Whether you’re hitting the park, the beach, or the trails one thing is certain, as far as your bum is concerned, a towel just isn’t going to cut it. Let’s face it, no one wants to picnic on a beach towel, and padded mats are unwieldy and inconvenient. This Rumpl Ground Cover on the other hand has us wondering where it has been all of our lives. It’s easy to pack and store and, more importantly, it’s comfortable! Now this isn’t going to give you the same sort of cushion as a full size inflatable air mattress or roll up pad, but for a day trip it’s just the thing. It ticks all of the boxes. It’s convenient and easy, it keeps you off the ground, and it offers a lot more comfort than a beach towel, and it’s comfortably sized. It’s waterproof and easy to clean. So if you’re headed on a hike, to the beach, or to a concert, etc, this is just the thing to keep you off the ground.
Rumpl Ground Cover
Tesla Limited Edition Surfboard
One of today's hottest car companies is taking it to the waters with this unique collaboration. Lost Surfboard's and world-renowned shaper Matt "Mayhem" Biolos have teamed up with Tesla to create a surfboard as beautiful and efficient as the vehicles created by Elon. Made from the same matte and gloss finishes that are used on Tesla's cars, the deck is then finished and reinforced by a light-weight "Black Dart" carbon fiber. The board can fit comfortably in Model S, Model X and the Model 3 and is limited to only 200 units. For the surfer looking for a one of a kind piece.....and they're already SOLD OUT!
ZKZM-500 Laser Assault Rifle
Resembling something out of Fortnite, the ZKZM-500 laser assault rifle is a China's latest development on the modern warfare front. The gun is capable of producing an energy beam that is undetectable by the naked eye and powerful enough to burn through a gas tank to ignite fuel and a piece of clothing in less than a second. The gun is sound-less, powered by a lithium battery, weighs less than seven pounds and is cable to fire more than 1,000 on each charge. In the event of a hostage situation it could be used to fire through windows at targets and temporarily disable the kidnappers while other units move in to rescue their captives. Dubbed a 'non-lethal' weapon, it'll be interesting to see the use cases for this this futuristic looking laser rifle. Developed by the Xi'an Institute and