Sharp Guy Magazine's October wishlist

Every month, the Sharp Guy team puts together a list of items that's excited us. Here is our wishlist for October.

Samsung Frame TV


The Frame is designed to enhance your home whether you're watching TV or not. The new design friendly TV, transforms into art that compliments your living space. Not only can you display your personal photos with a distinct slickness, but you can also source pieces from some of the world’s greatest art houses; including the Tate and the V&A. In standby mode it displays artwork (either from Samsung's expandable library, or from your own collection of pictures and photos) so your TV transforms into art that enhances your living space. It can mount flush to the wall with the included wall mount, or displayed on the included stand. As a TV it boasts a 4K HDR picture and online entertainment from Samsung's smart hub. The TV comes in 43", 49", 55" and 65" options. Retail price: from £1,199

Cadello


Inspired by Venetian masked balls, Cadello is crafted with eight carefully selected ingredients which unveil flavours of coffee, chocolate, star anise and vanilla, with hints of caramel, hazelnut, mint and toffee. The ingredients are infused in grain alcohol and then distilled separately, before being carefully blended into French Oak barrels with coffee beans, to age into a liqueur that encapsulates the perfect depth, complexity and smoothness. Cadello is perfectly smooth and can be simply enjoyed on its own, with a mixer or as base for a cocktail. Retail price: £30

Bally "Rafa" backpack



The Rafa backpack is a modern men's backpack, and has a single buckle clasp closure which opens to a lined, drawstring closure interior with side pockets. The exterior features a single zipped pocket, and Bally Stripe-detailed shoulder straps. The backpack is made in Italy, of smooth calf leather and comes in brown and navy. Retail price: £1,150

VQ Hepburn Alexa


In Hepburn Alexa, British audio brand VQ has evolved the traditional thinking that Amazon Alexa speakers should be cylindrical, instead opting to integrate Alexa into one of their most iconic radio shapes – Hepburn. In doing so, VQ has created a vintage styled Amazon Alexa speaker for those that want a little more style from their voice-activated speakers. Hepburn Alexa does everything you’ve come to expect from an Amazon Alexa speaker, you can ask to play music, hear the news, check weather, control smart home devices, and more. Retail price: £149.99 (From November)

adidas Carbon Green Futurecraft 4D


Adidas Consortium has partnered with Footpatrol to create the limited edition Futurecraft 4D. Designed using adidas' Futurecraft technology for London Design Festival and inspired by colour theory, the shoe uses the color wheel as a reference point to select various shades of green that combine seamlessly for a tonal take on the tech, while a touch of light contrast is provided by the mint green Futurecraft midsole. Retail price: £400

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