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Spyra One Water Gun

A new product is taking Kickstarter by storm, a next-generation water gun that will get you soaking wet. The Spyra One is an electronic water gun that instead of shooting a stream of water, it shoots "water-bullets" to up to 30 ft! The high-tech water gun features a self-refilling mechanism that can automatically suck up a full tank of water in just 14 seconds over a body of water, and has a digital display that shows how many shots you have left. Oh, and a single 6-hour charge is said to last for at least 45 fills, or 1,125 shots. How cool is that? watch the video below



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CHALKBOARD PAD

We live in a time it seems that everyone wants the latest in technology. This Chalkboard Pad is nice for a change and reminds us of the times when we actually took written notes. It is made from reclaimed wood, reclaimed black leather and chalkboard paint. The old schoolhouse chalk board is great for grocery lists, sketches, messages and plans. There is a hole in the top for hanging. via...
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ALVA PENDANT

Alva Pendant is a new LED light that looks like an old bulb through laser etched inscriptions into the crystal that give the idea of classic metal filaments. This powerful light provides a downward light projection of up to 290 lumens and you can choose between a colder luminescent light or a warmer color. Dim fixture is provided as well as a 6ft cuttable cloth chord. There are also two possibilities for the casing of the bulb and multiple chords color choices. Hang...
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COELUX ARTIFICIAL SKYLIGHT

This is just brilliant, Coelux is an Italian company that make artificial windows and skylights that mimic the true effect of natural sunlight and the sky, you won´t believe it isn´t real!  Designed for gloomy interior spaces, the high-tech light system uses Nanotechnology, and not only mimics the color temperature, it mimics the quality of daylight, it looks so real even a camera will be tricked. The creator’s claim the system is so effective tha...
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