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The Porthole

The Porthole is the name of the glass infuser for liquids designed by Crucial Detail design studio in Chicago. It was a very successful project on crowdfunding site Kickstarter. Made of iron and glass, the beautiful infusion vessel can be used to make all kinds of drinks, but also as a work of art. Cocktails, salad dressings, coffee, tea and other infusions, all this can be done with The Porthole vessel. Just load it with fruit, herbs or whatever else you want, press the glass plates against one another and pour the liquid through the opening.

The product received an investment of $736,000 trough backers on Kickstarter. To better understand why it was such a success, watch the video after the jump.

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Bamboo and Stainless Steel Bar Set

Cedes Milano has over thirty years of experience in the luxury sector and in high-quality manufacturing, they manufacture natural products with emphasises on the natural elegance of raw materials, such as travel accessories, personal care products and home accessories, all 100% handmade piece by piece. One of their most impressive offerings is this sublime Bamboo and Stainless Steel Bar Set, it has everything a bartender needs to mix and prepare cocktails. Housed in...
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This is one of those "why didnīt i think of that?" ideas...The Mirror Clearer is a clever product created by German designer Dewa Bleisinger. Like many products that are created to solve problems, the mirror clearer was created in response to the annoying problem of fogged up mirrors. All you need to do is attach the device to the mirror via a suction cup and swipe the add-on wiper, voila! a clear mirror for shaving or admiring your beautiful self again. ...
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Usit is a beautifully designed two-in-one solution, an elegant chair that doubles as a stepladder. The innovative Usit was created by Dutch designer Maarten Olden, and is available in a two-step version for use as a chair, or in a three-step version for use as a high stool. It can also be used as a stable ladder, it features spacious steps with non-slip grooves, and although collapsible, the Usit doesnīt have to be packed away after use. The hybrid piece of furnitur...
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