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PHILIPS DUAL DOCKING SYSTEM | Image
$149
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Philips DC390/37 is a dual docking system for your iPod, iPhone, or iPad. It lets you play or charge up to two devices together, it also works as an alarm clock. The system is decked out in sleek aluminum casing, packs 10 watts RMS total output power and features Dynamic Bass Boost maximizing your listening enjoyment. It features a dual alarm feature allowing you to set different alarm times for weekdays and weekends.

Categories:   TECHNOLOGY  | More: Home Audio
DESERT BOOT | BY CLARKS | Image
$95
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Inspired by boots worn by British officers in World War II, the Desert Boot by Clarks is a classic. Supple full grain leather upper and genuine plantation crepe outsole. Timeless styling has remained unchanged for fifty years.

Categories:   WEAR  | More: Footwear
VANMOOF T SERIES | Image
$750
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Dutch company Vanmoof have added a new minimalist bike to their growing collection, The T Series is a compact urban cruiser designed for densely populated cityscapes. The functional and innovative bike features all the benefits and styling of a regular Vanmoof, but in a condensed package. It features a compact version of the striking aluminum Vanmoof frame, front and rear disc brakes, puncture-resistant tires, and front and rear lights by Philips. Many Vanmoof accessories are also available for the minimalist ride.

Categories:   VEHICLES  | More: Cycles
YAMAHA XS650 SCRAMBLER | BY LEFT HAND CYCLES | Image
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Left Hand Cycles is a custom bike workshop recently founded by Richard and Lex, two motorbike enthusiasts inspired by caferacing and motorcycles from the seventies. Their latest build is this Yamaha XS650 Scrambler named "The Transformer", we love the rough-round-the-edges finish appeal on this. It includes the "Acid King" transformer kit, allowing you to choose between two faces, one as industrial caferacer look(which includes rusty tank, seen on last picture) or as a gentlemens Scrambler. How cool is that?

Categories:   VEHICLES  | More: Motorcycles
URAL PATROL T SIDECAR MOTORCYCLE | Image
$12.400
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In our modern times there are to many performance superbikes and excessive displays of minimalist chrome, Russian-built Ural is a breath of motorcycling fresh air.It features an OHV air-cooled 4 cycle opposed twin cylinder engine, Brembo brakes, true reverse gear, Herzog gears, a massive sidecar storage, and more. The beauty of the Patrol T lies in the fact that it can attack almost any surface condition.

Categories:   VEHICLES  | More: Motorcycles
NORMAN CARR SAFARIS | Image
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Norman Carr Safaris are know as Zambia´s original safari company, founded by Norman Carr who pioneered walking safaris, rightly described as the ultimate way to experience the African wilderness. The company offers six camps including the "wildly luxurious” Chinzombo, compromised of six villas all with own private plunge pool, cooled sleeping areas, and massive bathroom with luxurious spa amenities. Norman Carr Safaris is one of the Eco tourism safari founders and have been leading the way in responsible tourism in Zambia for over 60 years.

Categories:   CULTURE  | More: Travel
LG RETRO CLASSIC TV | Image
$220.00
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New product with old technology. The Retro Classic TV has a 14 inch display, an antenna and chrome legs. However, it has a digital tuner, video input and remote control. So it is not quite ancient. You can still change the image from color and black and white, just for fun. So far this TV is only available in Korea and costs $220. But perhaps LG resolve to bring this retro TV to other places on the planet.

Categories:   TECHNOLOGY  | More: Tv & Video
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