Here's a Pick of the best, the latest, the greenest, the quirkiest, the most luxurious... that money can buy.
Run Mister Run
If all the exercise you get is the bit when you move your hands around to strike an imaginary tennis ball on your Wii, it is probably time you got running, sir. Run like the wind on Technogym's Jog Now while you're watching episodes of South Park and listening to some cool music on its 15-inch Visio display through your iPod or its USB port. And if you decide to hop off the treadmill suddenly, then worry not, the Runner Detection System will automatically stop the running belt.
A Pick of the best, the latest, the greenest, the quirkiest, the most luxurious... that money can buy.
Price on request, technogym.com
Suck It Up
Tired of your maid's tantrums and non-stop chatter? Worry not, we have the answer to your woes—the Milagrow Power Vacs domestic robot. The nifty gadget cleans everything without ever complaining, automatically recharges and also dances to Elvis Presley. Oh, we made the last part up.
From Rs 9,990, milagrow.in
If looks are as crucial for you as your music, then Sony's MDR-EX42 in-ear headphones are the accessory for you. These stylish in-ears are embedded with Swarovski Zirconi in cherry pink colour. The Swarovski Zirconia also guarantees noise blocking features and has the capability of giving an influential bass stereo experience.
Rs 1,490, sony.co.in/productcategory/pa-headphones
Dial M for Montblanc
If the Man Who Knew Too Much told us that you went North by Northwest and met some Strangers on a Train, then you would probably be a big time Alfred Hitchcock fan. And you might jump with joy if you got your hands on a limited Alfred Hitchcock 3000 fountain pen that comes with an 18K gold nib. There are 925 Sterling Silver fittings on the cap and barrel, and a booklet with the wise sayings of the director comes with the set. Maybe it would inspire you enough to write your own psychological thriller.
Price on request, montblanc.com
By the Book
The new range of imaginative bookshelves from IDUS screams for attention. All the products in the collection employ clean lines and have an overall sleek appearance as is evident by their economic use of glass, steel and lacquered MDF board. The item featured here is called Reverso Design, made up of 13 steel shelves that can be painted either black or white.
Rs 40,000, reversodesign.com
Pretty Listening courtesy AV MAX; By the Book, courtesy Better Interiors; Suck It Up, Dial M for Montblanc, Run Mister Run courtesy T3 (This material is reproduced from T3 magazine and is the copyright of or licensed to Future Publishing Limited, a Future plc group company, UK2010. Used under licence. All rights reserved.)
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