The Best Luxury Tech Holiday Gift Guide for 2023
The ultimate gifts you can imagine for someone incredibly special in your life. Maybe even yourself
This year's luxury gift guide is packed with the ultimate technology devices you can wear on your wrist, take outdoors, or place and use in your home. Gold speakers, leather watches, and TVs can weather the outdoors — all of which are top-of-the-line tech devices, too. If luxury is your object, then one of these should fit your wishes.
Tag Heuer has regularly updated and improved the Connected Tag Heuer
The Tag Heuer Connected Calibre E4 Porsche Edition has a black Titanium case, a black carbon finishing leather strap, and a 1.39" touchscreen AMOLED display that can connect via Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, GNSS, and Wi-Fi. You can also turn to the crown and push buttons to move through the apps, including email, text messages, and calls, on this $2,750 luxury timepiece.
These futuristic-looking speakers, which look like they've stepped right out of "Star Wars," have 22-carat gold and titanium accents and an oval shape. The Devialet Phantom I 108 dB Opera de Paris (stereo version) connects via AirPlay, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz) to Spotify. You can also get the speaker in either mono or stereo. The stereo version speakers start at $7,598 and can reach 4500 Watts and hit 111 Decibels. You can also pick up optional pedestals too.
The $1,100 Dyson Purifier Big + Quiet Formaldehyde BP04 (Prussian Blue/Gold) is certainly a big splurge for anyone. Still, it's also a design delight, fitting neatly into any home with its attractive blue and gold finish. The latest smart air purifier can detect and destroy formaldehyde permanently. It can also remove gases, odors, allergens, and 99.97% of fine particles in the air. It's quiet (56dB) when cleaning the air and senses and reports CO2 levels in real time. This Dyson has a remote control, but you can use the MyDyson app. It also supports Alexa once connected to your Wi-Fi network. Ultimately, you get a well-designed product that looks smart and feels like it is built to last, keeping a watchful eye on air quality and then springing into life when needed.
Apple Watch 9 HermèsApple
The new Apple Watch 9 can upgrade to a Hermès silver stainless steel case and a single tour deployment buckle. The Apple Watch 9 Hermès lets you choose between five different bands and two sizes, 41mm and 45mm. This luxury Apple Watch supports both GPS and cellular and has the Hermès brand on the screen.
The LG Styler is certified by the Asthma & Allergy Foundation and the British Allergy Foundation.LG
The $1900 LG Styler removes odors and allergens and even carries certifications from the Asthma & Allergy Foundation and the British Allergy Foundation. The closet works with LG's ThinQ technology, which means you can connect to it via an app and monitor and control its progress. The LG Styler can work on almost any material from linen to leather, cashmere to sequins, and you can choose different cycle times, with the entire process taking as little as 20 minutes — the ultimate luxury.
LG SIGNATURE OLED M 97-Inch Class 4K Smart TV with Wireless 4K ConnectivityBest Buy
This 97-inch 4K OLED Smart TV is the World’s 1st OLED with 4K 120hz wireless connectivity. It's Zero Connect Box wirelessly transmits HDMI sources to the TV and includes AI Sound Pro, Dolby Vision IQ, and Dolby Atmos, plus the LG ThinQ AI. The TV even works with Google Assistant, Amazon's voice assistant, Alexa, Apple Home, and Apple AirPlay2. The fast frame rate on the LG Signature OLED M 97-inch means it's an excellent TV to play games and supports VRR or variable refresh rate. This $30,000 TV will make you feel like your living room has turned into a mini theater.
The $1,495 Mirror is, quite literally, a reflective mirror. But switch it on, and the surface becomes a display for showing workout routines and live or on-demand exercise classes. You get live-streamed and pre-recorded exercise classes at $39 a month, plus animations showing you what to do. The system also records your heart rate and calories burned. Up to six members of the same family or household can use the Mirror with their own account for no extra cost.
Called the Terrace, the new TV is available in sizes of 65 and 75 inches. Both models have an Ultra HD 4K resolution, just like the screen you might already have indoors. They also have a peak brightness of over 2,000 nits, making them brighter than indoor televisions and an anti-reflection coating. The display adjusts automatically based on ambient lighting, so there's no need to lower the brightness as the sun sets. The latest Terrace TV that works in full sun starts at $13,000 and is currently on sale on the company's website for only $9,999.99.
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