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Dog Hitching System

Knot-a-Hitch by Ruffwear, is an interesting set of gear that will enable your dog to have some freedom around your camp without wandering off. It comprises of a 36 feet long reflecting kernmantle rope, a couple of climbing carabiners, like hooks, so you can easily strap your dogs’ leash to the rope and let it roam freely around the spot where you mount it. The tensioning system is also easy to set and will quickly get in place for your dog to enjoy nature in a safer way. The stow away bag is quite small and really enhances portability and ease of use. Be sure to get one should you be often worried about your fury friendīs  whereabouts when outdoors.



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WHITE CANON CAMERA LENS MUG | Image

WHITE CANON CAMERA LENS MUG

Our favorite photography gear online store Photojojo is stocking the very popular Canon Lens Mug in a white edition! The mug is unbelievably realistic and the same size as the actual thing, it features a realistic lens cap lid and rubber-grip focus, it even has an auto-focus switch! It feature stainless steel interior keeping your drinks warm. Must-have for photo geeks. You can also get it in several sizes from amazon, and in Europe you can buy it her...
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TWIN ONE CUTLERY | BY LEKUE | Image

TWIN ONE CUTLERY | BY LEKUE

How brilliant is this? Cutlery and chopsticks in one! Surprise your guests with your oriental cuisine, and donīt worry, this is a cookware perfect for beginners who have not yet learned to master their chopsticks. The Lekue Twin One Knife and Fork/Chopsticks are a great gift idea, they bring together the oriental and occidental traditions in a fun way! ...
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UNDERPASS STUDIO WORKSPACE

This furniture designer has built a studio under a bridge! Fernando Abellanas, who makes furniture under the label Lebrel, has transformed the underside of a concrete bridge in Valencia (Spain) into a hidden workspace as a response to the urban space shortage. He built this structure in the greatest secrecy perched at several meters of altitude, accessed only by a platform, which he operates with the aid of a crank. The platform moves from one side of the bridge to ...
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