Parsifal Day-Date comes has a black and white dial, a see-through case back attached with sapphire crystal.
Tango Spirit comes with 36 diamonds and is available in colours like red, orange, white and blue. Don Giovanni Two Times Zones from Raymond Weil comes with a GMT function and a system of gears to control the two time-zones.
The Don Giovanni Cosi Grande Jewellery watch weighs nearly six carats and is adorned with 36 baguette-shaped diamonds.
Music in jewellery
Adora Diamond Jewellery has launched it's fresh Swaranjali range of jewellery, a signature collection conceptualised by playback singer Lata Mangeshkar.
The range features, among others, a necklace and earrings set priced at Rs 23 lakh. Each jewellery piece in the collection has been approved by Lata Mangeshkar and bears her laser-imprinted signature.
Glitter and more
This festive season, look good in kundan and polki-designed jewellery brought out by Leela, a brand from the house of A L Jewellers.
The jewellery is a blend of European and Mughal designs and is embedded with gems, diamonds and precious stones. The festive range from Leela includes bangles, earrings, rings, necklaces and jewellery sets.
A niche brand, the collection is priced anywhere between Rs 50,000 and Rs 8 lakh.
Stacking it up
Worried about managing your precious disc collection? Breathe easy with Imation's all-new Disc Stakka CD and DVD Manager, a software that allows you to manage disc collections and contents of the disc with ease.
The Disc Stakka helps in maintaining your disc library, as it is an external storage device that also protects and manages your disc collection.
A single Disc Stakka unit can hold upto 100 discs, of all varieties of 12 cm discs. Priced at Rs 8,500 per unit, the Disc Stakka comes with a one-year hardware replacement warranty and is USB 1.1 or 2.0 compatible.
The device works on a bundled software called OpdiTracker, which creates a database of the disc content.
If you're looking for natural light without sacrificing your privacy, Holland-based company Hunter Douglas, which deals in window fashions and architectural product, may have the answer for you. It has launched Silhouette window blinds in India that will be sold under the brand name Luxaflex.
These are fabric vanes suspended between two sheer panels with vanes that can be tilted to let in the precise amount of light required.
The shades come in two vane sizes - traditional two-inch, or three-inches vanes offering better view with the help of a remote control.
The blinds are antistatic and easily cleaned with a feather brush or in warm water, and the company claims that there is no colour fading.
Hunter Douglas is a $ 2.2 billion group engaged in manufacturing and marketing of window coverings, architectural and home improvement products.