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Coming next year, the cloud-connected SodaStream Mix will carbonate whatever liquid you like.
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This slow cooker has a taste for sous vide
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5-in-1 survival bracelet gives you the tools you need in an emergency. Features include element and age resistant bottle opener, scraper, whistle fire starter and 550 pound test paracord.
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10 LED, super-bright, battery-powered light provides illumination where and when you need it.
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