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Zubits | Magnetic Shoe Closures

Fed up with tying shoe laces? Meet Zubits, a novel invention that consists of two clever magnetized shoe closures that make putting on & taking off your shoes a breeze. The tiny lightweight Zubits, thread through the already existing laces and secure them with a simple click, to remove, simply pull your foot up so the magnets split apart and you will be able to remove your footwear without any type of hassle, handsfree! watch the video

Zubits have recently launched a funding campaign, you can help fund it at Kickstarter.




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Zubits Magnetic Shoelaces On & Off from Zubits on Vimeo.



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LEATHER CABLE BAND

Obsessed with order? Like everything neat and tidy? Heres an elegant solution to organize your headphone or USB tangled cables. The Leather Cable Band is a simple, minimal, hand crafted, leather wrap that allows you to clip your previously messy cables together neatly. We love it! simple, clean, functional design....
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Iconspeak Traveller T-Shirt

This is brilliant, a t-shirt for travelers with 40 icons that lets you communicate in any country even if you donít speak its language, simply point at what your looking for, whether its a hotel, telephone, Wi-Fi, a restaurant or first aid. Iconspeak is the brainchild of Swiss travel addicts Florian Nast, George Horn and Stefan Streit, who came up with the idea while traveling on motorbikes through Vietnam in 2013. When one of the bikes broke down, they ended up in ...
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OCEANIST MESSENGER BAG | BY HLASKA | Image

OCEANIST MESSENGER BAG | BY HLASKA

Another cool product from "Hlaska", The "Oceanist Large Messenger" bag features a waxed canvas 100% Italian leather and large externel pockets. It fits up to 15" laptop and a few acessories. Available in brown or black leather....
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