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PLAYA VIK | SPECTACULAR VILLA FOR RENT IN URUGUAY

This is a truly remarkable private retreat on the beach in the village of Faro Jose Ignacio, Uruguay. The house is 20 miles from Punta del Este, it was designed by Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott, who has designed some of the world´s most famous structures, including the Paris Opera House. The Playa Vik is one of his rare residential projects, besides the amazing views overlooking the South Atlantic, the house combines contemporary decor with an artistic touch. The site has six individual houses for guests who want total exclusivity.



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TIMBUK2 X BLUE BOTTLE TRAVEL COFFEE KIT | Image

TIMBUK2 X BLUE BOTTLE TRAVEL COFFEE KIT

San Francisco-based bag maker Timbuk2 have teamed up with fellow neighbors Blue Bottle Coffee to create this awesome Travel Coffee Kit for the coffee obsessive urban traveler. Whether your gearing up for a weekend adventure, a surf session or camping trip, this elegant kit includes literally everything needed to brew on-the-go. The stylish Timbuk2 travel bag includes compartments for coffee beans, a Porlex coffee grinder, Bonmac dripper and filters, two enamelware c...
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ECOOL | UNDERGROUND BEER COOLER | Image

ECOOL | UNDERGROUND BEER COOLER

eCool is a beer cooler for the environmentally conscious! The clever contraption requires no power to operate, simply bury the cylindrical cooling system in the ground and let the soil cool your beer in an environmentally friendly way. Whenever you need a beer, simply use the manual hand-crank and send one up top. Holds 24 cans....
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CORKCICLE | WINE CHILLER | Image

CORKCICLE | WINE CHILLER

Enjoying a good wine is always a moment of pleasure. The only thing that is not cool, is when your wine is not at the right  temperature. Thats when Corkcicle comes in, with a very stylish design, made from gel, just leave it in the freezer for at least 2 hours and then put it into your wine. Then just wash and reuse again and again. Simply brilliant idea. Watch the video ...
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