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CREATURES S-LOCK DRY BAG

Creatures of Leisure have made a pretty simple thing – keeping things dry – quite profitable by doing it really, really well.

This S-Lock Dry Bag’s versatility is its key: if you’re swimming to a remote island, you can chuck your valuables in here, strap the backpack to your back, make like Thorpey and away you go. If it's an esky you require, chuck some ice in and there you have it. If you’re fishing, kayaking, jet-skiing or on a surf trip, and you’ve got valuable gear you need to stow away safely – it’s safe in the S-Lock Dry Bag.

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AU$179

NOMAD GRILLS PORTABLE BBQ

There’s nothing worse than being stuck somewhere, hungry, unable to cook a barbeque.

At the beach? All I see is a potential barbeque location. Lost in the middle of the desert? Time for a barbeque. Is your hardware store no longer serving those legendary car park snags due to COVID? Say no more - the Nomad Grills Portable BBQ is here.

It’s a premium charcoal barbecue grill & smoker that looks like a suitcase. This gives it unparalleled portability, so you’ll be ready for all those...

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AU$800

BRIDGER CUSTOMISABLE HELMET

It’s important to always wear protection.

Especially when it comes to your head. American outdoor company Bridger clearly subscribe to the Swiss army knife school of adaptability, creating a helmet that will protect your noggin whether you’re taking on Whistler’s slopes on a snowboard or dodging bad drivers in Melbourne’s bike lanes.

The helmet features an adjustable shell system, has been road tested for safety, and looks pretty cool too.

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AU$400

CORAVIN WINE PRESERVATION

Coravin Sparkling is a vacuum wine-stopper and carbonation unit in one, designed to make those half-finished sparkling wine bottles fresh.

The stoppers keep any oxygen from getting in, and the carbonation provides a shot of gas that retains carbonation for up to 14 days, without the vino losing any flavour. The stoppers alone are also heavy-duty options for any regular, non-sparkling bottle of wine.

Not bad for when you open up that one bottle too many — let’s face it, we’ve all done it — or if you’ve got an expensive bottle you want to preserve.

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AU$229

CLEO DRONUT DRONE

Imagine flying a drone without the anxiety of it crashing and burning, or being intercepted by a seagull, or crashing into a cliff and exploding into smithereens.

The Cleo Donut drone aims to rid people of those fears. It is the world’s first “bi-rotor ducted drone powered by thrust vectoring technology” – meaning, unlike more conventional drones on the market it doesn’t have propellers. While it is some way from the filming capabilities of the high-end drones on the market, its durability is a huge plus, especially for any wayward drone drivers out there.

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AU$9,800

ROLEX EXPLORER II

Rolex are right up there when it comes to luxury, but the Explorer 2 shows they’re relevant when it comes to getting around the globe as well.

The Rolex Explorer II has a second hour hand in bright orange that runs on a 24-hour cycle: set this 24-hour hand for your second time zone, so you can remember when that deadline is due or when you can call home without waking everybody up. It’s also looks good. Really good.

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AU$9,500

get in the know The most expensive Rolex sold for US$17million.

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