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Radio Ruck Daypack | By Goruck

Very nice bag by Goruck, the Radio Ruck daypack is a simple yet fuctional rucksack with a cool military look. It features two main compartments, the main compartment with two pockets and a mesh sleeve, and a hydration bladder compartment extra reinforced to securely take a laptop next to wearer’s back. It also features a velcro rectangle on front allowing you to customize the bag with the patch of your choice.



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LIMITED EDITION BREITLING CHRONOSPACE JET TEAM WATCH | Image

LIMITED EDITION BREITLING CHRONOSPACE JET TEAM WATCH

Breitling has created this limited edition watch dedicated to the Breitling Jet Team. It´s adorned with the new team logo and with a plane representing one of the seven L-39 Albatros jets the team flies, and the bracelet is the woven steel Aero Classic. It is limited to only 1,000 watches....
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ARKTYPE DASHPACK

Looking for a small, slim-profile, functional backpack for everyday commuting and lightweight travel? The new Dashpack by Arktype is the ideal size to carry your everyday essentials, it features a rainproof exterior constructed from durable ballistic nylon, and YKK AquaGuard water-repellant zippers to keep your precious gear safely protected from the elements. Additional features include a padded laptop sleeve that fits a 15” laptop, an internal mesh pocket with con...
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Casio G-Shock Rangeman

Casio´s new G-Shock is a Solar-Powered GPS Watch! The G-Shock Rangeman features the world’s first solar-assisted GPS navigation. The GPS can provide 33 hours of navigation on just one charge, but if the battery dies, 4 hours of direct sunlight will revive the watch’s GPS for an hour. Back at home the watch recharges wirelessly on its power pad. The rugged watch also features a Triple Sensor to measure compass bearing, atmospheric pressure/altitude, and temperature. ...
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