Wally Hermès WHY Yacht

A private island is one of the most popular purchases among the world's über-rich, but unfortunately they tend to be stationary. Wally and Hermès teamed up to solve this problem, and the Wally Hermès WHY Yacht ($TBA) is the result. This floating island offers a host of unusual, elegant features such as a 200 square meter master suit with its own 25 meter-wide terrace, five guest suites, a 30 meter "beach" on the ocean-accessible stern, a screening room, music room, open dining room, and a 25m pool around the helipad, as well as a host of green features, including 900 square meters of solar panels, and a diesel-electric propulsion system that, in conjunction with the unique design, saves up to 200 tons of diesel per year. [Thanks, Aaron]

  • Worksman Bike

    With classic looks and solid construction, the Worksman Bike ($700) is a no-nonsense ride you can depend upon for years to come. Once used to deliver Good Humor bars and handcrafted in New York since the late 1800s, this cruiser-style bicycle features a fully-lugged steel frame, front fork, and coaster brake, heavy-duty rims, upright handle bards, a rear cargo rack, padded hand grips and a comfy, ergonomic seat. For maximum versatility, grab the saddle bag ($65), bike horn ($20), and bullet headlight ($50) as well.

  • Air Board

    While it's not quite as simple (or cool) as a real Hoverboard, the Air Board ($14,000) is actually available. This gasoline-powered personal hovercraft features a 1.3 gallon capacity for up to one hour of riding time, a top speed of around 15 mph, the ability to run over concrete, asphalt, grass, or shallow wet areas, aluminum, an aluminum frame with fiberglass, a high-impact plastic shell, and rubber surround, and skateboard-style steering. Beware Florida residents: you'll have to pony up sales tax if you want an Air Board to call your own.

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