What We Want – No. 2: Spring All the things we'd buy if words like “budget” and “responsible” weren't in our vocabulary. Orient Bambino 4, $195 / Like that belt? You can make one just like it with our leather belt DIY! Senz “Smart” Stormproof Umbrella, $65 – Aerodynamically engineered to withstand weather up to 63 miles per hour. They maxed out wind tunnels and even jumped out of an airplane while designing it. Honda African Twin, $13,000 Suit Supply Hudson Brown Check Wool, Linen, Silk Blazer, $499 Jackson Wayne American-made full grain leather briefcase, $399 Grant Stone Goodyear welted Suede, $320 Benchmade Crooked River drop point knife, $195 Lamy 2000 fountain pen, $116 – Considered to be one of the finest fountain pens at the $100 price point. (image source) Norco Optic carbon frame bike, $3,799 Tagsmith leather money clip wallet, $54 – American tanned bridle leather with a nickel-plated spring bar money clip West Elm Axel Leather Sofa, $1,999 Garmin Fenix 5S advanced activity tracker, $649 J.Crew Snorkel Jacket, $235 J.Crew Italian stretch chino jacket, $298 / pants, $158 REI Quarterdome tent, $349 1972 Triumph Spitfire, $9,000+ (photo source) This apartment 😭 Andrew Snavely Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. What We Want Tyler Hey Andrew, Great list… perhaps you could do a get the look for less piece of the apartment pictured in the last photograph. I have been looking to find a replica of the table pictured for some time now. Thanks, Tyler Toro if you know the make and model, I might be able to assist Mike Ok, I’ll bite. I am interested also. Please let me know. Del Johnston See my reply just above. Hope this helps. Del Johnston Doing a quick 30 second search on google images landed me here: https://blog.westelm.com/2017/05/08/a-modern-industrial-salt-lake-city-loft/ And that led me to the designer. Here is her instagram post. You may be able to ask her about the table directly: https://www.instagram.com/mabea_design/ Scroll through her feed until you find the table photo. Monty B Kind of disappointed in this series. Part of the draw of your magazine for me is the lack of simple catalogues of stuff to buy. Even giving a simple why for each item would improve this article immensely, otherwise I can get the same experience reading GQ or just browsing Amazon. Love everything else about your site, though! Toro would be great to evolve this so that it also has a more affordable option for each piece http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Hey Monty! The intention of this series is to just have a fun place for us to include things that are too expensive or wouldn’t make sense to include elsewhere. That’s ok if it’s not for you! 🙂 Mark Hancheroff As the proud owner of a 1976 Triumph Spitfire, I can tell you that unless the one you showed was Museum Quality, you are paying about double the cost for a nice one. at about $4500, you can get a very good car. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3c8ed0036a308ebac23629469f9aaa8d9fa76baeeeb284e6b9a12a7a1ef15c26.jpg http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew That’s great to hear! I was basing this off of online available models I could find. How do you like it as an owner? Does it require a lot of upkeep? I have a ’78 Corvette that treats me pretty well after putting some money into it (only because I had no idea what I was doing when I bought it). Mark Hancheroff You have to shop through local clubs. Also http://www.triumphexp.com is a good online source for enthusiasts. I love the car. it’s very easy to work on, fun to drive, and good looking. Mine has a few dents, but mechanically works great. You do have to learn a bit about British cars, as they can be particular about types of oil, etc depending on model. but once running well, the upkeep is pretty easy. Just remember: if it’s not leaking, it’s empty. Eric L Orient makes some fantastic watches. I got my Ray II new on Amazon for about $200, and I feel like it was an awesome bargain for a quality automatic dive watch (if you don’t want to drop thousands on an Omega or Rolex). Scott That Bambino is so sexy. I have the cream face/blue dial version and absolutely love it.