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The Control Freak

The Control Freak is an induction cooker/burner that, as clearly stated in its name, will get you in full control of the temperature you want to cook your food, to the precise degree. Full control from 86 to 482, this temperature may be measured at the base of the pot/pan, or using a provided probe that you simply put inside of the pan, should you need more accuracy and control. Its very well built and quite sturdy, designed for those who take cooking seriously and wish to minimize chance or luck to come between them and their cooking. As with all induction cookers you get high temperatures quite quickly and control is much more accurate than conventional gas or electric ovens. This product was made with a collaboration between Breville and Poly Science, it also features memory storage functions so you can store temperature programs you may use more often.



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RUBBER BAND MINIGUN | Image

RUBBER BAND MINIGUN

Next time you engage in an office rubber band warfare, pull out the Rubber Band Minigun and make everyone surrender. This crazy contraption is fully automatic, made from wood, and features a specially designed mechanism that allows you to load it with 144 shots of rubber bands in a matter of minutes. The all-wooden, fully-automatic machine gun includes 12 barrels capable of holding multiple bands each, and a fully automatic trigger mechanism activated by a small ele...
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CHALK PING PONG TABLE BY PUMA | Image

CHALK PING PONG TABLE BY PUMA

The CHALK ping-pong table, designed by aruliden for PUMA. Redefining the ping-pong table for that after hours athlete. Made by hand, the chalk table incorporates ash wood legs and a ceramic chalk surface bringing a whole new spin to the game. Now available at The Conran Shop....
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PORTAGE BAY HOUSE

Developed by Heliotrope Architects, this stunning loft-like house was designed for a bachelor who values privacy. It sits on the waterfront in Seattle, Washington, and is fronted by an unassuming entryway marked only by a garage and wood front door. Protective shells of zinc and aluminum on the exterior echo the maritime industrial sheds littered throughout Seattle, whilst floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of natural light and offer a pristine view of Portage B...
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