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The Aussie’s love Australian wines and so it’s not at all surprising that
their national airline thought to install a high-end wine vending machine within
the Business Class Lounge in Sydney Airport, dispensing both sips and full pours
of high-end Australian red and white wines.
The catch for this grape
loving vending machine, is you pay with airline miles. Thirsty travelers can
swipe their frequent flier membership cards, and then select their pour and wine
choice. A taste of the Margaret River Icon will set you back 800 points, while
a half-pour of the infamous Penfold’s Grange will set you back 6,500 points. In
real terms, that bottle would probably cost you over $500.
Currently in operation at the Sydney Airport’s Qantas Business Class
Lounge, the airline will definitely be rolling it out to other lounges
across the country if it proves to be successful. We’d totally hit this up for a
sip or three while waiting around for our flight, wouldn’t you?
Always known as a unique design, steps up its conspicuous-game this weekend
with a , three colorways of the neo-classic hoops model inspired by Kevin
Durant, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and their otherworldly physical
Today we take another look at all three, so let’s start off with the Nike
Zoom Hyperflight X-ray. Modeled after Kobe Bryant’s game — more
specifically, his unparalleledawareness and court vision — the shoe dons green-and-black x-ray imagery on the
singular glossy upper, with solid green on the side-piecing and black through
the inner-lining and tongue.
The Nike Zoom Hyperflight X-ray release date is slated for Friday,
March 29th, with retail set for $150.
Nike Zoom Hyperflight PRM
29 March 2013