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Desktop Jellyfish Tank

Jellyfish are fascinating creatures, hypnotizing to watch, but home aquariums could not have them as they would be sucked into the water filtration system. With this in mind, student Alex Andon, began to develop an adapter for tanks to make them jellyfish friendly. The creatures themselves are not harmful to humans and can be purchased for $39 a unit at Jellyfish Art website. Light is provided by a LED lamp, and the color can be changed using a remote control.



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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE 2014 | Image

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE 2014

If you´re like us, you probably still have a few people left on your gift list. If you´ve waited till the bitter end and you´re desperately searching for that last minute gift, take a look at our complete Holiday Gift Guide with some great suggestions for everyone on your list. Merry Christmas to you all!...
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BOMBWATCHER SURFBOARD CHAIRS | Image

BOMBWATCHER SURFBOARD CHAIRS

Bombwatcher Surfboard Chairs are unique fold-to-flat surfboard styled chairs. Designed by Clinton Underwood in Cocoa Beach, Florida, the beautifully handcrafted chairs are very strong and durable. The chairs feature an exclusive and innovative folding design, making them easy to carry and store. You can choose from several styles or even make a custom order....
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SAFARI TENT | BY BAREBONES

With 120 square feet of floor space, the Safari Tent by Barebones takes your base camp to an all new level. No more awkward squatting through your tiny tent in the middle of the night, this thing sleeps 8 comfortably thanks to its huge living space. The structure is made of heavy-duty aluminum and is covered with a weatherproof Cordura shell and floor, keeping out the wrath of Mother Nature during your luxurious camping trip. via Also available from amazon....
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