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This week’s best new buys

From tech to furniture, these are best new products to make your life a little smarter, a little sleeker and a whole lot more stylish

Your inbox is full of greymail from brands advertising their latest products – so let us cut through all the noise. Here’s the best new buys, releases, collaborations and limited-edition launches to hit the shops this week from new tech and gadgets to well-crafted pieces for your living space. Add to basket, and thank us later.

Capsulier capsule machine

Although barista-quality coffee in your very own kitchen is certainly a draw, the environmental impact of all those countless little pods is enough to put anyone off their morning espresso. Yes, you can recycle them now – but isn’t it better if they weren’t made at all? Solving this daily conundrum is the Capsulier, a clever little machine that makes Nespresso-compatible, reusable coffee capsules. Simply load it up with your choice of ground beans and a little metal stainless pod, and the machine does the rest for you. No more guilt from your morning caffeine fix.

£99, from amazon.co.uk

Jo Malone Rose & Magnolia cologne

 

Part of Jo Malone’s just-launched festive Magic & Mayhem collection, this new cologne revisits the classic rose fragrance, reimagining it as a lighter, warmer and spicier scent than is traditional. With sensuous patchouli at its base, and notes of warm amber and fresh magnolia, you’ll be reaching for this time and again.

£104 for 100ml, jomalone.co.uk

Jonathan Adler vodka decanter

 

Add some tongue-in-cheek humour to your cocktail cabinet with this vodka decanter from Jonathan Adler. Made from porcelain, and trimmed with 24-carat gold, it’ll guarantee lift off at any party. 

£150, selfridges.com

Crash Baggage Icon carry on suitcase

 

You’ve spent ages finding a suitcase that fits your needs. Then, one day, it goes and gets a bump. Or a scratch. Crash Baggage has preempted this with its unusual dented design, meaning its cases only get better with a little rough use. What’s more, its new Icon collection is made from super strong 100 per cent polycarbonate material, so you’ll ward off the more serious scrapes and bangs.

€240, crashbaggage.com

James Purdey & Sons flask

With frosty mornings just around the corner, make your commute that bit more bearable with this steel and leather flask. It’s ideal for keeping your freshly brewed coffee – from a Capsulier capsule, naturally – at optimum temperature while you trek through the cold, dark mornings.

£125, mrporter.com