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Land Rover have announced the only officially approved Defender book! Icon: The Official Story of the Series Land Rover and Defender, features carefully chosen archive images, vivid first-hand accounts and exclusive interviews with the people behind the legendary 4x4 off-road vehicle. The handsome book has more more than 200 pages, and documents the rich history of the the Series and Defender models and their accomplishments throughout the world over the last 69 years. It also features commentary from the likes of Richard Hammond, Bear Grylls, and the king of prep, Ralph Lauren.



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FIZZICS

Fizzics is, as the name clearly suggests, a fizz booster for one of the world´s most popular drinks: beer. Designed and developed to boost the taste of any regular beer bottle or can, that can you can buy anywhere. You can fit any bottle on the apparatus, and the special technology Fizzics developed, will make it a quality draft beer, with that special foam head and the exquisite taste of tap beer. Plus you also get that same tap look with Fizzics. Made from FDA app...
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WHISPER ROCK RANCH

If you need a little reset and recharge and are looking for the perfect oasis, look no further. The Whisper Rock Ranch is a little ranch placed in the middle of untouched wilderness and offers everything from peaceful serenity to beautiful design and stunning surroundings. Located in Joshua Tree, California, the hidden gem is perched on the brink of untouched wilderness and features a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, living area, and an expansive wrap-around wood deck eq...
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SUPERSONIC

Concorde was the first supersonic passenger-carrying commercial airplane, it was truly ahead of its time, and 15 years after its retirement, the plane still remains a futuristic vision of air travel. With a cruising altitude of 19,812 metres (65,000 feet) – nearly twice the height of other airliners – and a speed of 1345.6mph (more than twice the speed of sound) Concorde flew 100 souls higher and faster than modern fighter jets, making the journey from L...
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