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Windward | Iphone App For Sailors

Windward is an iPhone app for sailors, with Windward checking tide data has never been easier. You can access detailed data within a few taps. The app features a tide meter for hourly tide data, an Anemometer that reports current wind speed, and air/water temperature for up-to-the-minute temperature readings. Available at the App Store




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SAMSUNG GEAR 360 | Image

SAMSUNG GEAR 360

Samsung Gear 360 aims to charter new territory by hopping on to the most recent image category: the 360š cameras. This new device uses a dual lens system that features a 15MP sensor on each one of them, capturing high quality stills and video images. Itīs small and portable, and you can pair it with the S7 and S7 edge series and enjoy its full potential with the VR headset. Itīs also dust and splash resistant so youīll be able to take it with you on your outdoor adv...
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POV KIT | BY PEAK DESIGN

P.O.V. Kit by Peak Design is an ultra-versatile video mount that transforms your backpack strap, belt or strap-like object into a mount for any GoPro or point-and-shoot camera, and allows you to take amazing POV footage. Includes a J-Arm adapter for GoPro and a point-and-shoot adapter. watch the video Note: this product works along with the Capture Camera Clip - sold separately...
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GRIFFIN HELO TC HELICOPTER | CONTROLLED BY IPHONE | Image

GRIFFIN HELO TC HELICOPTER | CONTROLLED BY IPHONE

The well-known accessories brand for apple products, Griffin, decided to create a new "toy" that will surely make the delight of many people. The Helo TC, is a helicopter controlled remotely by an iDevice, such as an iPhone, iPod or iPad. It comes with a free application. The Helo does not use Wi-Fi like other similar products do, it uses a small radio transmitter that is embedded in a fixture that fits onto your device. Watch the awesome commercial video. via Gadge...
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