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Garmin Forerunner 305

Take your running or cycling to the next level with the Forerunner 305 GPS receiver with heart rate monitor. The Forerunner 305 is a personal training assistant with integrated GPS that provides accurate information to athletes on speed, distance and pace of training. A wireless heart rate monitor enables the user to continuously monitor physical effort. Includes training center software, which allows users to download workout data for a detailed analysis and provides online mapping & route sharing.

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Dual Snowboards gives users a freedom never possible with a regular snowboard. Dual is basically a snowboard cut in half and attaches to each foot independently, bringing users a more exciting experience and the ability to conceptualize new tricks. Another great advantage is the mobility factor, with dual snowboards you can walk around thanks to the two piece design. source ...
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Fingersurfing is another fun project on Kickstarter. The idea, developed by two Danish surfer brothers was conceived on the backseat of a car during long surfing trips. The brothers passed time sticking their hand out the window and surfing the wind with different flat objects like pea pods under their fingers. They imitated surf moves and with time and experience became "pro finger surfers". The brothers have now took the concept and developed the model designs and...
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Feel like sinking into a deeply relaxed state? Float is a water therapy product, focusing on a deep and relaxing water experience, and working on both physical and mental renewal. Born in Iceland, a country with a rich bathing culture, Float consists of a Float cap and a pair of two floating aid straps that can be attached to legs for the perfect floating experience. After a floating- session you regain a sense of clarity, it helps reduce the effects of stress, aids...
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