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Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer

Dyson has revealed its first personal care product, the impressive Supersonic - a lighter, safer, and quieter hair dryer. After four years in development, several prototypes, and many engineers working on it, Dyson have re-thought the hair dryer, from the inside out. The Dyson Supersonic has a thirteen-blade axial flow impeller balanced inside the handle, spinning at up to 110,000 times per minute. The almost silent device has reduced motor vibration and intelligent heat control, which helps prevent extreme heat damage, to protect natural shine. Several accessories are available, including a concentrator, smoothing nozzle, and diffuser, that attach using a magnetic ring. watch the video below



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ESCAPE MOBILE CABIN

Ever dreamt of escaping to one of the wonderful remote cabin´s we have featured before? Meet "Escape", a beautifully crafted and efficiently designed cabin that could make your dream an affordable reality. Technically classified as a Park Model RV, the mobile home can be delivered to any place you wish as a fully-complete living solution. The environmentally & energy-conscious one bedroom cabin comes complete with fireplace, full kitchen, glass wall, walk-in sho...
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STORMTROOPER HELMET

Star Wars Fans rejoice! ANOVOS — makers of highly-detailed, movie-accurate props, is now taking discounted pre-orders for this spectacular, completely authentic 1:1 scale, life-size helmet of the First Order Stormtrooper’s helmet, from the upcoming (December 18 release) Star Wars movie: The Force Awakens. Get ready to crush the Resistance! via (starwars , technabob)...
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RECORD DISPLAY I

Record Display I is a beautifully handmade vinyl record display built with solid walnut, and with brass details, by Japanese furniture maker Kai Takeshima in Montreal, Canada. Finished with oil for a sleek look, the elegant display features six different compartments capable of holding approximately 290 records in total, helping you keep your precious collection organized, accessible, and appreciated....
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