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Barebones Field Hatchet

Barebones Living have introduced a new compact hatchet to their arsenal of wood-splitting tools. The good-looking Woodsman Field Hatchet is crafted for precision, it features a blackened steel blade that is beautifully complemented by the rich beechwood handle. It also features a handy hammer head attached to rear side of the blade, and includes a seth. Lightweight and compact, the Field Hatchet proves indispensable in fireside work and field games. 



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IZOLA 6-IN-1 PEN TOOL

This elegant pen by Izola is a handyman´s dream, it combines 6 tools in one premium quality writing instrument, making it ready to handle more jobs than any other pen. Made of stainless steel with a matte gold finish, this versatile writing instrument also serves as a ruler, bottle opener, screwdriver, phone holder, and stylus....
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LEICA SL

Leica goes mirrorless with the new Leica SL, a compact system that delivers 24-megapixel full-frame sensor and offers an impressive range of innovative features. The company is targeting professionals, and the Leica SL is the perfect tool, it offers the highest possible image quality with the fewest compromises. Notable features OF THE interchangeable lens mirrorless camera, are the integrated 4.4 megapixel electronic viewfinder, the fastest autofocus of any profess...
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LEAP MOTION

We have read great things about the revolutionary "Leap Motion". Yesterday, we watched an impressive video on Gizmodo of the device in action, if you haven´t heard about it, check out the video after the jump, and get ready to be blown away. Leap motion is a Minority Report-style controller that allows you to interact with your computer in real, natural ways. You can do anything without touching anything, no clicks, no taps, you can point, wave, reach and grab just ...
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