METAL VIPP KITCHEN MODULES

Need to take control of your kitchen design? If you are a fan of the minimalist style, you can take a look at these Vipp kitchen modules.The frame of the main module is made from powder-coated aluminum, the fronts  and handles of the cabinets are made from powder-coated stainless steel, and the table top is made from a massive 5 mm thick piece of stainless steel, featuring a welded, fully integrated sink and four integrated gas burners with steel knobs. Since the whole module is made from metal, when you are cooking you don’t have to worry that you can burn or melt something around you.

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SHIRT SHUTTLE

Do you enjoy a good morning cycle, hard workout at the gym, or a long haul flight, but get annoyed that you have to iron your shirt when you get to your destination?  The Shirt Shuttle could be your perfect travel companion for a “crease free commute”.

SeaDoo GTX Limited is 260

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to skim across the water at 100km/h while being exhilaratingly close to the  edge?  The SeaDoo GTX iS 260 is the latest toy for you this summer. It is a luxury watercraft in every sense of the word, boasting a list of features sure to make it the envy of every other jet ski on the market today. With independent suspension, you get is the smoothest, most satisfying ride you’ve ever experienced, allowing you to ride longer and more comfortably. The GTX also features the worlds first on water brake. Available now Downunder.

AUDI RS3

The RS 3 arrives with a unique front fascia, sporting larger air inlets to keep the car’s engine and brakes cool.  The overall look isn’t radically different from the standard A3, but the changes are enough to let you no this isn’t just any ordinary hatchback.

Beneath the RS 3′s hood resides the same 2.5L turbocharged five-cylinder used in the TT RS.  Power is rated at 340 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque, but the RS 3 Sportback still returns a respectable 25.85mpg.

That power is routed through  Audi’s seven-speed S tronic gearbox, arriving at all four wheels via Quattro all-wheel drive.  The RS 3′s performance is brisk, with the sprint from 0-62 taking just 4.6 seconds. From $99,900

www.audi.co.nz