There's a new Bond movie on the horizon, but as far as we're concerned, you can't beat the classics. In fact, you can't beat the original novels if you really want to get back to basics. Which brings us these James Bond novel Amazon Kindle cases.
The watch has been around since 1947, with the classic timepiece synonymous with James Bond in his later years/movies, when it replaced the Rolex Submariner. So, with the movies celebrating 50 years, it's no surprise to see the Omega Seamaster Limited Edition James Bond 50th Anniversary Watch appearing.
If you have a good memory, you might recall that the James Bond novels were reissued by Penguin in hardback in 2008, with specially-commissioned covers by San Francisco-based illustrator Michael Gillette. Fast forward to 2011 and those James Bond prints have finally been reissued as artworks in their own right.
The range includes mugs, book bags and deckchairs covered with the covers of some of Ian Fleming's most famous books. Though the designs have a period feel, they're actually taken from the 2002 US editions of the books and are designed by Richie Fahey.
There are six different novels to pick from for the mugs and a selection of three titles used on the bags, including the From Russia With Love design shown above. Meanwhile, you can pick from either Casino Royale or Thunderball (pictured over the page) to adorn your deckchair.
The mugs cost £8.95, the book bag costs £15.95 while the chair is available for £74.95.
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Penguin are celebrating 75 years of publishing with the Penguin Decades series. They've re-issued key novels from the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s which they claim 'helped shape modern Britain' and define the period they were released.
Each decade's books are given a distinct look with the work of a different artist. The 1950s all have covers designed by Peter Blake – including the version of From Russia with Love shown above – while the selected books from the 60s, such as A Clockwork Orange and A Kestral for a Knave, feature the artwork of Allen Jones.
Zandra Rhodes' patterns grace the cover of the selected books from the 70s, while John Squire tackles the 80s.
The books cost £7.19 each, a reasonable price for a nice bit of design and a meaty read.
Find out more from the Penguin website