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Puzzle frame Art Crystal jigsaw Ghibli private cloud white (18.2×25.7cm)

Ensky sells jigsaw puzzles of characters such as ONE PIECE animation and the company stands at the top of sales in recent years with these big hits. Ensky is a SB© toy maker company in Saitama Prefecture. Amada printing processing – It belongs to the Amada group together with Etoile and is responsible for the planning and sales department. With the permission to commercialize various trend characters, we plan not only general SB© toys but also general merchandise and stationery as multifaceted planning goods. The company founded in 2005 (Heisei era 2005) June. It is a company spun off from Amamida which continues to lead the character business world for more than half a century. We raised a name as a creative group pursuing our own brand of SB© toys. We aim to be a value added creation type company specializing in the planning and selling of original products, from character SB© toys to mainly jigsaw puzzles, fancy goods, SB© toy confections and next generation SB© toys. Ensky is a brand that already exists as a matter of course in the family where you have children. For all the products we are sending out to the world, our own thoughts that impressed and sympathize with the character work are also included.

  • Ensky sells jigsaw puzzles of characters such as ONE PIECE animation and the company stands at the top of sales in recent years with these big hits.
  • Puzzles are also an important educational learning tool for toddlers and young children as they provide many skills and mental learning benefits and opportunities.
  • Working on puzzles and solving them provides us with very many helpful benefits.
  • Research shows puzzles are educational, especially in the area of mathematics, and they offer developmental support for both children and adults.
  • Obtain a jigsaw puzzle of your choice from Japan, and have a fun, relaxing time with your kids, while at the same time developing their minds educationally.

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DZW Toast and Egg Two Slice Toaster and Egg Maker, coffee oven Omelette breakfast Fully automatic 6 times the temperature 1500 W – Red Multifunction – Reduced

Product description


30 minute timer controlTemperature control settingIndicator light900 watts


600ml coffee pot600 WattsSwing-out filter compartmentPause ‘N Serve anti-drip featureOn/Off switch


20 * 30cm baking pan700 wattsPerfect for frying eggs and other breakfast foods

Product Dimensions (in): 480mm*295mm*570mm /5.6kg

pattern breakfast, Variety of delicious, to meet the taste of a family

  • Taste breakfast, Variety of delicious.
  • Five minutes for quick breakfast
  • Health and safety, fried steamed anti-dry.
  • if in doubt please contact customer service.
  • Product measurements are manual, may produce 1-2cm error.Due to different computer monitors, shooting environment and other factors, product pictures and in-kind may cause a little Color difference, the product picture for the real shot, please rest assured to buy

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Andy Rubin’s Essential sued over modular connector tech – CNET

Josh Miller/CNET

Andy Rubin’s Essential Products has slipped right back into hot water. Keyssa, a wireless technology company backed by iPod co-creator Tony Faddell, is suing Essential, founded by Android cocreator Rubin, in a lawsuit filed on Monday that alleges the company stole trade secrets, according to Reuters[1]. Keyssa alleges that Essential for 10 months considered using the company’s wireless tech for its first phone, the Essential Phone[2], before opting to use a competitor, SiBEAM.

During that 10 month period, Essential was educated by Keyssa engineers on the technology, and went on the use that information despite not partnering with the Faddell-backed company. This information amounts to trade secrets, Keyessa says, and Essential breached a nondisclosure agreement by using it. The practical application was the Essential Phone’s wireless connector, which attaches to a 360-camera accessory[3].

Essential had trouble back in June when phone accessory maker Spigen sent the company a cease-and-desist letter over the use of the name “Essential,” reported Android Police[4]. Spigen had trademarked “Essential,” but not specifically for phones[5]. In response, an Essential spokesperson said at the time,[6] “Essential believes they are without merit and will respond appropriately.”

Essential and Keyssa were contacted for comment.


  1. ^ according to Reuters (www.reuters.com)
  2. ^ Essential Phone (www.cnet.com)
  3. ^ 360-camera accessory (www.essential.com)
  4. ^ reported Android Police (www.androidpolice.com)
  5. ^ phones (www.cnet.com)
  6. ^ an Essential spokesperson said at the time, (www.androidpolice.com)

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