. Yet here it is, a waterborne personal flying machine available in three models — one electric, one gas, and one racing — and able to go up to 76 mph, up to 1.8 miles high, up to 43 miles away, all while weighing roughly 150 lbs. Even better: no pilots license required. Just make sure you've got some water to land in, or you could be in for a very bumpy ride.

  • James Perse Cruiser

    Warmer weather is on its way — time to bust out the grills, drop-tops, short sleeves, and bikes. The James Perse Cruiser ($2,500) is a fine example of the latter, mixing classic mid-century design with modern looks and materials, including a hydroform steel frame, hand-aged leather seat and grips, extra wide 2" rims and 2.125" tires, and a one-speed coaster brake hub that's perfect for cruising. Choose from matte black, dark orange, khaki green, or antique white.

  • Raonhaje Ego Submarine

    Okay, so maybe it's technically a semi sub, but the Raonhaje Ego Submarine ($TBA) sure looks like a helluva good time. Featuring a submersed central hull flanked by a floating hull on both sides, the Ego gives you unfettered views of the water through its specially-made acrylic windows, while the wheel and pedal control system makes piloting it as easy as driving a car. Other features include podded propulsion for easy maneuverability, all-electric operation with a run time of up to eight hours, and the peaceful solitude that comes from knowing that you and your cab-mate are the only people on board. [Thanks, Joe]