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Holiday gifts …

 … for those who have everything

Super Falcon
This 22-foot, two-person submersible uses a single propeller to “tumble and roll to depths of 1,000 feet” while its “reinforced cockpits” offer panoramic views.
Price: $1.5 million
Contact: Deepflight.com
Source:
Men’s Journal

Foldable rubber keyboard
Coffee spills and crumbs suddenly seem a lot less worrying. This smooth silicon keyboard wipes clean with a damp cloth, and is so thin it can be rolled up and taken on the go.
Price: $45
Contact: Conranusa.com
Source:
New York

Interactive Recreational Entertainment Vessel (iREV)
“Looking startlingly like a flying saucer,” the iREV is actually a boat that comes complete with an umbrella, a charcoal grill, and a 500-watt music system with satellite radio. Seats 10.
Price: $24,000
Contact: Motothority.com/products
Source:
Wired

Pet Portrait
When a photograph just isn’t enough, capture Fido’s spirit and personality with a custom pet portrait made with watercolor, pencil, and ink.
Price: $200
Contact: Happymenocal.com
Source:
Town & Country

Icon A5 Aircraft
“Forget the his and hers towel set.” Surprise the missus with a “luxury aircraft built for two.” Constructed with lightweight carbon fiber, the flying machine includes spiffy “James Bond–like” features and comes with FAA-certified Sport Pilot training for two.
Price: $250,000
Source:
CNNmoney.com

Little Horn Speakers
These “bookshelf-appropriate,” custom-made speakers, from Chicago’s Specimen instrument shop, combine modern technology with the gorgeous aesthetic of vintage gramophones.
Price: $1,850 a pair
Contact: Littlehornspeakers.com
Source:
I.D. magazine

Teepee
Why bother with a tent when you can “make like Pocahontas” and “pitch a teepee”? This 15-foot-tall teepee features a sewn-in floor liner as well as a top that “opens up for stargazing.”
Price: $2,200
Contact: Dwr.com
Source:
The Wall Street Journal magazine

Visionaire electric calendar
Visionaire, a magazine that changes format with each issue, has “published” the 75th as a digital desk calendar featuring new artwork each day. Different days were designed by such talents as photographer Mario Testino, fashion designer Marc Jacobs, and architect Zaha Hadid. Price: $295
Contact: Visionaireworld.com
Source:
Vanity Fair

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