Ultimate Toys for Men par Michael Brunnbauer

Ultimate Toys for Men par Michael Brunnbauer

Titre de livre: Ultimate Toys for Men

Auteur: Michael Brunnbauer

Date de sortie: October 15, 2017

ISBN: 396171018X

Éditeur: Te Neues Publishing Company

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There are only two notable differences between toys for little boys and toys for grown-up boys: the toys get bigger with age--and more expensive. Matchbox cars give way to high-end sports cars, model boats become motorboats and sailing yachts, and the plastic wristwatch turns into a Swiss chronograph with a perpetual calendar and minute repeater. The Toys for Men series has always stayed abreast of this male drive to play; in the latest volume, we present the ultimate wish list, a selection of the most exclusive, most innovative, and most luxurious toys that men with money can buy. Of course, the list includes the classic male fantasies of Lear jets, mega- yachts, and super sports cars--the truly giant and great things that move men in the air, on water, or on land. But it also includes the little gadgets--from headphones and wristwatches to SLR cameras--that make tech-loving men's hearts beat a little faster. We also include the vices that speak to connoisseurs, like that special bottle of French wine, Scottish whiskey, or Cuban cigars. And last but not least, we include one of the greatest luxuries of all: having a product tailored to you and you alone, bespoke-style. But we're not just talking about custom- tailored suits. Cars, golf clubs, skis, nearly everything today can be customized to suit your particular tastes. If you're searching for the ultimate toys for the gentleman who has everything, you'll hit pay dirt here. Because as philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche already knew, "There is a child hidden in every man: and it wants to play."