What We Want This Week

Nomad Wireless Base Station Hub

Wireless charging used to be a think of sci-fi movies and “the future” but now, in 2020 its an essential. NoMads Base Station Hub integrates a sleek, modern design with a highly functional charging hub, that not only looks good, but performs as well. With 3 high-power charging coils, the Base Station Hub can charge 1 or 2 phones simultaneously and wirelessly (not to user, make sure you take your case off). There are also two out ports: one USB-A and one USB-C PD. All in all this is a pretty good piece of kit that performs well day to day. Our only note would be users will have to remove their case before it will connect wirelessly to the charging pad. $99.95 Available Nomadgoods.com

NOBIS X Serge Ibaka Collection

Premium Canadian outerwear brand Nobis has launched a limited-edition capsule collection with NBA Champion & Raptors  Center Serge Ibaka. The nine piece limited-edition collection includes a parka, vest, anorak, bomber jacket and accessories. It is by far Nobis’ most streetwear influenced collection to date and unique elements including reflective trims and iridescent logos make it a standout for the winter months ahead. £344.00, Available Nobis.com

Breitling Superocean Heritage ’57 Outerknown

Say hello to the Breitling Superocean Heritage ’57 Outerknown, the third watch in collaboration with Outerknown, the sustainable apparel brand co-founded by surfing legend Kelly Slater. With its bronze-colored dial and Outerknown ECONYL® yarn NATO strap, this modern-retro sea watch expresses the cool, laid-back lifestyle associated with the surfing scene in Southern California and Hawaii in the 1950s and 1960s. Available with a classic stainless-steel case or as a limited-edition model with an 18k red gold bezel if you want that extra ‘wow’ factor.
£3,400 Steal Model /£4,150 Steel & 18kt Gold, Available Breitling.com

Finisterre Mini Nalgene Water Bottle

Our favorite coastal brand has one of the best accessories for getting out there this winter and its a new smaller version of their best selling Nalgene water bottle. Carry it with you and help to reduce single use plastics. Early supporters of the Carry in / Carry Out philosophy, Nalgene’s reusable plastic water bottles were originally designed as lab equipment but quickly became popular with hikers and adventurers due to their lightweight and durable design. The tough Tritan plastic is BPA, BPS and phthalate free and robust enough to survive even the bumpiest of tumbles.
£15.00, Available Finisterre.com

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