Spider-Man debut edition comic fetches $454,100 at auction

Spider-Man debut edition comic fetches $454,100 at auction

How much could you spend for a rare comic of your favorite superhero, Spider-Man? Probably, not a whopping $400,000. But an anonymous comics collector has actually purchased Spider-Man debut edition comic for a record $454,100 dollars. It is considered to be the highest price collected at public auction for a Spider-Man comic (as before this, near-mint copy of the same comic reportedly fetched $1.1 million in a private sale in 2011).

Kreoo’s Kora bathtub carved with one continual block of marble

Kreoo Kora bathtub at Salone del Mobile 2016

Combining elegance, simplicity and functionality in one design, Kora bathtub by Italian marble company Kreoo cleverly adds some musical touch to your bathing experience. Carved from a single block of marble, the elliptical bathtub is named after ‘kora’- a harmonious musical instrument of West Africa. In bathroom the music refers to the sound of water. This means its hollow shape will enhance sound of water in the tub, making you feel that you’re soaking within some natural pool.

KarTent: Disposable tent withstands three days of constant rain

KarTent Cardboard Tent

If you’re a regular music festival goer, then you may have seen people (or probably you’re equally guilty of) leaving the temporary tent behind after the event. This leads to huge amount of wastage- as the ditched tents are destined for landfills. To combat the problem, Dutch start-up company KarTent has found a 100-percent recyclable solution in form of a cardboard tent. But wait, can this cardboard shelter survive in a rainy day?

Nissan self-parking chairs automatically skitter under desks

Nissan self-parking chairs automatically skitter under desks

While automatic vehicles are making buzz in the industry, Nissan has come up with something more practical and convenient for smart offices- the Okamura Chairs. Well, these are Intelligent Parking Chairs designed by Nissan engineers in collaboration with the BIRDMAN creative team. Inspired by the Japanese car maker’s high-tech intelligent park assist technology, these conceptual chair are able to detect their target position under the desks.

Terrier Tank: Swiss Army Knife of combat vehicles

Terrier- Swiss Army Knife of combat vehicles

If you loved Sherp ATV, the all-terrain monster truck which we showed you here couple of days back, here is an another beast for you to admire. BAE Systems, British multinational defense company has unveiled its upgraded combat vehicle which is packed with infinite number of gadgets. Called Terrier tank, the 32-ton remote-controlled British beast is described as the ‘Swiss Army Knife’ of combat vehicles. Originally unveiled back in 2013, it was designed for the British Army as part of a £360m project with the UK government’s Ministry of Defense. It comes packed with various attachments that can dig channels, drill holes, clear obstacles and lift objects.

Artist James Rice turns spare spoons into intricate motorcycles

James Rice Spoon Motorcycles_10

People often have lot of spoons in their house, some are used daily but rest of them keep lying in drawers or cabinets unattended for years. American artist James Rice reshapes such unused spoons into intricate motorcycles, which have brought his art a lot of attention from the internet. His latest creation is the award-winning Bagger motorcycle that’s completely handmade out of stainless steel, just like his other automotive creations.

Magic Fireplace by Safretti literally sets the water on fire

Magic Fireplace by Safretti

All our lives we’ve seen water suppressing fire, but Safretti surely wants to change that with its mesmerizing Magic Fireplace, which can literally set the water on fire. No Kidding! The astonishing fireplace is actually an electric burner that runs on water, instead of bio-ethanol. One can light up the burner on a real line of fire effects, using its unusual patented technology. The illusive flames look so real that one cannot distinguish it from real fire.

Princess Yachts teams with Cayago for special edition water toys

Princess Yachts and Cayago unveils Seabob water toys

Princess Yachts, British luxury yacht manufacturer is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year. To commemorate this special occasion, the company has teamed up with Cayago AG to create two luxury water toys. Cayago is based in Stuttgart, Germany and is known to build luxury waterscooters, Seabob, boat toys and yachting toys. Christened Lady `65 and Cubic `65, the two specifically crafted SEABOB F5 S editions perfectly complement the Princess 50th Anniversary Limited Edition collection.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF8 takes selfies better than a smartphone

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF8

Most people nowadays are addicted to the so called ‘selfie trend.’ The very first thing that comes to our mind when we think about selfies is a smartphone. But Panasonic surely wants to change that with the latest Lumix DMC-GF8 camera that’s inclined towards selfie-lovers. With its 16-megapixel sensor and interchangeable-lenses, the mirrorless camera is capable of taking better images compared to a smartphone.

This watch by Armin Strom contains drops of world’s oldest cognac

Armin Strom teams with Wealth Solutions for cognac watch

Armin Strom, a high luxury watch manufacturer based in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland has teamed up with corporate collector Wealth Solutions to design a very unusual timepiece. Scheduled to make its debut during Baselworld 2016, the limited edition watch contains drops of the world’s oldest cognac. The movement of the Armin Strom’s cognac watch features a small capsule containing a 1762 Gautier Cognac. Reckoned to be the world’s oldest Cognac sold at auction, the rare spirit bottle was opened by Wealth Solutions in November 2015 to celebrate its partnership with Armin Storm.

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