stuff we drool about

Digital Peephole Viewer | By Brinno

The Brinno Digital Peephole Viewer is a digital magic eye, for those that have very small openings on their door, this clever gadget letīs you see who is the other side. Instead of those distorted images, this little device provides a digital image on your screen,it has a 1.3 megapixel camera. There is even the option to zoom, so you can better examine the faces of visitors. The machine is not on all the time, you must push a button and wait 10 seconds for the image to appear on the screen. Runs on two AA batteries.



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2013 FATHERS DAY GIFT IDEAS | Image

2013 FATHERS DAY GIFT IDEAS

During this week we shall be giving you some ideas for Fatherīs day Gifts. We rounded up a random list of some of our favorite products we have posted over the last year. Stay tuned for more gift ideas. Check out some more photos and product details after the jump... ...
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AUTO UNION TYPE C 1/2 SCALE PEDAL CAR | Image

AUTO UNION TYPE C 1/2 SCALE PEDAL CAR

For those not familiar with this wonderful car, itīs the Audi Auto Union Type C, that back in 1936, managed 10 victories in track and mountain. But what you see here is a limited edition replica of the legendary Auto Union Type C, a 1:2 scale pedal kart. Completely handmade, with over 900 individual parts, aluminum structure, drive pedal with 7 gears, handbrake with lock function and dual hydraulic disc. Nice Toy!...
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ENVELOP DESK | BY HERMAN MILLER | Image

ENVELOP DESK | BY HERMAN MILLER

The first table designed to work with your chair and your body to help you have a greater ergonomic comfort. Envelop Desk is minimalist, elegant and harmonizes perfectly as a standalone desktop at home or office. Designed for use with an ergonomic chair, the Envelop Desk provides support in any seated position. Itīs top, with a cutout "U" fits perfectly around the body of the user, who simply "dresses" the table....
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