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What the hell is that? Part 54

Our range is growing constantly. However, some products will have you guessing what it is that you’re looking at. Today's example: a heap of silver balls.

Hundreds of silver balls in different sizes, all sitting on top of a black platform. Interesting…what’s this supposed to be? Maybe a model created by Sheldon Cooper himself to showcase molecules, atoms and other elements to all the nerds out there? A construction to explain time and space? Or maybe a gift idea for people who have everything they need? Nope, none of these.

This construction is a stress killer. Yes, you’ve read correctly: a stress killer. The black platform is magnetic and the silver balls are made of steel, allowing you to create all kinds of shapes with the heap of silver balls. I’m guessing that – depending on your stress level – the shapes you end up with look more or less aggressive. If your stress level is going through the roof, just go wild and throw those 200 steel balls all over the place. No liability assumed.

Malo stress killer
CHF 12.90instead of 20.301
PHILIPPI Malo stress killer
Magnetic magic – Malo is a classic when it comes to stress killers.
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From climbing ropes to red wine to hammer drills – we’ve got just about everything. In line with this, we’ve been browsing our range for unusual products that prompt a: What the hell is that? Find something in our range that's downright weird? Let us know: redaktion@digitec.ch

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When I'm not stuffing my face with sweets, you'll catch me running around in the gym hall. I’m a passionate floorball player and coach. On rainy days, I tinker with my homebuilt PCs, robots or other gadgets. Music was my first love, cooking is my second: I’m a real foodie and love trying out new recipes. I also enjoy travelling to exotic places, tackling hilly terrain on my road bike and criss-crossing the country on my cross-country skis.

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