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Luminaid | Inflatable Solar Light

The LuminAID is a solar-powered, inflatable light that packs flat and inflates to create a lightweight, waterproof lantern. The portable device provides up to 8 hours of LED light and when flat can be a easily tucked away or hooked on your backpack. Ideal for your next adventure or trip. For every LuminAID purchased, one will be donated to someone without access to electricity. Watch the video




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OIL & VINEGAR PIPETTE GLASSES | Image

OIL & VINEGAR PIPETTE GLASSES

We love a clean, practical invention. These oil & vinegar pipette glasses designed by Lovorika Banovic for Menu, make a great decorative feature and protect the table top from drips. Besides the obvious use of oil & vinegar, you can also use them with any sauce, syrup, honey or even for some milk in your cup of tea! Also included is an attractive, stainless steel, boat shape bowl. ...
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PIRATE SHIP BEDROOM | BY KUHL DESIGN BUILD | Image

PIRATE SHIP BEDROOM | BY KUHL DESIGN BUILD

You have to admire the excellent creative work of the Pirate bedroom by Steve Kuhl from  "Kuhl design Build". The bedroom fulfills every boys fantasy, itīs insanely cool. The client wanted to build a one-of-a-kind bedroom, he sure got one...The rope bridge is connected to the top of the jail cell, built to accommodate evil doers, thieves and little sisters....
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DomUp Treehouse

DomīUp is a new suspension style cabin that draws inspiration from tree camping and traditional treehouse structures. The tree shelter is a suspension style dwelling above the forest floor, and leaves no impact on the trees or environment. The modern treehouse provides a peaceful getaway, and can easily be setup using just two trees, it features a galvanized steel frame, composite wood floors, retractable canvas walls, a waterproof double-roof, and a fall protection...
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