This week’s Lust List features a clutch of gadgetry that’ll make your house a bit more stylish and a lot more functional.
Whether it’s upgrading the speaker system or getting yourself a better alarm clock. These devices will turn your abode into a fully-formed gadget kingdom.
We’re leaning pretty heavily into audio tech this week, but there’s also the likes of the Oppo Watch to dress yourself with.
The Chinese brand is coming on strong and has recently released the Oppo Find X3 Pro, which we reviewed this month and also featured on last week’s Lust List.
And, because nothing goes better with tunes than a nice cold drink, we’ve also found an excellent do-it-yourself brewery kit.
Let the good times roll.
Lumie Bodyclock Glow 150
Dreading the clocks going forward this weekend? This retro-styled wake-up light simulates the light and intensity of sunrise to help you wake up naturally in order to make your mornings less traumatic.
LX Platine by La Boite Concept
Part Bluetooth speaker, part high-end platter spinner, this exquisitely designed piece of digital furniture has been masterfully created by a company with over 80 years of audio and acoustic expertise, and has audiophile written all over it.
You might get déjà vu from Oppo’s seemingly Apple-inspired Android smartwatch but with its own excellent skin over Google’s WearOS, a gorgeous display and clever battery saving/boosting options, it makes for a great wrist accessory.
The Pinter Bundle
This barrel-shaped fermentation contraption makes traditional home-brewing easier. Available in a stylish range of colours, it delivers ten pints of beer or cider in as little as four days.
Audio Pro Addon T3+
The Scandinavian specialists behind this gorgeous portable multi-room speaker have given it a limited-edition lick of lemon paint to coordinate with Pantone’s 2021 colour of the year. But be quick — only 500 of them are being made.
With low-latency Bluetooth speakers, omnidirectional mics, touch-sensitive controls, voice assistant access and 35 per cent blue-blocking lenses that can be swapped with an included pair of polarised lenses, Razer’s specs are a lot smarter than they look.
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