Bentley thinks it’s Christmas, launches official collection for the holiday season

Bentley is one of them, and in case you forgot, apart from making some of the most luxurious cars on the planet, they also have some side business. From teddy bear scarves, scale models, wallets, blankets, golf accessories, water bottles, clothing and more, their new Christmas collection has them all, and more.

So, if you just can’t live without seeing their logo on various products consistently, then this stuff is probably what the doctor ordered. Best of all, you don’t have to own a real Bentley to enjoy the many accessories the British brand has launched, and you don’t need to be loaded either, as the cheapest among them have double digit price tags.

So what does the official Bentley collection include? Well, we’ll start with the most expensive item on the list, which is a Diana B handbag. It costs £ 2,500 (or $ 3,450) in the UK and is described as “a timeless piece that will stand the test of time.It is named after pioneering aviator Diana Barnato Walker and can be offered in Beluga or Rich Plum calfskin and lambskin and lambskin nappa leather, with metal elements and cross stitched handles; don’t let the woman see it if you don’t plan to spend that much on her gift.

The second most expensive item on the list is the Naim for Bentley Mu-So Special Edition. It costs £ 1,799 ($ ​​2,483) and it’s a wireless speaker that’s compatible with music streaming services including Spotify and Tidal, and can be used via Bluetooth, Chrome Cast, or Apple AirPlay 2. It’s available for shipping to Europe, US, and Canada only, and features copper accents, lacquered wood, and a lattice pattern surrounding the volume dial.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, you’ll find a reusable mug for £ 10 ($ 14) that can hold 330ml of liquid and is microwave and dishwasher safe. It is decorated with the Bentley logo and can be offered in one of three different colors available. The travel flask and winged mug will set you back £ 30 ($ 41) and £ 27 ($ 37) respectively, and for the water bottle you’re considering an additional £ 30 ($ 41).

A Continental GT3 pull-back toy car is also part of the collection, and it doesn’t cost an arm or a leg. It’s listed at £ 15 ($ 21), while for the Bentayga V8 1:43 scale model you’ll have to pay £ 100 ($ 138). The Bentley Balance Bike is available for £ 450 ($ 621) and the 6-in-1 Trike is a bargain of £ 395 ($ 545).

Other items that can be found on Bentley shelves include the Golf Glove and Umbrella, for £ 35 ($ 48) and £ 70 ($ 97) respectively. A selection of luggage holds its place in the online catalog, as well as polo shirts and polo shirts for men and polo shirts for women. Wallets, purses, blankets and even ties and work bags are all sold by the British company. All prices include taxes and are RRP for the UK market.

So, after looking at the very extensive gallery of images published by Bentley that details these products, and then some, what is your favorite article? Since we are all united by the gasoline bug, I’ll say the most interesting by far is the Bentayga scale model, but again those bags and mugs and even the tricycle and bike meant for the little ones seem very attractive too, wouldn’t you say?

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