The Playbook For The Modern Man

Shut Up & Take My Money – Issue #101

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1 of 6|Robin Williams’ Bike Collection
2 of 6|Living Edge Wine Library
3 of 6|Jaeger-LeCoultre x Marc Newson Atmos 568 Clock
4 of 6|Mag-Lev Audio Levitating Turntable
5 of 6|Reclaimed Wood Lighting
6 of 6|Fend Collapsible Bicycle Helmet

We’ve hit triple digits and that means it’s time we ramped it up a notch to bring you the next 100 editions of the internet’s greatest tech wrap. In this week’s SUATMM, we’ve got everything from Robin Williams’ stellar bike collection to a fully fledged wine library. Time to sell an arm or two, men.

#1 Robin Williams’ Bike Collection

The late great Robin Williams wasn’t just known for his comedic performances which inspired a generation of children and adults. Proving that even after death that a legacy of helping those in need can live on, Williams’ extensive bicycle collection will be auctioned off with all proceeds going to the Challenged Athletes Foundation and Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. We’ve just shown one of his bikes here but being the eclectic man that Williams was, there’s also a unicycle in there which is likely to carry a great story with it.

Price: $TBA/BUY


#2 Living Edge Wine Library

Wine racks are so 2015. Every real purveyor of a fine drop would know that a fully fledged library is really what sets a novice apart from a collector. And would you look at that, the Living Edge have just created the mother of all wine racks with their Wine Library which is exactly what you think it is. Making for a stunning display of bottles as well as ensuring every label is visible, the Wine Library even comes with a rolling step ladder so that you can reach the most sought after bottles sitting up high. The modular system is crafted from laser-cut iron corten and is available in a range of finishes to suit any man’s home. Rails and backlights are also optional extras for those with basement collections.

Price: $TBA/BUY

#3 Jaeger-LeCoultre x Marc Newson Atmos 568 Clock

Famed designer Marc Newson is at it again, this time taking his signature lines to Jaeger-LeCoultre’s latest Atmos 568 Clock. The horological masterpiece is set inside a beautifully crafted Baccarat crystal cabinet which faithfully displays all 211 mechanical components operating in its natural environment. Batteries? Doesn’t need it. The Atmos requires just a single degree of temperature change to power it for two days.

Price: $28,000/BUY

#4 Mag-Lev Audio Levitating Turntable

Turntables appear to be following in the footsteps of hoverboards with Mag-Lev’s Audio Levitating Turntable. The platter to hold your prized records floats and spins elegantly in the air as music is being played the old school way. A future classic in the making.

Price: $780/BUY

#5 Reclaimed Wood Lighting

Bring some crafty wood into your home interior with Split Grain’s latest lighting feature designed by Paul Freckler. As the name suggests, the piece is made of reclaimed wood to display the organic beauty of the material. Lighting meanwhile is sorted by eco-friendly LED globes.

Price: $450/BUY


#6 Fend Collapsible Bicycle Helmet

Now you really don’t have an excuse to ride the streets without a helmet. Fend have created a strong and lightweight solution with their collapsible bike helmet which shrinks to a third of its original size. It’s available in black or white.

Price: $90/BUY


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