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Circular Calendar 2015

The Circular Calendar is a beautiful and unusual wall calendar designed by German user interface designer Sören Lachnit. The A0 size calendar lets your organize the year clockwise, displaying weekdays, calendar weeks, moon phases, months, and average daylight hours, plus enough space for daily notes. It focuses on the solar and lunar influences on the yearly calendar, the yellow form in the inner of the calendar represents the possible sun hours fifty degrees north of the equator. Cool functional art for your wall!



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JUNE 2020 WORKSTATION | Image

JUNE 2020 WORKSTATION

The outbreak of the coronavirus has more people working from home, and to give yourself the best chance of being productive, you need to create an organized home workstation. The workstation is a sacred place where many of us spend most of their day. For this ultimate dream desk setup we focus on gear to make your office space functional, clutter-free, and showcase products to help you work in a more ergonomic environment, and of course, put them all together in a n...
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AERIAL A1 TREE TENT

The new Aerial A1 Tree Tent creates a whole new category of shelter by capturing all the features you find in a traditional tent along with the off ground benefits you get from a hammock. The lightweight tent has a flat, stable sleeping surface that can be suspended between two trees like a hammock. This is possible thanks to the slackline-inspired system that loops a pair of webbing straps around your trees, when you pull them back from both sides of the trunk, you...
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SMARTPHONE CONTROLLED PAPER AIRPLANE | Image

SMARTPHONE CONTROLLED PAPER AIRPLANE

PowerUp 3.0 turns your self-made paper airplane into a smartphone-controlled flying machine! The process is very simple, create your paper airplane, attach the PowerUp 3.0 smart module, and connect it via Bluetooth to the app on your smartphone (Android & iOS). You can then push throttle to full and launch the paper airplane high up into the sky, where you can control it up to a 180 feet/ 55 meter range, for 10 minutes! You can tilt your smartphone or tablet rig...
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