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Compact Folding Survival Bow

When the apocalypse comes, be ready to fight of those zombies with this unique and Compact Folding Survival Bow. Made from aircraft-grade aluminum and fiberglass, this thing closes down to just 23 inches, making it easy to carry around and storing in your trunk or a backpack. Weighing only 2.25 pounds, the survival bow can be carried in or strapped to just about any pack or bag, and can be adjusted to accommodate right or left handed users. Comes with its own compact and durable carrying case. via watch the video



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ICEMULE COOLERS

Now this is a really cool item! IceMule coolers! These guys started developing their concept based on the premise: "Any place you go, your cooler should go!”. The coolers on the market have to deal with several problems, the hard coolers, though effective, are not portable at all, they´re bulky and not easy to carry along. The soft ones, though portable, are not at all effective, they leak and don´t insulate well enough. The IceMule cooler is the first high-performa...
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Gravy LED Wall Sconce

The award winning Gravy LED Wall Sconce is a new home lighting device to install wherever you want or need, although its understated minimal look feels more at ease in modern decors. It uses LED technology so consumption is very low, its light is fully dimmable and the articulated swingarm will enable you to adjust and point it wherever you want to. Another cool feature is that you can customize its looks by choosing from nine different basic finishes that you can c...
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HUPOMONE RANCH

Hupomone Ranch is an original 160-acre homestead located just a few miles outside of the small Californian town of Petaluma. Designed by architecture firm Turnbull Griffin Haesloop, the property was neglected for 30 years, but has now been transformed into a stunning living space by the owners, a young family with three children. They wanted to build a barn house that would reflect their commitment to sustainable farming, that would incorporate seamlessly into the e...
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