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Brava Smart Oven

Meet Brava, the world’s fastest oven. The elegant smart oven cooks food twice as fast as conventional ovens, it comes equipped with Pure Light Cooking technology, a new culinary methodology that harnesses light as an energy source to help you prepare delicious and nutritious meals. Brava can heat up to 500º F (260º C) in less than a second! eliminating the need for any preheating, cutting down on overall cook times, and making the device more energy efficient than conventional ovens. And, unlike a microwave, the Brava can apparently sear the outside of the meal while thoroughly cooking the inside.



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STEAK BUTTON THERMOMETER | Image

STEAK BUTTON THERMOMETER

Steak Button will turn you into an expert barbecue cook. The thermometer will tell you the sweet spot of you meat, be it rare, medium or well-done. Made of stainless steel and glass, they come in a set of 4 buttons. Now when you´re on the grill you will never miss your desired degree of "doneness"....
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POOL BALL CANDLE HOLDER

This cool vintage-style billiard rack candle holder features 10 pool balls that hold ten tealights, creating a warm glow in the darkest of man caves. Made of painted metal with vintage finishing, this unique candle holder is perfect for the bachelor pad. via More details at atwestend, or purchase now directly from amazon...
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MINI MUSEUM THIRD EDITION

Now in its third edition the Mini Museum lets you adorn your desk with a collection of rarities for a fraction of the price it would cost for any individual piece. Encased in a transparent Lucite acrylic block, this desktop museum, carefully presents an assortment of 29 rare and unusual objects ranging from recent, to ones billions of years old. The specimens range from a piece of a Steve Jobs turtleneck, a piece of a 14th century samurai sword, 4.5 billion year old...
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