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Dinner In The Sky

Dinner in the Sky is a steel structure hanging from cables that holds 22 people, the chef, and waiters. It has an acrylic ceiling for rain protection and possible surprises coming from birds. The whole structure is suspended 50 meters height! Put your seat belt on and eat a delicious meal enjoying the scenery. The original restaurant is available for 8 hours, but can be hired according to the customers wishes. And, as it is lifted by a crane, it can be mounted any place . Imagine watching a concert or sports event, having dinner from high above with your friends.



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PUMPKIN TAP KIT

With Halloween just a few days away, you still have time to surprise your guests with a cool pumpkin keg! The Pumpkin Tap Kit is very easy to install, it attaches to an ordinary pumpkin(hollowed-out) and will have you pouring pumpkin cocktails in no time. The kit features a faucet made of brass with chrome finish, a tap faucet, and step-by-step instructions. After use, don┤t restrict it to Halloween, this thing is also compatible with watermelons for all year round ...
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JUICERO

Juicero is a beautiful Nespresso-style countertop cold-press juicer. Designed by Yves Behar, the Wi-Fi-enabled home juicer uses farm-fresh fruits and veggies, perfectly chopped and packaged, and delivered straight to your door within days of being picked. The elegant countertop gadget is dubbed as the easiest way to make fresh, organic, cold-pressed juice at home, with the touch of a button. The subscription based service ships pouches filled with raw, organic fruit...
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PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING

Aaron James Draplin is an uncommonly prolific graphic designer who has done a ton of amazing work. He has created logos and brand identity for everyone from Esquire, Ford Motors, Burton Snowboards, The Obama Administrationů and in his first book, Pretty Much Everything, Draplin talks about his work, inspiration, typography, and offers valuable advice and hilarious commentary that illustrates how much more goes into design than just what appears on the page. We have ...
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