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Febo Solar Engraver

Febo is a solar wooden engraver that enables you to engrave images of your choice on to a a considerable number of surfaces that you may use as your personal drawing board, you may use it on wood, plywood, leather, cork or cardboard. The engraver works by concentrating sunlight on to a single spot through its powerful glass lens thus producing a high temperature sun ray that will engrave whatever you want. Along with the lens you also get a set of stencils of your choice that will assist you in engraving your drawings, logos or messages for the first few times, until you get the hang of it. watch the video below



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HEIMPLANET X HELINOX CHAIR ONE | Image

HEIMPLANET X HELINOX CHAIR ONE

Heimplanet have teamed up with Helinox for this killer camping chair that features a great design and HPT´s signature Cairo Camo pattern. It has a green anodized aluminum frame that’s easily mounted up and disassembled, so you also get ease of use and portability, lightness is also ensured because of the aforementioned aluminum frame. Make no mistake, although it’s small when folded, and light, it can hold up more than 300 pounds of weight so it’s quite sturd...
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SOY SAUCE CRUET | Image

SOY SAUCE CRUET

Love soy sauce but hate the spills? If that´s the case The Soy Sauce Cruet is Keita Suzuki´s answer to your prayers. The Japanese designer, working for the design company "The” also original from the "land of the rising sun”, came up with the idea of placing the spout on the cap, instead of the bottle, thus causing a no spilling effect, when you tilt it to serve it the soy sauce pours through a thin gap between bottle and cap. Both parts are made from "crystal...
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WARDELL SAGAN APARTMENT | Image

WARDELL SAGAN APARTMENT

This original open-space living/work loft is the creation of two San Francisco art and travel addicts, Jeff Wardell and Claudia Sagan. They bought a 3,200 sq ft former Chinese laundry and restored it as a living space. They also wanted to include a home office and a guest bedroom without cluttering the space, so they came up with the idea of stacking two shipping containers on top of each other to create private space within the open-plan living area. source Like...
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