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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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Sony A7R III

Sony have officially revealed the spectacular A7R III, a compact mirrorless camera that packs full-frame 42.4MP sensor, 15 stops of Dynamic Range and the Sony A9´s Autofocus. The A7R III in fact, inherits much of its new technology from the A9, but at quite a bit cheaper price. The follow-up to the highly acclaimed a7R II, now features a continuous shooting speed of up to 10fps with full AF/AE tracking (twice as fast as its predecessor) and the ability to ...
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GONE ON MY CATWALK

Gone on my Catwalk is a new app by Helly Hansen that inspires and motivates people to get outdoors, whatever the weather. The beautifully designed app rewards users with their cool gear and other prizes, they have hidden virtual Helly Hansen gear in popular training areas all around the world, if you stumble across one they’ll let you know, so you can claim it. The app also rewards users in several contests including the amount of time you’ve spent on outdoor activi...
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IMPROMPTU TACTICAL PEN | BY GERBER

New by Gerber is the Impromptu Tactical Pen, capable of writing in the rain and breaking glass with a tap. Developed in collaboration with law enforcement professionals, the Impromptu Tactical Pen is rugged and made from machined steel, it features a tip design capable of breaking a windshield or defending yourself from an unexpected attack. watch the video Get it in Europe here ...
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