Tag Archives: Luxury Goods

$96 Rose Gold Razor Wants Ladies To Shave Their Legs In Classic Style

Movember is over, so if you are thinking of shedding those facial of yours to lighten the burden on your face and doing it in a somewhat luxurious, but old school way, the Rose Gold Razor Set by Oui Shave might just be right up your alley. No, wait. This is actually designed for ladies who, you know, need to shed hairs in certain areas. Well, at least, that’s what I am reading. I wouldn’t think it isn’t (for ladies) because, single blade can hardly get rid your thick, bushy facial hair. Don’t believe, here’s the evidence that it is for the fairer sex: Continue reading $96 Rose Gold Razor Wants Ladies To Shave Their Legs In Classic Style

LG Turns V30 Into A $1,840 Luxury Device For Those With Money To Burn

Premium ‘luxury’ Android phones are not new, but they are usually the forte of luxury brands like Vertu, Porsche Design, Tag Heuer et cetera with their very specific target market, but a LG? You would hardly think so, but that hasn’t stop the South Korean handset maker from dishing out luxury version of its flagship LG V30. Called LG 30 Signature Edition, this luxe variety of the V30 introduced in September bears a few hallmarks of luxury that qualifies it as a “super” premium phone, including a limited run of just 300 units, zirconium ceramic back cover, option for engraving names, and a higher-than-‘stock’ RAM and onboard storage, coming in at 6 GB and 256 GB. Continue reading LG Turns V30 Into A $1,840 Luxury Device For Those With Money To Burn

Luxurious Skis Made In Jackie Chan’s Name Won’t Give You Kungfu Skills

Unknown to most people, Jackie Chan is more than an action movie star known for his slapstick kungfu scenes. He is somewhat of a misfit. For starter, he chose to live in a non-luxury, nondescript building in middle of an industrial area in Hong Kong. He has a huge collection of Chinese teapots and he has a museum where endangered and rare species are preserved. And he also skis. Yup. He does. I am not going to lie. That’s news to me. Anyways, that brings us to this: Jackie Chan Oro-Armaranto Skis, a limited edition skis created by bespoke ski maker, Foil Skis in honor of the action movie star. And it is, in Foil Skis’ tradition, very luxurious. Like super duper luxurious. Continue reading Luxurious Skis Made In Jackie Chan’s Name Won’t Give You Kungfu Skills

The Weird And Expensive Stuff You Can Buy Today Includes This $1K Tin Can

What’s silver, has shining gold inside and looks like a tin can? Well, I guess that would make it a tin can, is it not? And what if the ‘tin can’ boasts the aforementioned ‘features’, how much would you pay for it? Or would you even buy a tin can to begin with? How does $1 sounds? No, wait. How about we take it further and ask: would you plonk down $1,000 (yes, that’s three zeroes right there) if the tin can is from Tiffany & Co.? Yup. You heard right. Tiffany & Co. is indeed peddling a tin can on its website and yes, it does command a cool $1,000. Continue reading The Weird And Expensive Stuff You Can Buy Today Includes This $1K Tin Can

The One And Only LV x Supreme Pudsey Bear Is Now Going Under The Hammer

Don’t let the image above deceive you. The Louis Vuitton x Supreme Designer Pudsey Bear you see here is huge. Huge like a small child size, measuring a whopping 28 inches (71 centimeters) tall and it is possibly the last piece to come out of the Louis Vuitton x Supreme collection. Looks kind of rad, right? Well, at least, I think it is. This highly covetable Pudsey bear is an one-off creation as part of the 2017 Designer Pudsey Collection for BBC Children in Need curated by Katie Grand and inspired by, you guessed it, the charity’s very own mascot Pudsey Bear. Continue reading The One And Only LV x Supreme Pudsey Bear Is Now Going Under The Hammer

Who Needs Wireless Charging On iPhone X When It Can Charges Itself?

One of the ‘innovations’ Apple touts with the new iPhone X was wireless charging, but really, that ‘innovation’ is not an innovation. It has been a staple in many Android smartphones for years now and so, being a person of riches, why should you be seen using an “old technology.” I mean, come on, the iPhone X is in itself a luxury good, costing at least $999, so really it deserves a lot more “revolutionary” tech. And this, folks, is why there’s the Caviar iPhone X Tesla. Continue reading Who Needs Wireless Charging On iPhone X When It Can Charges Itself?

eBay’s New Service Will Prevent You From Buying Fake Luxury Goods

So, you can’t afford a 300 bucks plus subscription device that could certify the authenticity of designer handbags? Fret not, my friends, head over to eBay and you will probably have a peace of mind that the designer handbag or wallet you are buying is in fact the real deal. There’s a catch though. The sellers you are dealing with will have to subscribe to eBay’s new Authenticate service and obviously, this is not a free service to the sellers. Sellers who wished to have their products certified by eBay and subsequently, slapped with an “Authenticity Verified” label, the product in question will need to be of value of at least $500 and if the seller managed to offload the product to a buyer, he or she will only receive 80 percent of the sale proceed. Continue reading eBay’s New Service Will Prevent You From Buying Fake Luxury Goods

bkr 500 Collection: Drinking Elixir Of Life Has Never Been This Luxurious

You know, bkr? The water bottle maker that reinvented drinking from a bottle? The company’s simple but surprisingly elegant silicone sleeve-over-glass water bottles (with unusually small mouth, if we might add) have been used by celebrities and fashionistas who flaunt them like as if they were some designer handbags. The company basically takes the simple act of consuming the elixir of life and turn it into a lifestyle. And now, it looks like bkr has up its own game. Continue reading bkr 500 Collection: Drinking Elixir Of Life Has Never Been This Luxurious

MB&F’s Octopus-inspired Table Clock Is Really More Akin To A Robotic Spider

MB&F, AKA Maximilian Busser and Friends, has come a long way. It has progressed from making exotic watches to, in recent years, exquisite clocks that were pretty much out of this world. The Octopod is the luxury watch brand’s latest table clock that will leave sci-fi fans drooling all over. Assuming the form of a robotic octopus (hence, Octopod), the Octopod was a co-creation with L’Epée 1839 and features deep sea technology like the bathysphere (that’s a deep sea, spherical submersible, if you don’t already know) inspired by the late eighties sci-fi/horror flick, The Abyss (1989, 20th Century Fox) and it boasts no less than 468 fine-finished components behind the newly developed eight-day movement by L’Epée 1839 that makes it ticks. Impressive. Continue reading MB&F’s Octopus-inspired Table Clock Is Really More Akin To A Robotic Spider

Brikk Announced Luxe iPhone X Ahead Of Apple’s Official Launch

Brikk, the purveyor of luxury gadgets, has launched premium version of iPhone X ahead of the device’s official announcement on September 12. The official words from Brikk landed in our inbox a few hours ago, indicating a selection of luxe iPhone X will be available for your taking. We suspect the iPhone X will be rare device by the virtue of the pricing and the rumored manufacturing issues which may limit the quantity available during the first wave of availability. Notwithstanding that, if you are looking to further stand out from the crowd and have a burgeoning bank account, Brikk presents to you iPhone X in Gold and Platinum with Diamonds in multiple collections which also include a Solid Gold Ingot version, as an alternative to the mundane factory version. Continue reading Brikk Announced Luxe iPhone X Ahead Of Apple’s Official Launch