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The handmade Sonus Faber Chameleon speakers

Sonus Faber Chameleon speakers 1

By Adrian

Posted 2 Sep 2015 4:50 pm

When we’re talking about luxurious high-end speakers, Sonus Faber is a name that easily comes to mind. Their top of the line speakers might set you back over a hundred thousand dollars but the company has decided to reach a wider audience, by unveiled these lovely speakers that probably every one of us can afford. The all new Sonus Faber Chameleon speakers come with the same quality we’re used to see from Sonus Faber, delivering a crystal clear sound from elegant shapes, clad in real leather and having aluminum rims on their divers. Yeah, it’s true that these new speakers

The Ten Best Places in Italy for a Selfie


By Adrian

Posted 2 Sep 2015 5:45 am

Italy has no shortage of landmarks and scenery. For the selfie enthusiast it’s the perfect holiday destination with endless opportunities for great pics. These are just some of the places where you should have that camera at the ready to take a terrific selfie. The Coliseum Short breaks to Rome have never been so affordable with plenty of low cost flights to Europe. Rome’s most iconic attraction, of the many there are to see in this city, is the impressive amphitheater — one of the largest ever built. The best selfie can be had at Colle Oppio Park nearby. You’ll get

The amazing wildlife will take your breath away at Chief’s Camp


By neo

Posted 1 Sep 2015 7:46 pm

Located deep in the Moremi Game Reserve, a region known as the “predator capital of Africa”, the luxury pavilions of Chief’s Camp can only be reached by airplane. Named after the great Chief Moremi, the hereditary king of the area, this place is the ideal destination for those of you who love nothing more than observe wild life and enjoy its magic. Chief’s Camp is actually located on an island in northern Bostwana, the result of seasonal floodwaters of the Okavango. Guests can stay here in 12 serene pavilions, which dot the edge of the Piajio plains in very close

$3 Million For A Stunning Porsche 918 Spyder Is Not A Bad Deal


By neo

Posted 1 Sep 2015 7:05 pm

This jaw dropping Acid Green Porsche 918 Spyder is currently up for sale, in the United States, listed at a staggering $2.949 million, which is over $2 million more than the hypercar’s original retail price. Why the huge price-tag, you say? It’s probably the perfect beast to drive around town if you want to get everyone’s attention. This is one of just two 918s finished in Acid Green, and the only one residing in the United States – out of 297 918 Spyders. This Porsche also features the Weissach package which includes various carbon fiber elements, green brake calipers, as

The Stunning Canal Grande Apartment You’ve Been Dreaming Of


By neo

Posted 1 Sep 2015 5:45 pm

Located conveniently close to the parking area of Piazzale Roma and the famous Piazza San Marco, this luxurious apartment offers a magnificent view of the lovely Canal Grande. With a lavish living area of 345 m2 or about 3,714 Sq Ft. and comprised of 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, this residence at Salizada San Stae is simply dreamy. Sitting right in the heart of one of the most romantic cities in the world, on the first floor of an charming building from the first half of the 17th century, this incredible apartment will make any lucky fellow feel like James

The unique Peter Speake-Marin Kennin-ji Temple Masters Project


By neo

Posted 1 Sep 2015 5:03 pm

Imagined by four masters, a watchmaker and three engravers, the Kennin-ji Temple Masters Project is a gorgeous timepiece which features beautifully engraved dragon motifs inspired by the Kennin-ji Temple in Japan. This is a unique project totally worth talking about, especially since it had four masters involved in the design of a single watch. The one-off Peter Speake-Marin timepiece has been commissioned by an experienced collector who is extremely passionate about high-quality artisan crafts with the Kennin-ji Temple, the inspiration behind this special watch, being a historic Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, founded in 1202. This temple is considered to

Surf Snowdonia Artificial Park Is A Surfer’s Nirvana


By neo

Posted 1 Sep 2015 4:25 pm

Surfers from the UK are a bunch of unlucky dudes; their climate barely allows them to enjoy summer, let alone let loose their passion for surfing. But all of that was true until now. There’s this new place in North Wales, called Surf Snowdonia, a unique surf facility that’s praised for producing the longest man-made surfable waves on the planet. After 10 years of research and development, as well as a £12 million (or about $19 million) investment, Surf Snowdonia came to life. This is the world’s first Wavegarden surfing lagoon to be opened to the public, measuring 300 x

Bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantom Zahra Returns To The Basics


By neo

Posted 1 Sep 2015 4:01 pm

I’m not sure what the people at Rolls Royce are thinking about these days, but I’m starting to wonder if somehow they’re getting bored. They keep rolling out bespoke models from the factory gates and although that should be the best of news, I can’t really understand why. Their latest beauty is this proper old-school configured Roller. Called the Rolls-Royce Phantom Zahra, this ride is luxury straight to the point, lacking the playful color accents and extravagance of most custom-commissioned models. The customer of this particular Phantom opted out for the EWB variant – an extended wheelbase titan of opulence –

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