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Tentsile Una Tree Tent

New from Tentsile is the UNA Tree Tent, another glorious hanging den by the tree tent specialists. UNA, is a three-season, one-person tent for the trees, providing a pretty unique campsite setup. It combines the comfort and versatility of a hammock with the usable space and security of a tent, with large internal pockets on each side, and a full mesh top with a fold away door and a removable rain fly for keeping mosquitos out while still allowing for unbeatable views. The rain fly can also be pegged out towards the ground, creating a large, covered area so you can use the floor to store your gear beneath the tent.  



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2017 GIFTS FOR THE BOOKWORM

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MINIBREW

MiniBrew is a new brewing station, small enough to set on your kitchen counter and brew your own batch of beer. It´s fully automated, equipped with smart technology, control and manage it through the app that goes with it, featuring built-in sensors that keep up with all the process, its innovative all-in-one method will let you, with time and practice, fine tune the brewsky of your own particular taste, add yeast or cut down on the hops before fermentation and you´...
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CRAFTRAD MAGAZINE

Bike EXIF is is one of the world´s largest motorcycle-related websites, an online publication known for showcasing the world´s most exciting custom motorcycles. They have now made their way offline with a premium magazine - Crafrad. The beautifully designed, biannual motorcycle magazine covers the world of custom motorcycles across 146 luxurious pages packed with exclusive stories, photosets, interviews and bike reviews. They have also curated a gear...
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