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Portable Container Holiday Home

Port-a-Bach is an innovative mobile holiday home by Atelierworkshop Architects from New Zealand. The environmentally friendly recycled container comfortably sleeps two adults and two children,  and has the versatility of creating rooms within the large open living space : includes bunk beds, double bed room, dressing room, kitchen and bathroom. The Port-a-Bach is not yet in production, they are looking for commercial partners in order to mass produce it. via



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IGLOO PARTY BAR

Igloo Coolers have introduced the ultimate party cooler, the Igloo Party Bar. The heavy duty cooler is heavily insulated and features a removable lid, drink dividers, locking casters, a drain plug, integrated bottle opener, heavy duty handles, handy utility loops, and best of all - LED lights that provide 360-degree interior lighting, letting thirsty guests find what they want quickly, and allowing the party to continue when the sun goes down. watch the video after ...
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SOMBRERO JUICER | BY UMBRA

We love a simple functional product...the Sombrero Juicer by Umbra is a clever, easy to use, hand-held citrus juicer. Simply place the juicer inside the bottle-top of your beverage container and quickly juice a lemon or lime right into your drink. The sombrero fits most standard water, soda, juice, and beer bottles. The device provides a healthier choice for flavored water without artificial flavors. ...
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TIE TEA CUP | BY GEORGE LEE

Another one of those "why didnīt i think of that" inventions. Tie Tea Cup is a genius idea by designer George Lee and solves that annoying of having to fish arround for your tea bag thatīs inevitably floating in your cup. All you have to do is tie the teabag to the tab, and you are set to go....
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