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Ravi | Instant Wine Chiller

One for the wine connoisseurs...Ravi, is a clever device that instantly chills your wine from room temperature to its ideal serving temperature. Anyone who enjoys a good glass of wine knows the importance of temperature in the resulting flavor of the wine. With Ravi, wine is chilled instantly, just as it’s being served. Watch the video



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SLIPSTREAM

"The Netflix of adventure films" is finally here! With more than 300 adventure films and exclusive access to pay-per-view movies, Slipstream is the video streaming site for the outdoors-film junkie. Slipstream puts all the adrenaline-filled, outdoor stoke you could want in one place for just $4.99/month. The platform is available on all the standard platforms: smart TV, mobile, tablet or desktop device, and includes hundreds of action sports films with categories su...
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UIIO WINE PURIFIER

Love wine but hate the headaches? Get Ullo! Ullo is a wine purifier and aerator. It features a special filter, with a patented polymer inside that dramatically decreases sulfites in the wine you drink. Remember that sulfites are the wines´ preservatives that are present in every bottle, but once you open it you no longer need them, and researchers found out that it´s this component that is largely responsible for the headaches you can get when moderately enjoying th...
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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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