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The Proclamation Duo

The good-looking Proclamation Duo serves as a skillet, wok, stockpot and dutch oven, challenging the idea that home cooks need a cabinet full of cookware. The award winning design was created to empower the modern home chef to experiment with the world of cuisines. Featuring a 12-inch skillet and a 7-quart pot, the duo can be combined to create a Dutch oven. It also includes a 12" lid that works with both vessels, and conveniently fits between the two for easy storage. The two versatile vessels, with their interlocking ability, allow you to expand your cooking abilities without needing to expand your kitchen arsenal. You can sear, saute, stir-fry, boil, braise, bake, and more.



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PINT CANTEEN

The Pint Canteen aims to address drinking issues when you´re outdoors, what´s cool about it, as stated in the name, it´s a canteen but it easily and quickly turns into a pint cup so you can enjoy your beverage in a more practical way. Simply unscrew the bottom and set it as the base of the cup, this bottomless feature also provides an easy cleaning. With a 16 oz. capacity it has a double stainless steel insulation to keep your drinks cold or hot. Available in a g...
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RoadHaus Wedge

The tiny house trend is officially here to stay. Tiny houses are relatively easy to build and move from place to place, and many people are rejecting more spacious dwellings in favor of pared-down, efficient homes. The new RoadHaus is a refined version of the company’s popular 400 square foot Wedge model. The RoadHaus Wedge (offered at 160 to 240 sf) is a smaller yet refined version at a fraction of the cost. It comes standard with a covered outdoor deck that incr...
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ELEMENTAL HOUSE

Designed by Ben Callery Architects, this self-sufficient retreat in Australia captures the spirit of what it means to live off-grid. Located an hour north of Melbourne, the Elemental House has a 10-metre-by-10-metre footprint and simple layout, with space for one bedroom, one bathroom and one living room with an open plan kitchen. Perched on a hill overlooking stunning panoramic views, the dream cabin produces and stores its own power, collects its own rain water an...
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