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Looftlighter X

The popular tool to light the grill is now cordless! Meet the Looftlighter X - the worldīs first battery-powered and all-electric firelighter. The handy tool does not need a cord, delivers 10 ignitions per charge, and will light a fire in 60 seconds. The Cordless wand "fires" a hot airstream speeding up the heating process of your coals. You will also eliminate the chemical taste that comes from using lighter fluid and briquettes. No more waiting for 20 minutes at peak hunger time, before you know it you will have a roaring fire.



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BASSJUMP | PORTABLE SUBWOOFER FOR MACBOOK | Image

BASSJUMP | PORTABLE SUBWOOFER FOR MACBOOK

Designed exclusively for MacBook, BassJump is a sweet, one-of-a-kind, go any, USB-powered subwoofer that turns your MacBook into a mini sound system. One single USB cable delivers power and sound. Custom software blends the music  coming out of your built-in speakers with the sound output of the BassJump for dramatically enhanced audio performance. ...
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BOOK | BY FIFTYTHREE X MOLESKINE | Image

BOOK | BY FIFTYTHREE X MOLESKINE

Remember the Paper app? an award winning and beautiful "sketch book-style" app that allows you to capture your ideas as sketches, diagrams, illustrations, notes or drawings and instantly share them across the web. Well, Fiftythree, the company that created the app has joined forces with Moleskine to give users the ability to print 15 foldout pages of their sketches onto a stunning, custom-printed Book. The project is called "Book", and the process is simple, pick 15...
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SmartHalo 2

The creators of the SmartHalo (a device that turns your bike into a smart one), are back on Kickstarter with the next generation of the award-winning, minimalist smart biking device. The new SmartHalo 2 promises greater connectivity and puts fitness data right in the riderīs line of vision.  Like its predecessor, it has a circle of colorful lights it uses to communicate information, such as turn-by-turn signals, speed in real time, or fitness metrics like dista...
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