A spoon that holds your sandwich cookie while you dip it in milk or other liquid. The dipr cradles the cookie by the cream and prevents the cookie from crumbling when dunked. Best of all, you can eat right off of it so no more sticky fingers!
A micro environment in which to take a warm and comfortable power nap at ease. It is neither a pillow, nor cushion, bed or garment, but a bit of each all at the same time.
A cantilever wine bottle holder precision machined from 6061 Aluminum & holds the bottle horizontally such that the center of mass is roughly above the middle of the footprint of the holder.
Modern, slim, RFID secure wallets that make it easy to carry everything you need, anywhere you need to go.
Yoga isn't easily defined. There is so much history, so many types and the concepts overlap. You really need a map to help you sort it out.
Stainless Steel spoons that gently remind you sugar is evil each time you make a tea or coffee. And they look cool too, obviously.
Machined from solid aluminum, this bike light turns on automatically and shuts off when you're not riding. There's no need to remove it when you lock up because it's secured by your seatpost.
A stainless steel reusable filter which allows for more oils and a fuller bodied cup of coffee than paper. Designed to create the best coffee possible for those seeking a sustainable alternative to paper filter.
A premium lock that easily unfolds into a 90 cm. sturdy lock.When folded it's easily carried in its case,mounted on your bike frame.
A mysterious object that appears to defy gravity, this precision gyroscope is beautiful to behold and will amaze you and your friends.
A fast paced tactical miniatures game for two players. Survival horror at its finest, game play is fast and bloody creating urgency and claustrophobic terror, as the Vanguard fight for their very lives against an unrelenting nightmare.
A premium board for playing Settlers of Catan, perhaps the most popular Eurogame. Laser-cut and etched in wood. Amazing detail.
The simplest way to get the objects in your life texting, tweeting or emailing. Focus on your idea instead of installation or technical stuff.
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