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Stainless Steel Memobottle

Memobottle, the slim, environmentally responsible, premium designed reusable water bottle is now available in stainless steel! After two years in development, the team is reinventing the water bottle - again. The all-new Stainless Steel Memobottle features the same winning design as its predecessor, but is now available in premium food-grade 304 stainless steel. With a functional and atypical flat shape, the unique bottle can fit snugly in your bag alongside your laptop and books, taking up less space, unlike the usual big and bulky water bottles. watch the video below



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VINYL ME PLEASE

Vinyl Me, Please is a new subscription service that´s supposed to hit the spot for vinyl audiophiles. The worldwide record club aims to provide that surprise effect provided by mail packaging delivery, each month members receive a vinyl record, newly or re-released, an original album-inspired art print, and a custom cocktail recipe, to encourage a complete and sensory album experience. It always features a 12 inch special limited edition, specifically pressed for V...
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KLOEM HOSTEL

Hostels are more popular than ever, especially among millennial travelers, they are becoming a more popular alternative than traditional hotels for many young travelers. This has lead to new innovation in the hostel industry, a recent example is the very cool Kloem Hostel in Bangkok. Developed by Thailand-based design office Integrated Field, the hostel renovation was carefully planned by a team of specialists, architects, and interior designers to preserve as much ...
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THE REMOTE TRIP

Fancy living around the World? Adventure doesn´t have to wait until you quit your job or you retire. In this increasingly connected world, the necessity of being physically tethered to your work has become less and less important. The Remote Trip is a new network created for today´s digital work-from-anywhere nomads, it is basically a community of remote workers who work, live, and travel the world together for 1, 3, or 6 months. The travel pack ensures you still ...
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