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What a Dish!

The Dogleg Diner is where style-concious canines keep their kibble.

Author Adam K. Raymond Photography John Lawton

Doca Pet’s Dogleg Diner is the food bowl your dog would buy if you put the little guy in charge of such things. Designed by Luke Wong, who typically creates furniture for humans, the Dogleg Diner keeps two bowls aloft, so small pups like Bobby (above) don’t have to strain their neck muscles at chow time (apparently, that’s a problem).

More important, though, the Dogleg Diner looks fantastic. And with scratch-resistant powder-coated steel legs and a nonskid rubber bottom, it’s sure to stay that way.

LUCKY DOG

Dogleg Diner / $98 / www.docapet.com

GRANDMASTER FLASH

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FOR THOSE ABOUT TO PACK

Maker of the Swiss Army knife, Victorinox has a proven ability to fit lots of useful pieces into one small package. Its hard-bodied Officer’s Trunk takes that concept to the next level. / $500 / www.swissarmy.com

SLY STONE

With its distinctive behind-the-ear design, the Jabra Stone dispenses with the worst part of Bluetooth headsets: those pesky cheek-jabbing microphones. / $130 / www.jabrastone.com

REMAIN IN LIGHT

The Touchcube brings the Rubik’s Cube into the 21st century with lights instead of stickers and swipes instead of twists. But the updates, unfortunately, make the game no easier. / $150 / www.rubikstouchcube.com

One Response to “What a Dish!”

  1. Jeffrey Niedermaier Says:
    January 5th, 2010 at 9:48 am

    Nice dog bowl! I am ordering one.
    Jeffrey

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