It's definitely not an iPhone — hell, it's not really even a smartphone — but the Tag Heuer Meridiist Infinite Phone has a trick up its sleeve that should be the envy of any mobile device. And what might that be, you ask? An invisible photovoltaic component built into the sapphire crystal screen that produces enough juice to charge the phone, letting it hold its charge in standby mode. If that's not enough for you, it's also built entirely from Grade 5 titanium, carbon, and rubber, and is limited to just 1,911 pieces — since it celebrates the first dashboard chronograph made by the company in, you guessed it, 1911.
With so many new breweries flooding the craft beer market, it's difficult to keep up and decipher what is actually worth trying. Side Project in St. Louis is still young, but with beers like Oude Fermier, they are already ahead of the pack. Oude Fermeir started as a Saison, but was barrel fermented in Chardonnay barrels and aged for 12 months while mingling with wild Missouri yeast before bottling. The result is a fantastic beer, with lemon, yeast and some mild tartness. And being housed in such a beautiful bottle makes it even more attractive.
It's great to have a watch with a bunch of features — but it's also nice to have a timepiece with a clean, easily-readable face. You'll have a hard time finding one cleaner than the Void V03D Watch. The thin metal ring around the dial gives the watch a sleek appearance, one that's only enhanced by the hour and second markers, which are laid out in Futura. A Quartz movement keeps things accurate, a date window adds some extra functionality, and your choice of five colorways ensures you can find one to match your style.