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Straight-Hold Hatchet

The Straight-Hold Hatchet by Best Made Company is one of those items that we don’t necessarily need, but definitely want. It is perfect for carving duties, clearing light brush, splitting kindling, or simply display. Barely over a pound in weight, you’ll hardly notice this slight-but-dutiful tool in your backpack, but once you unpack it, you´ll have a hard time ignoring its sleek design. Available in four striking colors or a clean colourless version.

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The I-1 is the first new camera for the original Polaroid instant photo format in over 20 years. Developed by Impossible Project, the easy-to-use point and shoot instant camera prints photos using Impossible Project 600-type film (reverse-engineered from Polaroids now-discontinued 600-type offering). The camera is paired to an app where you can take full photographic control of aperture, flash and shutter speed, plus experiment with creative tools like light paintin...
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Instagram fans rejoice! Instacube is as if your digital photo frame went social. With Instacube you can get constant updates from your friends´ accounts on the most important and beloved photo social network - Instagram. You can also interact with them, liking or saving the images you want, it has a favorite button on top so you can be sure to tag your favorite pics. Instacube is perfect for gazing at a live stream, and also gives you the chance to browse by swiping...
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Pearl RearVision

Pearl RearVision is a new aftermarket add on that you can get for your car to boost up your parking skills. If you´re really into your car and just get depressed whenever you scratch it or get a bump on the fender, then this device is just for you. It features two HD cameras that let you check the back of your car with full details and with different angles to keep everything in check. You can mount it yourself, easily, and then it´s just a question of pairing up wi...
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