Sharp Guy Magazine's June wishlist

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

Ruark x LINLEY Tempo Radio

Ruark, a pioneer of British audio excellence and iconic British furniture designer, LINLEY have joined forces to create Tempo radio, a unique product that combines both companies’ passion for design and quality.

The limited-edition bespoke design encompasses the unique vision and outstanding quality you would expect to find from both Ruark and LINLEY. Each colourway features a marquetry inlay composed of four different veneers. The petite but powerful Tempo radio makes a striking impact in any interiors space, whilst providing enticing audio quality. Retail price: £1,295 

Retro Gameboy phone case

This retro phone case will take you back to the fun days of yesteryear with 36 categories of retro games. With a coloured screen and compatibility with a variety of phones, this phone case will unleash the inner child in you wherever you are. Retail price: £12.98

Mary-Le-Bone Cask Aged Gin

New Mary-Le-Bone Cask Aged Gin is distilled in London with 13 of the finest botanicals from around the world, before it is rested in West Indian Rum casks for a rich and full flavour. On the palate, this gin delivers smooth, rich juniper and creamy brioche with hints of spice, citrus and vanilla followed by lingering notes of cinnamon spice and black pepper. Retail price: £40.95

Coca Cola Signature Mixers

Coca Cola has unveiled a new range of crafted mixers specially designed to be enjoyed with dark spirits. With four flavours expertly crafted by some of the world’s most innovative mixologists, you will discover the magic of a whole new Coke taste sensation. Coming in a sleek Hutchinson glass bottle (a nod to the silhouette of the first ever Coca-Cola bottle), these are the four amazing flavour combinations for you to sample: Smoky Notes, by Max Venning, Spicy Notes, by Adriana Chía and Pippa Guy, Herbal Notes, by Antonio Naranjo and Woody Notes by Alex Lawrence. Retail price: TBC

Ekster 3.0 wallet

With the Ekster 3.0 wallet and tracker card, gone are the days of hunting through clothes, toys, and baby bags to find a wallet (or anything you put the tracker card in, really). The tracker, which is around the size of a credit card, can be paired with a phone and then traced anywhere in the world. But wait, it gets better: the tracker’s solar-powered, so Dad doesn’t have to worry about charging yet another device. Retail price:from $99

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