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Anyone that has struggled to open a bottle of wine will appreciate this bottle opener machine that is truly a work of art.
The bottle opener machine is simple to operate yet highly effective at getting the corkscrew out of the bottle. It takes the process one step further though as it also pours you a […]
This Beautiful cauliflower, by its real name – Romanesco broccoli is characterised by the striking and unusual fractal patterns of its flower head. It has a yellow or vibrant green curd color.
It’s quite true about the saying – There’s no second chance at making a good first impression. Advertisement, regardless online or offline, if they don’t catch your attention within seconds they are considered failed. Agencies and big corporations do not believe in ‘cool factors’ in Cool advertising anymore. Instead, to really stand out of the crowd, […]
The alchemist keyboard was originally designed for a pharmacist and is themed around Apothecarial and Alchemical icons including the Bowl of Hygeia, the Caduceus, and the Eye of Ra (from which the modern “Rx” symbol used by pharmacists is derived).
The side lighting is wired into the scroll lock LED and turns on with a press […]
Swings that are publicly accessible areas, must, like all other playground equipment, the playground equipment standard EN 1176 match.
If a funny swing deflected from its rest position, it oscillates back and forth a few times until the frictional forces bring their movement to a standstill. To maintain the rocking motion or even intensify, so the […]
While there’s plenty of innovation in Palmer Johnson’s SuperSport 48 metre, the refusal to compromise is at the core of this carbon-fibre motor yacht, currently in build for delivery in the autumn of 2013.
‘The idea was to design a next generation Palmer Johnson SuperSport yacht that freed itself from the conventional compromises that yacht design […]
The Gee Bee (deriving its name from a shortened form of “Granville Brothers”) racers became the unofficial symbol of the “Golden Age” of flight during the interwar years. Its unique design and high-speed performance allowed it to take part in many of the air races that treated fans to something more than what was to […]