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Published: Mar 20, 2014 06:54:48 AM IST
Updated: Mar 11, 2014 01:08:46 PM IST
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Hot Seat
Herman Miller’s iconic Eames Lounge & Ottoman chair, which adorns many modern museums, is now available in an expanded range of materials to suit airy interiors. This hand-assembled chair comes in a white finish with individually upholstered cushions and adjustable stainless steel glides.

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Classic Touch
Newform’s Royale Classique collection of faucets is a fine blend of Italian lineage and Indian sensibility. Made of brass, these faucets are gold-polished and are available in silver, gold and bronze hues. Comes with a five-year warranty.

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Burning Good
The Tefal ActiFry 2in1 doesn’t just fry chips; it also whips up a decent stir-fry and can cook two dishes at once. This low-fat fryer uses hot air and a powerful fan to circulate the heat, requires just a teaspoon of oil, and the results are completely grease-free. A perfect buy if you’re counting calories!

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Wristy Fitness
The GPS-enabled TomTom Runner records duration, distance, pace and calories burnt. It allows you to set a desired pace or distance target against previous outings, visually represented on the 144x168-pixel screen. Advanced models of this running watch can monitor heart-rate too.

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Family Tablet
The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX has the finest display among Amazon tablets, is sleeker and lighter than the rest, and comes with a 1.3 MP front camera suited for video calls. The newly-added Mayday feature on its easy-to-use operating system allows users to call for tech help anytime.

Classic Touch, courtesy Better Interiors, Wristy Fitness, Family Tablet, Burning Good, 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 21 March, 2014 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)

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