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Netted Cocoon Hammock

If you have ever camped close to a lake during summer, mosquitos are abundant, the importance of a netted cocoon hammock will be immediately clear. The hammock has a fine mesh canopy that provides complete coverage not only from mosquitos, but bugs and other outdoor pests. The net features dual-sided zipper for easy entry and exit, and has two pockets inside for conveniently storing your mobile phone or a book. The net supports up to 400 lbs and can easily fit 2 people.




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FADEOUT CHAIR | BY NENDO | Image

FADEOUT CHAIR | BY NENDO

This is a very cool idea by Nendo, the appropriately named "Fadeout chair" has legs that seem to gently disappear s though the chair stands in a pool of mist or fog. The chairís back and seat are wooden, and the clear acrylic legs are specially painted by craftsmen so that the wood grain appears to gradually fade away. Very clever...
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MR PIP DOUBLE CROSS DICE GAME

Liarīs dice is one of the most popular games in the world, where two or more players require the ability to deceive and detect an opponents deception. Mr. Pipís Double Cross is a new spin on the bluffing dice game, it combines smart design features, a beautiful iconic form, and high quality materials, resulting in a stunning functional decor piece that you can display with pride on your shelves and not in your cupboard. Out-think, out-lie, and out-bluff in this fast...
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PIGGYBACK RIDER

The Piggyback Rider is an enjoyable, effortless way to carry a child (2.5+ years / up to 60lbs) on your back, replacing bulky backpack carriers and strollers, you can enjoy long walks without worrying about your toddler getting tired. The Piggyback Rider is referred to as the next step after your child outgrows a traditional child carrier backpack, the unique kid carrier features a non-skid foot bar for a child to stand on, a safety harness and handles for a kid to ...
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