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Casio Pathfinder Watches

These are casio´s swiss Army knife of watches, besides looking really good they have the watch has an endless list of features: six band atomic timekeeping, solar charging, altimeter, barometer, thermometer, tide graph, auto-light and a compass. You will never get lost again...



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DISCOMMON CARD WALLET

The Leather Card Wallet by Discommon may become an important item for your Everyday Carry, the partnership between American brand Discommon and Hong Kong based VENN industries, resulted in this sleek minimalist product. The factor that sets it apart from others on the market, is the fact that it uses seamless technology that hold all the parts together, tweed and leather included, using a thermoforming process that ensures it will hold its shape for a lifetime. It c...
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U-51 RATTRAPANTE LIMITED EDITION WATCH | BY U-BOAT | Image

U-51 RATTRAPANTE LIMITED EDITION WATCH | BY U-BOAT

This is the U-51 Rattrapante limited edition watch. Weighing 200g its quite bulky, but a very good looking timepiece. It features Sapphire glass on the face and at the back, both thick and flat with a double compression gasket fitted. The strap is rubber with alligator inset horn back, dark brown and steel tongue buckle, hand made and hand finished. Water resistent up to 120m....
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MiiR Commuter Backpack

MiiR first hit the scene with their fancy stainless steel bottles, but the company has since shifted into other products, such as bikes, and more recently bags. Their 25L Commuter Backpack is an easy access, rolltop bag with compartments for both your work and weekend gear. Built from wear-resistant 630D nylon with DWR (durable water repellent) finish, the clean, functional looking backpack features a quick access top zipper, bike light loop and a 15” padded laptop ...
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