RaceChair: A perfect gift for dad this Father’s Day


Father’s day is just around the corner and we are all flocking malls and other shops just to grab a gift for our beloved dad.

Well, men will be men and in one time or another men have dreamed of being able to speed their cars up to the maximum, even to the extent of pushing the pedal to the metal on their street cars.

Speed has always been an escape for men and dad’s fantasy may have, in one way or another, included drives in a Ferrari or any race car, even driving one of the fastest unu roller scooters has been a fantasy for them.

We can’t afford to buy dad a Ferrari, but what we can do is provide him a seat that combines racing and comfort at the same time.

Presenting the RaceChairs.

These chairs are not your common seats. The company has chairs available from Porsche, Lamborghini, Bentley, Maserati and Ferrari.

Most of the chairs provided by the company are bucket seats, or the ones that they use in racing. The latter provides comfort and keeps the driver in place when speeding through tight turns. Dad can create this fantasy by seating on the RaceChair and swiveling himself in a circle.

Unfortunately, this comes with a cost. A single RaceChair will cost you around $7,000 – $25,000 depending on the seat brand make.

Isn’t it great to see a smile on dad’s face? Let’s ask our dad then!

Image Source: pitstop.intro-techautomotive.com


Need For Speed SHIFT parks in your iPhones

Electronic Arts released its latest iPhone game off from the full-blow Xbox 360, PS3 and PC game Need for Speed SHIFT today!

You can get the Need for Speed SHIFT app in iTunes for $9.99.

With 20 licensed cars like the Lamborghini Gallardo and Pagani Zonda, and 18 different tracks to race on, its not that hard to become addicted to this game. Gamers beat the clock and race across three different locations; Chicago, Tokyo and London.

Like its console counterpart, the Need for Speed SHIFT game for iPhones shows a simulated cockpit view, unlike other similar racing titles like Gameloft’s Asphalt and Ferrari. Also, the iPhone version retains the reliance on stat tracking for aggression and precision during races.

Players can steer the cars using the Accelerometer while breaking can be done by touching anywhere on the screen. The game also accelerates automatically so that’s one less to worry about. Drifting can be done by jerking the device in the direction of the bend. 🙂

Source: http://www.gamepro.com/article/news/213307/need-for-speed-shift-now-available-for-iphone/

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