To serious folk, decanting wine is no laughing matter. To those of us with less refined taste buds, however, it's less about how you pour and more about how much. Fortunately, Dean & Deluca has created a middle ground. One part connoisseur, one part novice, the Versovino Wine Decanting System ($40) corks into the top of any bottle to pour a perfect glass every time — and it looks pretty cool too.
A classy coozie. This Silver Plated Beverage Holder ($28) is the fanciest way to enjoy an icy-cold beer we've seen. Perfect for the discerning Coors Light drinker or your groomsman.
There are a few brands out there that never go out of style, Timex is part of that group, and has been for generations. The minimalist dial design of the Timex Fairfield Chrono Watch is an excellent example, featuring a chronograph function with four-hour capacity, Indiglo night-light, and is water resistant up to 30 meters. Strap choices include stainless steel, striped nylon, and genuine leather that can be worn exclusively or swapped out to match mood or destination. It goes with just about everything and promises to be your favorite accessory for years to come.
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Go ahead, have the biggest glass in the room. The XL Beer Glass ($13) holds five bottles of beer, assuring you won't lose your spot on the couch over refills.
The Super Side Bar ($500-$580) lets you dispense five of your favorite drinks without picking up a single bottle. And, like your own personal bartender, the Side Bar is fully programmable for automatic measuring of mixed drinks. Allowing you to store your bottles up to 10 feet away, it uses five separate pumps and individually transports beverages to your glass via separate flexible tubing, so your vodka and rum will never mix. The Side Bar operates on either 110 volt AC or 12 volt DC, letting you order one for your pool house, one for your yacht, and one for your jet. Black and white bases with black, white, brass, and chrome spouts are available.