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We’ve driven Rolls-Royce’s two-door Wraith, and we can attest that it is truly fast, heavy, opulent, and about as subtle as a carbon fiber M1 Abrams Tank. As Rolls-Royce embarks on its plans to go all-electric, it’s issuing final editions of its gas-powered V12 cars beginning with the Wraith, which says goodbye with the Black Arrow. The exotic exterior gets its own gradient surface with a glass-infused “Crystal” paint over another layer of Black Diamond paint that provides a unique motion blur effect. There’s even a special crusted surface texture to mimic that of the Bonneville Salt Flats. The treatment itself takes more than twelve hours of polishing. Open the suicide doors, and you’ll find that the special interior is festooned with yellow accents, open-pore Black Wood, illuminated polished aluminum, and opulent “Club Leather” seats and trim. There’s even the illuminated Bonneville Salt Flats constellation night sky woven into the headliner. The car is collector’s dream because of its limited production and the end of the V12 gas era for the brand.


Vaer has been one of our favorite watchmakers for as long as we can remember because they produce new, classic watches based on iconic designs. Case in point, the Vaer G5 Meridian watch you see here. This timepiece is a 1950s-inspired 20ATM automatic watch that’s USA-assembled, dual timezone, built with ocean-ready functionality, self-winding and the brand’s first true GMT (the latest version of their core dive watch design). What’s more, it pays homage to other watches that are incredibly more expensive or hard to come by whilst also adding new aspects that makes this Vaer G5 Meridian watch more desirable than the other options in our opinion.