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"It could happen, you're cooking a turkey and through series of mishaps it ends up stuck on your head. This mask recreates that experience without the danger of salmonella. Think about wandering out of the kitchen on any holiday with a turkey wedged on your head. The laughter might never stop. This is the mask that every chef needs to bring the house down during big family meals. Latex. Fits most adult heads."
A man is attempting to walk across the Irish Sea - in a human HAMSTER WHEEL. Chris Todd, 35, from Bromham, Wiltshire, will zig-zag 66 miles across open water for two days non-stop. He will power his metal wheel - which he calls a Tredalo - by walking on wire mesh, with two floats either side to act as stabilisers. Todd still hopes to raise £20,000 for charity, and plans on making another attempt at the crossing later this month. He will consume a whopping 30 litres of water and munch the equivalent of 60 Mars bars to keep energy levels up. Donations can be made through his website.
This set of eight miniature die-cast miniature vehicles features a selection of 077′s most memorable vehicles—the Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger, the BMW Z3 from GoldenEye, the Aston Martin DBS from Casino Royale, the Little Nellie from You Only Live Twice, the Jaguar XKR from Die Another Day, the Lotus Esprit Underwater from The Spy Who Loved Me, the Rolls Royce III from Goldfinger, and the Space Shuttle from Moonraker.
"Riders pass through openings in a waterfall created by precisely monitoring their path via axel-housed encoders, creating the thrill of narrowly escaping obstacles."
The Bicymple is a simple unicycle which removing the chain, a CroMo steel frame that is just two simple bars that run above and between the two wheel, which is a working prototype created by Josh Bechtel of Scalyfish Designs .
"By removing the chain, the number of moving parts and overall complexity is significantly reduced. A direct-drive, freewheeling hub joins the crank arm axis with the rear-wheel axis, shortening the wheelbase and minimizing the design. "