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Half Full Glass

A full glass of optimism! Is your glass half full or half empty? If you are like most people, you are never quite sure. But this clever 7-ounce glass reminds you that Half Full is you´ll always find refreshment. So drink up, any way you look at it. This Double-wall borosilicate glass is permanently marked "Half Full" and "Half Empty." 7 oz glass. Great gift idea, comes packed in a colorful protective giftbox.



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Velomacchi
GOAT COFFEE MUG | Image

GOAT COFFEE MUG

The Goat Mug is a one-of-a-kind coffee mug that intends to pay homage to the animals that discovered coffee. Developed by Goat Story, the modern day drinking horn´s ergonomic shape lets you drink the last sip of your coffee due to its incline, and it can convert into a vessel that sits snugly on your desk or workspace courtesy of the brilliant faux leather holder! On top of that, the Mug can be worn across your shoulders or attached to your bag thanks to the stylish...
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GSI Boulder Flask

The GSI Boulder Flask is a new way to carry your favorite beverage with you on your adventures, this new ruggedized hip flask has some cool features that turn it into a real must have to prevent damage bumps or scrapes out on the trail. The slim and lightweight flask enhances portability and ease of use, it is made from a strong co-polymer material, translucid and shatterproof, and features a silicone all-round bumper and lid to enhance its toughness but also adding...
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DARHI | CHARM HOTEL IN TUNISIA | Image

DARHI | CHARM HOTEL IN TUNISIA

The "DarHi" is a contemporary accommodation between guest house and charm hotel. It´s located at the frontier of the desert in Nefta, south of Tunisia and is product of the imagination of designers Philippe Chapelet and Patrick Elouarghi. It´s perfect for a city break, once you arrive you will have to take off your shoes and will be given local Tunisian slippers. Your journey will begin... via: designboom...
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