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Andy Warhol’s art might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but his taste in watches was pretty classic. Though we might have expected him to wear something like a Helbros Mickey Mouse watch, his taste was more Cartier and Rolex. In fact, his 1943 pink gold Rolex Oyster Chronographe, ref. 3525 that’s as gorgeous today as it was during his time is up for auction. Imagine Mr. Warhol painting furiously while wearing this Swiss mechanical automatic with its beautiful rose gold bezel, superimposed subdials, and that big onion crown. Christie’s auction house will put it up for sale in Geneva in May, and it’s estimated to take in $300K, far cheaper than the $105.4 million his “Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)” painting fetched in 2013. What’s more, you can actually take this Warhol classic with you wherever you go.

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Travel should be exciting, and without compromise–especially when it comes to your tech. Charging all your devices requires three products: a USB charger for multiple devices, a travel adapter for power outlets, and a power adapter for your laptop. That’s too many chargers. Get rid of all of them and replace them with the all-in-one Passport GO. 30W output with GaN (Gallium Nitride) technology for fast-charging, reduced heat and maximum compatibility. Four separate USB ports including USB-C PD and an AC plug to charge everything. This is the best travel adapter out there.