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Stelton Ship Lamp

The beautiful Stelton Ship´s Lamp, was created in 1990 by Copenhagen-born designer Erik Magnussen. The classic ship´s lantern features a minimalist and cylindrical design keeping the wind out. Made from satin polished stainless steel, the lamp burns for approximately 18 hours on one filling of smokeless and odorless oil. Nice decor piece for the house, boat or garden.




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AERO CABINET

Symbol Audio are a New York company that design and handcraft modern audio & entertainment consoles and vinyl LP storage cabinets. Each SYMBOL piece is handmade to order, and their new AERO cabinet program is a unique alternative to the mass produced entertainment cabinets and audio racks currently available. The innovative system lets you configure your own custom cabinet according to your specific storage and component requirements, whether you need an integra...
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LEAF HOUSE

Leaf House lets you set your own cabin any place in the great outdoors! The company based in Canada, specializes in making tiny portable houses that are built on trailer ranging from 16´ to 20´ in length, and made with reclaimed materials, natural finishes, and ecologically friendly building products. Each portable home is custom made to the exact specifications of the owner, features full amenities and is insulated for severe winter climates. The Leaf tiny houses t...
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LIGHTHOUSE 250 | LANTERN + USB POWER HUB

The Lighthouse 250 Lantern by Goal Zero is an essential piece of equipment for any outdoorsman. Not only is it a powerful lantern but also a USB Power Hub, allowing you to charge small handheld devices thanks to a built-in USB port. The handy device is capable of beaming 250 lumens of bright, LED light, has up to 48 hour run time, and is quickly recharged from USB, solar or using the included hand crank. watch the video...
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