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HondaJet

HondaJet

Of all the things we would have expected Honda to build, a jet was not on the list. The HondaJet ($3.65 million; pre-order) is the first aircraft designed by the Honda Motor Company, and is full of innovations. The over-the-wing engine mount actually reduces drag and leaves more room in the fuselage, which is made from lightweight composite materials, and can hold up to seven passengers. Other features include two GE Honda HF120 engines, a Garmin G1000 glass cockpit system, and a fully-enclosed aft lavatory — we hear it's always better joining the mile high club in your own jet.

  • Two Person 60 MPH Hovercraft

    If you just can't get enough of Bond-esque toys, then you should be all over this one. The Two Person 60 MPH Hovercraft from Hammacher Schlemmer ($14,000) features a 60-horsepower, two-cylinder gasoline engine and a 12-Volt battery to keep things running, along with an electric starter, 16" windshield, six gallon fuel tank, and two aluminum skid rails on the bottom hull. While it requires registration as a boat, the 'craft can go long distances on ice, water, sand, mud, snow, and short grass, and shorter distances on asphalt or concrete. We really can't even begin to imagine how fun this thing would be.

  • Speedblend Ruffy Tuffy Tire

    If your plain-jane 10 speed just isn't doing it for you, try adding a splash of color with the Speedblend Ruffy Tuffy Tire ($30). Its unique placement of colors around the sidewall cause the observed color to change constantly while you're rolling down the street, and its nylon construction will keep you on the road in gravel, on rough paths, or just on a long trip. [Thanks, Wade]