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Tapi | Tap Squeeze Drink Fountain

Tapi, manufactured by Australians Dreamfarm, transforms your ordinary tap water into a fun fountain without disturbing the normal flow of water! Simply press the base of the Tapi to cause water to rise. Those who have children should know how hard it is to make them brush their teeth without complaining. Perhaps this is the solution. Watch out for the waste of water!



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COOLEST COOLER

A new product is taking Kickstarter by storm, with a staggering $5Mil raised, and still 43 days to go, the Coolest Cooler is set to break all the popular crowndfunding website´s records. Dubbed the cooler for the 21st century, the Coolest is packed with a bevy of features including: a built-in ice crushing blender, waterproof Bluetooth speaker, waterproof USB charger, integrated bottle opener, integrated LED lid light, a cooler divider/cutting board, gear tie-down t...
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REFLECTIVE ROPE | BY NITE IZE

When camping out in the wild and in low light areas you have enough hazards to navigate without worrying about losing sight of what you´ve got tied down. The Nite Ize reflective rope is made with sturdy nylon and has a special reflective strip woven into it that reflects brightly when light is shined onto it, increasing safety for you and the people around you on the camping site....
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WIRRA WILLA PAVILION

The stunning Wirra Willa Pavilion designed by Matthew Woodward Architecture is the perfect weekend retreat. Located in Somersby, NSW, Australia, on an 80-acre property, the tiny house is only 72 square meters (775 sq.ft) in size, and weightlessly cantilevers over the adjacent natural lily pond, creating a scene straight from a Monet painting, and giving guests the sensation of walking on water. Although small, there is still room for sleeping, a bathroom, kitchen an...
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