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Trek District

Trek District

Designed for navigating the urban jungle, the Trek District ($930; November 2008) is a great way to get from your flat to your office. Sporting a super-quiet belt drive that requires no lubrication and doesn't wear out, an Alpha Black Aluminum frame, alloy cartridge bearing hubs and alloy rims, Race Lite tires and a Race seat from Bontrager, and Trek's Urban handlebars, the District is up to your daily commute — no matter what district you're in. [Thanks, Eric]

  • Eco-Explorer Boat

    This inflatable, four-person boat will have you exploring the wonders of the depths this summer. The Eco-Explorer Boat ($300) sports a clear vinyl bottom window and a 300,000-candlepower submersible light that lures sea life for a closer look. It inflates in ten minutes and deflates to pack for travel. Hand pump ($34) and Oars ($34) sold separately.

  • Terra Wind Amphibious RV

    If you happen to find yourself in the predicament where you have a wad of cash and faced with the decision of purchasing an RV or a Yacht, Terra Wind is about to make your life just a little bit easier. The Terra Wind Amphibious RV (starting at $850,000) is every bit as amazing as it sounds. One part decked-out motor home, one part crazy-looking-lake-going-vessel, the RV is the sort of excessive splurge that only an Uncrate reader could get behind. A few of the features include GPS, tons of leather, DVD/VHS/CD players, all major appliances (fridge, washer/dryer, etc.), an 8-jet whirlpool tub, marble floors and shower, a 42-inch Plasma TV, and a 6-foot swim deck that's perfect for fishing.