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Blomus Aguo Watering Can

When it comes to well-designed, lust-worthy objects, watering cans aren't exactly the first thing that comes to mind. Yet here sits the Blomus Aguo Watering Can ($80-$135). Made from stainless steel and available in sizes from 47 oz. up to 1.3 gallons, it's a great way to offset the tackiness oozing from those garden gnomes you got from Grandma.

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