Perfect for towing behind your Cayenne, H2, Escalade, or other luxury SUV, the Tabbert Paganini ($55,000) is a 28-foot wonder of RV opulence. The roughly 4,500 lb. beauty features a streamlined, grey and black exterior, with interior features like mahogany wood, ambient lighting, LED spotlights, integrated A/C channels, leather upholstery, and more. It's the luxury yacht of the road. [Thanks, Sam]
This Outdoor MealKit ($25) from Design Within Reach packs "everything you need to enjoy a three-course meal on the go." Tucked into its triangular compartment are two plates, a cup with lid, a colander/cutting board, a water box for whatever and a spork. Who the hell knows why you'd need all of that stuff on the go, but good scouts come prepared.
It's January: your motivation to eat better and be healthier is at its peak. While you're making time to hit the gym, make sure you're getting the nutrients and fuel your body needs. Care/of takes the guesswork out of finding the right vitamins and supplements for your individual needs. After a short quiz about your diet and health concerns, they recommend the vitamins you need and deliver a month's supply directly to your door in convenient, travel-friendly daily packets. Plus, they even have your name on them. It's an easy health hack if you're focused on taking care of yourself this year.
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When Casper entered the mattress market a few years ago, they changed the mattress industry. And now, after 30 engineering improvements and nearly half a million happy customers, the Casper mattress is more breathable and comfortable than ever. Each mattress is made of multiple layers of foam, including one for support and pressure relief, and one to make sure you sleep cool and comfortable. It's all wrapped up in a durable woven cover, and shipped right to your door in a box that's easy to maneuver into even the smallest homes or apartments. You get 100 nights to try it out and can return it for free if you're not satisfied.
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Ditch your car's unwieldy (and sometimes unsafe) mini-jack and pick up a Titan Exhaust Air Jack ($120 and up). Available in three sizes, the Titan uses a hose connected to your car's exhaust pipe to inflate smoothly and quickly, lifting your vehicle up to 30 inches off the ground, and giving you plenty of space to work. It can stay inflated for up to 45 minutes, and can deflate in just 5 seconds, getting you back on the road in no time.
Get the most out of the last few lazy summer days with this Inflatable Floating Pool Cooler ($29). The brew-ready raft has an insulated center compartment with room for 18 cans (or 12 cans with ice) and 6 numbered cup holders for keeping track of which one is yours.