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Magisso Teacup

Another great, practical way of drinking your tea. The Magisso Teacup cleverly streamlines brewing and drinking hot tea into one task. Designed by Laura Bougdanos, this ingenious little tilting teacup is very easy to use. Simply put loose tea in the strainer, fill with water and then tilt the cup the opposite direction.



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LUMINAID INFLATABLE SOLAR LANTERN

Luminaid Packlite 12 has very interesting features, its name points out the 12 LED lighting system, and the 12 hours of light you can get if you set it on low, up to 6 in extra bright, and somewhere in the middle with the medium setting, and in case of emergency you get 32 hours of flashing mode. Another thing thatīs really interesting is its portability, you can twist it to close it, and it becomes flat, making it super easy to pack. Featuring a solar panel on top,...
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ECOCAPSULE

Over the years we have showcased several houses, retreats, weekend cabins, and pods, places to escape hectic city life and reconnect with nature. Our latest discovery was developed by Nice Architects, a self-sustaining portable house appropriately named Ecocapsule. The ecological pod, is equipped with a built-in wind turbine, roof-mounted solar panels, and a high-capacity battery, these off-grid capabilities allow you and a guest to enjoy the convenience of househol...
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CARBON FLYER

Carbon Flyer is the ultimate tech toy, it is the worldīs first all carbon fiber personal drone, controlled by Bluetooth on your smartphone, with an on-board video camera! Built from highly resistant carbon fibre, this thing is practically indestructible, and with an ultra-low drag delta-wing design, it delivers high speeds and superior control. The Carbon Flyer is controlled via an app on your iPhone or Android device from up to 80 yards line of sight, you steer by ...
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