Your phone automatically updates to the correct time wherever you might be. Shouldn't your watch do the same? That's the premise behind the Casio Edifice Bluetooth Watch. Using a Bluetooth connection to your phone, it automatically updates itself four times a day, setting not only the main dial to the correct local time, but also the second time zone subdial, as well as the day and date. You can switch the time between the two using a single button, and also use the watch to track down your phone. Other features include a solar charging system that can use even fluorescent lights for power, 3D rounded indices and a 3D globe dial that shows the time in relation to the Earth's rotation, and a sturdy metal body that's water resistant to 100 meters.
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When it comes to your everyday attire in the work environment, looking sloppy or out of touch isn't an option. But most of us hate shopping, especially when it comes to the accessories that help complete each outfit. Sprezzabox simplifies the shopping experience by shipping you a new box each month with 5-6 new products that put the finishing touches on a great look and all at a price that won't break the bank. Ties, wallets, sunglasses, socks, watches, and more are typical products you can expect. Subscriptions start at just $28 for over $100 in retail value. Quality, professional items are hand selected by an in-house stylist each month and shipped right to your door.
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Words of wisdom from Roger Sterling? We're in. As fans of Mad Men will now, Sterling was working on his book — Sterling's Gold ($12) — during the last season, filling it with observations on life, business, women, success, drinking, and even New York City, all with Sterling's signature wit. [via]
Who better to discuss the fragile nature of human life than a member of the undead? While he might not be a literal zombie, Life by Keith Richards ($16) only reaffirms the notion that he's done enough drugs over his 60+ years to preserve himself long into the afterlife. Covering ground from his childhood and first musical interests through becoming a Rolling Stone, tax exile, husband, father, and eventually big-screen pirate, Life has more insight to offer than you might think.