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Gopro Fetch

GoPro has been fitted to helmets, surfboards, bikes, anything you can think of, and now you can get your pooch in on the action with the new GoPro Fetch dog harness. The harness is soft and padded keeping your pet comfortable and is fully adjustable to fit various dog sizes, it can be attached to the chest or to the back for a variety of perspectives. Well, at least you can finally discover what your dogs do all day while your away at work. watch the video

Also check out this roundup with some of Our Favorite GoPro Accessories




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VENTURE 30 | BY GOAL ZERO | Image

VENTURE 30 | BY GOAL ZERO

Venture 30 is the new charging kit by Goal Zero, developed for all of those who love outdoor life but just canīt give up the need for electric power to charge their portable devices. This power source can be charged up either by an USB port, which will take about 4 hrs, or by direct sunlight, using the Nomad 7 Solar Panel, included in this kit, in which case it will take twice as long. Fully charged it can provide up to 2-3 full charges for your smartphone or 1 full...
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MATADOR SURFACE

Matador first caught our attention with the Matador Pocket Blanket, a blanket that fits in the palm of your hand. Now the guys have introduced the Matador Surface, a portable and rugged work surface that turns any space into a work space, the perfect multi-tool for DIY mechanics. Made from ultra durable composite material, the Surface is gas, oil, grease resistant and 100% waterproof, it features a laser etched metric mini rule on the detachable storage strap, a bui...
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CARL ZEISS CINEMIZER 3D PLUS GLASSES | Image

CARL ZEISS CINEMIZER 3D PLUS GLASSES

The new video eyewear from Carl Zeiss is your take along personal video screen and mobile TV. In the future, youll be able to watch any movie. The special ZEISS technology guarantees unparalleled image quality on an imaginary TV screen with a 115cm (45 inches) diagonal at a distance of 2 meters (78 inches) for the cinemizer video glasses. Source...
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