SanDisk iXpand
– the USB flash drive for the iPhone and iPad
Price: $129 (32GB), $179 (64GB)

Wouldn’t you love to connect a USB flash drive to your iPhone or iPad and view and share content? Well now you can with the SanDisk iXpand which is available in 32GB and 64GB capacities. There is a regular USB plug on one end and a flexible Lightning cable that connects directly with the latest iPhones and iPads. That means you can connect it to your Mac or PC and save content before plugging the iXpand in to your iPhone or iPad to watch pictures and videos directly off the USB drive. You can also save content from the iPhone or iPad without a wireless connection or the internet. Available now from Officeworks.

Golf Buddy WT4 GPS Watch

GolfBuddy WT4 GPS Watch
– bring fashion and function to the golf course
Price: $299

The thing with golf GPS watches in the past is that design wasn’t the first priority when they were manufactured. The GolfBuddy WT4 has delivered not only on the tech side but also on the style side as well. It is sleek and thin and weighs just 65g. There are more than 40,000 golf courses pre-loaded into the device with distances, dynamic green view and hazard information viewable on the easy-to-read 1.29-inch screen. The GolfBuddy WT4 is fully waterproof and also provides automatic course and hole recognition, a digital scorecard and step counter. Just like a real caddy, the GolfBuddy WT4 can be your best friend on the course.

Blunt Umbrella

Blunt Umbrella
– the world’s first unlosable umbrella
Price: from $99

Be honest. How many times have you left an umbrella behind? Now with the new Blunt umbrellas you will never forget it ever again. That’s thanks to a partnership with a company called Tile who creates small sensors that can send an alert when it’s separated from the companion app running on your smartphone. With the Tile sensor stitched into the umbrella’s lining, the app can also be used to locate it within 30 metres and also the last known location. Blunt claims to be the world’s strongest umbrella and gets its name from the safe rounded edges on the canopy instead of the sharp points that can take an eye out.