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Line Bar | By Nathan Yong

The Line Bar is a wine cellar designed by Singaporean designer Nathan Yong, inspired furniture and radios from the 1960s. This cabinet combines modern design with smooth functionality. It features two drawers with leather pulls, three open cubbies, a storage rack for stemware and a storage rack for 12 bottles.



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LIFESAVER BOTTLE | PORTABLE WATER FILTER | Image

LIFESAVER BOTTLE | PORTABLE WATER FILTER

The Lifesaver Bottle is an essential device for your adventures. The portable water filter eliminates all bacteria, viruses, cysts, parasites, fungi and all other microbiological waterborne pathogens from water without the aid of chemicals, the retention rate is 99.99 percent effective! The world´s first all-in-one ultra filtration water bottle has no need for power and is very easy to use, simply dip the bottle in the nearest water source (pond, river, puddle…) and...
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LOTUS BELLE TENT

Lotus Belle are makers of beautiful handmade glamping tents, combining the best qualities of the bell tent and the yurt. Made from high-quality canvas the tents are waterproof and feature zipable mesh windows and mesh screens that make it virtually insect proof. The Tent is available in 13ft or in 16ft, and is customizable on request, you can can attach a swamp cooler for the heat or a wood burning stove for the colder months. The tents are perfect for use as a gues...
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ROLL-UP BOARD GAMES

Designed in Germany by backpacker specialists Sondergut, these Hand-sewn genuine leather game boards are perfect for traveling. You can choose from the Roll-Up Chess Game, or the Roll-Up Backgammon Game, both sets include all the play stones you need for action, and when finished, simply store the pieces neatly into the zippered pocket for safe and reliable storage. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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