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Biolite Camp Stove

This is a very innovative project, the ecological BioLite Camp Stove features a thermoelectric system, after starting the fire, part of the device transforms heat into electrical energy, which moves the internal fan. No batteries required, gasoline or any other energy source. The excess energy generated can be used through a USB port to charge your devices including smartphones, LED lights, GPS and many others. Genius and ecological. via GadgetReview



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PRINTSTAGRAM | MINI INSTAGRAM STICKERS | Image

PRINTSTAGRAM | MINI INSTAGRAM STICKERS

With all the hype surrounding Instagram, some new companies are coming on the scene offering cool services related to the popular app. A couple of weeks ago we showed you the online service Stickygram that allows you to turn your instagrams into magnets. Printstagram is also an online service, and letīs you turn your favorite photos into mini stickers. For a mere $10 you get 2 sticker books per order with a total of 252 stickers!...
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AROUND CLOCK | BY LEXON | Image

AROUND CLOCK | BY LEXON

Designed by Anthony Dickens for Lexon, the Around Clock is an analog clock that shows time on a rotating cylinder. The cleverly designed timepiece features a rotating dial and a red "hand" that stays still indicating the time. A unique and unconventional clock that looks great on a work desk. via Get it in Europe here...
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GOAL ZERO SWITCH 10

Goal Zero have recently presented their new product, the Goal Zero Switch 10 Multi-tool Kit. With a big name on it, it better deliver what it promises… It comes with some props such as, a fan, a flashlight, a micro tip adapter, the Switch 10 lithium ion battery, and the Nomad 7 solar panel, that converts solar light into power. The 11Wh, 3000mAh battery only takes around 4 hours to charge up completely, either from a USB port or direct sunlight, so itīs not really t...
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