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Yankee Push Drill

The Yankee Push Drill, by renown tool manufacturer Stanley was a popular item sold for decades until 2004, at which point they suddenly stopped making them. This custom-made release for Garrett Wade is a beautifully finished, fast-working, and very special tool, made of the same materials and furnished with original double fluted bits. Made of chrome-plated solid brass, the functional tool, includes 8 bits neatly stored in the top of its handle. To use it, simply choose a bit, and as you push down, the bit rotates clockwise, cutting the hole, when you stop pushing, the handle springs up and the bit rotates in the other direction - essentially self-clearing. Every woodworker should have one of these. watch the video below

Available in Europe here




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LEICA X-U

Leica’s newest camera can go underwater! a rugged compact camera built for extreme weather and underwater photography. The new Leica X-U features a ruggedized body that can withstand falls, sandstorms, and water (it can be submerged up to 49 feet for up to 60 minutes). This is the first underwater camera with an APS-C Sensor, and it features 16.5MP, a 23mm f1.7 ASPH lens, a 3-inch LCD screen, and is capable of shooting 1080p HD video at 30p....
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BOSE CUSTOM HEADPHONES

Bose is now offering customers the choice of customizing their QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones. On Bose´s website you can now launch the design tool and choose your favorite color combination for the popular headphones. You can get the original version for $299 at amazon...
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SNAP 7 CAMERA CASE

The Snap 7 is a must have for the new-age mobile photographers, a new case for the iPhone 7/plus that makes snapping professional pictures easier than ever before. The sleek case brings the best features of a traditional camera back to your phone, equipping it with an actual shutter button, an interchangeable lens system, ergonomic grips, and making it compatible with most tripods.  It works directly with the native iPhone Camera App, no cables, no pairing, no ...
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