Bike with an air plane engine

Red Baron Bike with an Airplane Engine

This awesome machine, named 'The Red Baron', is a custom chopper motorcycle powered by a 150bhp, nine-cylinder Rotec Radial R3600 aircraft engine. Owned by Frank Ohle. German tinkerer Frank Ohle spent 18 months bringing the Red Baron from concept to reality. The Red Baron makes a lot of noise down the road and looks impressive with its huge and all-too-powerful engine. Watch the video of it in action.

For all photography lovers

For all photography lovers, here is one piece you must have – a lens-inspired ring designed byTitanium Buzz. The ring is embedded with AF/MF autofocus toggle switch and in appearance is like the bottom side of the lens. The rings are made from zirconium. Measuring 10mm wide, the rings can be made for any size finger.

Shoe wheel

Spinning free from all traditional storage systems, the Shoe Wheel is an ingeniously designed mobile storage unit with 20 expandable pockets that can hold up to 30 pairs of shoes depending on the type. The Shoe Wheel is simple to use. Shoes are inserted into the pockets through elastic bands, which secure them snugly into place. The pockets are easily adjustable to fit a variety of shoes; sneakers, high heels and flats. Just rotate the Shoe Wheel to make a selection. $71

Lifesize Star WarsXWing Fighter

Lego has built a 1:1 scale model of the X-Wing fighter using an astounding 5,335,200 bricks! It's as big as the real thing. Gizmodo writes that “it reproduces the official $60 Lego 9493 X-Wing Fighter. But instead of being 560-pieces and a few inches long, this model uses more than five million pieces and it’s 11-feet tall and 43 feet long, with a 44-foot wingspan. Just like the real X-Wing—and 42 times the size of the commercial Lego set.”

Here are all details about the model:
Contains 5,335,200 LEGO bricks
Weighs 45,979.61 pounds (including bricks and steel infrastructure)
Height: 11 feet / 3.35 meters
Length: 43 feet / 13.1 meters
Wingspan: 44 feet / 13.44 meters
32 builders spent 17,336 hours (about 4 months) to construct

It took 32 Master LEGO builders approximately 4 months to build it to completion. LEGO unveiled this behemoth at Time Square New York 

Tea Calender

Drinking the days of the year might seem like an obscure concept, but the Tea Calendar by German tea manufacturerHaelssen and Lyon allows one to do just that by transforming each day of the year into a bag of tea. The Calendar works by simply tearing off the bag that corresponds to that particular day of the week.