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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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ARTIC FORCE SNOWBALL BLASTER | Image

ARTIC FORCE SNOWBALL BLASTER

The Arctic Force Snowball Blaster is designed to both make and launch snowballs, the removable three-ball snowball press on top lets you pack three perfectly spherical snowballs. When ready, pull back the slingshot mechanism and blast away the competition in your next snowball fight! The Snow Blaster can shoot snowballs up to 80 feet! making you the "deadliest” weapon on the hill. watch the video Available for purchase in Europe here Also check out the Cro...
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THOR ICE SCRAPER

With blistering cold sweeping across the country, the Thor ice scraper by Quirky, might just be what your looking for. With a innovative double-blade design, Thor lets you grip it with both hands, giving you more leverage and less strain when scraping ice from your windshield. It features a telescoping arm, helping you reach every spot on your car, and after use collapses for convenient storage. watch the video Available from Quirky or at Amazon...
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BBQ BRANDING IRON

If you haven´t picked up anything for Father´s 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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