Direct competitor to the DJI Phantom 3, the 3DR Solo quadcopter is a cheaper alternative and it looks a little more futuristic. However, the 3DR does not come with a built-in camera, but it does come with a FPV screen attached to the remote control. The 3DR quadcopter feature GPS, gyroscopes, return home, follow me, selfie mode, and much more. Check out at amazon.com
One of the most popular drone on the market, the DJI Phantom 3 takes things even further by giving users the latest in avionics technology. The Phantom 3 is easy to fly, it comes with a built in camera for HD video, GPS, gyroscopes, and much more. It makes the perfect gift for that quadcopter lover on your Christmas shopping list. Buy it on amazon.com or dji.com.
The Hermel Ravensburg wall clock gives any room an elegant classic look. Perfect for a modern home or vintage design. It is powered by a mechanical weight-driven movement that let’s gravity do all the work, with a power reserve of 8 days, you don’t have to worry about charging it daily or worry about expensive batteries. The clock strikes a bell at the top of every hour, giving it an even more classic feel. Buy it at amazon.com.
Here’s a beautiful yet tough Casio G-Shock “Master of G” watch, it comes in stainless steel combined with G-Shock’s famous shock-resistant body. The watch features solar power, multiple alarms, compass, altimeter, barometer, and many other useful tools for the outdoor enthusiast. The watch comes in black resin case with red highlights and stainless steel screws, pushers, and buckle on the rubber strap. [Buy It]
The Fortis Terrestis Orchestra watches are elegant and very stylish, offered in stianless steel or rose gold 40 mm cases, they come with anthracite or silver opaline domed dials with AR coated domed sapphire crystals. The watches are powered by ETA 2895-2 automatic movements which can be seen through the display case back. Prices range from $3,000 to $12,600. Via: Fortis
In the same league as the Ariel Atom, the Quantum GP700 is Australia’s answer to the lightweight and minimalist yet powerful race car for the street. Powered by a 2.7 liter supercharged engine, producing 700 HP and 482 lb-ft of torque, with a 6-speed sequential gearbox and a weight of 700 kilograms, the GP700 reaches 62 mph in 2.6 seconds and tops out at 174 mph. Priced outrageously at $700,000. Via: Autoblog