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The Sonny Portable Bidet Is An Eco-Friendly Personal Hygiene Gadget

Over the years, were are gradually learning new ways to improve personal hygiene. As such, we are going to touch-up on a routine can happen at any time — the call of nature. Going number one is pretty much fool-proof because we just let it run its course. For those who can spare a few more seconds, maybe wipe off the remaining moisture. Number two is more challenging in a sense, because of the cleanup job that comes right after. Therefore, it’s time to make it a little easier with the help of the Sonny portable bidet.

For centuries mankind has been using various stuff to wipe our bums clean. The invention of toilet paper continued to enforce that wiping is the only the way to go. However, studies tell us that this practice is akin to that of just spreading peanut butter all over. In other words, one big mess. Water is the best way to get all of the nasty stuff off. Those who have tried using a bidet can attest to its effectiveness and now you can have one handy in your pocket.

Installing a bidet at home means that you are saving a lot of money on toilet paper. Moreover, less usage means that it’s better for the environment. Sadly finding one can be difficult when you travel so the Sonny portable bidet is there to help. This portable personal cleaning gadget sports an anodized aluminum tube with a refillable water tank inside. A compact motorized pump sprays water out the business end and can last up to three weeks on a single charge. The set even includes a stylish charging dock that holds it horizontally while juicing up.

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Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch 321

The Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 is back, everyone. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, Omega reintroduces the caliber 321 movement. Though this time it’s housed in the Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Platinum.

Omega, the Swiss luxury timepiece brand, made the announcement nearly parallel the time when the first moonwalk happened 50 years ago. Though it was Neil Armstrong who first trailed the lunar surface, it was Buzz Aldrin, accompanying Armstrong in his stroll, wore the Speedmaster Professional during the iconic moment. People called the timepiece the “Moonwatch” ever since.

The watch is perhaps most famous for its intricate design. The original caliber 321 served as the first-ever movement used in the Omega Speedmaster in 1957. It also appeared in the Speedmaster ST 105.003, which astronaut Ed White wore during the first American spacewalk.

The caliber 321 chronograph powered the Moonwatch until 1968, when Omega swapped it out for the caliber 861. On the new watch, you can see the reinstated reconstructed caliber 321 through the back. The Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Platinum boasts a 42mm brushed and polished case made from a special platinum alloy that uses gold. The case draws inspiration from the asymmetrical fourth-generation Speedmaster case.

It comes with a black leather strap and a platinum buckle, to boot. You’ll also find a black ceramic bezel here, complete with the Speedmaster’s tachymeter scale in white enamel. Other features include a step dial made from deep black onyx, and indexes and hands made from 18-karat white gold. More info when you hit the link below.


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New Balance 996 Collabs

New Balance enlisted the help of several Japanese labels and together they came up with some pretty rad designs. Most notable of all for us is this New Balance 996 kicks from nonnative. For its 996 Collaboration Project, nonnative took a simple approach, reducing the kicks to their bare essentials.

The focus is on materials, not so much the branding. Which is why the shoes swap out the large “N” logo typically found on the 996 in favor of a smaller, subtler “NB” logo. This is a radical choice, but a sublime and very calculated one. The change seems small, sure, but it takes a lot away, including the cruft endemic to New Balance shoes.

There’s also a hairy suede, something you don’t see everyday from a pair of New Balance kicks. The brand added a yellowed sole on top of the suede to make it look like a used sneaker from the ‘80s. We’re not entirely we’re too pleased with this design choice, but it’s something. This variant also has a thicker tongue plus elastic straps, which means you can wear it comfortably even without lacing up.

Other brands New Balance collaborated with for this project include United Arrows, N.Hoolywood, Beams+, atmos, and mita. They’re an oddball bunch — some drew inspiration from minimalist design choices while others took more risks. Still, any person will surely find something from this collection to like. But for us, nonnative’s simple, nondescript look reigns supreme. Hit the link below for more information.


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Throwflame TF-19 WASP Flamethrower Attachment For Drones

It’s going to be a hard decision to make when given the choice between playing with a drone or a flamethrower. The former is obviously safe and packs a lot of fun until the battery runs out. However, the latter is undeniably awesome as long as you understand and follow the rules for safety. Therefore, imagine being able to mess around with both at the same time. Now, you can make your dreams come true with the Throwflame TF-19 WASP. This unique accessory turns your drone into a fire-breathing monster.

That’s right, once you have this on your remote control flying machine, there’s no going back. As long as you stick to the guidelines, there’s a lot that you can do with it. Before getting one, it might be a good idea to check with your local legislation first.

Nevertheless, despite its capability of lighting stuff up on fire, it is reportedly legal to own one. It’s somehow ironic that the manufacturer is calling it the TF-19 WASP. That’s because we’re betting a lot of people will have a field day using it to take down nests of these aggressive insects.

On the other hand, before anything else, it needs to be compatible with the drone. The manual suggests that as long as your gear can carry a payload of at least five pounds, it should be good to go. In order to keep the Throwflame TF-19 WASP as lightweight as possible, most of its parts use carbon fiber. Boasting a one-gallon fuel capacity, users will have about 100 seconds worth of firepower at their disposal. Additionally, the flames coming out of the nozzle can reach up to 25 feet.

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Amazon Prime Day 2019 [Updating Regularly]

Amazon Prime Day is back again to bring you another iteration of “Black Friday in July” with steep discounts on, well, pretty much everything. Yes, there will be a lot of junk on sale that…


Cold Steel American Lawman S35VN

This one’s trending lately, and it’s not hard to see why. The Cold Steel American Lawman S35VN is an extremely robust knives. But that’s not especially unique considering knives Cold Steel makes are always extremely robust. What makes this noteworthy is its steel, which is apparently one of the best in the business.

The American Lawman S35VN features a 3.5-inch high-quality steel, fully drop point in shape. That means it’s a facile option for any cutting task, in the kitchen or elsewhere. Apart from its topnotch steel, the blade comes coated in diamond-like material for added endurance. As a result, it’s also corrosion resistant. Again, though, that’s not really special considering Cold Steel is a master at excellent blades.

Another highlight is the Tri-Ad lock, which the company says it has put through a hostile and rigorous torture test to ensure optimum safety. You can fold the knife when not in use, and it features expertly designed G-10 handles. That means it’s got excellent grip during both grip and retrieval. It’s also got a reversible clip.

In our opinion, this is the perfect Everyday Carry option if you’re in the middle of cobbling together a starting kit. It’s by no means the best choice, to be sure. But for what it’s for and what it does, you can’t go wrong with the American Lawman S35VN. This is a high-performance blade that’s no-fuss, no-nonsense, and ready as soon as you are. Hit the link below to see pricing and other details.


Sony WF-1000XM3

Can Sony topple the reign of AirPods? We can’t answer that. One thing we do know, however, is that its new WF-1000XM3 wireless earbuds are on par, if not better, than Apple’s ultra-popular option.

Especially in Audio, Sony is a formidable name. No surprise, then, that the company is vying to eclipse Apple’s tight grip of the first place and ascend to the throne as the king of wireless earbuds. Of course, that’s not easy talk. Not only do you have to excel in the sound quality department (which Sony has and, better to put, does), it also has to cobble up a marketing campaign to the level of Apple’s. That’s much harder — the Apple brand has become, by sheer cultural osmosis and consistently great, if decent products, synonymous with undeniable reliance.

Sony has all that to reckon with, but we won’t get into that. The headphones themselves, however, are great, at least on paper. They’re noise-canceling ones, which the AirPods aren’t. They also feature a 0.24-inch driver unit that delivers crisp audio. Plus, they come equipped with DSEE HX to upscale compressed music files, resulting in better audio in theory, though we’ll have to test if the gains are noticeable.

With a battery life enough for you to squeeze six hours of playback on a single charge, the Sony WF-1000XM3 is a modestly designed wireless option for those who care most about sound quality than other gimmicks. And yes, they do come with a charging case, which packs three full charges. They’re a tad bit more expensive than the AirPods, though, at $230. But that’s the price you have to pay for good sound.


Wearbuds Charger

Apple’s AirPods come in their own charging case, but who has space, especially if you’re a man, for extra baggage? Granted, it’s just the size of your floss container at home, but what if you could wear in instead? Enter the Wearbuds Charger.

Wearbuds is a wearable charger that wraps snugly around your wrist. They also come with a pair of earbuds, which have the same feature you’d find on most other options. They’re powered by Bluetooth 5.0, for starters, instantly making them compatible with a host of Bluetooth 5.0-exclusive functions. They also come equipped with a Qualcomm audio chip, graphene-augmented drivers, and water resistance.

The Wearbuds wristband also doubles as a fitness tracker so it’s not just dead weight on your precious arm. The buds click flush inside the outer frame of the band’s watch face. To remove them, you have to press your thumb and forefinger against the buds to pop them out. Of course, this design is already rife with potential mishaps, but it’s a nice idea for what it’s worth.

The Wearbuds also contains built-in sensors and is compatible with iOS and Android app pairing. We’re sure many people would want something like this, as it negates the need to carry another physically accessory in which to store a pair of earbuds. No need to chuck a charging case inside the labyrinthine void that is your backpack. Just strap it on your wrist and forget it’s there at all. More info by hitting the link below.


Fitbit Flyer Bluetooth Earphones

Years of polishing its skills on crafting fitness trackers, Fitbit is finally making a move to join the wireless audio market. Although this comes as a big surprise for a lot of its consumers, feedback is mostly positive. It’s important for companies to branch out elsewhere eventually, and the direction it’s taking appears to be on the right track. It’s high time for it to shake up the wearable tech segment with something totally different. The Fitbit Flyer is the brand’s first venture into the world of Bluetooth headphones.

Among fitness trackers, Fitbit quickly comes to mind for a lot of people. On the other hand, this is the first time the brand is investing in something other than activity trackers. Nonetheless, longtime users of its products will be glad to finally own a pair of wireless earphones to match their wearable. Let’s begin by pointing out that this is more of a traditional design. You have two earbuds with a wire connecting both ends. This could be a deal-breaker for those who are after a true-wireless experience but does not affect performance.

In order to match your active lifestyle, the Fitbit Flyer is resistant to all types of moisture that come with the territory. Moreover, the package includes several ear tips and accessories that you can combine together for a secure fit. Therefore, you can be sure that it will survive even the most grueling workouts in your menu. Sound quality is likewise top-notch with the right blend of bass, dynamic range, and distinct clarity. A full battery lasts up 6 hours, while the quick charge feature gives you an hour of juice after a 15-minute charge.

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Undone Basecamp Standard Watch

Summer is almost over, but that’s never an excuse not to at least consider the Undone Basecamp Standard Watch, a timepiece that’s perfect whatever activity you have planned under this scorching heat.

It’s tough, first of all. This adventure-ready watch features a 316L stainless steel case, making it one of the most robust options out there. If you prefer brute over flair, this is right up your alley. Even so, it’s astonishingly lightweight on your wrist, feeling as though it’s barely there as you go about your workaday routine.

The Undone Basecamp Standard uses a Seiko automatic movement for optimum timekeeping. It also comes with a long-lasting energy reserve of more than 40 hours. It’s got a dial design that sets it apart from most conventional options out there. It’s got this utilitarian strap that, sure, oozes “dad style,” but it’s pretty nifty if you’re not much into fancy schmancy straps.

It comes in either black or gray. We wish Undone could have been more adventure with its color offerings. But we’re not complaining here. These are fine, if a little stale. But black or gray should go great with most, if not everything, in your wardrobe. That makes this watch a real hassle-free accessory for casual wear, street wear, and dare we say even fancy wear. It won’t be your daily driver, but it certainly can if you wish. It’s simple, no-frills, and stylish but only subtly. What more can you ask for? Hit the link below to buy.


Mokacam Alpha 3 4K Action Camera

Among action cameras, GoPro is rightfully enjoying its seat way on top of the competition. However, it must continue to innovate if it wants to hold on to the throne. Take a look at Tesla. Right now, it’s still the king among electric vehicles, but other carmakers are really stepping it up. Take the Lightyear One, for example, its an EV with solar panels on the roof and hood. Now its GoPro’s turn to shake in its boots because the Mokacam Alpha 3 looks like its out for blood.

For a while now, the only brand that comes close as an alternative for users who don’t want a GoPro is DJI. It’s a Chinese tech company that specializes in pro-tier aerial drones but is making big waves in the action camera scene. Similar to the above-mentioned solar power-infused machine, the Mokacam is packing features that give it an edge.

Looking at the specs, it is equipped with a 1.2 GHz Ambarella H22 quad-core processor. This allows the Mokacam Alpha 3 to capture videos and photos with HDR. Moreover, its electronic stabilization system promises shake-free videos even with HDR mode active. This allows you to take buttery-smooth video in 4K UHD quality at 60 frames per second.

You’re also getting exceptional low-light performance, a cool time-lapse mode, and the list goes on. One particular feature that the manufacturer is particularly proud of is a screen that you can flip up to 180 degrees. GoPro and DJI should seriously come up with fancy new gimmicks or else Mokacam will gladly take the crown.

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GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Pro Camp Stove

When you’re out camping, the best approach would be to bring stuff that does not take up a lot of space. We’re here to help our readers discover the latest stuff that can help out and we found one for the outdoor chef. Traditionally, all the cooking is done using the campfire, but the uneven heat can give you undesirable results.

Camp stoves are an ideal alternative, but it’s difficult to find the right balance of portability and functionality. Well, that’s about to change because the GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Pro Camp Stove is coming our way.

For the sake of portability, most camp stoves normally utilitarian and feature just one burner. Yet, the Pinnacle Pro manages to sport two and can still collapse into something that measures 1.25-inch thick. This makes it the ultimate camping equipment for those who want to cook like a chef outdoors.

Being able to prepare two dishes simultaneously can greatly enhance meal preparation if there’s a lot of mouths to feed. Thus, it’s awesome to have when you’re with a big group. Moreover, it touts a clever mechanical system that makes it easy to set up and store. A pair of retractable legs keeps the cooking surface at the right height.

Meanwhile, the two 11,000 BTU burners with piezo lighters will handle whatever food is on the menu. As much as we want to have the GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Pro Camp Stove right now, we have to wait until 2020. Hence, we’ll have to make do with using regular models for the meantime.

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Omega Speedmaster Met Edition

Omega has officially reissued its Speedmaster, dubbed the Omega Speedmaster Met Edition, in commemoration of the iconic Apollo 11 moon landing. In cooperation with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Omega is set to release the watch. And after that, launch an exhibit called Apollo’s Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography.

The “First Omega in Space” timepiece draws from the original Omega Speedmaster astronaut Wally Schirra wore during the 1962 Mercury Sigma 7 mission, as well as the Met. This variant bears a 39.77mm stainless steel case. It also has a black varnished dial, black anodized aluminum bezel, and a red and white NATO strap. That’s not only a chic color combo, by the way. It’s also a nod to the museum’s signature hues.

The watch features the Omega caliber 1861. That’s a descendant of the movement so robust NASA relied on it. The folks who headed toward the moon were on time’s side. Flip it over and you’ll find the Met’s logo etched on the case back, as is Omega’s Seahorse badge. The watch comes in a presentation box with an additional leather strap. It’s a massive splurge for $5,200, though. But if you’re keen on wearing something that not only is oozing with style but is also a resplendent historical document in and of itself, this is a must-have.

Hit the link below to check out the full listing plus shipping costs. Note that there’s no difference between the regular price and the member price, which is a shame.


Timex Referee Watch

Here’s another instant classic collaboration. Nigel Cabourn has partnered with Timex to create this 1950s-style Timex Referee Watch. And yes, it comes with half-time readings.

British menswear designer Cabourn sought inspiration from the golden era of British football in the ‘50s, as mentioned. In that era, football teams and their players were considered heroes, especially for the designer. Here, in his second collaboration with the iconic timepiece maker, he took references from referee watches used at the time.

The watch boasts a football function, as three-quarters of the dial is color-blocked in red, signifying 45 minutes. That is half of a match’s playing time, just in case you have zero clue about how the game works. Retro elements are prominent at the top-center inside the dial, sporting a cream hue. Bold numbers abound the dial of the Timex Referee Watch, which consists of hours and minutes.

The case is a MK1 40mm stainless steel shell with a domed acrylic crystal face. Turn it over and you’ll find etched co-branding. The watch comes with an interchangeable strap. You can get the classic football-themed one or the plain black S.B. Foot Tanning Co. leather strap. It’s a humble design, to be sure, but replete with enough zing to catch anyone’s attention. Especially football fans.

Each Timex Referee Watch purchase comes in an Army mending kit package, which is true also of Cabourn’s first Timex project. It costs £139 GBP, around $176 when roughly converted. You can get it from END.Clothing, Nigel Cabourn Army Gym London in Covent Garden, and select online merchants.


Wild & Wolf Portable Barbecue Grill

Just like EDCs, there are a few full-size gadgets and accessories getting the portable treatment. True to our nature, men want to have a contingency plan, which is why we want to bring tools for survival. Occasionally, we also want to have certain stuff handy for instances wherein we feel the need to accomplish something. For example, a lighter and pocket knife is ideal for emergency situations. On the other hand, when you suddenly feel like grilling something anywhere, the Wild & Wolf portable barbecue grill is the awesome answer.

Let’s being by saying that this is one of the more interesting products to come out way. What looks like a small suitcase actually holds a nifty little gimmick. Moreover, it somehow resembles one of those old-school metal lunchboxes. Meanwhile, just flip the clasps open to reveal its actual function as a versatile barbecue grill. Its form factor makes it easy to transport using the handle, while the size allows it to fit almost anywhere.

The set includes a coal tray, a cooking grate, and a built-in stand that folds out and locks in place. It’s perfect for camping, picnics, and other outdoor activities that will turn into fun-filled gatherings as your man the grill like a champ. The Wild & Wolf portable barbecue grill is part of the Gentlemen’s Hardware collection of products. For superior durability and performance, its using stainless steel for most of its components. Finally, the Navy Blue coating adds a stylish finish with the logo and a script on each side.

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TOKK Reactor Speakers

Buy the TOKK Reactor Speakers if you want some wireless audio companion that’s like nothing else in the market. Not only do these speakers feature rich stereo sound, they’re also pocket-sized so you can take them anywhere.

With a built-in battery offering up to eight hours of listening time, you can enjoy your favorite playlists without missing a beat. The real highlight here, however, are the magnetic wireless halves that affix together and to other magnetic surfaces. That means these can attach to any metallic surface thanks to its magnetic ability.

As for the sound, it features 4W RMS — just fancy talk that means the speakers can deliver loud and high-definition sound. Unfortunately, it’s still stuck with Bluetooth 4.2. That severely limits its capabilities, sadly. However, you should have no problem connecting it to your devices. You can even use it to take a call or talk to Siri if you pair it with an iPhone. Google Assistant is also supported, of course, as is other select smart assistants.

And before we forget: this thing’s also waterproof. IPX5, to be exact. That means you can use it for poolside hangouts and not have to worry about occasional splashes. Just don’t dip it into the water for very long.

Perfect for traveling, camping, or anything, the TOKK Reactor Speakers are a sleek pair of feature-rich speakers that will accompany you with your favorite tunes as you go about. The package comes with a lanyard and carabiner for easy carry, and a microUSB cable.


Forge Clear Ice System

This GE Appliances-backed ice maker, called the Forge Clear Ice System, promises to deliver not just ice but perfectly clear cubes.

Now collecting funds via crowdfunding platform FirstBuild, the device decidedly has a small niche. Most of us are probably fine with plain ice, ratchet as they may be. But for those who enjoy bourbons, whiskeys, and tequilas, this might be something to consider.

Clear ice, as most of you know, isn’t really a new thing. In fact, bartenders have been churning them out for decades. However, even modern clear ice methods take up to a day. This is where the Forge Clear Ice System comes in. This gem can make clear ice in just a few hours, tops.

This thing isn’t going to be cheap, as you can expect. When it hits retail, it’s expected to cost a whopping $1,500. That might seem too much cash to burn on an ice maker, sure. But to be fair, it’s a relatively new technology. There are some risks with it not delivering its lofty goals. But that’s the thing with every crowdfunded project — you’re never sure if it’s going to go anywhere. Still, the promises on paper seems mighty impressive, and we can’t wait to try it out for ourselves soon.

“Our engineers have worked alongside whiskey experts and enthusiasts to create both an innovative way to make clear ice at home, and an experience that creates a wow every time.”

That’s Larry Portaro, executive director at FirstBuild. If you want more info, hit the link below.


Photos courtesy of FirstBuild

FOGO GPS Receiver And Walkie Talkie

It’s never a good idea to brave the backcountry without some form of navigational device on-hand. Which is this Fogo GPS Receiver and Walkie Talkie is a godsend. It’s the only gadget, as FOGO Outdoors claims, that combines GPS, Bluetooth, and voice and text messaging in one package.

Also here is a USB backup battery in case you run out of juice. To top it all off, there’s an inbuilt LED flashlight that’s perfect for emergency situations. It is, in essence, a “peace of mind” kind of gadget — the kind you take along a trip to breathe a sigh of relief.

FOGO also lets you automatically send a text message to friends if you’re in a pickle. It also controls the flashlight with the GPS to help you navigate better. Take it along if you’re going fishing, hiking, traveling, or just plain camping. FOGO might just be your ticket out of a sticky situation.

Though we err on the side of skepticism in terms of FOGO Outdoors calling this a “digital Swiss Army Knife,” it’s quite difficult to argue against that. Though a lofty description, it’s technically correct. This is, after all, bundled with so many potentially life-saving essentials that it’s practically a must-have. Especially if you frequent the outdoors.

The Walkie Talkie is optional, just to note. It’s called the SmartCap, a modular accessory. And since it’s removable, you can pull it out and use other accessories with different functions. For example, FOGO Outdoors plans to make modular plugs that add a satellite modem, avalanche beacon, or a laser range finder to the device.


Victorinox Ranger Of The Lost Art

Victorinox is launching this cinematic EDC as part of its National Parks Swiss Army Knives collection, aptly called Ranger of the Lost Art. What sets these EDCs apart from their siblings is that they each feature iconic ‘30s and ‘40s silkscreen posters. These, if you must know, promote America’s national parks.

These posters were actually headed to the dump at one point. However, and rather fortunately, Park Ranger Doug Leen decided they looked too good just to chuck in the garbage bin. Through laborious research, Leen has recovered 12 of the 14 original designs, and now they cover Vioctorinox’s latest line of robust knives.

The Ranger of the Lost Art series depicts several of those posters. Moreover, this collaboration between the EDC company and Leen seeks to continue the original mission of the posters. Those had aimed to promote art, health, and travel to America’s park hotspots.

Nine of those designs, at $22 apiece, pay homage to some of the country’s largest parks like Yosemite, Glacier, the Grand Canyon, and more. Each Swiss Army Knife boasts the usual suspects: a small blade, scissors, a nail file, a screwdriver, and a toothpick. There’s even some tweezers and a key ring if you need those.

Needless to say this EDC essential has every tool you need to brave the backcountry, which is no surprise. This is, after all, handiwork from Victorinox, whose prowess in this category remains unquestioned. Each knife comes with a lifetime warranty, too, but there’s never been that many cases of them breaking, just so you know. Hit the link below to find out more.


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Grand Seiko SBGC229 Watch

Grand Seiko has shown off its latest collaboration with Nissan, this slick-looking limited edition watch that commemorates their respective 20th and 50th anniversaries. The Grand Seiko SBGC229 is the latest addition to the watchmaker’s Spring Drive Chronograph lineup. If you’re a fan of that series, you’ll love this new entry. It features the same stunning aesthetics and innovative construction found on the other watches.

Modeled after Nissan’s iconic Japanese sports car, the GT-R, The Grand Seiko SBGC229 watch gets the “Bayside Blue” colorway of the original ride. The ceramic case and white dial recalls the classic Skyline 2000 GT-R. There’s even an anniversary emblem coated in 18-karat yellow gold atop the oscillating wight. It complements the watch’s handful of car-related flourishes.

Grand Seiko also opted to add a GS-stamped crown just to give a watch a more authentic vibe. You’ll also find a chronograph function and titanium internals. Just 200 pieces are available, which is to say this is going to fly off quickly. In European markets, it’ll retail for €21,600 — stateside pricing is yet undetermined, but chances are it’ll sell for around $21,000 there. Check back with Men’s Gear as we learn more.

You can find the watch at select Grand Seiko boutiques and retail partners around the world. You can also hit the link below to find out more about the watch from Grand Seiko’s website. If you’re a sports car nut, this is a no-brainer. Provided you can afford its lofty price tag, of course. Hurry, though.


Photos courtesy of Grand Seiko and Nissan