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James Bond Rolex Submariner On Auction

This is your chance to own a piece of 007 memorabilia. Christie´s will be auctioning the genuine legendary watch worn by Roger Moore on the movie Live and Let Die! The watch is a Rolex 5513 Submariner and is complete with Hyper Intensified Magnetic Field Generator & Buzz Saw Bezel as featured in the movie. The auction will take place on 14th of November and should go for $230,000 – $450,000. via BBC Blog



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GARMIN FENIX 2

Garmin Fenix 2 is the latest offering by the GPS navigation specialists. Garmin says this is the "ultimate outdoor navigation and fitness watch”, Fenix 2 combines the best features of their fitness and outdoor watches. The watch allows you to easily switch from advanced fitness training features to GPS tracking features, it displays data including your running speed, beats per minute and heart rate, and all the essential  fitness metrics including a recovery ad...
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2PACK LAPTOP BAG | BY HARD GRAFT

Hard Graft have been relatively quiet recently, but their new release has really caught our attention. The "2Pack Laptop Bag” is reminiscent of their popular "2Unfold Laptop Bag”, it features the same versatile style, you can wear it as a messenger bag, as a backpack or as a convenient grab folio. The original multi-use laptop bag comes in two convenient sizes - the compact 13” and the slightly more roomy 15”. ...
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VAN BUREN SUNGLASSES

Garrett Leight and Black Optical have joined forces for this special collaboration, these sleek foldable shades. The Van Buren Sunglasses are classic, minimal, lightweight, progressive, completely original, and fold in half for ultimate functionality. Available in four styles, and comes with a compact round leather case. Available from Black Optical, or from Garret Leight...
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