Superhouse Complex

With each headline taking us one step closer to the apocalypse, now may be the time to commission somewhere remote to escape to. The ‘Superhouse’ by architect firm Magnus Ström is just the ticket (a few million quid depending). The concept home is ready to build on a range of suggested locations, including on top of a ski slope, on a private island or even on the UK coast; complete with a 165-foot infinity pool, panoramic views and bespoke interiors.

Available to enquire at Superhouse, price on request.

Barbour Bywell Watch

What Barbour doesn’t know about crafting kit for the outdoors simply is not worth knowing. The northern brand’s Bywell timepiece features a genuine leather Nato strap, clear black dial for maximum legibility and is surrounded by durable black ion-plated steel. It’s the best of Britain that can handle, well, the worst of Britain.

Available at WatchShop, priced £135.

Nokia 3310 Re-Launch

The world has officially gone nostalgia nuts. Start printing out polyphonic ringtone sheets and dig out a selection of clip-on cases because the Nokia 3310 is making a comeback. The 1990s design icon, best known for its ability to last a week on a single charge, is set to be the must-have mobile for Glastonbury goers. Sure, it won’t have Instagram, but there will be Snake.

Launch date and price TBC.

Mankind February Grooming Box

For guys that want to keep their grooming regime strictly need-to-know, Mankind’s February skin and hair care box has got all the essentials covered. Expect premium shaving cream, luxury soap and expert eye gel, without the need to trawl the shelves for testers. With more than £80 worth of products from the likes of Redken, Men-ü and The Refinery, it’s like a ration box for your face.

Available at Mankind, priced £25.

Ferrari 812 Superfast

The roar of a Ferrari engine is set to crank up to 11 with the 812 Superfast. As the fastest ever addition to the brand’s roster, the does-what-it-says-on-the-bonnet model has a whopping 789 horsepower and 530lb-ft of torque. It’s less speed demon, more bona fide satanic supercar. Scream if you want to go faster (or genuinely fear for your life).

Available from 9 March, priced TBC.

Aedle ODS-1 In-Ear Headphones

Quality listening doesn’t necessarily require big cans. The ODS-1 headphones from French audio brand Aedle are small in size but big in sound thanks to pioneering hybrid technology and an aluminium acoustic chamber. Handcrafted in three colourways from Venetian calf leather in a Paris workshop, the manufacturer claims to have created “a new standard for nomadic audio luxury”. Don’t just take their word for it.

Available at Selfridges, priced £329.99.

Hayo Augmented Reality System

Convince your mates you’ve gone to the dark side with this insane new Darth Vader-inspired augmented reality system. Hayo 3D-scans any room, creating remote control points in the air that can dim lights, play music and adjust entertainment systems. The Sith powers end just short of telekinetic strangulation, though.

Available at Indiegogo, priced around £176.