Start With This | Innovative Designer Tech Accessories
Technology’s purpose is to make our lives a little bit easier, a little more efficient, a little less stressful and more productive. So outfit yourself and your living and work environments with innovative products that are sure to advance your goals, or, in the least, relieve some pressure from day-to-day expectations.
At the top of the list is tech accessories that increase punctuality. Yeah, we call those watches. Master your schedule and look good doing it by relying on a timepiece that is as efficient as it is eco-friendly. The Eco-Drive watches by Citizen are powered by light (natural and artificial), which means it wont stop ticking until you do.
To help prep in the mornings, stash your goods away in stylish carryalls for your cords, like the Leather Charger Roll Up by Mark and Graham, or the Minimalist Folio by Poketo. Not only will your equipment remain protected, but it will keep you looking utterly organized.
Keeping calm as you keep your busy schedule is one thing, another is keeping one step ahead of the inevitable. Stay prepared for untimely and unexpected battery fails by keeping a travel-sized one in your backpack or briefcase at all times. The Battery Cable by Nomad is especially portable and acts as a charging chord and battery pack capable of reviving your all-important smartphone.
Plenty more inspired tech accessories are available to creatively kick-start a productive day. From revolutionary earbuds to advanced textiles, increased productivity and sensory stimulation are just a credit card swipe away.
Innovative Designer Tech Accessories:
Get started by strapping on a stark and handsome Citizen CTO (Model BM6988-57E), $250, a light-powered timepiece perfect for everyday wear.
Photo courtesy of Citizen.
The Minimalist Folio in Medium by Poketo, $48, is the perfect size to keep your 12" tablet unscratched and safe, along with a few other light tech accessories.
Photo courtesy of Poketo.
Keep your cords and headphones neatly organized and untangled with a sleek kit. Try the Leather Charger Roll Up by Mark and Graham, $49, with free monogramming.
Photo courtesy of Mark and Graham.
Up the creative composite of your iPhone photos with the Deluxe Creative Mobile Lens Kit by Lensbaby, $99.95.
Photo courtesy of Lensbaby.
Multitask with a phone charger that is also a portable battery on reserve. Try the Battery Cable by Nomad, $39.95, a lightening cable with more to offer than others.
Photo courtesy of Nomad's Instagram.
This lightweight suitcase has more than meets the eye, like ultra strength and technology. It taps into an app to allow you to locate it, weigh it, and even charge your devices. Try the A22 Carry by Raden, $295.
Photo courtesy of Raden.
The Orbit Turntable by Uturn Audio, starting at $179, is a simple turntable that is also customizable. Start with a simple version, and upgrade as you go.
Photo courtesy of Uturn Audi.
The Leather Solo Wallet in black/gold by Hex, $49.95, is stylish and efficient, with 3 credit card slots to allow you to run sans-wallet.
Photo courtesy of Hex.
State of the art audio comes in very small packages - like the world's smallest and most lightweight Bluetooth headphones. Try the Bullet 2.0 Earbuds by Schatzii, $300.
Photo courtesy of Schatzii.
Never lose your keys (suitcase, remote control, wallet) again. Simply attach the Tile Mate by Tile. Get one for $25, 4 for $70, or 8 for $130.
Photo courtesy of Tile.
The Scroll Vintage Bluetooh Wireless Portable Speaker by Owlee, $129.99, has a range of 32 feet, and a 9-hour battery capacity. Dance on.
Photo courtesy of Owlee.
Multi-task with a solar flashlight and charger all in one. Get the Waka Waka Power +, $69.99.
Photo courtesy of Waka Waka.
The Gym Duffle, $165, by AER, is a technologically advanced way to store your work out gear. This bag has mesh panels for maximum breathability, and a water resistant shoe pocket.
Photo courtesy of AER.
Part art, part tech, the Dock & Lightening Marble Edition, $129.99, by Native Union, allows you to stylishly and quickly charge your smart phone.
Photo courtesy of Native Union.