Luxury travel treats: Garmin Approach S6, Blazer by Fadenmeister Berlin and more...

In this week’s edition of ‘luxury travel treats’, we have a great gadget for golfers, an elegant cashmere blazer for female business travellers, and a USB stick with a capacity like no other. Also included is a very versatile and portable wireless speaker and a handy translation tool, perfect for the frequent overseas traveller.

Garmin Approach S6

The Garmin Approach S6 is a slim, lightweight, feature-packed high-resolution colour touchscreen GPS golf watch with first-of-its-kind swing metrics that was even awarded with the most famous reddot industrial design award. It features full-colour course views for more than 40,000 international courses and a dedicated CourseView button to get you to the second shot view quickly. Preview doglegs, bunkers and water hazards and pin positioning from wherever you are on the course, or clubhouse.

Garmin Approach S6

Blazer by Fadenmeister Berlin

This blazer by Fadenmeister Berlin offers an elegant, classic look. The wonderfully soft herringbone fabric from Italy ensures understated chic! Carefully fashioned in a slightly longer length, with small revers collar, a breast welt pocket and 2 piped flap pockets. In 88% new milled wool, 12% cashmere. Elaborately finished inside with a lining in 62% acetate, 38% cupro.


Kingston DataTraveler USB stick

Kingston‘s DataTraveler ultimate USB stick is available in 1TB and 2TB capacities and is backed by 5-year warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability. Power users will have the ability to store massive amounts of data in a small form factor, including up to 70 hours of 4K video on a single 2TB drive. Offering superior quality in a high-end design, it is made of a zinc-alloy metal casing for shock resistance. Its compact size gives the tech enthusiast or professional user an easily portable solution to store and transfer high capacity files.

Kingston DataTraveler USB stick

Ultimate Ears Roll 2

The Ultimate Ears Roll 2 is an incredibly loud, pint-sized, portable Bluetooth speaker ready for your next adventure. It has an IPX7 rating meaning that it is completely waterproof, and a 9-hour battery life provides long-lasting use. Its 100ft wireless range makes it completely portable while the bungee cord allows you to hang your speaker with ease. Connect to the app and you can set your favourite playlist as an alarm, connect multiple speakers and customise your sound with the equaliser.

Habanero Ultimate Ears Roll 2

Travis translator

Meet Travis, the world’s first smart pocket translator powered by AI. This personal voice translator lets you instantly communicate in over 80 languages. Travis breaks the barriers between language and allows travellers and international professionals to communicate effortlessly with anyone, anywhere.

Travis translator

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Comments (4)

  1. Denis Gagnon says:

    Pleased to hear about the Garmin S6 golf watch. Its high resolution screen will be a welcome plus for golfers like me who need all the help they can get when they play.

  2. Brian says:

    It’s time that I invested in a proper golf watch. The Garmin Approach S6 looks ideal. I know that courses have 100, 150 and 200 yards markers on the fairway but I don’t always use the fairways. That means I have to rely on my own judgement which is often fatally flawed. Frequently, I select the wrong club and am either 20 yards past the green or 20 yards short.

    I don’t actually belong to a Golf Club, playing at around 10 different courses with friends, so the preview feature is a good way of seeing what lies ahead.

    • Paul Johnson says:

      Yes, I can imagine it’s really useful in particular for those people who play at a variety of courses. If you’re always playing at the same course and club, then I guess you soon get a feel for which club to use when.

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