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Focal Locus Seat

The award-winning Focal Locus Seat is a unique and hybrid seating solution, giving you the perfect balance between sitting and standing. The ergonomic seat challenges you to stay in an active seating posture, it maintains your spine in its natural alignment, significantly reducing tension in your lower back, neck and shoulders. It also helps with your circulation and reduces leg discomfort and swelling that occurs when sitting in a traditional office chair. watch the video of the Locus in action

Also by Focal, check out Mogo, the portable upright seat




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VINTAGE TRUNKS | BY RESTORATION HARDWARE | Image

VINTAGE TRUNKS | BY RESTORATION HARDWARE

Great collection by our favorite Restoration Hardware. The Richards Trunks is a English steamer trunk collection. The vintage collection was inspired by a  vintage English steamer trunk that once belonged to traveler Tom Richard. The collection features drawers, chests, trunks and a great looking desk. Check out the collection at their website. ...
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MISTER TEA INFUSER

Another fun product by Fred & Friends. Mister Tea Infuser is the ideal tea-time companion, simply fill his little silicone pants with your favorite tea, perch him in your mug and let him do his work! Great gift idea. Other cool Fred & Friends Products: Hopside down beer glass Doomed Crystal Skull shot glass ...
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CLAW BIKE WALL MOUNT

The Gladiator Claw is an advanced bike storage system for both adult and child-sized bicycles, getting them off the floor and out of the way. The convenient and flexible storage solution is constructed of high-strength plastic and capable of holding bikes up to 50 lbs, simply use the push-lock mechanism to quickly hang or release a bicycle with one intuitive motion. Push up once to close the arms, push up again to open them and release the bicycle. ...
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