According to one of the popular income tax preparers, this year Americans are getting billions back in tax refunds. We hope you’re going to score your share.
So it’s time to dream…what will you do with your portion of America’s tax refunds? Go ahead and dream big. We have some amazing suggestions for unique gifts that let you really treat yourself.
Your golf game may not be outstanding, but you’re guaranteed to stand out with this hovercraft golf cart. It glides over sand traps and water hazards on a cushion of air as easily as it does over fairways and the rough. Its fan propels the craft, four passengers and two golf bags up to 45 mph and 9″ off the ground without harming grass, allowing immediate crossing of a pond or stream to follow-up a cross-water shot.
If you dream about traveling underwater as well as on the surface, this amphibious partially submersible watercraft provides both viewing options. Drive this craft right off a trailer and into the water without the need for a crane, tender vessel, or dock. There’s a buoyant above-water upper hull with a two-person cockpit that provides 180-degree surface views and an inverted 1.5″-thick acrylic hemisphere below that provides two additional passengers underwater views.
Perhaps your dreams include entertaining friends and family with the unique gift of professional flair. This is the computerized mixologist found at country clubs, stadium luxury suites, and fine hotels that automatically makes perfect cocktails at the touch of a button. You’re free to enjoy your guests, while users view any cocktail’s ingredients, invent new libations, and customize traditional cocktails.
And if your dreams are quite literally big, The Life Size Tyrannosaurus Skeleton spans 40′ from tail to snout. This is a life-size replica fossil skeleton of Stan, a Tyrannosaur unearthed in South Dakota in 1992. A museum-quality replica, it’s expertly crafted to impart stunning, authentic detail and would be an ideal unique gift for anyone with a penchant for paleontology or an excitement over excavations