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Stanley Adventure Percolator

The Stanley Adventure Percolator is a new way to get old school brewed coffee when youre getting your outdoorsy moment. Made from stainless steel, strong, durable and rust free, its the modern way of getting a cowboy style cup of Joe. Large enough to make 6 pots at a time, its regular and understated look reminds us of the days when function ruled over form, so it looks rather simple while featuring a sturdy and rugged style. With a silicone heat resistant grip and a steel brewing basket, you can put it right in the fire, because its all steel made. You may also use it as a cooking pot, just take the brewing basket out and you get an 8 cup capacity to cook or heat your food.



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MAKE YOUR MARK

Make Your Mark is a new addition to 99Us popular book series, this is a business book for makers, not managers. What sets the businesses that succeed apart? The book features insights from 21 entrepreneurs and designers from companies such as Behance, Google, Adobe, Dodocase, Facebook, Warby Parker and other bright minds, that share their startup wisdom. Make Your Mark will arm you with practical insights for launching a purpose-driven business, refining your produ...
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RECYCLED SKATEBOARD GUITARS

The first electric guitar was born in the 40s and the birth of the Skateboard back in the 70s, 40 years later they have merged to give birth to the SkateGuitar! They are designed and made entirely by hand in Buenos Aires by artist Ezequiel Galasso and Gianfranco de Gennaro, a professional skateboarder and musician. SkateGuitars play pitch perfect and respond magically to different microphones. They are developed from reclaimed skateboard decks and each and every o...
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LUXURY ANANTARA KIHAVAH VILLAS | MALDIVES

The one and only Anantara Kihavah Resort in the Maldives, an island nation largely untouched, just over 400 miles from Sri Lanka. The resort is tucked away in Baa Atoll with a wide range of marine life and magnificent coral reefs. Each of the 78 villas by the sea or on the water have private infinity edge pools, wood decks to sunbathe and outdoor showers. The resort offers everything, from yoga to windsurfing, through cooking classes taught by local chefs, and a spe...
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