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Chelsea Miller Knives

Brooklyn-based Chelsea Miller makes these beautiful kitchen knives from reclaimed horse-grooming tools. Chelsea´s father was a blacksmith and a carpenter, so she is used to working with her hands from an early age, she started making knifes in 2011 as a hobby, but they have since gained huge popularity and are now backordered 6 to 8 weeks. The bespoke Chelsea Miller Knives are handmade from reclaimed materials from her family´s farm in Vermont. The one of a kind knives feature a trademark non-cutting edge that is left serrated, perfect for grating stuff such as cheese and garlic. watch the video



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MOD BOX

In Modern times the new concept of live/work space is starting to become very popular. We have already shown you a few examples previously,  the "Ecospace WorkPod", the "Archipod garden office", and the "Office Pod". The Mod Box featured here is a higher-end version, it has very low energy consumption and is fitted with state-of-the-art appliances and fixtures....
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BROADMANN BLADES

Brodmann Blade new ping pong paddles are the first major innovation to the sport of table tennis. Without a handle, the new paddle works like a glove worn over either hand. Improved comfort, ergonomics and sensory feedback gained from playing the ball right on the hand makes for greater ball control, a faster and more intuitive game, more spin on the ball, and superior backhand....
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CLICK & GROW

Click & Grow is like having your own personal gardener. The gardening pot has an electronic system and is able to automatically dose water, nutrients and air according to the plants needs. It very much works like a printer, you can remove the old plant cartridge and add new a one. Instead of printing, the flowerpot will start to grow a new plant! All you have to do is add batteries & water, the sensors, software and processor will take care of the rest. Vari...
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