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George & Willy Fire Starter

George & Willy Fire Starter is a device developed to make firestarting a simple and effortless task. Inspired by whalers method, it uses a porous ceramic stone, that is normally soaked in some kind of burning fat kept in its storage unit, like lamp oil, which you can easily purchase at your local hardware store, just light it with a match and place it under the wood or coal you want to burn and thatīs it. Itīll burn from 15 to 20 minutes, enough to light what you need. Itīs time saving, has a success rate of 100%, it doesnīt make any mess and itīs a real alternative to kindling. watch the video



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CHALKBOARD BRUSH-ON PAINT

Remember Ideapaint, the paint that turns your entire wall into a whiteboard? Another cool product is the Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Paint, a writable, erasable chalkboard paint finish that inspires creativity! The paint converts any surface into an usable chalkboard surface. The matte finish provides a fun and functional chalkboard that erases cleanly. Great for kids projects!...
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DUELL PIGGY BANK

Duell is a multiple award winning design by Konstantin Slawinski, the double piggy bank turns saving into a game! Duell features two compartments and allows the user to compete and decide between two options, all you have to do is write the inscriptions below the two slits in the box. Choose your dilemma! cinema vs. restaurant, saving vs. spending......
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SPAGHETTI MEASURE | BY JOSEPH JOSEPH

With itīs cool telescopic action, this Spaghetti measure provides an adjustable portion guide for one to four servings. Produced by Joseph Joseph, the spaghetti measure features a lever that glides along the side of the disc, opening the aperture to control the portion sizes....
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