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Chamber Multi Tool

The Chamber by Fabric, is an efficient and practical multi-tool for cyclists that offers 13 functions. The sleek, lightweight design is a cyclist´s essential, it features a smooth metal case that securely holds 13 tools, ensuring there is no snagging on clothing or equipment. Choose from 6 double-ended bits and an 8mm over-bit and place them on the effective T-bar head, allowing you to easily access hard to reach areas of the bike.

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DESKTOP CHAIR | BY MOKU WOODWARE | Image

DESKTOP CHAIR | BY MOKU WOODWARE

The Desktop Chair is a stylish stand for MacBook and iPad. Hand made with fine natural basswood, the stand is the perfect place for sitting your MacBook and turning it into a desktop machine with an external display. Also great for having your iPad charging or in use on your work desk. ...
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SOUND OF POWER BUST SPEAKERS

How would you feel if you had the chance to listen to music coming from your favorite leader’s head? Designed by artist Petro Wodkins, these cool Bust Speakers are a limited edition series (only 100 of each have been made) from Sound of Power. Each speaker is  14.6 inches tall by 9 inches wide, and weighs 7.3 pounds, they feature 4-inch full-range drivers that are placed at the cutout of the leaders´ heads, bass reflex ports and wooden stands that hold 20W Blue...
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LOMOGRAPHY KONSTRUKTOR

Lomography announced the Konstruktor, the World’s first Do-It-Yourself 35mm SLR! The camera comes in a cardboard box with all the components and a simple guide to take you through all the steps in building the camera. You´ll learn, understand and experience how analogue photography works. If you were a fan of building model airplanes as a kid, you’re going to love this camera kit. watch the video (thanks Antonio)...
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