Classic F1 replica helmets
Who had the best helmet design in F1? Coming to a decision is a lot more fun when perusing CM Helmets’ site. They offer 1:1 replica helmets with proper polycarbonate visors, like the 1981 Nelson Piquet item, the iconic 1992 Ayrton Senna lid and the 2001 Mika Hakkinen bone dome pictured here. Priced at USD$699 with free worldwide Fedex shipping, the company has a 25 year track record and supplies to customers such as the Jaguar Museum.
TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 02T Tourbillon Nanograph
The TAG’s bezel is made from forged carbonfibre and instead of a boggo silicon balance spring, the THCC02TTN uses a carbon version more resistant to changes in temperature, gravity and magnetism for unparalleled accuracy. $34,955
Swatch ‘The Journey is the Reward’
Proof that you don’t have to drop four figures to enjoy a Swiss-made chronograph on your wrist. This Swatch is the resuult of a collaboration with snowboarding legend Jeremy Jones; it features a stainless 43mm case and is water resistant to 30 metres. $260
Garmin Descent Mk1
Like a Fitbit on Nitrox. Not only will the Descent do everything you expect from a wearable, including heart-rate monitoring powered by a 19-day battery, plus the navigation and global positioning features Garmin is known for thanks to a three-axis compass, gyroscope and altimeter, the Mk1is also a dive computer. $1399
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