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Rocker Garlic Crusher | By Joseph Joseph

We love a good practical kitchen utensil, especially if it is well designed. Besides beautiful, the Rocker garlic crusher, is very practical. According to the inventor you crush the garlic, throw it in the pan without waste and when time comes to wash your hands, just rub them on the back of the utensil and the smell of garlic disappears! Other cool kitchen utensils we have featured: Citrus Squeezer, Fridge magnet bottle opener, Puzzleboard 



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ARCKIT | ARCHITECTURAL MODEL SYSTEM | Image

ARCKIT | ARCHITECTURAL MODEL SYSTEM

Explore your architectural ambitions with Arckit, an architectural model system convenient for aspiring or professional architects, homebuilders, students and hobbyists. Their are several kits and components to choose from, making it possible to create a diverse range of scaled structures that can be quickly assembled and endlessly modified. You can even apply detailed finishes such as wood flooring, terracotta tiles, stone walls and shingle aluminium. Oh, and all o...
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2016 GIFTS FOR THE MIXOLOGIST | Image

2016 GIFTS FOR THE MIXOLOGIST

Today´s Holiday Gift Guide roundup is a list of products guaranteed to take any home bar to the next level. We all know a mixologist, beer lover, or a wine/cognac/whiskey connoisseur, so here is a cool list with some drink fanatic related gifts that cater to every man´s drinking style. Stay tuned over the next few days for more great gift ideas! Check out the full list of products here...
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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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