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Yill | Cordless Energy Storage Unit

This could be some new gadget by Apple, it would surely fit the criteria at their design studio. This is "Yill", it was designed by German design studio Werner Aisslinger for a renewable energy company called younicos. Yill provides up to 300 watts of electricity, it makes floor socket banks, extension cords and powerstrips a thing of the past.



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RinseKit

RinseKit is a pressurized, portable shower that’s like having a hose to go, ideal for surfers, fishermen, campers, and anyone who needs a spout off the grid. Add up to two gallons of tap water (hot or cold) to the box, and with no pumping and no batteries, it delivers pressurized spray (up to 65 psi) for up to four minutes. The included spray nozzle offers seven different settings from jet stream to soaking shower. watch the video below Learn more from Ri...
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V360 ACTION CAMERA

V.360 is a new action camera that differs from rivals by offering 360º seamless HD video recording. The V.360 is packed with all the features you would expect from an action cam nowadays, it is waterproof, shock resistant, has a long battery life, etc… but what really sets is apart is the ability to capture up to 6480x1080 HD video in stunning 360° with a vertical angle of 45° up and 15° down. Other notable specs include GPS, barometer, altimeter, and accelerometer,...
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TRANSPARENT SPEAKER | BY PEOPLE PEOPLE

Swedish design company People People created a very original speaker, the transparent design lets it blend in to any living room. The speaker is big enough to offer a good sound quality, yet takes little visible space. The speakers come with a small rechargeable wifi antenna, that can plug in to any device with a headphone socket. The speaker ships in a small, flat package that goes in through your mailbox. You can then assemble it IKEA style!...
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