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The Bike Deconstructed

"The Bike Deconstructed” is a visually impressive book that provides an in-depth look of the modern bicycle in order to understand the design, origins, and evolution of each constituent part. On first glance, your bicycle might look pretty straightforward, but if you dismantle it, you´ll find as many as two hundred parts, each with a critical role to play. The beautifully illustrated guide written by bicycle guru Richard Hallett celebrates bicycle design and engineering and gives you an insight on what makes modern bicycles such marvels. via

Available for purchase in Europe here




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THE BOTTLE BUCKET

With the Bottle Bucket you are virtually getting two buckets in one! This intelligent and efficient solution preserves the cool temperature of your wine or champagne or spirit separate from your drink ice. No more multiple ice buckets, it is also a sanitary add efficient way to host a party. ...
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KEEMALA RESORT | PHUCKET THAILAND

Located in an isolated woodland/hillside location just 40 min from Phuket, lays one of the most highly anticipated resorts to open this year, the magical Keemala Resort. Positioned in the hills and within the lush woodlands, Keemala offers a retreat from every day life and welcomes you in to an enchanting evergreen wonderland. Guests are invited to immerse themselves into one of the many villas on offer among the lush woodland, you can choose from four separate styl...
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WHISKEY WEDGE

The Whiskey Wedge is an ingenious solution for whiskey lovers, keeping your favorite spirit at the right temperature without diluting it. The double-old fashioned whiskey glass comes with a silicone mold that you fill with water and freeze, this forms an ice wedge that melts slowly due to the reduced amount of surface area. ...
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