Sennheiser HE 1

Sennheiser, the man­u­fac­turer of high-end au­dio gear, has launched the most ex­pen­sive pair of head­phones in the world in the Mid­dle East. Priced at €50,000 Sennheiser says that its new HE1 head­phones of­fer an “un­prece­dented au­dio ex­pe­ri­ence” and are targe

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Davidoff has launched its new fra­grance dubbed the Am­ber Blend, the third scent to be added to the Davidoff Blend Col­lec­tion.

Cre­ated by mas­ter per­fumer Olivier Pescheux, the Am­ber Blend is an ori­en­tal spicy fra­grance with a ra­di­ant al­lure. It opens with a warm spice mix of cinnamon and nut­meg, giv­ing an ini­tial in­vig­o­rat­ing vi­brancy. At the heart, resinous am­ber fuses with suc­can ab­so­lute - a pu­ri­fied rum ex­tract – for a rich and vi­brant ex­pres­sion of mas­culin­ity. The lu­mi­nos­ity of the am­ber is am­pli­fied by creamy san­dal­wood and mel­low Peru­vian balm to de­liver an ir­re­sistibly sen­su­ous sig­na­ture.

“When de­vel­op­ing this fra­grance, my source of in­spi­ra­tion was a high-qual­ity pal­ette of in­gre­di­ents. I used some new beau­ti­ful raw ma­te­ri­als that could sub­li­mate and re­new the em­blem­atic Am­ber ac­cord, such as the nat­u­ral suc­can ab­so­lute, still a very rare and unique in­gre­di­ent in per­fumery,” said Pescheux.

The bot­tle per­fectly com­ple­ments the col­lec­tion’s re­fined look with its deep am­ber tone. The pre­cious in­gre­di­ents of the juice are care­fully en­cap­su­lated in a re­fined bot­tle made of two panes of glass, cre­at­ing a dis­tinc­tive groove along the fla­con’s sides. The gold metal­lic plate and the gold and dark am­ber cap add to the feel­ing of lux­ury. In keep­ing with the distin­guished de­sign, the match­ing fold­ing box has a lightly-em­bossed tex­tured ef­fect.

If you’ve al­ways wanted a drone, but have gen­er­ally con­sid­ered them to be aw­ful heaps of cheap plas­tic, the DJI Phan­tom 4 Gold Edi­tion may be just the ticket. Es­sen­tially, this drone is the all-new DJI Phan­tom 4, her­alded as a big step for­ward in drone tech­nol­ogy, plated in 24-carat gold.

Priced at over $20,000, it’s the most ex­pen­sive pri­vate drone in the world, mean­ing you won’t want to fly it into any­thing by ac­ci­dent. Hap­pily, the Gold Edi­tion comes with all the fea­tures of the nor­mal DJI Phan­tom 4, mean­ing fan­tas­tic con­trol and the abil­ity to avoid ob­sta­cles eas­ily.

The drone comes with a Dji-de­signed, easy-to-use con­troller, which allows users to in­sert their smart­phones or tablets into an in­te­grated mount and re­ceive a live feed from the cam­era. Mean­while, Tap Fly and Sense and Avoid tech­nolo­gies give the drone con­trol so users can con­cen­trate on cap­tur­ing the per­fect shot.

And cer­tainly, users should be able to get some great shots with the Gold Edi­tion. With a 4K cam­era, the record­ing and pho­to­graphic ca­pa­bil­i­ties are in­cred­i­ble. Users will see the world from above ex­actly as the drone sees it. The in­te­grated gim­bal en­sures ul­tra-smooth, sweep­ing shots to make videos look pro­fes­sional. And users can ro­tate the cam­era to en­joy the view from any an­gle.

Per­haps more im­por­tantly, though, Gopro has made it eas­ier for users to ac­cess the videos and photos they take with their cam­eras, hav­ing cre­ated the Gopro Plus sub­scrip­tion ser­vice—a sort of pri­vate cloud that the Hero5 cam­era can con­nect to for easy up­load­ing of photos.

"With these new prod­ucts, we're de­liv­er­ing on our prom­ise to make it easy to cap­ture and share en­gag­ing sto­ries," said Ni­cholas Woodma, Gopro’s founder and CEO.

"Hero5’s abil­ity to auto-upload photos and videos to a Gopro Plus ac­count dra­mat­i­cally sim­pli­fies mo­bile, on-the-go edit­ing, shar­ing and en­joy­ment." Rado’s Hyperchrome col­lec­tion, known for its ca­sual-chic, day-to­evening style, re­cently had a trio of time­pieces added to it just in time for the fes­tive months.

For men, two limited-edi­tion au­to­matic time­pieces from the Hyperchrome Ul­tra Light col­lec­tion are ready for the gift-giv­ing sea­son. The deep grey ver­sion fea­tures a leather strap and sporty dial de­sign—a com­bi­na­tion sure to de­light any gentle­man with a tech­ni­cal, mas­cu­line aes­thetic. The NATO strap ver­sion, with its in­dex-free dial and deep grey monochrome colour pal­ette, would be well placed on the wish list of min­i­mal­ists whose tastes tend to­wards the clean and mod­ern.

Both time­pieces are crafted from three light ma­te­ri­als—sil­i­con ni­tride ceramic, an­odised alu­minum and hard­ened ti­ta­nium—which keep their wear­ers ag­ile with a barely-there feel on the wrist. With weights of 64 grams for the leather ver­sion and 56 grams for the NATO strap ver­sion, the Hyperchrome Ul­tra Light is a feath­er­weight watch for men with heavy­weight style.

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