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Jan 25, 2012 09:06 PM ET // Alice Truong
Just because you're in the middle of the Pacific Ocean doesn't mean you can't have a hot meal. The Floating Flamer brings the barbecue to you when you're off kayaking, swimming or hanging out with dolphin friends. READ MORE: How to Use Liquid Nitrogen to Make the Perfect Hamburger The buoyant grill...
May 9, 2012 04:45 PM ET // Derek Markham
There's a new breed of boats for river rats, and it promises a more visceral, in your face, duck's eye view of whitewater. Instead of sitting in or on the boat, you lie on it, face-first. Meet the Bellyak. This innovative boat is the idea of the son of Perception Kayak founder Bill Masters, so [...]
Jul 28, 2011 06:45 PM ET // Alice Truong
Next time you're about to go for a dive, bring this Ikelite case along with your Nikon and air tank. The waterproof polycarbonate case keeps your SLR (built specifically for the Nikon D5100, sorry Canon folks) dry up to 60 meters (that's 200 feet, for us Americans). It's built to be durable and cor...
Jul 20, 2011 02:02 PM ET // Alice Truong
Looks like a standard pair of goggles, right? Only they're made with fish scales. After all, you strive to be fishlike in the water. As part of a design project called Fish Feast, Erik de Laurens, a graduate of the Royal College of Art, made goggles, glasses and cups with a plastic material he crea...
Jun 15, 2012 10:55 AM ET // Alexander Davies
No, this man is not a cyborg. He's wearing the Powerbreather, a new kind of snorkel designed for swimmers. It has a number of advantages over the traditional snorkel: the double barrel setup includes two check valves (one on the top of the head, where air comes in, and one at the mouth), to block [...
Dec 15, 2011 11:00 AM ET // Alice Truong
Eco-minded boating enthusiasts will be thrilled to learn that for a paltry $300,000, they can own the MIG 675, a vessel that uses water as fuel. What efficiency, right? With a hydrogen generator on board, LUXURY's MIG 675 harvests hydrogen from surrounding seawater, Gizmag reports. This powers not ...
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