If you’re fond of decisively revealing designed timekeepers, then the latest watch of Tissot is an inevitable piece to add to your collection. To harvest admiration from serious collectors alike, the Sculpture line Skeleton offers a clear view on the mesmerizing motion of the used Swiss manual-wind ETA caliber 6497, that also features a power reserve of 49 hours.
Antique tools and old-world master-craftsman technique are what give pieces of Billykirk a serious uniqueness, and the stuff to stand the test of time. However, their latest compact hat range comes straight from Ecuador, and comprises three enticing Panama models – a classy diamond crown, eccentric pork pie, and the a snap brim Panama.
To qualify as the ultimate travel bag it needs a package that combines authentic looks with exceptional build-quality, and a generous inside. The Montague weekender from J.Crew offers all that inclusively an exclusive worn-in finish, that is ready to be passed over for a few generations. Inside the Montague displays a generous main compartment flanked by three slip-pockets and lined in a striped herringbone cotton.
The venerable watchmaker Raymond Weil belongs to the limited circle of Swiss watchmakers still in family hands, and it’s also the youngest independent watchmaker located in Geneva. To celebrate its 35th year in business, they introduce a limited edition of their Maestro model, that features a full calendar alongside a moon-phase complication and the constant attention to quality and precision we’re used to from RW. A 39.5mm slender case made of 18kt gold with double sapphire crystals houses a Swiss automatic caliber.
As point-n-shoot cameras become increasingly popular, it can become an arduous task to unearth a cam that offers both a potent lens and the mobility you demand. The new Olympus SP-810UZ is made to fill exactly that gap with combining a super wide f/2.9-5.7 24-864mm optical zoom lens with a slender 14-megapixel camera. Alongside the 35x optical zoom you get dual image stabilization with fast AF tracking, 720p HD video, 3D image capture, a 3-inch LCD, and Eye-Fi compatibility.
The Danish creator of upscale domestic technology, Bang & Olufsen, introduces the smaller brother of the acclaimed BeoSound 5. The new BeoSound 5 Encore comes in the same impressive guise made of aluminum and glass as its sibling, but it boasts with compelling simplicity and easy access to all your possible media sources, either being it a connected hard drive, a NAS, an A2DP connected device, a USB stick, a mobile device, or from one of 13.000 internet radio stations. A 10.4-inch LCD and a classic iPad-esque scroll wheel offers you control over all the input, or you let the patented and award-winning MOTS “More of the Same” algorithm string together a row of songs of a similar nature.
A case that fits your iPad2 like a second skin without missing the comfortable Smart Cover functionality, that’s what Hard Graft’s BACK UP case has to offer. The used semi-vegetable tanned Italian Nappa leather exhibits a natural skin structure, and is made to last yet offers a supple haptic, whilst the German asphalt grey wool felt offers the Hard Graft signature contrast you’re used to from the Austrian accessory maker.
When the summer begins to unleash its sweat-inducing heat, then it is about time for some complementing shades. The true creator of the legendary aviator, Randolph Engineering, might offer what you demand with the Concorde, one of their classic and most authentic American styles. Drop-shaped lenses with 140mm tan polarization, a golden frame, and entirely made in the USA are what makes this the looker per se.
From the originator of the quirky color stripe pattern comes this kinda remnant of those days we weren’t addicted to all these tech-gadgets – we’re talking about a classic travel alarm clock. Playfully colored numerals, a stainless steel case with a folding clasp, and a black genuine leather pouch completes an accessory, that complements every hotel room’s bedside table.
Over the past decade, the once fashion prodigy Kris van Assche has honed his craft at Dior Homme, Yves Saint Lauren and few other high-profile designers to present you such enticing pieces as this recent collaboration with Eastpak. A bright brown canvas defines a messenger with a functional fit, that also offers plenty of space for your documents and needful things of the daily routines.
Porsche Design pieces are commonly not known for being the typical outdoorsmen gear, but the P’6520 compass watch offers the stuff to satisfy Bear Grylls. This 42mm, titanium black PVD reissue of a Ferdinand Porsche original scribbled back in 1978, is constructed of two parts, of which the upper part is a usual mechanical three-hand watch, whilst the lower part opens the view for a removable liquid compass. The timekeeper drives a Swiss automatic Sellita caliber SW300 with a power reserve of 42 hours, even though this might be obsolete considering the watch being in constant motion in the wilds.
There exists a veritable plethora of cases for iOS-running devices, however Blackberry owners got the short end of the stick, and had to stick with a meager selection. In the scope of Maison Martin Margiela’s winter collection comes this two-piece smartphone case, that provides a perfect place for both your iPhone or Blackberry. Deep colored leather on the outside and an ultra fluffy sheepskin in the inside make an enticing made in Italy phone holder that craves to complement your business dress.
The Apple Display is not just a sleek display to complement your unibody Mac Book Pro, it’s the Mac user’s power docking station swathed in a compelling guise. Apple has now updated the 27-inch display with the USB 3.0-stomping Thunderbold port, that is good for daisy chaining up to five additional Thunderbolt devices. Aside the lightning fast display-port substitute. the display exhibits finest colors via a 2560 x 1440 edge-to-edge IPS panel, and features a FaceTime HD cam including fitting mic, Gigabit Ethernet, MagSafe port, three USB 2.0 ports and a Firewire 800 port.
It was just a question of time till the revived slate industry finds itself blessed with an authentic business-focused device, and who could be a better fit than the legendary ThinkPad brand. Simply dubbed the ThinkPad tablet, Lenovo publishes a 1GHz Tegra2 slate, which also features 1GB RAM, 16/32 or 64Gb of storage space, a ThinkPad typical IPS panel with 1280×800-pixels in 10.1-inch, mini HDMI, a full USB 2.0 port, a micro USB port, 3-in-1 media card reader, and a rivaling battery uptime of around 9 hours. To set it apart its competition, Lenovo puts in a pressure-sensitive stylus that automatically converts handwritten text or the latest scribbled market changing idea, an additional Keyboard folio inclusively the ThinkPad signature, the red Trackpoint – and much more to experience.
Never fix a running machine, but it won’t do any harm to give the existing, acclaimed and rewarded product a new form factor. Lighter and smaller in size, to be precise 86 x 135 x 19 mm, but not less capacious, that’s LaCie’s new Rugged Mini. The proven, alarming orange Neil Poulton design distinguishes this shock-, rain-, and pressure-resistant mobile HDD, that also boasts with USB 3.0 connectivity, and comes with either 500GB, 1TB, or 1.5TB of storage space.