Buyandship Top Picks: Drop New Arrivals Under US$100

Drop is more than just a platform; it is a company that believes in designing products differently. What makes it so unique is that Drop taps into data and insights from its users and apply them to its curated product selection and exclusive designs.

While exploring Dropyou’ll find a variety of interesting products at various price points. That said, a great product doesn’t always mean it has to be over the top or expensive. In our latest Buyandship Top Picks, we’ve curated a list of Drop New Arrivals Under US$100 — all of which are priced lower than their original prices.

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Sabbat X12 Ultra TWS Bluetooth 5.0 IEM | US$40

The Sabbat X12 Ultra is a true-wireless IEM designed for today’s travelling listener. Great for commutes, errands, and workouts, the X12 Ultra is both lightweight and long-lasting.



Hugo Boss Foldable Sunglasses | US$55

Built sturdy and styled for timeless appeal, these Hugo Boss sunglasses feature a foldable design to optimise portability. A versatile black frame and black lenses make matching easy, and a slim wayfarer-inspired frame creates a look that’s both classic and modern.



Propper Bail Out Tactical Bag | US$29

Not only first responders appreciate a good bail-out bag. Armed with plenty of pockets, this 600D polyester bag is an excellent companion in the field or on the commute.



BGVP DMG IEM | US$99

Featuring four balanced armatures and two dynamic drivers per ear, the BGVP DMG IEM competes closely with the FiiO FH5 in both driver layout and looks. It’s made the rounds on Head-Fi’s discovery thread and aims for an ergonomic design with excellent noise isolation and comfortable long-term wear.



CCCP Sputnik-1 CP-7002 Quartz Watch | US$84

CCCP’s Sputnik-1 CP-7002 timepiece is designed in Russia with an aesthetic that harkens back to the 1960s Space Race. Look behind them and you’ll see subtle geometric engravings that call to mind latitude and longitude markings on a globe—or perhaps a symbol of a supernova.