Whether you want to be prepared for an impromptu set or just don't want to bring a van full of backup equipment for your main rig, the Monster Go DJ Portable Mixer has you covered. Measuring less than 10 inches long, this pint-sized mixer packs in a surprising amount of capability, including dual touchscreens, physical effects knobs and crossfade slider, beat matching, a touch sampler, a sequencer, an EQ, recording capability, an SD card slot, line-in and line-out ports, a microphone input, and a headphone output — basically everything you might need to DJ a set in one sleek, highly portable package.
It doesn't matter if you've got a 128GB iPhone 6 Plus or an 8GB iPhone 4 — odds are you have some photos in your Camera Roll you could do without. Flic makes it easy to get rid of them, by prompting you to go through a whole month's worth of photos at a time, swiping right if you want to keep the current photo and left if you don't. There's an undo button in the corner for wayward swipes — the photos are only permanently deleted after the whole month's been sorted through and you've given them one last glance — but the simple interface makes clearing up your camera easier than ever.
Created in celebration of the company's 175th anniversary, the Patek Philippe World Time Moon Watch blends old and new by pairing the company's world time mechanism that first appeared in the 1930s with an all-new central moon-phase display. The time-zone mechanism displays the time of day in all 24 zones at a glance, with the name of prominent destinations in each time zone on the outside and hours on the inside. In the center is a moon phase display made up of two thin, superposed glass disks, which combine to show a large, detailed rendering of the moon in its current phase. Limited to just 1300 examples, it measures 39.8 mm and comes with a hand-stitched alligator strap.