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Beer Leather Holster

In the spirit of the Wild West, this holster keeps your beer ready for a quick draw whenever the thirst arises. Made of rugged leather, it snaps onto any standard belt and the adjustable nylon strap wraps around the thigh for additional support. A fun accessory for parties and tailgates, it also makes a convenient holder when you need your hands free for grill duty.



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MIXFADER

Mixing requires a certain manual dexterity, difficult to reproduce on a tactile surface, but with Mixfader you can computerize your vinyl turntable with all the essential elements required to mix the perfect music. The ultra portable DJ crossfader connects to your smartphone or tablet and allows you to perfect your mixing and scratching techniques anywhere and anytime, with an intuitive and incredibly powerful solution that meets professional requirements! watch the...
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THE ART OF LEGO SCALE MODELING

The Art of LEGO Scale Modeling is a new book that displays amazing creations by Lego fans all over the world. The 204-page hardcover book features high-quality original photography of the great custom builds, with great detailing, and accuracy, everything from trucks, ships, planes to cranes, to military vehicles and trains, showing the artistry and skill that went in to building each one. All builds are intricately detailed and often times it’s hard to tell the mod...
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ICEHOTEL 25TH EDITION | SWEDEN

Need to chill? If so you have to check in this Swedish Icehotel. Located in the northern part of the country, in a small village that goes by the name of Jukkasjärvi, the hotel is rebuilt every year, this is going to be it´s 25th edition. They get about 50 000 visitors per season, most of them go for the tranquility and to see the amazing northern lights. The hotel is built using 1000 tons of ice they get from the Torne river and about 30,000 tons of snice (a mix of...
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