1 Louis Vuitton Horizon Smartwatch Even high- end luxury brand Louis Vuitton is going smartwatch. Its Tambour Horizon Smartwatch is powered by Google’s Android Wear and is aimed at the ( very well heeled) frequent traveller. As well as the usual functions, there is an app that manages flight info, and a city guide. It’s customisable with watch faces based on LV designs, and a variety of straps and finishes for women and men. There’s no fitness monitoring or GPS, but you’ll probably want it just to match your Louis Vuitton luggage. About ¤ 2,600 from eu. louisvuitton. com 2 Ztylus Switch iPhone Lens Case Perhaps a little confusingly, Ztylus calls this a Switch 6 iPhone lens, though it’s only for the iPhone 7. The 6 refers to lens options, designed in a sort of a slider system that lets you switch between the alternatives easily. As well as the standard, there’s a 120° wide- angle, a 2X telephoto, 10X macro, 20X super- macro and 180° fish- eye. An integrated hand grip helps to hold it and there’s a loop to attach a strap, while the case itself is reasonably robust to protect your hardware. $ 50 from amazon. com 3 Orbitkey Organiser Orbitkey has a simple mission: to strap your keys into shape. You can organise up to seven keys in a stack and there are multi- tool and 8/ 32GB USB memory stick accessories. Orbitkey promises its locking device means they won’t come undone accidentally and there’s a ring to attach a car remote. The bands come in soft materials including leather, canvas and rubbery PVC. And, unlike the auld triangle, keys won’t go jingle- jangle. From ¤ 20 at adamsonluggage. com or Adamson Luggage, Dublin.