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Half Full Glass

A full glass of optimism! Is your glass half full or half empty? If you are like most people, you are never quite sure. But this clever 7-ounce glass reminds you that Half Full is youŽll always find refreshment. So drink up, any way you look at it. This Double-wall borosilicate glass is permanently marked "Half Full" and "Half Empty." 7 oz glass. Great gift idea, comes packed in a colorful protective giftbox.



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PORSCHE DESIGN KNIFE

With its sober, classy and functional design these are the beautiful pocket knives designed by Porsche Design and manufactured by specialists Wenger who have the tradition of swiss army knifes and using the finest materials. This is the Porsche Design P3700, it measures 3.25" and weighs 3.8 Ounces....
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100 CONTEMPORARY CONCRETE BUILDINGS

Concrete is one of the noble materials of contemporary architecture, this new book by Taschen called 100 Contemporary Concrete Buildings features the most exciting projects behind the contemporary concrete trend. The two-volume book highlights the best concrete work in recent years by star Architects such as Zaha Hadid and Herzog & de Meuron, to rising stars of the international scene such as James Turrell and Rudy Ricciotti. Available for purchase in Eur...
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Sony Hi-Res USB Turntable

The new Sony PS-HX500 Hi-Res USB Turntable lets you convert your vinyl collection to lossless, high-res audio files and play them for personal use on virtually any digital device you own. It features a built-in analog-to-digital converter to capture every aspect of the vinyl and turn it into high-resolution tracks in either native DSD or WAV files. Simply connect it to your PC or Mac with a USB cable and record your vinyl as high-resolution audio tracks. This is a g...
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