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To use, just drop one halit salt rock crystal per one liter of water as you set to boil and then cook your noodles to tasty perfection.
Do you wish that you had 10,000 crisp, brand new $100 bills all stacked neatly in the shape of a giant cube that could be used like a table, a million dollar table? Well, it turns out that you ... Continue
This mind-bending multi-player strategy game / brain teaser will have you playing a simple game of 3-in-a-row, but you have to think in multiple dimensions to win.
If you prefer your whisk(e)y chilled on the rocks, love dogs, and worry about diluting the flavor and aroma of your spirit with melting ice, then check out these cool new Tovolo Bulldog Ice Molds.
If love making soups, chilies, stews, stocks, and sauces, then freeze the extras into equal, measured portions for quick and convenient meals later on, then check out these cool new Souper Cubes.
This funny cardboard play cube has four face cutouts for your cat to peek out from, which also happens to give them a hilarious new bod on the outside like a flexing bodybuilder, an astronaut floating in outer space, ... Continue
Beneath the glass of this hypnotic table are 10 polished stainless steel cubes that appear to be frozen in time while rolling around in a circular infinite motion.
This all-white puzzle cube lets you twist and turn odd shapes and misaligned layers in all sorts of directions until, one day, you happen to solve it by returning it back to its cube form once again.
Makes, stores, and serves up unique shaped ice cubes that are created on the reversible side of the silicone lid.
This bizarre Rubik's Cube from Japan is completely white on all sides with each cube having a different tactile texture that is either gnarled (synthetic leather), gritty (wallpaper), smooth (plastic), fluffy (synthetic fur), pimply (silicone), or prickly (hook and ... Continue
This unique stainless steel kettle from Japan has a low-profile, square shape and a flat, thin bottom that is designed to bring water to a boil much faster than traditional kettles.
Chillable cubes of 100% pure Himalayan salt that can impart a subtle salty flavor to drinks without watering them down. Perfect for margaritas, bloody marys, and more.
The famous colorful 3D twist and turn puzzle from the 80s is back, but it's been shrunk down to the exact size of a single die (dice).
A portable, covered twist-and-serve ice cube maker that dispenses one ice cube at a time via a simple twist of the handle on top - no need for you or anyone else to ever touch the ice.
Includes eight Himalayan salt cubes and four stainless steel skewers for adding subtle salty flavor to grilled kabobs.
The infamous puzzle box AKA the Lament Configuration from the movie Hellraiser has been shrunk down in size and finished with an appropriate metal chain attached to a sharp fishing hook for hanging from the branches of your Christmas ... Continue
To solve this illuminated puzzle box means to find a way to turn off all the interconnected lights on each layer by rotating and repositioning each one. If it all goes dark, you win, but there's only one combination ... Continue
While it may appear to be nothing more than a big black cube, when pressed it uses LEDs and mirrors to simulate the wonders of the galaxy using three different stargazing modes.
There have been many varieties of chilled drinking stones in the past that ranged from stainless steel to soapstone, but none are quite as unique as these cool new Smokey Quartz Whiskey Chillersfrom designer Anna Rabinowicz.
Makes four perfectly round 2 inch ice balls that can be made from water or juice and packed with mint leaves, fruit slices, herbs, and more.
A giant handcrafted cube table comprised of smaller magnetic wooden cubes that all repel away from each other, yet are held precisely in place as if they're levitating by a system of tensile steel cables.
These cool new 24 Carat Gold Sugar Cubes from Switzerland are definitely the goto coffee and tea sweetener of choice for the ultra wealthy.
These individually wrapped granulated instant coffee cubes are sourced from the mountains of the famed Ocamonte region in Colombia and quickly dissolve in either hot or iced water.
It may look like a simple blank aluminum cube, but when you snap your fingers or give it a tap on top, it illuminates the time, date, and temperature magically on the side.

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