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Apple Watch Survivor Glass

Where you go, your Apple Watch goes too, like your right-hand man, and its actually pretty durable. However, the Apple Watch is still a wrist-based watch, which means it’s susceptible to damage from scrapes and scratches. Most protective options are bumpers and cases that are both cumbersome and bulky. At just 0.5 mm thin, the Survivor Glass by Griffin is a curved, tempered glass screen that goes on easy and practically disappears. Compatible with Apple Watch Series 1, 2 & 3, and available in 38mm and 42mm.



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CRKT Fulcrum 2

Oregon-based CRKT Knives teamed up with knife designer Russ Kommer to create the sleek, carbon-handled Fulcrum 2, a very nice every day knife that puts classic looks and new technology into a modern-era folder. The CRKT Fulcrum 2 features a unique frame-flick opening system where you use your thumb to open it (one-hand closing is also fast and easy), and a textured carbon fiber handle that keeps things lightweight and strong, while looking great in the closed positi...
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BLUETOOTH ENABLED FOOTWEAR | BY LECHAL

Lechal are a recent tech company that believe technology should integrate into ones life without the hassle of a being a device. With this in mind they have introduced the Interactive Haptic Footwear line, with a Bluetooth enabled shoe and an insole available for pre-order. The smart footwear interacts with your smartphone giving you endless possibilities at your feet, you can set your destination and receive vibratory feedback showing you the way to go, set fitness...
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Nike Daybreak SP

After 30 Years, Nike has brought back its iconic Daybreak silhouette. The Nike Daybreak was a revolutionary running shoe when it debuted in 1979 due to its lightweight nylon and suede upper construction. The new models have the same construction, the upper consisting mostly of nylon with suede paneling, which then rests on a simple foam midsole and a black rubber waffle outsole. Nike have even gone the distance and sourced accurate coarsely-woven shoelaces to comple...
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