S.T.Dupont Releases New Collection of 007-Themed Accessories

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A new collection of 007-themed S.T.Dupont accessories has hit the market via the Davidoff online store as well as Davidoff of Geneva — since 1911 retail locations.

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The French accessories maker has released several new cigar accessories and related items that bear the 007 logo, headlined by a limited edition collectors set that includes a Line D pen, lighter, cigar cutter, cufflinks and an extra roller nib. The accessories are packaged in such a way that pays tribute to Bond’s Walther PPK, with only 400 sets produced, each priced at $5,660.

Also in the line are two styles of the Ligne 2 lighter, one in pale gold ($1,826) and the other in black lacquer ($1.965). Each lighter is limited to 1,962 pieces, a number that celebrates the year of release of the first James Bond movie, Dr. No.

For those who prefer a torch lighter, the single-flame MiniJet is being offered in PVD gold or matte black finishes, each priced at $200.

To complement the lighters, a cigar cutter is also being offered in gold guilloche, priced at $404.

Rounding out the collection is the Line D pen, which is also getting several new finishes: the fountain pen is being offered in gold ($1,826) or black lacquer ($1,956). The rollerball version of the pen also gets the gold ($1,541) and black lacquer ($1,683), as does the ballpoint, with the gold priced at $1,401 and the black lacquer offered for $1,541.

While the initial launch includes most of the pieces, the full collection is expected to be available by early fall.

Images courtesy of S.T.Dupont/Davidoff of Geneva USA.

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