If any money is left in the Black Friday budget, it’s time to look at Mr Jones’s watches.
It’s called Ricochet and where you see the score on the pinball machine is the display of the time.
The best bit has to be that there’s robots playing it and it should be possible to use some collected quarters to purchase this very reasonably priced watch.
Music stalwarts, The Cure have turned to pop many times. Now they are turning into Funko POPs.
That’s sure to reach the top of holidays gift wish lists.
Keeping surfers on their surfboards can be challenging when they get older or have injuries. The Gut Slider board gets them back in the water where they love to be.
The boards are shorter and not totally unlike the principle of boogie boards.
Whatever is keeping the older surfers fit and happy, then this can only be a good thing.
Luxury and sustainability do not usually come together, but it may soon become essential. So watch maker, ID Geneve have thought up some luxury sustainable watches.
Featuring recycled stainless steel and refurbished ETA movements, the watches do their best to minimise their environmental impact.
A timely thing to do at this moment.
This bureau loves their Brita pitcher.
If one can be found on sale, then snap one up.
As long as it can fit in the fridge. They can be large.