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Third Dimension

Tushiv presents an exclusive patented collection of three-dimensional holographic sculptures inspired by ancient cultural and religious symbols of Asia especially India. Indian gods like Krishna, Ganesha, Mahavira and Buddha form a part of the exquisitely handcrafted collection. Made from eco-friendly recycled material, the price of these sculptures range from Rs 6,000 for a small piece to around Rs 40,000 for a large, wall-mountable framed work. It is available at Atria Mall, Worli, Mumbai.


Car Stereos By Kenwood

Kenwood has introduced its new car stereo system - the KDC-MP3029. Compatible with both MP3 and high-compression WMA format, the system also features a folder selection function that makes finding folders easy. Equipped with a host of features like theft deterrent faceplate, 14 segment FL display, two-way telephone mute, multi-session disk playback, the system is priced at Rs 8,990.


Club Wear For Men

Egle Shoes, the premium Russian footwear brand, has unveiled its contemporary leather footwear range. Available in a range of shades like beige, brown-tan dark blue, cream, camel, dark brown and gray, the range is designed in suede leather. Priced between Rs 3,590 to Rs 4,990, Egle shoes are made of natural materials.

 


K For Kurta

Cottons by Century, a premium menswear brand, has launched its range of cotton kurta shirts with different colours ranging from fushia, orange, tan and yellow with vivid fashions from dobby to prints to vertical crush and many more. The styling and fabrics are in synch with the needs of fashion conscious men and are specifically designed keeping in mind the latest trends this spring-summer spell. They are available from Rs 600 to Rs 900.


Super Sleek Hi-Fi System

Philips Electronics India Limited has announced the launch of Philips MCM 240 - a hi-fi system that can be wall mounted. Its other features include front motorised CD door, digital sound control, dynamic bass boost and auto digital FM tuning. The player is available exclusively at Philips ARENA showrooms across the country at a price of Rs 5,999.


Massage With Osim's iSqueez

Osim is out with its iSqueez massager that squeezes calves, ankles and feet all at once. iSqueez is a lower leg massager specifically designed to give a stimulating foot and ankle massage, while shaping and toning calves simultaneously. Priced at Rs 22,000, the massager offers a comprehensive range of three kneading massage programmes and three vibration modes.

 


Shoot In Style

Kyocera, manufacturer of CDMA wireless phones and devices, has launched Koi - its stylish 1.2 megapixel camera phone with built-in flash and 5x digital zoom. It features MPEG-4 video and 16 MB onboard memory in a unique swivel design and a large external display. The camera phone offers sharp resolutions for saving, printing and framing photos as large as 4x6. The handset also features a sliding protective lens cover.

The Kyocera Koi can be used in open or closed mode; opening the lens cover automatically launches Koi into camera mode even when the phone is closed. Weighing 114 grams and measuring 100x50x25 mm, the Kyocera Koi is priced at approximately Rs 15,600 and is available in 14 cities across India.


Gamble With Time

Reverso Florale has made a new addition to its line - the Reverso Florale Joaillerie. Inspired by the world of gambling, the watch has rolled dice tumbling across the front and back of its reversible case, which has a combination of engraved and gemset motifs. Traditional gemsetting techniques decorate the dice motif with diamonds of 0.8 to 1.35 mm diameter. It has two faces - on the front it is an elegant watch and on the back it is a pure jewel.

It is available in a white- or yellow-gold case and comes with a silvered or golden dial decorated with floral numerals. It is priced at Rs 10,04,700 and is available at Times Avenue, Bandra (West), Mumbai.

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