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Christmas Gift Guide

Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO

Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO

Hairmax

Hairmax

Custom cases

Custom cases

Gamut

Gamut

iRobotics 7

Scoot in style

Piaggio MP3

Ninebot

Virzoom

Virzoom

Blueair

Blueair

Astell & Kern

HyperSound Clear speakers

AKG N90Q

Snouza Pico

Oura

Oura

Fiera

Fiera

BMW i8

BMW i8

Flynn!

Yamaha's $16,000 FX Cruiser SVHO can go 70 mph. Standing still.

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There's a phone cubby, but mine didn't fit.

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Hairmax's laser hair growth system costs $800.

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Results are not guaranteed.

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For when rose gold isn't distinguished enough. Left: Logo in Sapphires, $10,000. Right: Leopard print in gold, $8,000.

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Phone cases made from slaughtered animals cost $200 and up, and include python, stingray and ostritch.

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Gamut Audio out of Denmark makes expensive audio gear.

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And chairs. Here's me learning the whole system costs $60,000.

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Luraco's $8,500 iRobotics 7 massage chair is so good, I stayed in it until I turned 80. And female.

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Vespas are known as cheap wheels, but not the $11,000 Armani 946.

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The three-wheeled Piaggio MP3 goes for $8,000. I call it Robotface.

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If one wheel's enough for you, hop on a $800 Ninebot. For liability reasons, they wouldn't let me :(

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Virtual reality pedaling with the $400 Virzoom bike is my speed.

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Dive Pegasus!

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Blueair's aware air-quality cleaner and monitor cleans up stink for $700.

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Results not guaranteed.

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Astell & Kern's all-copper high-res audio player with headphone amp bathes your ears in $5,000 worth of heavy metal. Or Steely Dan.

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Say what? Turtle Beach's HyperSound Clear speakers, designed to help people with hearing loss, start at $1,500.

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The $1,500 AKG N90Q active noise-canceling self-calibrating cans sound so good, I grew a beard (and got 10 years younger).

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The Snouza Pico monitor asks $150 to reassure you your kid is still alive. Or breathing, at least.

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The $280 Oura ring monitors sleep patterns.

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The app then suggests stuff like "get more sleep."

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If too much sleep IS the problem, Fiera's "arouser for her" is one possible solution.

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The arouser applies suction and stimulation to her clitoris. It's $250. I have nothing else to say.

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At $140,000, the BMW i8 is a somewhat larger investment in arousal.

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I was just happy they let me sit inside.

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Thanks for letting me play with all the luxury gadgets, RJ Mitte of "Breaking Bad"! Sure was fun.

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