Product + Tech

With the latest of quality products and technology inventions from the best-minded brands around to the most entrepreneurial and creative of crowdfunding projects, enjoy the aspirational lifestyle of SATORI & SCOUT.

Minimalist Urbanears Interior Urbanears Speakers 7.3

Urbanears Colourful Interior Speakers

“…Urbanear’s Stammen and Baggen both offer clean design in their cuboid shapes. With such a variety of colours and sizes…”

Guitars By Loog For Beginners 7.9

Loog Guitars Make Learning Easy

“…With flashcards and a smart phone app also to help, Loog aim to make the learning curve accessible for children and adults alike…”

The Amazon Echo In The Bedroom 6.1

Amazon Echo Styling Your Look

“…Echo Look also fulfils all of the other benefits that Amazon Echo’s previous releases achieve, namely play music, read the news etc…”

The Luciano Gramophone 7.5

The NewBlack Luxe Gramophone

“…A modernised gramophone for the new audio generation, Luciano is a Bluetooth speaker that is very soon available at NEWBLACK…”

The Portable Sony DTPS1 6.9

Putting Pen To (Sony DPTS1) Paper

“…Arguably, the SONY device would be the largest notebook that you will ever own. Complete with a rechargeable stylus pen…”

Timeless British Design By David Brown 8.4

David Brown Mini (Re)Masterclass

“…Beautiful colours, lines, finishes and car technology make the David Brown Mini Remastered project a luxurious success…”

RELVAOKELLERMANN Minimalist Glasses 8.5

Specs Of Minimalist Production Spec

“….To reduce the amount of waste material that is created when manufacturing eyewear, RELVAOKELLERMANN has decided to take a new tack…”

Beosound Speakers Of Minimal Design 8.3

Bang & Olufsen Shape Experience

“…Named the BeoSound Shape, the modular hexagonal speaker system has been designed to seamlessly integrate into the modern lives and homes of its listeners…”

The Magic Calendar Concept 7.5

Magic Phone x Paper Calendar

“…Overcoming the issues of duplication, or conversely, forgetfulness, this Magic Calendar design is really quite something…”