Table for two? This pricey train trip will have you wishing you never have to get off.
Most watches that claim total accuracy are linked up to a clock in the U.S. Naval Observatory, where the Time Service Department keeps our national time. Not the Cesium 133
If only it came equipped with a tiny grappling hook and a laser cutter to boot.
Strand Craft announces a luxury tender for your yacht that doubles as a hovercraft and, supposedly, a hydrofoil.
Get your pearl and onyx checkered flag ready because a luxurious new supercar is racing into town.
Imagine a giant circle that sprays water at you from different directions while you stand in it. In your mind's eye you are picturing a shower aren't you? This loop is indeed a shower, but I believe it would prefer it if you called it a "shower system."
Bike riding is a great way to stay in shape while getting to where you want to go without polluting the environment. But what if you're a rich one-percenter who can't stand the thought of mingling with the masses? Then this blinged-out Cadillac Escalade provides an excellent way to stay trim, while your chauffeur drives you around.
Because you like to spit in the face of economic tumult, and you know that every new shiny object brings a geek good luck, this holiday gift-giving season may turn out to be your most extravagant. So here we present to you the finest list of the most unapologetically indulgent gifts sure to break the bank. (Hey, we already showed you the cheap gifts still worth a look, anyway.)
The SonicStar supersonic business jet concept looks like it fell out of the long and pointy tree and hit every branch on the way down. It looks the way it does for a very good reason: it's designed to travel quietly and efficiently at Mach 3.5, which gets you from London to Los Angeles so fast that you'll barely have time to get fed up with the in-flight movie.
When I was in college, Greyhound was a necessary evil. Generally, I just sucked it up and suffered through the three hour trip from Maine to Boston (where the girls were), but it was pretty miserable. Japan, though, has managed to turn bus travel into what looks like first-class air travel, with extreme luxury seat modules that they call cocoons.