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Seamless & Steadfast Enamelware

Best Made Company have dedicated their existence to equipping customers with quality tools they can use and pass down for generations, such as this beautiful enamelware collection. All items are developed using World War Two era machinery and feature Best Made´s renowned "Famous X" directly baked on every piece insuring a smooth, long-lasting, and seamless finish.



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STINGRAY 7-IN-1 BBQ MULTI-TOOL | Image

STINGRAY 7-IN-1 BBQ MULTI-TOOL

Stingray BBQ is the ultimate tool for grilling and flipping without the need to change the tool in your hand, leaving the other hand available to hold your cold one. Features include a tong, a fork, a spatula, a toothed tong, a launch control fork release, a bottle opener, rubber pads on handles for better grip, and a locking system for safe storage. No more worries about storing all those barbecuing tools. watch the video Learn more from TNK, or pick one up ...
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HOW MUSIC GOT FREE

Named one of Time magazine’s best books of 2015 so far, How Music Got Free is a story about greed, friendship, genius, stupidity and music piracy. In the gripping book, author Stephen Witt tells the fascinating story of pirated music, from the German audio engineers who invented the mp3, to the story of Dell Glover, a worker in a compact-disc manufacturing plant, with access to new albums who leaked nearly 2,000 of them over the course of a decade, to the story of a...
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The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees

The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees is a tale of craftsmanship for nature lovers, and about the joy of making things in wood. The fascinating read tells the story of how one individual (Rob Penn) cut down a single ash tree to see how many things could be crafted from it. In the book, Rob talks about the therapeutic value of working with wood, the joy of making things in wood, of its touch and smell, its many uses, and the resonant, calming effect of running our han...
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