Apple Watch Hermès
Watch snobs may doubt Apple’s horological credentials, but at least they can’t question its luxury standing. The tech giant has been partnering with esteemed French fashion house Hermès since 2015 and now the pair’s quality leather strap is available to buy on its own. Add to your existing kit to swap from Silicone Valley to c’est chic.
Available at Apple, priced £449.
Bang & Olufsen BeoSound Shape
House parties are officially about to hit peak pissed-off-neighbours. And for that, we have Bang & Olufsen’s spectacular BeoSound Shape to thank. The firm’s new wireless wall speaker can be tailored to any interior; using a modular, geometric design and a range of mix-and-match colourways. Plus, it packs an all-in-one system that can unite up to 44 speakers for a multi-room dance party.
Available at Bang & Olufsen, later this year, price upon request.
Even the most relaxing round of golf is still usually marred by stressful moments and emotional swings. Luckily, that’s where Victorinox’s Golftool comes in. The caddy’s Swiss army knife boasts a tee punch for penetrating frosty ground, a one-handed divot tool to repair the green and a groove cleaner for your putter.
Available at Victorinox, priced £45.
Honor 8 Pro
We’re not quite sure what a ‘smartphone e-brand for digital natives’ means, but the stats behind the new Honor 8 Pro speak for themselves. Backed by Chinese tech company Huawei, the slick handset offers a 5.7-inch crystal clear screen, monster speed and a battery life that gives two days of run time on one charge.
Available at Huawei’s Vmall, priced £474.
Elretron Penna Retro Design Bluetooth Keyboard
Mad Men may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t type like it’s 1969. Mixing the best of the old and the new, this Bluetooth-enabled typewriter-style keyboard from US startup Elretron can link to a range of tablet and desktop devices and is even available in a retro wood finish. Just don’t let your boss catch you with Scotch.
Available at Kickstarter, priced £71.
2007 Jeep Wrangler Rattletrap Custom
If Mr T was in the market for a new A-Team van, we’re pretty sure he’d opt for this 2007 Jeep Wrangler Rattletrap. The Frankenstein of an off-roader is the result of racing experts Martin Barkey throwing together multiple custom parts, not limited to a twin-turbo 5.9-litre engine, a 500+ horsepower and enough torque to turn the Titanic.
Available at duPont Registry, priced £180,135.
Master Pan Divided Frying Pan
Boss breakfast time once and for all with the Master Pan Divided Frying Pan. The five-sectioned skillet is capable of whipping up every core component of the Great British fry-up at once, and better yet there’s less to wash-up (should you find a dishwasher big enough).
Available at Lakeland, priced £59.99.
Sound Magic Vento P55 Headphones
The free earbuds that come with a new phone usually aren’t worth the plastic they’re moulded from, so upgrade to a pair of quality cans. The Vento P55 Headphones from British audio brand Sound Magic offer rich and detailed quality as well as a closed earcups system that will stop any cringy tunes from leaking.
Available at Selfridges, priced £189.99.