Daily Archives: January 2, 2012

Earth Roamer XV-JP

Where Modern Civilization Meets The Road

Trekking through the Costa Rican rain forest with nothing but a hammock and the Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Series Parang works if you’re traveling solo but not so much when you’ve got the girlfriend tagging along. When you want to go off the grid without completely roughing it, the Earth Roamer XV-JP ($110,000) is the vehicle for you. Built on a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4WD Unlimited platform, the Earth Roamer XV-JP has off-road capability while still providing the comforts of a queen size bed, forced air furnace, electric fan, refrigerator/freezer, and an indoor shower and toilet. We’re pretty sure that there isn’t a greater romantic gesture than providing indoor plumbing in the middle of the jungle. Happy trails.

Rolex Daytona Watch

Timeless Time Piece

As a status symbol yourself don’t be surprised if Rolex approaches you to wear theirs. The Rolex Daytona Stainless Steel Watch ($13,000) has become an icon within their already iconic brand. The rare Zenith movement, state-of-the-art chronograph, sapphire crystal and stainless steel bezel have everything to do with it. The bezel itself can be used as a tachymeter to calculate speed by measuring elapsed time over a pre-determined distance. Which may come in handy when you’re trying to improve your race time against the cheetah in your wildcat sanctuary.

James Law’s Cybertecture Mirror

Who’s The Fairest Of Them All?

When you have a mug as captivating as yours it’s only natural to spend hours gazing at it. Thanks to the Cybertecture Mirror by James Law you never have to stop. The 800 x 500 x 50 mm pane of glass augments your enchanted reflection with news, weather, email, social network updates, and even TV. It features 10 Watt stereo speakers, WiFi, waterproofing and fog-resistant glass. A wireless peripheral sensor pad calculates and displays personal health information like percentage of body fat, muscle, bone mass and body weight. Of course, a temple like yours will be off the charts.

Umbra Fish Hotel

Mid-Century Mod For Your Cod

While you’ve been busy developing land up and down the coast, your pet goldfish’s digs may have been overlooked. A homely little bowl for your aquatic roommate isn’t acceptable when you’re building swanky ocean front condos for yourself. Upgrade to an architectural fish habitat that reflects your real estate aspirations. Umbra's Modular Fish Hotel ($55.00) is a classy aquarium that features a square glass bowl framed by a glossy white façade and asymmetrical windows. Stack two to create a high-rise. It’s guaranteed to increase property values on your bookshelf.