The SLADDA bike from IKEA.
Naim Audio's Mu-so Qb
FlipBelt's Reflective Belt.
FlipBelt's Million Mile Light.
FlipBelt's Reflective Belt.
FlipBelt's Million Mile Light.

Indulgences: Toys

H&D curates the latest gadgets and more

TWO-WHEELING IT  Winner of a Red Dot Design Award, IKEA’s lightweight aluminum SLADDA bike was created with city residents and a healthy, sustainable lifestyle in mind. With a rust- and oil-free belt drive, the unisex bike is low-maintenance and can be tricked out with such handy accessories as a trailer for hauling groceries and a bike bag that morphs into a backpack. Assembly required. From $499. ikea.com

HIGH-VOLUME SOUND  UK-based Naim Audio has unveiled the Mu-so Qb. This compact, eight-inch-square speaker is a giant in terms of sound. The 300-watt system boasts five drivers, tweeters with microfiber domes and two pistonic bass radiators working with a custom woofer to create surprising depth of sound. WiFi- and Bluetooth-enabled, it can stream audio from any source. $900; naimaudio.com

NIGHT LIGHTS  Road warriors out after dark can illuminate their path and stay safe this spring with FlipBelt’s Million Mile Light. Solely powered by the motion of the user, it creates 200 meters of visibility. The company’s Reflective Belt, which can carry phones, keys and cards, is made with ultra-reflective 3M materials to keep runners and walkers aglow. $20 and $33, respectively; flipbelt.com