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Two Person 60 MPH Hovercraft

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.

  • Skycar Prototype

    The Neiman Marcus annual Christmas Book always has pricey stuff — but this year's is a little out of hand. Among the gifts is the M400 Skycar prototype ($3.5 million), the world's first personal vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft designed to be used as reliably as a car. It travels at 350 miles per hour and gets better gas mileage than most SUVs — 21 miles per gallon. And since it runs on alcohol, which is a cleaner fuel than gasoline, it's also safer for the environment than your Hummer. Oh, and the buyer must clear regulatory requirements, including International Traffic in Arms Regulations and Federal Aviation Administration authorization.

  • 118 Wallypower Yacht

    Every once in a while we'll come across something that is so damn cool we can't help but tell you about it — no matter how much it costs. This is one of those items. The 118 Wallypower from Wally (starting at $16.55 million) is the coolest boat we've ever seen that wasn't flying a skull and crossbones. The high-performance superyacht features a master bedroom, two guest rooms, a professional kitchen, and a huge dining/seating area. It's 118 feet long, and boasts over 16,000 horsepower for speeds up to 70 mph. Do we really need to say more? [Thanks, Kristiano]