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Native Union’s ACTIVE Strap for the Apple Watch combines the elegance of a leather strap with the practicality of a sports band. On the outside, the strap is made of genuine leather that’s been coated to make it water, stain and sweat resistant. The leather has an inside lining of Fluoroelastomer that feels light on your skin and allows air flow when you’re exercising. The band is available in Tan or Black. Buy it here

Ban bland from your kitchen utensil drawer with these sleek bamboo utensils with dipped colored (food-safe) handles. Durable, hard-working bamboo gets a fresh look with this fun set. Each utensil measures 12 inches in length. Set of five utensils includes one each of: spoon, slotted spoon, spatula, slotted spatula, and angled spoon.Buy it here

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Another elegant product from Native Union. DOCK is a weighted silicone dock combined with a sleek aluminum that matches the finish of an iPhone of iPad. The dock lifts your device up to optimal viewing level so you can comfortably use your device while it charges. Although it is made to hold an iPhone or iPad, it can be used to charge any lightning device, including Apple TV remote, Magic Mouse, Trackpad or Keyboard. Buy it here

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Get immersive full 360-degree sound from the Libratone ZIPP speaker. This wireless speaker allows you to play music in one room or multiple rooms by connecting up to 6 ZIPP speakers. With WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, it’s super easy to connect the device of your choice and enjoy your music wherever you are. You can natively connect Spotify Connect, AirPlay (iOS) and DLNA (Android). ZIPP offers up to 10 hours of playtime. Available in 2 sizes and 4 colors. Buy Now

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Aphra Behn, first female professional writer. Sojourner Truth, activist and abolitionist. Ada Lovelace, first computer programmer. Marie Curie, first woman to win the Nobel Prize. Joan Jett, godmother of punk. The 100 revolutionary women highlighted in this gorgeously illustrated book were bad in the best sense of the word: they challenged the status quo and changed the rules for all who followed.Buy Now