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Bombtrack Multix Tool

The Multix Tool by Bombtrack is an everyday cycling companion, and is small enough to be mounted beneath your seat, backing you up when you truly need a fix. The multitool is made of 45C steel and packs everything you’ll need to get you out of almost any bike breakdown, a 5,6mm hex bit, a 14,15mm open wrench, a lockring tool as well as a spoke tool. Available as a single tool, or with a handy leather carrying case that is also outfitted with some tire levers and patches.



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Analogue NT Mini

Analogue NT Mini is a new console launched by Analogue that enables you to play every original NES and Famicom games of years ago, but with Hi-Fi sound and HD image. The revival market is hot right now and who doesn’t like to remember the glorious days of old gaming sessions when we were kids? Could you think of a more fun way to spend some time gaming along with this old console that´s got some high tech of now? Wireless controls, quick to respond, HDMI output and ...
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TRACE | ACTIVITY MONITOR FOR ACTION SPORTS | Image

TRACE | ACTIVITY MONITOR FOR ACTION SPORTS

If you´re a runner or cyclist you´ll find great tools and apps to track your activity and monitor your progress, but nothing similar exists for action sports. That is why a Los Angeles-based startup called ActiveReplay created Trace, a small, light, and durable advanced piece of action sports technology. It is designed to attach to your surfboard/skateboard/snowboard/skis and gather data including speed, distance, jump height and rotation. Trace comes with three app...
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CRAFTSMAN FLEX CLAW HAMMER

The Craftsman Claw Flex Hammer is a two in one tool, an improved hammer and an adjustable pry bar. Light yet powerful, this tool was well thought because of its guiding system that enables you to fix a nail with only one hand, simply set the nail directly on the hammer (it stays in place because of the magnetic force) and just pound away; the pry bar may also be adjusted – it has 4 different positions - thus boosting up the leverage force you may apply on it. Plus, ...
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