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Tsovet Svt-gr44

The Limited Edition SVT-GR44 Chronograph by TSOVET is one tough watch made for action. The industrial look is characteristic of most of Tsovetís watches, but is more pronounced on the SVT-GR44. The rugged timepiece features a virtually unbreakable 44mm aerospace-grade stainless steel case, refined sapphire crystal, and is powered by a Valjoux 7750 movement. Each watch is limited and individually numbered 01 to 51.



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SEKTORUS WATCH

Sektorus Watch is an original design by Art. Lebedev Studio. Sektorus is a quartz watch with the body merging into the band, the stand out features is the unusual display of the watch. It features two wedges, one displays the hour, the other displays minutes and seconds. Check out their website for more creative designs.  ...
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REMOTE CONTROLLED HEATED INSOLES

Cold feet are not fun, and with cold weather around the corner these remote controlled heated insoles are just what we need. The Thermacell foot warmers toasty heat keep your feet comfortably warm, and are controlled by a wireless remote control! The heated insoles use high tech wireless thermal technology, this means no batteries, wires, straps or cords. You can adjust the temperature via remote to three temperature settings, no heat, medium(100 degrees) or high(11...
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ZEMGEAR | BAREFOOT MINIMAL SHOES

ZEMgear creates performance protection for bare feet. ZEM stands for Zone of Endless Motion, the shoes allow your feet to do what they were designed to do best in their natural, barefoot state. Here we feature the 360 feather-light ninja shoes, they weigh just over 2.5 ounces, and are equipped with a pliable but abrasion robust phylon outsole ideal for runners and almost any training environment. ...
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