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Chalkboard Slate Coasters | Keep Track Of Your Drink

With these Chalk it Up Chalkboard Slate Coasters, no more... "which is my glass?" or " whose glass is this?" you can now keep track of your drink, you will never have to worry about whose drink is whose. The coasters are personalized with guests names at dinner parties, just write on the slate with the provided chalk. You can then easily clean them with a damp sponge for the next happy hour session. Set comes complete with four slate coasters, two pieces of chalk and gift packaging.



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ComFour DJ Stand

"Com.Four" by Hoerboard is the latest addition to their DJ workstation family. This time they have ignored their traditional contemporary style and given the Com.Four a retro twist, combining beautiful mid-century design with functionality and storage space. It offers space for approximately 350 records and is available in a choice of black or matte white. You can configure your own DJ Table, choosing your favorite color, house your turntable in battl...
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SOMABAR ROBOTIC BARTENDER

So you love cocktails, but canīt be bothered to make them, meet your new best friend - Somabar. Making cocktails requires time and preparation, but with Somabar you can make delicious craft cocktails in under five seconds! The countertop device is very simple to use, simply fill the pods with your favorite ingredients, choose  the drink you want from the accompanying app, and thats pretty much it, Somabar does the rest! No more shakers, bar spoons, measuring cu...
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GEORGE LUCAS A LIFE

George Lucas: A Life is the long-awaited life-story of the cinema legend and Star Wars creator. This is the first biography of the director to encompass the Star Wars prequels and everything that followed, such as the blockbuster series with Indiana Jones. The book takes us back to 1977, where a problem-plagued, budget-straining independent science-fiction film opened in a mere thirty-two American movie theaters. That was of course The Star Wars, now one of the most...
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