Raymond Weil’s Nabucco Cuore Caldo is the first split-second watch with a power reserve indicator; other luxury touches include 18K pink gold, carbon fiber and sapphire crystal.
Nobody ever said being good was easy, but Bang & Olufsen also makes it pricey: they’re auctioning the first BeoSound 9000 plus a pair of 8000s, with proceeds going to UNICEF.
We’re not sure if the Ethiopian sheep leather ear pads are enough to justify the $1,799 price tag, but Ultrasone’s Edition 9 definitely appeal to audiophiles who also crave exclusivity.
Huck Gee is dropping an extremely limited run of 10 hand-painted Thundersticks figures on 12/12 at their eBay store; he’s decked out in body armor with two cleavers and a spiked flail.
Rocked by Run DMC in the 80s, Double Goose revisits old school style with their V Bomber Jacket; it’s 70% down and 30% feathers and sports Double Goose studs and tags.
Engineered by the SpaceShipOne team, the ICON A5 is designed for recreational flying; it’s able to land on water, features wings that fold away and runs on unleaded.
Maserati’s MC Sport Line offers a slew of carbon fiber add-ons (seen above on their GT S). It’s mostly for show, although their suspension kit stiffens springs and lowers the ride by 10mm.
We’ve featured some expensive watches, but this Horizon Watch is incredulous in its simplicity: it looks great, but for $39k you’re basically paying for designer Mark Newson’s name.
And a million fans cried out in joy: eFx Collectibles’ 23″ long X-Wing is based on the original miniature, with S-foils that open and close and Luke Skywalker in the cockpit. Thanks, Pek!
Not content with inlaid ebony hardwood and 24 karat gold, Mobiado’s Pro 105GMT also squeezes in two Swiss timepieces into its case; also included: sapphire crystal buttons.
With a Lambo-sourced 5.2L engine, Audi’s R8 V10 is one of their most powerful production cars, and we believe it: the beast drives 552hp and 391 lb-ft torque to the wheels.
If your’e lucky enough to be loaded, Wald’s Black Bison 2003 Bentley Continental GT will push your street cred to blingtastic levels with a new bodykit, exhaust and suspension.
It’s been ages since we gripped a No. 2, but Faber-Castell’s Perfect Pencil has us longing for grade school; made with California cedar, it includes a metal extender and sharpener.
Celebrate 2009 with Krug’s On My Own Terms luxury champagne case; it includes six bottles of their Grand Cuvee along with a personalized plaque affixed to a cellar case.
Roger Dubuis’ Easy Diver SED watch bares it all with a gorgeous open skeleton set in a 48mm titanium case; the hand-wound movement is tied to a 60-hour flying tourbillon at 7.
With all the 60s/70s style throwbacks coming out of Detroit lately, Mitsuoka’s Morgan-clone Himiko is a breath of fresh air; its internals are actually based on a Mazda MX-5 Miata.
Rounded and retro, Ralph Lauren’s Purple Label glasses are the epitome of low-key cool; we dig their scratch-proof rims which also fold away. Choose from black, brown or havana.
Even if it tastes like crap, we’d still drink Sapporo’s Space Beer: it’s the only barley that can lay claim to being grown on the ISS, 190 miles above the earth and at a speed of 17,000 mph.
Not to be outdone by Vertu’s ultra-lux phones, Samsung throws their hat into the ring with the Ego; this baby is mostly about the looks, with a Caltech developed “liquidmetal” case.
While cufflinks usually serve as finishing touches for a high-end suit, the architectural presence of these stainless steel Perpetual Series #10 Cufflinks easily take center stage.
Fisker’s Karma is production ready, as evidenced by these new pictures; the upper grille, lower air intake and exhaust pipe have been modified, but we still think it looks smokin’.
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