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Lookout House | By Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects

Stunning renovation by Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects studio, a house originally from 1979 located in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Besides the renovation, an extension has been done to the house itself. The main feature has to be the amazing open space indoor swimming pool. The house has renewable materials like bamboo floors and eco-friendly paints and finishes.



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ARTIC FORCE SNOWBALL BLASTER | Image

ARTIC FORCE SNOWBALL BLASTER

The Arctic Force Snowball Blaster is designed to both make and launch snowballs, the removable three-ball snowball press on top lets you pack three perfectly spherical snowballs. When ready, pull back the slingshot mechanism and blast away the competition in your next snowball fight! The Snow Blaster can shoot snowballs up to 80 feet! making you the "deadliest” weapon on the hill. watch the video Available for purchase in Europe here Also check out the Cro...
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HOOKEYCHAIN MAGNET

How simple and practical can an idea be...the "Hookeychain Magnet" combines all functions of a keychain, a magnet and a hook. Eliminate the annoying and time-consuming searches for your keys, simply place the hookeychain magnet against the fridge or any metal cabinet....
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STEVE JOBS HYPER REALISTIC COLLECTIBLE FIGURE | Image

STEVE JOBS HYPER REALISTIC COLLECTIBLE FIGURE

Occasionally we post about some original toys, we recently posted a very cool, hyper realistic Batman collectible figure. The hyper realistic collectible figure of the legendary Steve Jobs is set to start shipping worldwide on late Feb. 2012. The figure includes a realistic head sculpt, two pairs of glasses, a highly articulated body, three pairs of hands, a black turtleneck, one pair of blue jeans, and one pair of black socks and sneakers. Hurry and get yours befor...
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