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Amazing Multi-tool Black Axe

This is one amazing gadget you will want to own if you love camping or hunting. This is so handy even MacGyver would want to get is hands on one of these. Named Mo-tool Axe, it´s a multiple tool in one handsome package. It has Screwdrivers, blades, knives, a can opener, wire cutter, pliers, file, wrench! The ultimate multi-tool for hunting, camping and survival.



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GRAYL WATER PURIFIER

Grayl is a portable water purification bottle that lets you purify and drink the water out of a river in 15 seconds! Simply scoop water up in the cup, plunge the innovative water filter through the canister (operates like a French press), and you’ve got a pint(16 ounces) of clean drinking water in seconds, clear of bacteria, parasites, heavy metals, chemicals, and other nasty things. Learn more from Grayl, or purchase now from Amazon...
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CANTILEVERED RESTAURANT

Tall Arquitectos from Mexico, have released renderings that depict Bire Bitori, a luxury diner and cocktail bar embedded in the rock face of a beautiful natural landscape high above Mexico’s stunning Copper Canyon. The heart-stopping proposal allows guests to enjoy an "over the air" experience, with nothing but a vast glass bottom underneath! The precarious cantilevered position of the building and the picture windows would grant diners wonderful panoramic views of ...
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Designed by Apple in California

Apples´s new product is a book dedicated to the past, "Designed by Apple in California" examines 20 years of innovation through 450 pages of photographs of some of the company’s most iconic products, from the original iMac to the Apple Pencil. Jony Ive, Apple’s chief design officer, says the book is dedicated to the memory of Steve Jobs, and examines and details Apple’s design process and displays finished products in a minimal, clean look characteristic of the...
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