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Geneva Sound System Model Xxl

Geneva, makers of the acclaimed Geneva Sound System, have recently launched the Geneva Sound System Model XXL, a device that is both a powerful home theater and a high fidelity music system. The lacquered wood dresser integrates a 700 watt digital amplifier of the highest quality, with seven speakers and a powerful 12-inch subwoofer. It features an elegant CD player loading slot, a radio, and a iPod/iPhone port that also streams video to a TV. It also has internal space for components like a DVD player, a games console and more.

Another similar product is the IKEA Uppleva




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GOBE MODULAR FLASHLIGHT

Meet the ultimate flashlight, Gobe is a flashlight but itīs a really complete one. Specially designed for outdoor and underwater activities, Gobe is rugged, built to resist dust, heat, shock and water (it can go under at 120m max depth). Gobe is a modular torch that is compatible with six interchangeable lightheads, each optimized to deliver the perfect beam pattern for your activity, you can choose the power of the light you want, from 500 to 700 lumens, and even 7...
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VSSL Suunto Black Ops Edition

VSSL (Vessel), makers of multi functional utility tools with components that are critical for outdoor survival, have teamed up with renowned adventure watch manufacturer Suunto for this special edition adventure kit designed for stealthy explorers, and packed with critical supplies. The VSSL Suunto Black Ops Edition is composed by a military grade storing unit that features a multi-mode LED light, an oil-filled compass, and little round boxes that go within, with ge...
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BEELINE

Beeline aims to make city cycling navigation a simple task. Developed by the London based design studio Map, its simplicity is what really stands out. Featuring a round plastic encased device, much like a regular compass, with a paper based LCD display that shows several features such as the direction you have to go (simply follow the rounded arrow on the display), speed, the remaining distance to get to your destination, and more. You control it with the included a...
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