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Steve Jobs Hyper Realistic Collectible Figure

Occasionally we post about some original toys, we recently posted a very cool, hyper realistic Batman collectible figure. The hyper realistic collectible figure of the legendary Steve Jobs is set to start shipping worldwide on late Feb. 2012. The figure includes a realistic head sculpt, two pairs of glasses, a highly articulated body, three pairs of hands, a black turtleneck, one pair of blue jeans, and one pair of black socks and sneakers. Hurry and get yours before it draw´s the attention of Apple’s legal team! via GadgetReview



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SHUFFLEBOARD TABLE | BY DISTRICT MFG | Image

SHUFFLEBOARD TABLE | BY DISTRICT MFG

Constructed from reclaimed oak, this beautiful Shuffleboard by District MFG features a unique playing surface and is custom manufactured one at a time. The structure is made from a single welded frame constructed from high strength steel and with an aged bronze finish, the gutters have a sleek hand-stitched leather base. 8 pucks and silicone beads are included. watch the video Available from District MFG or from Restoration Hardware...
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BETTERBACK

Look at yourself right now, how are you sitting? how is your back? and your neck? probably not to great, and that is because of bad posture whilst sitting down. BetterBack allows you to effortlessly sit in perfect posture, easing back pain, whilst training yourself how to sit. After a hugely successful Indiegogo campaign (raised over $1.6 Million), BetterBack is now available for purchase, the clever system makes every chair ergonomic, helping you build up your post...
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VERMICULAR CAST IRON SYSTEM

The new Vermicular Cast Iron System aims to combine ancient know-how with modern induction cooking possibilities. The story behind this cooking system goes all the way back to the mid 30s when the Hijikata family, the founders, created a cast iron factory. The unique material has the potential to enhance whatever you cook because of its ability to evenly disperse temperature and preserve moisture, plus you may set it on an open fire (mushikamado style) or in an oven...
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