From a solar-charged mega-powerbank to a designer alarm clock
You can flip through our money-is-no-object round-up of the best gadgets anywhere over here, but sometimes it's better to dream slightly smaller. These are the kinds of daydreams that end with an actual gadget, rather than pining for that £800 boutique toothpaste-squeezer which, while handy, would represent a fairly gigantic misplacement of priorities if you ever actually bought it.
No, this is for the everyday luxuries and surprisingly useful bits and pieces which will turn into the sort of thing you'll point out to a friend in the near future and describe as having "paid for itself". That's the absolute peak of gadget-buying, right there.
And why £42? Why not. Why the bloody hell not.