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Plum Wine Appliance

Plum is a state-of-the-art wine appliance that preserves your favorite bottles for up to 90 days, plus it keeps them at the perfect temperature to be served. You can store two different bottles within its two separate compartments and you can have a chilled white in one side and a warmer red on the other. It uses high-tech cameras that instantly recognize the label of the bottle and adjust it to the winemaker’s suggested temperature. It also features a touchscreen that will display your bottle’s label and with one tap on it you get one serving in your glass. Make no mistake, this is a high end product, designed to enhance your wine tasting experience for days after you’ve opened your bottle. It features two potent needles that can perforate any artificial or natural cork or even metal, and instantly after the serving the bottle is inflated with a neutral gas for preservation. watch the video below



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POOL BALL CANDLE HOLDER | Image

POOL BALL CANDLE HOLDER

This cool vintage-style billiard rack candle holder features 10 pool balls that hold ten tealights, creating a warm glow in the darkest of man caves. Made of painted metal with vintage finishing, this unique candle holder is perfect for the bachelor pad. via More details at atwestend, or purchase now directly from amazon...
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DRESS FOR DINNER NAPKINS | BY HECTOR SERRANO | Image

DRESS FOR DINNER NAPKINS | BY HECTOR SERRANO

Spanish designer Héctor Serrano gives a new twist to common objects. Héctor´s products are those objects that make us say: "Why didn´t I think of that?". Here we feature one of is very popular designs, the "Dress for Dinner Napkins", the original napkins come in a set and are available in a variety of styles and colors. Great gift idea....
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WEEKEND CABIN | THE HEMLOFT | Image

WEEKEND CABIN | THE HEMLOFT

The Hemloft is a self-funded secret creation by Joel Allen, a Canadian software developer-turned-carpenter. The beautiful egg-shaped house is a tree-house retreat in Whistler, Canada. It hangs on a precipitous slope, in a towering stand of Hemlocks, about a five minute walk from the nearest road. Joe also created a website for "The Hemloft" you can read his interesting story, from becoming a carpenter, to finding the perfect spot and tree, and funding...
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