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Magimix Vision Toaster

How annoying is it burning your toasts in the morning? Magimix Vision Toaster is the worlds first see through toaster, it is made of stainless steel and has double insulated toughened glass windows so you can check on your toast and have it just the way you like it. The toaster is very robust, made of high quality materials and simple to use.



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THE POLE HOUSE | BY F2 ARCHITECTURE | Image

THE POLE HOUSE | BY F2 ARCHITECTURE

The Pole House by F2 Architecture is one of Australias most iconic homes, and is available for rent! The spectacular beach front house is suspended 40 meters above Fairhaven Beach and offers unparalleled panoramic views of the beautiful coastline. The house was recently renovated and now features floor-to-ceiling retracting glass walls giving guests a sense of walking on air. The amazing property is currently available for rent, more details here....
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41D GERSTNER CHEST | BY BEST MADE | Image

41D GERSTNER CHEST | BY BEST MADE

Best Made have teamed up with manufacturer of wooden tool chests H. Gerstner & Sons, for this special edition 41D Gerstner Chest. The beautifully made chest is a collectors dream, it is suitable for storing knives, watches, pens, natural specimens, or just about any small keepsake. The tool case is made from kiln-dried American cherry wood and finished with solid brass hardware, it features Best Made´s distinguishing emblems and is available only in a ...
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MINI MUSEUM

Mini Museum is a new project currently taking Kickstarter by storm. Each mini museum is a handcrafted, individually numbered limited edition, portable collection of authentic and iconic curiosities carefully encased in resin, such as a piece of Lunar rock, T-Rex tooth, dinosaur egg, a piece of a palm tree from Antarctica, a piece of a meteorite, mammoth hair, a mount Everest rock, a piece of coal from the Titanic wreck, even a piece of dinosaur dung! Each mini museu...
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