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Disappearing ink pen

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Clue powder

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Spy sunglasses

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Track any person, objects or
vehicle in real time. With Tracker Pro. Works
world wide with no range limits

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Spy pen

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This state-of
the-art ink will magically disappear after
approximately 60 minutes, without leaving a trace of
evidence.

Sensitive files can be marked and
you can rest assured your notes will be gone in about
an hour.
May also be used to mark clothing without staining
(pre-test small area of fabric before using).

Not to be used for check writing or
any legal documents.

DISAPPEARING INK PEN 5 units per
set.

MODEL OS 006
BLUE INK

PRICE $39 for 5 units

 

 


 

 

This detection powder is simply
sprinkled on any surface leaving an invisible film
which, when touched is immediately transferred to the
hand, clothing, etc. It is excellent for large and
small objects. Will remain on hands up

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My inbox is currently flooded with suggestions of delivery services offering to supply Michelin-quality ingredients for me to put together. If only, they hint, I can fold a couple of napkins into the shape of a swan and light a pink tapered candle, I can imagine myself in some mythical Chez Bruce.

Coronavirus may have stripped loo roll and spaghetti from the shelves of every supermarket, yet supplies of tarragon, toasted pine nuts and black truffles appear to be holding up very nicely. But I have a secret kitchen gadget that’s better than any carefully packaged box of esoteric ingredients. I have a Thermomix. 

The food processor, first developed in 1971 by a German firm, but particularly popular in France, is a combined chopper, cooker and weighing scales. It can knead dough, ferment kimchi or yoghurt, cook a perfect sous-vide steak, steam trout and prepare rice to sushi standards.

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