Sorry, but the whole point of buying a piece of exercise equipment is that it stays in your house and you walk by it everyday thinking "today is the day". What good is it if it stays in your garage and you never see it?
Plus, can you imagine how big of an asshole someone would look like riding this down the street?
A cooler and a Razor Scooter had a baby?!? What could be cooler, right? Just about anything. The people at Cruzin' Cooler have taken a perfectly good cooler and added a motor and wheels to it. On the surface this seems like possibly the best idea ever, but the first time you bring it out you will see the glaring problem in it's design. Every time you and your sweet ride are around other people you are the beer bitch. The good news is that entry into the asshole club only starts at $349.00.
And you might be get to hang out with Ellen Degeneres. Yay?
Okay, you're probably asking yourself, "why is this here? That's a remote controlled ski boat, that's badass" and I can't disagree at all with that statement. This is easily the coolest thing we have ever featured on WBTS. If I had unlimited disposable income, an intense love for water skiing and absolutely no friends I would grab this thing in a minute. That last part of that sentence is the problem.
Look at this guy, he looks awesome. Until you find out that he paid $17,000 and has no friends. Again, this thing is really cool but I have a feeling you can get a somewhat decent boat to pull you and when you have a boat, friends come out of the woodwork. If you do decide to buy a Skier Controlled Tow Boat , make sure you pick up a copy of this for when you get home after a long day on the water.
You might not know the name ERIC STALLER, but when his secret invention gets out I'm sure you will. You see it is Mr. STALLER's mission "to cover the world with his amazing invention". By now I'm sure you seen the above picture of seven assholes rubbing their knees together while one guy steers them blindly into certain doom and thought to yourself "these morons at Who Buys This Stuff have the wrong picture", but it's not, the Conference Bike is real, and a little piece of us died when we found out people were paying 9,850 euros (thats $12,941.9150 according to Google) for these things. Holy Shit!
Maybe we are being a little harsh though. I mean the only thing better than a nice peaceful bike ride is a bike ride with 6 other jerk-offs staring at you, right? There is a even conference bike club (CoBI - Why not CBI? Because that wasn't Mr. STALLER's dream.) to further Mr. STALLER's idea of a "Tool for Communities" (seems like more a community for tools to us) Now I will admit that I am no financial planner, but I think there are much better ways to waste almost $13k and my time.