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Bombwatcher Surfboard Chairs

Bombwatcher Surfboard Chairs are unique fold-to-flat surfboard styled chairs. Designed by Clinton Underwood in Cocoa Beach, Florida, the beautifully handcrafted chairs are very strong and durable. The chairs feature an exclusive and innovative folding design, making them easy to carry and store. You can choose from several styles or even make a custom order.



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SEASCAPE RETREAT

Designed by Patterson Associates Architects, the Seascape Retreat is a nomadīs dream come true. Located on a rock escarpment in a tiny boulder strewn in New Zealandīs South Pacific cove, the romantic beachside cottage was built using only locally sourced materials, and includes only a lobby, living/sleeping room, small kitchen and a bathroom, all with breathtaking views of the beautiful surroundings. Located in a remote landscape, the house is accessible only by far...
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PINETTI WINE RACK

At first glance, the Pinetti Wine Rack looks like any other ordinary wine rack, but if you take a closer look, the wine bottles vanish whilst stored inside the rack! The clever optical-illusion is the brainchild of illusionist and magician Tony Potter whom has turned his passion to woodworking. The clever invention is an interesting conversation piece and is bound to make your friends believe they’re already drunk. Unfortunately, like all magic tricks, the explanati...
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BBQ BRANDING IRON

If you havenīt picked up anything for Fatherīs day, then check out this cool BBQ Branding Iron for personalized grilling. The kit includes a Metal branding iron with wooden handle plus every letter of the alphabet, along with extras and spacers, for branding outgoing messages on every piece of meat that leaves your grill, the only creative limit is your own imagination. source1  source2...
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