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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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WORK DESKS

With more people working from home everyday, the workspace becomes a very important aspect of our daily lives. There are many great designs, and a lot of different materials that compose a beautiful work desk. After the jump, find 9 of our favorite work desk options in a range of prices, some suited only for large spaces, others for use in limited space. Also check out our roundup on Home Office Pods...
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60 WARREN STREET | TRIBECA NEW YORK | Image

60 WARREN STREET | TRIBECA NEW YORK

Check out this utterly insane $28 million 5-storey townhouse in the sky, built on the roof of an old industrial building. One entire floor is dedicated to the master bedroom suite.It has 5-storeys, 10,911 square feet (1,014 square meters),7 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, 3 Half Bathrooms,3 large terraces, 1 Roof Garden, Full floor master suite, 1,000 bottle wine cellar, Rooftop gym, Private elevator to connect floors, Library, Media room/Home theatre and a Jacuzzi room. Sou...
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MAGISSO TEACUP

Another great, practical way of drinking your tea. The Magisso Teacup cleverly streamlines brewing and drinking hot tea into one task. Designed by Laura Bougdanos, this ingenious little tilting teacup is very easy to use. Simply put loose tea in the strainer, fill with water and then tilt the cup the opposite direction....
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