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Slice & Serve | Bread And Cheese Board

Slice & Serve is an award winning Bread and Cheese Board by Joseph Joseph. Slice & Serve performs several functions, it comprises an attractive, high-quality beech board, a melamine tray, and a removable condiment dish. The board is reversible, the smooth side is ideal for serving cheese or desserts, the other side with crumb-catching grooves, is perfectly suited to cutting bread, which can then be served with some olive oil or butter in the dish.



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DOMINO CLOCK | BY CARBON | Image

DOMINO CLOCK | BY CARBON

The Domino Clock by carbon Design Group takes a simple and iconic object and transforms it into a new way to tell time. The concept is simple. Three larger-than-life dominoes are equipped with articulating "dots” that flip back-and-forth between black and white to keep time. They hang on the wall or stand free, very cool....
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BOLTWELL SURVIVAL KITS

While you never know when disaster may strike, you can always be prepared for it. Bad stuff happens, so be prepared for any possible scenario with these awesome Boltwell Survival Kits and get ready for large catastrophes and small emergencies. Choose from a range of survival kits including, the Earthquake kit, Fire Safety kit, Car kit, Pet kit, or the Foundation kit which includes enough for two to make it through a 72-hour emergency. Learn more from Boltwell, or...
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TETHER | SAVE YOUR STEMWARE

We love a clever, simple idea, specially if it brings a solution for our everyday problems. How annoying is it placing wine glasses in the dishwasher? It is a risky business. Well we present you...Tether! a flexible plastic rod that stabilizes your stemware as it goes through the cycle. Wow! so simple, why didnīt we think of this before......
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