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Artic Force Snowball Blaster

The Arctic Force Snowball Blaster is designed to both make and launch snowballs, the removable three-ball snowball press on top lets you pack three perfectly spherical snowballs. When ready, pull back the slingshot mechanism and blast away the competition in your next snowball fight! The Snow Blaster can shoot snowballs up to 80 feet! making you the "deadliest” weapon on the hill. watch the video

Available for purchase in Europe here
Also check out the Crossbow Snow Launcher




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ARCHERY ATTACK

Move over paintball, a new exciting, action-packed game called Archery Attack is a fresh new global sport, and it´s awesome! Straight out of Australia, this new activity is a cross between Archery, Dodgeball and Paintball, with players using bows and foam-tipped arrows to eliminate opponents and knock out the opposing team’s target. The only safety equipment required to play the competitive combat archery game is a face mask. via watch the cool video...
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PLUM WINE APPLIANCE

Plum is a state-of-the-art wine appliance that preserves your favorite bottles for up to 90 days, plus it keeps them at the perfect temperature to be served. You can store two different bottles within its two separate compartments and you can have a chilled white in one side and a warmer red on the other. It uses high-tech cameras that instantly recognize the label of the bottle and adjust it to the winemaker’s suggested temperature. It also features a touchscreen t...
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DUPLI CASA | BY J MAYER H ARCHITECTS

Dupli Casa is an amazing modern luxury villa near Ludwigsburg, Germany by J. Mayer H. Architects. The geometry of the building is based on the footprint of the house that previously was located on the site, the upper storey cantilevers exaggerated by the fluid form of the external terrace that washes around the base of the house, extending it out into the landscape. So white and pure, the photos almost look like 3d renderings....
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