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Wave Coffee Tumbler

The beautiful and elegant Wave Coffee Tumbler not only looks good, it was ergonomically designed to be held easily with the simple and flowing curve outline. The mug is made out of double walled porcelain to help you keep your favorite beverage well insulated and warm for longer. It also features an advanced stainless steel sliding lid, and comes with a drip filter holder that fits perfectly on top, allowing you to also make your own coffee on the go.

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SOARIGAMI ARMREST DIVIDER | Image

SOARIGAMI ARMREST DIVIDER

Soarigami is a genius way to stop airplane armrest battles for good, a folding device that extends and divides the paltry elbow room of your shared airplane armrest! Simply unfold it, clamp it over an existing armrest, and the device will create two armrests instead of just one to fight over. Ideal for frequent flyers, Soarigami sets out to make armrest sharing an elbow-fighting-free zone. Made of recycled plastic, it folds flat for easy carry when it’s not being us...
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POLER SANDWICH MAKER

You can now enjoy all kinds of warm and toasty variations out in the wild! such as grilled cheese sandwiches, tuna melts, croque monsieurs, grilled vegetable paninis, and more… with the awesome Poler Sandwich Maker. Simply put a sandwich inside the cast iron utensil and cook it on the open fire, then sit back and watch that mozzarella melt beautifully. The result is the perfect accompaniment to your favorite soup or salad....
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WOOD

Wood is a new book by one of our favorite publishers - Phaidon. The beautifully illustrated book takes you on a visual tour of timber architecture, showcasing the world’s best wooden architecture. It features 170 inspiring and intriguing structures, including an onion-domed Russian church that sits next to a fortified Japanese castle, and a luxurious Canadian sauna. Even the work of Le Corbusier, an architect best known for his work in concrete, is shown. Each proje...
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