Here comes the sun: our perfect Sommer-Gadgets

The summer is currently in top form - and we want to follow suit. With the best gadgets and must-haves for the most beautiful time of the year. Our guide for all those who still don't have the right swimsuit - or are looking for the perfect pair of sunglasses as well as the ideal entertainment.
Text Jack Weil
Photo Tony Kelly

ASKET Swim Shorts

Actually, August Bard Bringéus and Jakob Dworsky only dreamed of the perfect white T-shirt. Then the two Swedes, who met at the Stockholm School of Economics, founded the fashion label Asket and began to radically rethink fashion. Oh, and they also developed timeless swim shorts - which also (and only logically) have been improved for the upcoming summer season.

Beach-Ball-Set Frescobol

There are only two kinds of beach people: those who just lie around and those who play beach tennis near the surf. For the latter, Frescobol Carioca has designed the perfect racket. Each one is handmade, polished and glazed so that neither grains of sand nor salt water can harm it. So you can play your balls in style - and more easily ignore the fact that you're incredibly annoying to those who just want to lie on the beach.


In economics, market equilibrium refers to the development of a market in which the quantity of supply equals the quantity of demand. Well, and these Ralph Lauren sunglasses are sold out right now. But will surely come back in.

Zenith Defy Extreme Carbon

Even Aristotle from ancient Greece knew that "adventure is worth striving for." In Switzerland and at the traditional house Zenith, in turn, they know that adventure and sustainability complement each other well. Especially in the case of the "Defy Extreme Carbon Extreme E Special Edition." In concrete terms, this results in a limited edition watch to match the recent race of the off-road electric racing series in Sardinia, water resistance to a depth of 200 meters, a bracelet with recycled tire particles from the vehicles - and a housing made of titanium and carbon. That's how you leave a lasting - and sustainable impression.

rampstyle #26: "Good News"

Good news: Just ten minutes of silliness can make the whole world a happier place. And if the term framing means anything to you, you'll know anyway: the tone makes the music. The other good news? They are lurking in rows and pages of the new rampstyle. And that's exactly what you want to read in the summer.

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