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Polaroid OneStep 600 Camera

Capture the moment in the simplest way possible with this 1980s Polaroid "OneStep 600" which has been carefully refurbished by impossible Project.

Available for: $160.00
Celestron NexStar 8SE

Discover the mysteries of the universe and get acquainted with the sun, the moon and the stars. This telescope won't disappoint.

Available for: $1200.00
Montblanc Augmented Paper

A notepad and pen that transfer your analogue notes and scribbles to the digital domain. It's perfect for those long flights or a sudden burst of inspiration. 

Available for: $725.00

Raden A28 Check

Equipped with technology that can help avoid losing your luggage as well as paying airline overweight fees, each bag is equipped with a battery that charges your mobile phone up to four times, a built in scale, and through Raden’s app you'll always know the location of your bag.

Available for: $395.00
B&O Play H6

Offering both function and a refined aesthetic, these premium over-ear headphones by Bang and Olufsen feature an inline remote and microphone, letting you control music and take calls. Its headband is sheathed in cow leather that will age gracefully while the lambskin cups are soft and supple. Of course, the sound quality is bang on.

Available for: $250.00
Leica X-U

There’s no skirting around the fact that Leica cameras are by nature of their exacting German engineering, and subsequently elevated prices, very precious objects. But this new Leica is different because, unlike its various siblings, it needn’t be mollycoddled.

Developed in collaboration with Audi Design, the rugged Leica X-U combines a 16.5-megapixel APS-C sensor with a fixed Leica Summilux 23mm lens and a fast f1.7 aperture within a body that can withstand the most extreme conditions by way of shock-proofing, water-proofing (up to 15-metres depths) and mega-seals that keep out sand, dust and other lens-damaging particles. It can even record HD video (up to 1080p at 30 frames per second). 

In short, the X-U is almost all the camera you’ll ever need, in any circumstance and any environment. And the only reason we added the word ‘almost’ is that it doesn’t record video in 4K. Of course, most people won’t give two hoots about that but if you do, we have been reliably informed that Leica will be adding this feature soon to a more expensive version. Till then, this is as good as it gets.

 

 
Available for: $3240.00