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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 cups, or recipe books. watch the video

Somabar will eventually cost $699, but you can pre-order yours now for $399 over at Kickstarter.




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SURF SHACKS

Indoek is a popular surf culture blog, over the years they have visited the dwellings of countless surfers from all over the world. Surf Shacks is a compilation of these welcoming encounters, and celebrates the surfing world’s creative individuals, their beloved homes, and how they live their lives outside of the swell. The coffee table book is filled with beautiful images revealing a more personal side to surfing and its eclectic cast of characters. But beware, thi...
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MIDNIGHT SCOOP

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THE BEER MOTH

The Beer Moth is a unique accommodation in the Scottish countryside, it lives on the Inshriach House grounds, and is one of three unusual holiday options out in the woods around the property. The Beer Moth, is a restored 1954 Commer fire Service truck converted into luxurious camping for two, and can be moved around the estate. It features a tiny kitchen, oak parquet floor, a wood-burning stove, a Victorian double bed, and a side panel that rolls up offering amazing...
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