Romana Floral Sandal
Tall and strappy floral patterned gladiator sandal. Zips all the way up the back. Bottom sole is rubber lined. *Jeffrey Campbell for Free People *Fabric Covered Leather *Import *13 tall, 7 diameter opening (extended)
by Free People
Lugger Leather boot
Superdry retro vintage Lugger Leather boot with perforated panelled design, distressed detailing and embossed sole logo detail.
Women's Mongolian Fur-Trim Shearling Hooded Jacket
Forzieri's shearling jacket exudes retro elegance with outer rich brown suede, shearling lining, white mongolian fur trim, oversized button closure and slim fitted shape for warmth and style. Made in Italy
by FORZIERI Italia
Charm Scooby Doo Rocking Toy
Ruh roh! Better hop on this one before they're sold out! The Charm Scooby Doo Rocking Toy will delight any little one! Licensed by Warner Bros. this is the real deal with Scooby's signature big sweet eyes and tongue wagging. This rocking toy has a sturdy wood base and is made with soft plush for a fun comfy ride. It holds up to 150 pounds and the seat height is 18 inches perfect for tots to climb aboard. Cleans easily with mild soap and water. Recommended ages 3-6 years. A fun toy that will hold up to the rigors of riding and sleuthing!
Utilitea Variable Temperature Kettle
If you've landed on this page on purpose, there's a pretty good chance that one of your favorite methods of caffeine delivery doesn't necessarily include the boiling of roasted and ground beans in water. Don't get us wrong - coffee is still king of the wake-up juice, but sometimes steeping fermented leaves in hot water is a more civilized alternative. What most folks don't realize is that tea is a delicate thing - you don't just throw leaves at a pot of boiling water - there's subtlety involved, mostly around brewing temperature. See, your typical Assam black Tea needs water in a rolling boil, about 212 degrees Fahrenheit. If you tried to use the same brewing temperature for white tea, though, you'd be left with a less-than-perfect cup. Water that's too hot leaves an over-extracted bitter brew that's unpleasant and strong. 180 is optimal, but even that temp is too high for the most green teas. You want something more along the lines of 150 to 175, tops. Watching a boiling pot of water for the perfect temperature is a suboptimal use of your time. You could use a robot or something to make sure your water doesn't get too hot for your tea of choice. Luckily, this kettle has a built-in thermostat that lets you choose just how hot your brewing water gets before pouring. So, if you're a tea junkie, and know your rooibos from your lapsang souchong, you're going to want to up your game to the next level by making your tea at the proper temperature.
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Self Stirring Mug
Stirred not shaken... The Self Stir Mug is one of those gadgets intended to make your life easier. For those of you who find stirring a chore, after making yourself a lovely cuppa, then this is ideal for you. Connotations of lazy may be used against you, but this actually helpful and strangely hypnotic to watch. While your drink stirs itself, you have time to grab some tasty treats to accompany your drink of choice. Not just a gimmick, the Self Stir Mug will stir any liquid from, tea to soup. Simply press the thumb-friendly button at the top of the handle and watch as the battery-powered mug does all the stirring for you. Also included is a handy travel lid with a drinking hole, which is great for when your on the move. A wacky but fun idea, it's the type of gadget that makes you wonder how you ever lived without it. - R.K. Features: Press the button on the handle and watch as it stirs itself Battery powered stirring mechanism Stainless steel thermal mug Travel lid with drinking hole included Capacity: 350ml Hand wash only Requires 2x AAA batteries (not included) Size: Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 11cm Weight: 200g
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