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Bondic Liquid Plastic Welder

• Bondic® works best on rough surfaces and even better with undercuts
• Bondic® solidifies only by exposure to UV light (LED included)
• Bondic® works best in layers (the maximum thickness of one layer is 1- 1.5 mm)
• Bondic® works best when the surface is clean and free of grease
• Bondic® is solvent free, which is one reason why it doesn’t dry out
• Bondic® is a liquid plastic welder that should be used with the principle of welding and not gluing

Bondic® is the world’s first liquid plastic welding tool! It’s not a glue, so don’t use it as one! It’s the ONLY product that works where glue fails! It’s a liquid plastic that never dries until you want it to! Simply squeeze out the desired amount and use the UV LED Light to cure it in 4 seconds and it’s done, the world’s fastest drying bond! You’ll be amazed how fast it works!

Bondic® is both heat and water resistant, as well as resistant to acids, oils, lyles, and lubricants! The uses for Bondic® are endless. Replace and restore substances (reparation). Setting elements and objects (temporarily or permanently). Control over adhesive strength on difference surfaces. Joining objects by integrating undercuts in the construction. Filling and Sealing. Mold Making. Bondic® can be molded, milled, filed, painted, polished and sanded, so you can customize any repair! Bondic® is lightweight, portable, and can easily fit in your pocket, so you can take it on the go! Bondic® fixes the broken pieces of the world, one bond at a time!

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Maverick Chef Tunes Bluetooth Kitchen Speaker & Roasting Thermometer

Cook, dance & talk with your friends! A large LCD clock that converts to a roasting thermometer.
Works with iPhone, iPad, Android and any Bluetooth-equipped devices.

– Pre-set temperatures for all types of meats
– Voice alert when setting temperatures or when the food is done
– High quality Bluetooth speaker
– Hands-free phone. Auto muting feature.

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Radioactive Elements Glowing Coaster Set

Featuring the atomic number and isotopic mass of the most stable or common isotope for their respective radioactive elements, these pressure-sensitive coasters light up when you put your drink on them. Choose to set your drink down on: Curium-247 (Red), Einsteinium-252 (Blue), Fermium-257 (Green), Meitnerium-268 (Orange) . Set of four comes in a box with the radioactivity warning symbol.

Batteries included.
Not dishwasher safe

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M-Cuisine Stackable Microwave Cooking Set

This versatile set of M-Cuisine microwave cookware by Joseph Joseph keeps the elements of a meal separate, but allows you to cook them all at once in one simple to use, space-saving product. Stackable design allows you to cook an entire meal in minutes while running the microwave only once. Configure any of the four cooking pieces that include a cooking pot, steamer, griddle and lid with the reversing to serve as a microwavable plate.

Perfect for cooking chicken, beef, fish, vegetables, pasta and rice. Integrated handles in the pot and lid ensure easy removal from the microwave.
By Joseph Joseph, masters of form and function.

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Orishiki Fold-up Silicone Kitchen Mat Set

The Orishiki, as the “ori” of the name suggests, is an origami-inspired silicone mat. Smooth side up, it’s a straightforward mat to protect tabletops from hot items. Grooved side up, it can be used to allow washed glasses to drain and dry. To store, it folds neatly into a quarter of its size, with the grooves interlocking to prevent bulk.

Silicone
Approximate size: 7″ X 7″
Foldable
Trivet, dish rack, pot holder
Made in Japan

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