Stuff Picks: Ferretti's yachts make their debut in Asia

We're going big this week! And also headphones and laptops we can actually afford

The Ferretti Yachts 450 (from S$1.3 million)

This has got to be the most expensive "product" we have ever included in Stuff Picks. Because we have faith that you guys will be successful millionaires one day and so we thought this will float your boat down the road.

For those who don't know, Ferretti is an Italian company that specializes in luxury motor yachts. Think Ferrari of yachts. 

They usually make medium to large yachts but their latest 450 model is a comeback in the under-50 feet range. The exterior features sleek and dynamic lines which gives the 45-footer a sporty look while the interior fuses both modern and sophistication in its design. The smart combination of woods, lacquered surfaces and fabrics will leave you wanting to redesign your own home.

In terms of speed, the 450 cruises at 25 knots and can go up to a maximum speed of 29 knots. But you can opt for a faster variation that has a cruising and maximum speed of 27 and 31 knots respectively.

The cozy environment in the yacht and scenic views off the shores of Singapore makes it the perfect place to celebrate your 21st (or 40th) birthday. If a million bucks is slightly out of your budget, you can get a private charter from Hong Seh at cheaper prices.

The Ferretti Yachts 450 will be making its debut in Asia at the Singapore Yacht Show held at ONE°15 Marina Club from 6 to 9 April.

Sony MDR-XB950N1 EXTRA BASS headphones (Pricing not confirmed but speculated to be around S$350)

When it comes to headphones some prefer clarity while others are All About That Bass. If you are part of the latter, Sony's latest headphones will get you saying "Shut up and take my money!" faster than Fry in Futurama.

The MDR-XB950N1 delivers powerful, enhanced bass response while supporting Bluetooth audio streaming and simplified connectivity with Near Field Communications (NFC) technology, making it easy to connect wirelessly. It also comes with noise cancelling that adapts to your environment and eliminates ambient sounds. So rest assured, you'll be enjoying Drake's More Life album in peace. 

And if you are that audiophile that doesn't use the casual MP3 format, you'll love the aptX & AAC codec support that ensures maximum signal quality.

In addition, if an important call comes in, you wont find yourself scrambling to reach for your phone to speak into the mic. Thanks to the integrated microphone and Bluetooth® connectivity, you can enjoy the hands-free calls wirelessly.

The MDR-XB950N1 EXTRA BASS headphones will be available at all Sony Stores, Sony Centres and selected Sony authorised dealers from April.

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