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For the Road, and Home

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Published: Sep 4, 2013 06:19:02 AM IST
Updated: Sep 4, 2013 12:11:45 PM IST

For the Road, and Home

Cruise Thrills
Korean bikemaker Hyosung’s soon-to-be-launched cruiser Mirage GV250 is a miniature version of its successful Aquila Pro. The 250 cc motorcycle has a five-speed transmission, a disc brake in front, and is a fine buy for Rs 3 lakh.


For the Road, and Home
Home Hideouts
Italian manufacturer Barausse’s Secret Door made of Real Wood can be installed on a wall as well as plasterboard. It comes with certified sound insulation and can be fitted with a retractable handle—a push button to operate it with.

For the Road, and Home

Small Shot
The Nespresso Pixie is a compact coffee-making machine that can detect an empty water tank and shut off automatically beyond the programmed time. The removable water tank helps churning quicker cups of coffee easy. Buongiorno a te!

For the Road, and Home
Kiddie Chairs
Tokyo-based designer Takeshi Sawada’s Kamina&C offers chairs—inspired by deer, sheep and cows—for toddlers. The frames are made from walnut and beech wood while the seats are of faux fur.

For the Road, and Home

This Way!

If you’re fumbling with Google Maps on the go, TomTom Go 2013 is your answer. It offers quick search options—with live map in the background—and clearer traffic information. You can also send traffic info to your smartphone via Bluetooth.

Cruise Thrills, courtesy Overdrive, Kiddie Chairs, Home Hideouts, courtesy Better Interiors, Small Shot, This Way!, courtesy T3 (This material is reproduced from T3 magazine and is the copyright of or licensed to Future Publishing Limited, a Future plc group company, UK2010. Used under licence. All rights reserved.)

(This story appears in the 06 September, 2013 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)

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