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Notebook Portable Grill

If you are heading for the beach, a picnic or camping, but canīt live without a barbecue grill, here is an interesting solution- Notebook Grill is the perfect portable charcoal grill. Itīs clever design folds flat to one inch in seconds. Made of sturdy metal the grill measures twelve inches high, twelve inches wide and eighteen inches long, and weighs nine pounds. Watch the video

You can get it in Europe here





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ISLICE | SLICE BOX CUTTER | Image

ISLICE | SLICE BOX CUTTER

We love the look on this revolutionary box cutter. The ergonomic iSlice, features a ceramic blade that is 10 times sharper than metal blades and is very durable, lasting 20 times longer and never rusts. You can adjust itīs blade to three lengths plus it has a non-slip grip that wraps around your fist for better protection. The Slice is stylish, durable, and safer to use than traditional utility knives....
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RC Surfer

Ok, so the the surf is a little disappointing with barely a foot of onshore breeze-blown and ruffled little waves weakly washing ashore. Do not despair! With the iconic RC Surfer from Kyosho, youīll quickly forget the bad surfing conditions, with this fun and unique experience to add to your day at the beach. The RC Surfer 3 features an auto-recovery mechanism to make it unsinkable, and assists you in "righting" the board to get you back into the action quickly with...
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STUNNING ISEAMI HOUSE | BY ROBLES ARQUITECTOS | Image

STUNNING ISEAMI HOUSE | BY ROBLES ARQUITECTOS

This is just breathtaking, located in Playa Carate, Peninsula de Osa, Costa Rica, the Iseami House by Robles Arquitectos is 1 meter over the ground so its away from humidity, it uses thermal panels, built around a steel structure. The house promises a responsible approach to the nature of its location, Peninsula de Osa, a place the 5% of the world biodiversity is embodied....
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