Squee Wednesday: Do You Prefer Wooden Bow Ties over Cardboard Foosball Table? - Netokracija CEE

Squee Wednesday: Do You Prefer Wooden Bow Ties over Cardboard Foosball Table?

This week’s Squee Wednesday is all about wooden and cardboard items – from wooden bow ties, wooden whale shaped desktop belongings holder to the cardboard foosball table. In order to break that wooden-cardboard harmony, we added an interesting bike lightning and the press made out of mason jars!

Wooden Bow Ties

Squee Wooden Bow Ties

Oh, what a hipster must-have! We just love trendy blue checkered centerpiece along with the striking grain and color of the walnut – it will surely add that extra dose of dandy to every outfit. Great!

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Revolights

Squee Revolights

There will be no darkness with Revolights! This bike lighting system consists of two narrow rings of LEDs that mount directly to each wheel using a series of clips and ring spacers. The batteries are slim and lightweight, and can be charged via USB. The interesting part is an integrated accelerometer that provides speed and orientation data to the rings. This allows the LEDs to illuminate only when oriented at the front or rear of the bicycle. Magic!

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Kartoni Foosball Table

Squee Kartoni Foosbal Table

If you order this item, all of the required parts will be delivered in a cardboard box, of course! The items will be folded and assembled in just a few minutes. The construction is easy and works without glue or screws. No additional tools are required. Additional features include built-in speaker for iPhone and cup holder. Party for the whole family or the office!

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Wood Whale

Squee Wood Whale

The Wood Whale holds all of your desktop belongings so they don’t stray. Pens in the spout, phone in the mouth, letters in the tail. Remember, each Wood Whale is hand-crafted in Michigan using reclaimed or sustainably farmed wood, so, like the real ones, no two whales are alike, as they are handmade and crafted from various wood pieces.

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The Portland Press

Squee The Portland Press

The typical French press is still assembled from plastic and delicate glass in an overseas factory, but Bryan and Rob want to improve your coffee making experience with quality and materials that you can relate to. That’s why they are introducing the Portland Press made out of traditional American materials – wood, glass, steel and wool. And it looks great, too!

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