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Philips Pasta Maker

Pasta lovers rejoice! you can now make your own fresh pasta at home thanks to this new Philips Pasta Maker. The handy kitchen contraption spits out your choice of pasta, simply add the ingredients, choose from one of the four included discs that determine the pasta shape(penne, fettuccine, spaghetti and lasagna) and in 15 minutes or less youŽll have your tasty pasta ready to enjoy.



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SERIES II EXPEDITION TENT | Image

SERIES II EXPEDITION TENT

The Series II expedition tent by Redverz gear features a unique design, it provides a sheltered bay that allows you to rest in peace whilst your motorbike or bicycle hides safely from prying eyes. It also gives riders a work space for tune ups. The tent sleeps 2 adults and offers enough headroom to stand up and comfortably change or store gear. Watch the video...
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DIY Tiny House

EDC lovers rejoice, you can now purchase this how-to manual ($99) in PDF format to build your own tiny house on wheels! Built on a 16 foot trailer, the Bunk Box is a unique energy-efficient tiny house with 125 square feet on the main floor, and an additional 72 square feet in the sleeping loft. The plans include clear instructions and detailed drawings of the interior and exterior, suggested materials, electrical plan, product details, and traile...
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TOASTBAGS | BY BOSKA HOLLAND | Image

TOASTBAGS | BY BOSKA HOLLAND

How annoying is melted cheese all over your toaster? Dutch company Boska invented a clever solution, the ToastBags! The bags make it easy to make a sandwich in your toaster, and clean! there are no remains of melted cheese or crumbs left behind. In a very simple procedure, make your sandwich, put it in the ToastBag and place it in the toaster, in about three minutes you have a delicious sandwich. Crispy with melted cheese or other ingredients of your choice. It give...
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