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Roam Co-Living

Fancy living around the World? Adventure doesn´t have to wait until you quit your job or you retire. Roam Co-Living is a new network created for today´s digital work-from-anywhere nomads, instead of renting an apartment, you pay a lease ($500 per week or $1,800 per month) that lets you continually move and live around the World. You get a private room with your own bathroom, shared kitchens and living spaces, amenities like wi-fi and laundry, and in some places, pools and media rooms. After a couple of weeks or months in Madrid, you can head to Miami, or Ubud, Bali. Buenos Aires, and London will open this year, and by 2017, the startup plans to have 8-10 locations around the world.

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Vargo Titanium Para-Bottle

The new Titanium Para-Bottle by Vargo Outdoors aims to end the quest for those who seek the perfect water bottle. What´s different about it? Well, first of all is fully made from the premium light and strong material, used in aircraft and aerospace industry – Titanium, so you´re sure to get something that´s going to last a long time, maintaining all of its key features. Its design was also developed considering popular water filters, the most part will fit the Para-...
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Designed by an aerospace engineer, the ingenious Midnight Scoop is a clever solution to an annoying problem - scooping rock hard ice cream. The idea comes from the simple realization that a scoop should function like a shovel, with a more effective pushing motion powered by the user´s arm and chest muscles, instead of the weaker ones in your wrist. Hot-forged from solid aerospace grade aluminum the elegant utensil features both an ergonomic handle and pointed blade,...
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ANDY: The Untold Story of Andy Irons is a new long-awaited documentary film that focuses on the true, untold story of one of the world’s most prolific surfers and rival of Kelly Slater. The film documents the life story of three-time world champion surfer Andy Irons who died at age 32 from a heart attack with the secondary cause being an acute mixture of drugs. He died on November 2, 2010. His wife was eight months pregnant with their son, Axel, at the time. The fil...
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