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METAL CORDIES | KEEPS CABLES ON THE TABLE

Cordies is a cable organization product, it keeps all of your cables organized and weighted down: phone chargers, digital camera cords, audio cables, whatever isn not in use but should not be flopping around. Metal Cordies is made of sleek metal with black accents.



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APPLE CARPLAY

Apple have announced CarPlay, a smarter and safer way to use your iPhone in your car. The system works in sync with your iPhone and displays information such as directions, calls, messages and music on your car´s built-in display, allowing you to stay focused on the road. All is controlled with Siri voice control or with your car´s controls. CarPlay will be available to iOS users via a free iOS 7 update, although a compatible car is required in order f...
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PROPS | KEEP YOUR EARBUDS WITHIN REACH | Image

PROPS | KEEP YOUR EARBUDS WITHIN REACH

Quriky keep surprising us with their innovative and creative line of products. Their newest addition is Props, a simple and useful croaky,  designed to keep your earbuds tethered to you. Props keeps your earbuds within reach everytime you have to remove them, it extends like arms to your earbuds, keeping them in place and in the vicinity of your ears. Props are currently in production and should be available soon....
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PENCIL STYLUS | BY FIFTYTHREE

Creative studio FiftyThree became known for their first product Paper, named App of the Year by Apple. They then introduced Book, a collaboration with Moleskine, and now have presented Pencil a beautiful wood stylus(also available in graphite) that opens up a whole new world of creative possibilities in Paper. The beautifully engineered and meticulously crafted stylus features "Palm rejection” - instantly knows whether it’s your hand or Pencil touching the page, "Er...
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