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Mira Beer Growler

The new MIRA Beer Growler keeps your favorite brewskie cold for up to 24 hours! The double walled, vacuum insulated bottle is made with high quality 18/8 stainless steel, is BPA free, and is sealed with an air-tight, screw-on seal on top. With a 64oz capacity, it holds enough drink for a crowd, and its wide mouth makes for easy pouring, drinking, and cleaning. It can also keep hot beverages (a soup, hot cocoa, or a cup of coffee) steaming for up to 12 hours.



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VINOICE | CHILLER & WINE POURER | Image

VINOICE | CHILLER & WINE POURER

Remember the Corkcicle Wine Chiller? a handy device for chilling wine from the inside? Well, the cool new Vinoice is a more sophisticated version and one-ups the Corkcicle by doing the same thing but it also features a drip free spout. Simply place the stainless steel chill rod in the freezer for 30 minutes before use, then place it in the bottle, this will keep your wine at an optimum drinking temperature for up to one hour. No more worrying about the ice bucket! v...
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BALLS OF STEEL | WHISKEY DRINK COOLERS | Image

BALLS OF STEEL | WHISKEY DRINK COOLERS

Balls of Steel are premium drink coolers for whiskey, wine or spirits. They are made from the highest quality stainless steel(no effect on the taste or flavor of your drink) and keep your drink at the right temperature without diluting it. Balls of Steel supports testicular cancer cure research, for each unit sold, the company donates a high percentage of profits to the MD Anderson Cancer Center. watch the video Also check out ROX the eternal ice cube,...
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ALONE ON THE ICE

"Alone on Ice" is known as the greatest survival story in the history of exploration, the gripping account is told by award-winning writer and adventurer David Roberts. In 1913, Douglas Mawson, leader of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, alone and near starvation, does a ninety-five-mile trek across Antarctic ice after the death of his companions and the loss of most of his provisions. Mawson defied the odds and cheated death, he battled hunger, insanity, and d...
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