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Netted Cocoon Hammock

If you have ever camped close to a lake during summer, mosquitos are abundant, the importance of a netted cocoon hammock will be immediately clear. The hammock has a fine mesh canopy that provides complete coverage not only from mosquitos, but bugs and other outdoor pests. The net features dual-sided zipper for easy entry and exit, and has two pockets inside for conveniently storing your mobile phone or a book. The net supports up to 400 lbs and can easily fit 2 people.




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OTTO FAN

Otto is an adjustable industrial fan, a wooden fan with a contemporary style. Designed by Carlo Borer for Swiss company Stadler Form the Otto Fan has a wonderful retro design with a superb bended and oiled wooden ring made of African sapele wood. The fan is very powerful but is whisper quiet, it has 3 speed settings and is adjustable in height....
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CERRO PELON RANCH

The Cerro Pelon Ranch is a mind-blowing property owned by fashion designer Tom Ford, it was recently put on the market, with a reported asking price of $75 million. Designed by architect Tadao Ando, the rare and significant property is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and has approximately 20,600 acres, making it one of the largest properties in Santa Fe County. The impressive ranch includes the primary glass and concrete house that floats on a reflecting pool, an e...
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OBOL | NEVER EAT SOGGY CEREAL AGAIN

Another one of our flashbacks on interesting products we have featured here before and consider worth another look. Today’s "Flashback" is the Obol bowl, if you hate soggy cereal, this solves the problem! With Obol you can take your time eating your cereals, you will never eat soggy cereals again. Obol separates your cereals from your milk so you can mix them gradually as you eat. Obol can be used in various situations, adding croutons to soup or eating cookies with...
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