Titan has launched the Compass watch under the Orion collection. This watch comes equipped with dual time, a retrograde 24-hour counter, a retro-date counter and a multi-layered press patterned dial. It is available at prices starting from Rs 10,500 and in three different versions: Gold plating with leather strap, steel plating with leather strap and rose gold plating with leather strap. The watches are available in all World of Titan showrooms and select multi-brand outlets.

No arm-twisting

Victorinox is launching a new travel gear collection named Spectra. With its 360-degree manoeuvrability, Spectra would ensure minimal strain on the arms. It is equipped with a bag tracking programme to make finding it easy if it gets lost. It is priced Rs 12,000 onwards and is available at all major departmental stores.

Nature's design

Pergo is introducing a new, patented design feature called Natural Variation. Decors vary from light blonde oak to dark coffee, with grey and taupe in between. The planks are available in 1288 x 195 x 9mm and are priced at Rs 195 per sq. ft.

Heat and eat

Samsung Electronics has launched the CE73JD, its new convection microwave oven series with a ceramic coating on the inside. Available in 21 litres capacity, it is equipped with Samsung's Triple Distribution System (TDS) technology that distributes the waves across the dishes evenly to ensure that the food is perfectly cooked. It has a child lock safety feature and comes in two colour variants – Black and Red Floral which are priced at Rs 10,530 and Rs 11,640 respectively.

New & improved

Sony India has added to its Walkman MP3 player range with the new NWZ- B170 series which comes in a new design and claims to enhance the audio experience with the Bass Boost button. The new models have a built-in lithium-ion battery. They are available across all Sony centres and other major electronic outlets. NWZ-B173 costs Rs 3,990 (4GB) while NWZ-B172 costs Rs 2,990 (2GB).