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James Bond Cars

The new book James Bond Cars pays tribute to the legendary cars and vehicles that have starred alongside the world´s most famous agent in so many unforgettable stunts and races. The 192-page book is illustrated with many stunning photographs and technical information on the cars and the stunts in the movies. From the iconic Aston Martin DB5, to the aquatic Lotus Esprit, to the BMW Z3 Roadster and the Rolls-Royce Phantom, to the latest movie Spectre´s spectacular Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75.

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PORSCHE DESIGN KNIFE | Image

PORSCHE DESIGN KNIFE

With its sober, classy and functional design these are the beautiful pocket knives designed by Porsche Design and manufactured by specialists Wenger who have the tradition of swiss army knifes and using the finest materials. This is the Porsche Design P3700, it measures 3.25" and weighs 3.8 Ounces....
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WHISKEY BULLETS

Who knew you could keep your favorite drinks chilled to the perfect temperature with bullets? These original Whiskey Bullets are made of stainless steel and can be used to chill your whiskey, scotch, vodka, white wine, and more. Add three chilled bullets to your next dram, let stand for 5 minutes and enjoy. They will not have effect on the taste or flavor of your drink and will keep it at the right temperature for longer, and without diluting it. Cylinder not i...
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EVERLAND HOTEL PARIS | ONE ROOM HOTEL WITH FRONT ROW VIEWS OF THE EIFFEL TOWER | Image

EVERLAND HOTEL PARIS | ONE ROOM HOTEL WITH FRONT ROW VIEWS OF THE EIFFEL TOWER

Everland Hotel was designed by Swiss architects Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann, the hotel is located in spectacular places around the world. In todays post, we feature the Hotel Everland in Paris, which is actually a hotel room with a spectacular view of the City of Lights. Initially located above the Gallery of Contemporary Art Leipzig, the 10 tonnes "capsule" was moved onto the roof of the Palais de Tokyo, with the help of a 20 ton crane....
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