iFi Audio GO Link

iFi Audio GO Link


If you love listening to music but always feel like your headphones aren’t delivering the same high-quality sound that the original studio recordings do, then iFi Audio might just have the perfect little listening companion for you. The GO Link is designed to transform your audio quality and enhance every listening experience.

QDOS PowerLink Combi

QDOS PowerLink Combi


The QDOS PowerLink Combi provides an all-in-one hub system for your all charging, data transfer, audio and card reading needs. Designed to cut down on the excessive need for multiple different wires with different ports or adapters to make them work, the PowerLink Combi does it all, all whilst seamlessly charging your MacBook.

Pokémon Pikachu Wireless Charger

Wireless chargers are suddenly all over the place, and if your devices are compatible, they’re a seriously convenient way to charge them. Whilst we’re spoilt for designs, there aren’t many as cute as this Pikachu! Laying on her front, your smartphone charges on Pikachu’s back by resting it on her tail. This is a fun Pokémon tie-in, putting Pikachu’s electrical powers to good use by keeping your phone battery topped up! Her cheeks even illuminate to let you know when your phone is charged, which is a nice little attention to detail.

iStorage datAshur Personal²

The iStorage datAshur Personal², a USB 3.0 flash drive available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB and comes with the option of personalisation with either laser etching, text and text front or laser etching logo. It couldn’t be simpler to use, simply enter your 7-15 digit pin, plug in to use, then the flash drive will automatically lock once it’s removed from your computer.

iStorage datAshur Pro 32GB

The datAshur from iStorage is a USB 3.0 Flash Drive with a choice of capacities ranging from 4GB up to 64GB with a PIN code access and military grade XTS-AES 256-bit hardware encryption – how James Bond. The datAshur Pro features a rechargeable battery allowing the user to enter a 7-15 digit PIN using the on-board keypad before connecting the drive to a USB port.