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    A new opener from Coravin pours a glass of wine without the need to open the bottle. No, this is not magic or osmosis at work here, but rather, a thin hollow needle is used to pierce the cork to get to the precious fluid inside. The science behind the system is a simple matter of preventing the inevitable chemical reaction between wine and oxygen. Normally, when you pop the cork on a bottle, the wine tannins inside the bottle begin to interact with the oxygen in a process called oxidation. Now, by combining a wine preservation system with an opener (or at least a pour spout), wine enthusiasts can enjoy wine by the glass without sacrificing the bottle. The device clamps on to a bottle of wine and the needle is inserted through the cork simply by pressing down on the unit. Argon is then introduced into the bottle through the needle and the resulting pressurization forces out the wine into a waiting glass. No oxygen is let into the bottle during the process and the needle is small enough so that the cork naturally seals itself upon removal. The Coravin 1000, the price is $300. 
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    Mark Manger has created the GrOpener(Grab Opener) is a one-handed bottle opener that allows you to pop the top off by simply grasping the bottle. Just grab the bottle and it's opened.
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    Hit is an incredibly loud alarm that is combined with a key ring to give you two layers of defense in the case of an assault. By activating the alarm, the assaulter will likely get caught up trying to silence it, which the unique design makes incredibly difficult, or trying to flee the scene. CR2032 batteries required. €19.95
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    Keep your laundry pegs within reach and your wash line playful with the cabina peg holder, which is designed by Avichai Tadmor. $19
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    Tel Aviv-based Artori Design has developed a series of handy pencil accessories including a 'broom' eraser extension and a storage device for organizing paper clips and other desk supplies.
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    It might be a rare occasion that you drop your pocket knife in a pond while out camping, you know the annoyance involved in retrieving that sucker. The Cork Knife eliminates any fear of cutting rope on the side of a lake or whittling wood over a creek. The cork handle on the stainless steel blade allows the knife to float when dropped in water. $26
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    Try the Lekue ice cube try to make heart-shaped ice cubes for your sweet heart.
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    Tic Tac Toe pencil holder allows users to take a fun break at work. 14,80
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    Thirst Aid is a reusable hydration pack that looks like a saline drip pouch, but you can fill it with your favourite energy drink. It stands upu like a bottle when full and can be folded or rolled when empty. Not suitable for hot drinks.
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    The Opena for iPhone 5 is lighter and thinner than the original Opena but still just as awesome. The improved POSI-LOCK sliding mechanism ensures effortless operation of the slide out bottler opener for the life of your Opena!
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    The Chillsner is a slim, aluminum device which can keep your beer cold from the first sip to the last. It is designed to be frozen and then inserted into a bottle of beer. Four flow vents deliver a smooth, consistent flow of perfectly chilled beer with every sip. Each gift box contains 2 one of a kind in-bottle beer chillers for $30. Cool gadget in summer.
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    Lumigrids is an LED projector for bicycles, which aims to improve safety during night riding. It projects square grids onto the ground. By observing changes in the grids, the rider can easily comprehend the landforms ahead. Lumigrids has three modes with different grid sizes that can be used to adapt to different situations: normal mode (140x180mm), high-speed mode (140x260mm), and team mode (300x200mm).
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    The hard wood ruler by Atypyk takes the shape of a gun! Carrying the "gun" is not only legal, but also cool. Great for school students. 10EUR
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    Anne Marie Chaker's May 15 "Just One Thing" Wall Street Journal feature focused on Jonathan Wright — a professional gardener at the Chanticleer Public Garden in Wayne, Pennsylvania — and his indispensable Lesche Digging Tool (above).
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    "Jonathan Wright is a self-identified "plant geek" with a soft spot for summer-flowering dahlias.
    His Lesche Digging Tool, which he says he never gardens without… [is a] 12-inch knifelike tool [with] a serrated edge, which makes it useful for cutting and dividing perennials or even twine. Mr. Wright says the Lesche knife is a good substitute for a trowel when tucking bulbs or small plants into the ground. The action is slightly different from a more labor-intensive digging motion: "I stab it into the ground and pull toward me," he says, creating a cavity in the soil that makes planting "three times as fast" — significant when there are, say, hundreds of bulbs on the to-do list.
    The knife's tip makes a handy wedge for lifting weeds or even pavers, which sometimes require resetting or weeding between. In the vegetable garden, the flat edge of the knife makes it easy to draw a straight line in the soil for seeding.
    The steel tool's maker is W.W. Manufacturing Co. Inc., a Bridgeton, N.J., supplier of rakes, spades and other gardening and landscaping equipment. A plate just below the handle "guards your hand from sliding down" onto the blade, says Ingrid Hawk, co-owner of the company, which was founded by her father, Walter Lesche, in the mid-1950s and known as Walt's Welding.
    Mr. Wright says he was given the tool when he started gardening at Chanticleer as a student fellow in 2001. "One of the gardeners said, 'Here, take this, it will be your new best friend,' " he recalls. Today, he is in charge of designing and planting terraces surrounding the mansion on the 47-acre property. "It did replace any other trowel or weeding tool I had," he says.
    Another benefit: The red handle makes it easy to find if he leaves it in the garden. But even if that doesn't work, "I've bought a backup," he says.
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    The clever notebooks have a real pencil nestled conveniently in its trompe l'oeil designed cover. Remove the pencil for use, and press it back in place for easy storage. 144 pages. $15.
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    The Pen Zen Bamboo Desk Organizer can be used either vertically or horizontally. It's tiny rubber fingers hold pens, pencils, make up brushes, Twizzlers, and anything else that's long and skinny. It also has hidden magnets just under the bamboo to hold paperclips or other magnetic miscellanea. The goal of the Pen Zen Bamboo Desk Organizer is simple: to organize your desk in a beautiful and simple way. That way, with your desk organized, it's easier to get your mind organized. $25
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    Rite in the Rain kit includes all-weather writing paper and pen. "Outdoor writing products for outdoor writing people" is the purpose of the design. Since this paper is designed for use in extreme conditions it is manufactured with the most durable yet recyclable components available. Available on amazon.
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    Enjoy cool beverage at the beach with the beverage stakes. Powder-coated metal stakes hold standard-size beverage containers. Fun spiral design adds a twist to your next beach party or BBQ or picnic. $10
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    Keyprop is a tripod + stand that fits on your keychain. It fits iPhone4/4S/5 and all other smartphones, including cases. It's the perfect stand for any occasion. Camera timer app included.
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    The 'Kids Rule' wooden ruler height chart by Lovestruck Interiors is a handmade, customized wooden growth chart, designed as a giant vintage wooden ruler. Simply fix them to a wall for many generations of recording the growth of your family – over 6 foot high so the adults can measure their demise too! Available in 3 colours – Aged Oak (dark), Mid Oak (light) and Washed White and in both Imperial & Metric measurements. A great gift for boys and girls to track growth. $156
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