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Crumpled City Maps

Forget folding, and cease creasing

Crumpled City Maps

Forget folding, and cease creasing

Milan

£7.99
(Was £9.99)
 
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Sure your snazzy smartphone has all manner of maps and satellite based location technology, but you can’t always rely on an internet connection or battery life... or, as it turns out, the maps themselves (thanks Apple Maps).

Each Crumpled City Map is an original design, and features all of the particular city’s Monuments, Museums, Galleries, Parks, and Historical Places. Plus, there’s also a bonus list of 10 SoulSights; particularly evocative spots that are off the beaten path.

Thanks to their almost indestructible construction, the Crumpled City Maps can be stuffed into a bag or pocket, or spread out on any surface. No more fanatical folding. These maps even feature a special ‘zoom’ function; activated by moving your face closer to the map, or holding the map further away from your face.

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Please Note:
  • Cities available: Amsterdam, Barcelona, London, Madrid, Milan, Munich, New York, Paris and Rome
Product Features:
  • Crumple it before and after use!
  • ‘Soft’ map construction
  • Maps include all key areas, sights and locations
  • 10 ‘SoulSights’ – particularly evocative areas
  • Stretch and rip resistant
  • 100% waterproof
Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 87cm(W) x 58cm(H)
  • Weighs approximately 20g

Customer Reviews

That zoom function is ingenious! I'm sold!
Robert Anderson, St Albans - 28th November 2012
As a cyclist, would go for this if you could do u. K areas in an Ordnance Map way, the crumple factor would lead to a lot of interest from cyclists, walkers, etc.
Reg, Romford - 14th November 2012
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