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Extend A Step | Telescoping Ladder

We are in storage mode again... after recently showing you the very clever Notebook Grill (folding, portable charcoal grill) and the Fold-It Utility Cart (a heavy duty folding cart that allows for easy storage) we now show you the clever Extend a Step, a 12.5 Ft. Telescoping Ladder! The heavy duty ladder is made of aircraft quality aluminum and features a compact, lightweight design. Extend a Step measures 2.5 feet when closed and telescopes to a mighty 12.5 feet when fully extended. It is rated for up to 330 pounds!




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SCRUBBA WASH BAG | Image

SCRUBBA WASH BAG

The Scrubba is the first pocket-sized "washing machine"! Washing clothes is one of the least favorite tasks of the household chores, and even more when you´re traveling or camping in remote areas. Scrubba is a portable "washing machine" that will get you out of trouble without using many resources, the revolutionary bag has a key feature, the flexible internal washboard that allows machine quality wash in minutes. Simply add water, laundry liquid and clothing, then ...
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GAIVOTA ROCKING CHAIR

The classic Gaivota Rocking Chair, winner of various design awards, was revamped by Brazilian designer Reno Bonzon. With an ergonomic design the sleek, contemporary rocking chair with rounded shapes has been designed to be comfortable whatever the size of the person sitting. This beautiful piece of furniture is available from Bodie and Fou....
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BOOKBIKE | BY BYOGRAFIA

Showcase your prized bike at home with the cool Bookbike by Italian design studio BYografia. The original piece of furniture is divided into two sections, on one side a typical shelving unit for keeping your belongings, the other craftily holds your bike. The unit comes complete with adjustable hooks to fit any size bicycle. Also check out a similar option, "Shoes Books and a Bike"...
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