Colorware have expanded the range of products they offer for customisation yet again, by adding yet another high end pair of branded headphones, Leica's latest digital compact, and, establishing their newest range, household appliances, the infamous kitchen aid mixer.
The Leica is available both to purchase as a complete unit starting from £750, and increasing to a maximum of £1200 depending on colour options, or, you can send your own in and have it customised, with prices ranging between £250, and £700, every colour can be changed, expect for bizarrely, the flash, and rather more sensibly, the buttons.
The Kitchen Aid mixer represents a new direction for Colorware, moving out of the world of geek tech, and into mainstream conventional household products, whether this will be a brief foray, or the beginning of a massive Colorware empire remains to be seen, however, the Kitchen Aid mixer is now available, at present as a single, limited edition piece, in red with black and white polka dot customisation, as a single piece, and customisation of your own is not possible, this item costs £750 per edition.
Finally, adding to the existing Colorware headphones, which currently include the Beats Pro, Studio and Solo, Sennheiser HD 800 and SOL REBUBLIC sets, they have added Bose's top range Quietcomfort 15 to their range, these are strictly available as a ready made set, whereby you pick your colours, and pay for the item, and the price ranges from £280 to £350, depending on options, all elements may be customised except the leather touches, which remain black in all cases.
These products along with many others are available now at www.colorware.com, all prices are in dollars, and Inernational shipping and customs charges will apply.