Gadgets and apps can absolutely make life easier. But did you know there is luxury tech that can actually make your life a bit, say, fancier? If you’re in need of some extra luxury in your life, check out these apps and gadgets.
Apps for Luxury Travel
Want to attend an exclusive event, reserve elegant villas, get into the best restaurant, or book luxury yachts and private jets? Then these luxury tech travel apps will ensure you’ll keep traveling in style.
This luxury app allows you to:
- Fly on a private jet
- Design your travel routes
- Use built-in concierge service
- Make payments
Luxury tech does come at a cost. Expect to spend a small fortune using this app. But browsing and daydreaming are always free!
This platform is part of Airbnb. So, if you’ve used that app before, Luxury Retreats will look familiar. The only difference is that with Luxury Retreats, only the most palatial compounds complete with exclusive amenities will make it onto your list. With this travel app you can:
- Book an authentic experience organized by local travel experts
- Purchase vacations together with friends
- Explore luxury villas
This is one of the best luxury apps if you like swank aquatic-focused vacations. GetMyBoat has a fleet of 60,000 boats across 169 countries. And they don’t just have boats. You can also rent:
- Jet skis
For a more all-inclusive adventure out on the water, you can use GetMyBoat to book experiences like whale watching, fishing trips, and scuba diving excursions.
Apps for Luxury Shopping & Food Delivery
If you’re a luxury tech lover who takes comfort seriously, these luxury shopping and food delivery apps will be right up your alley.
Bring the cool cocktail bar vibe to your own home with Minibar. This app will deliver the best selections of beverages right to your doorstep. Depending on where you’re located, you can choose from a range of alcohols, plus mixers and snacks, to make it a night in to remember.
Don’t know the first thing about making cocktails? You’re in luck. Minibar even has a whole cocktail recipe section on their app. See one you like and add all the ingredients to your cart. Still not sure about mixology? Through Minibar you can even book a bartender.
While the food delivery app Caviar may be more well known for everyday meals, it does have a wide variety of higher-end restaurants on their delivery list.
Ordering yourself a splurge meal has never been easier. Caviar lets you choose delivery or pickup, and you can filter your results by type of food, timeframe, and price.
Packed with high-end, designer brands, Net-A-Porter is a mecca for any luxury fashion lover. You can order the latest “it” piece everyone wants in their closet from such classic brands as:
- Alexander McQueen
Or, you can just browse their gorgeous photography and stories on the latest trends. They’ll tell you what you need to know not only for clothes, but also for accessories, home furnishings, beauty, and lifestyle.
Luxury Tech Gadgets for an Active & Adventurous Lifestyle
If you love a good adventure, these luxury tech gadgets for an active lifestyle are perfect for you.
Liteboxer Fitness Bundle
You can get a private boxing gym experience with the Liteboxer Fitness Bundle. This freestanding piece of gym equipment has pads for you to practice your jabs, uppercuts, and cross punches. Lights and beats match your combinations making the workout fun.
The accompanying app also guides you through footwork and other exercises like squats, planks, and stretches for a truly complete workout.
LARQ UV Self-Cleaning Water Bottle
Whether you’re out and about or staying close to home, a foundation for good health is clean water. Enter the LARQ Bottle.
This water bottle uses UV light to clean itself and sanitize your water. Cold drinks stay chilled for up to an entire day and warm drinks remain warm for up to 12 hours.
Luxury Tech Gadgets for the Home
Even though you may already have many smart gadgets in your home, there’s always room for more. Some luxury home gadgets are made not only with smart tech, but also high-end design in mind.
Ruggie Alarm Clock Rug
Yes, you read that right, an alarm clock rug. Though it may seem like a weird combination at first, the genius of the Ruggie alarm clock is that the only way to turn it off is to get out of bed and step on it.
This smart design means you can’t just roll over and hit snooze, you actually need to get up to turn it off.
Samsung The Frame
Samsung’s The Frame looks like a regular frame, but pair it with a Samsung TV and it can take your television to the next level. When not in use, the TV displays the digital artwork of your choice, so it looks like you have a gorgeous painting hanging on your wall. With a subscription to Samsung’s Art Store, you’ll have so many works of art to choose from to customize your TV/painting at the touch of a button.
If you decide to go for a smart frame TV with art mode, or any other new TV for that matter, make sure to book a little time in your calendar for ongoing maintenance to keep it working in tip-top shape.
Plum Wine Dispenser
This home luxury tech gadget is a wine-lovers dream. It’s a countertop device that can hold two different bottles of wine at once. Use the touchscreen to choose the wine you want, then sit back as the dispenser serves you a glass. It can identify, cool, and preserve your wine so it’s ready whenever you need it.
Luxury tech gadgets and apps can be a little pricey, but sometimes a splurge here and there can make life a whole lot of fun.