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Gerber Key Note

The new Gerber Key Note is a compact fine edge knife designed to help you deal with cutting and scrapping tasks in your daily life. The ultra compact design makes it an ideal EDC tool that you can throw in your pocket or on your keys and forget it. The tiny do-it-all knife packs a surprising amount of utility into a compact frame, it has a dual-purpose blade that caters to two separate needs, with cutting and scraping edges. It is is deployed with a starter tab and secured open with a nail nick. A removable keychain is included for added versatility depending on the carrying preference. Available in black or brown. 



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ORIS AQUIS DEPTH GAUGE | Image

ORIS AQUIS DEPTH GAUGE

We love dive watches, and are currently drooling over this gorgeous timepiece by Oris, a brand renowned for producing specialist diving watches. The Aquis Depth Gauge is the first divers watch which measures depth by allowing water to enter the timepiece through a specially milled channel in the crystal, as you descend, water pushes the gauge along. The patented system eliminates the need for electronics and sensors that can add bulk to a watch. The Aq...
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Garmin Descent MK1 Dive Computer

Garmin have introduced their first dive computer, the Descent MK1, the first watch-style dive computer with surface GPS, full-color onscreen mapping and advanced multisport features (like activity and fitness tracking). Built-in sensors include 3-axis compass, gyroscope and barometric altimeter, as well as GPS and GLONASS capability that lets you mark your dive entry and exit points for surface navigation.  You also get info on depth, dive time, temperature, ND...
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GLYCINE AIRMAN WATCH

Glycine is a Swiss wristwatch manufacturer, they became a noteworthy watch maker in the early 1950s for the introduction of their Airman model, a 24-hour watch favored by both military and commercial pilots, but also frequent travelers, thanks to the introduction of multiple time-zone watches to the market back in 1953. Now, in addition to regular local time, world time was available at a glance. The impressive and distinctive Airman line has never been absent from ...
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