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Folding Beach Chair & Roller Cart

By: on July 06, 2017
$81.99
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This folding beach chair and roller cart has it all: room for your gear and room for your rear. Fishermen, beachgoers, and festival regulars can haul their blankets, coolers, and other outing necessities (i.e., fiber optic dance whips) dolly-style with the cart tipped onto its oversized wheels. Then tilt the nylon fabric pouch forward and unfold the base bar, and your cart becomes an equally useful low chair.

The chaircart's handle doubles as a mount for a flip-out, adjustable sun visor when you need some shade. When not in use the apparatus folds completely flat for storage. Its red or blue nylon cover is washable.

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Stargaze Swinging & Reclining Camp Chair

$219.95 from NEMO Equipment »

Lean back, take a sway to and fro', and have a little look at the night sky with NEMO's Stargaze reclining camp chair. A portable seat that swings & leans, leans & swings, the Stargaze looks to help you relax after a...

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TRITON - Human Gills

Discontinued

TRITON, the human gills design concept I showed you dudes here 2 years ago (and which many of you had mucho to say about in our comments section) is running a crowdfunding campaign to actually produce the equpiment. TRITONs....

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Emperor 1510 Workstation

$5,950 from MWE Lab »

The pinnacle of functionality and comfort and it looks like a scorpion? At nearly $6,000, the Emperor 1510 workstation may require a CEO-sized wallet for purchase, but given that owning one may actually make me want...

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Wearable Chairless Chair

By: Noonee »

Welp, at least with the wearable Chairless Chair you'll never have to worry about someone stealing your seat. Or forgetting to save you one. Or expecting you to stand for the entirety of their lecture about your inability...

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aRks 3D Printed Bikinis

aRks 3D has prototyped a series of 3D printed bikinis they call Coral. And I know what all the dudes out there are thinking: that's some Coral I'd sure like to come across in the ocean. In stark contrast what's running...

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Igloo Trailmate All-Terrain Cooler

$199.99 from Amazon »

When you're done tearing through trails and drinking up the adrenaline rush, and are ready to chill out at the beach and drink up a cold beer, trade in the ATV for the ATC: Igloo's Trailmate all-terrain cooler. The 70-quart...

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EROVR 10-in-1 Transformable Cart

$195 from indiegogo »

The EROVR pretty much has every last bit of crap you might need to lug around covered with its Optimus Prime-level transformation abilities. This versatile cart shifts and clicks through 10 different modes that tweak...

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mPosition Mobile Workstation

Would making spreadsheets, dialing in to meetings, and replying to 979 emails per day be less excruciating if you could do it from a desk chair that could double as the pilot's seat on Musk's first spaceship to Mars?...

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Chill Sack 8-Foot Bean Bag Chair

$380.18 from Amazon »

They call it the Chill Sack only to avoid the lawyers' C&D letter or profit-sharing demands from a major corporation. But you can go ahead and call this giant 8-foot bean bag chair built for two (or three!) like it is:...

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The Wonder Cart Table & Beach Cart

$44.44 from Amazon »

Calling this beach gear cart and table combo The Wonder Cart might be a bit of an overstatement. Sure, it's handy to be able to use the carrier to schlep all your towels and floats to the perfect spot, and then flip it...

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Skull Armchair

By: Harow »

Another supervillain yahtzee! This black skull armchair was the one prop missing from my master plan to raise an army of babies and eliminate all cats and bike lanes from my township! The only downside is that it does...

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STCKBLS Stackable & Expandable BBQ Grill System

$325 - $399 from STCKBLS »

The guys who created STCKBLS could be equal parts foodie and roadie. Their new stackable, modular BBQ grill system looks like a tower of amps coming in, and cooks like a gas grill turned up to eleven...no, twelve thousand...