stuff we drool about

Puzzleboard | By Oooms

Another original design by dutch designers OOOMS. The "Puzzleboard" can be used as a cutting board or a serving plate. You can also attach some boards together to make a super-sized workspace. They are ideal to chop long baguettes! But the great feature must be the blank spot on the board that allows you to fit any wineglass.



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BIOLITE COOKSTOVE | Image

BIOLITE COOKSTOVE

Biolite first introduced the popular CampStove four years ago, now the brand have presented a simplified version with a more portable design - the CookStove. The sleek device features a uniquely designed USB-rechargeable airflow system, and provides 30 hours of clean wood cooking on a single charge. Leave the gas canisters behind and cook meals using sticks, pellets or pinecones, and with the four fan speed levels you can boil rapidly or enjoy a campfire feel with s...
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ICEMULE COOLERS

Now this is a really cool item! IceMule coolers! These guys started developing their concept based on the premise: "Any place you go, your cooler should go!”. The coolers on the market have to deal with several problems, the hard coolers, though effective, are not portable at all, they´re bulky and not easy to carry along. The soft ones, though portable, are not at all effective, they leak and don´t insulate well enough. The IceMule cooler is the first high-performa...
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TAIL AND NOSE BOOKENDS | BY SKATE-HOME | Image

TAIL AND NOSE BOOKENDS | BY SKATE-HOME

Skate-Home build original furniture always inspired by the skateboard shape, we have featured their beautiful Nollie Flip Stool before. Their latest product are these cool Tail & Nose Bookends, made with Canadian maple and skateboard wheels. Available in several colors from the Skate-Home webstore. If your a DIY fan, you could probably save yourself some cash and build them yourself using a recycled skateboard. Also check out our roundup on Recycled Skateboar...
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