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    Default Hydropneumatics, from comfort to safety.

    It seems that someone overseas has come up with a unique idea of recycling old spheres so no longer do they need to become landfill or sardine tins, they are now used as a safety device in the home.
    How's this for using a bit of ingenuity? Andre' would be pleased!!

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    I like it - Looks a really cool and smart idea!

    Very original!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan S
    It seems that someone overseas has come up with a unique idea of recycling old spheres so no longer do they need to become landfill or sardine tins, they are now used as a safety device in the home.
    How's this for using a bit of ingenuity? Andre' would be pleased!!

    http://www.pinqy.com/en/index.php


    Alan S
    It's brilliant. Aren't the best ideas the simplest?

    Not available in Oz I presume. If they were, from Perth it would be "oh, you have to get them from Over East!"

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