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Ciroc X Casio G-shock Breathalyzer Watch

We have featured many original and crazy gadgets, a Pepper Spray iPhone Case, a Bluetooth Talking glove, now Casio has teamed up with Ciroc Vodka for a Breathalyzer Watch! The watch features a built-in breathalyzer and will display your blood alcohol level on the watch´s face, alerting the user for responsible drinking. The watch will be available in three colors at Casio G-Shock retailers from August. via



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OAKLEY CLIFDEN MOUNTAINEERING SUNGLASSES | Image

OAKLEY CLIFDEN MOUNTAINEERING SUNGLASSES

Oakley have introduced their first-ever mountaineering sunglasses - The Clifden. The sleek model has a classic mountaineering frame, and combines the latest optical technologies and an array of modular components for additional protection against the elements. Features include side shields and a bridge blocker for eye protection from wind and glare, and an integrated stainless steel leash so these never get lost. The lenses, which feature Oakley´s contrast-enhancing...
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POCKET DUMP: FEBRUARY 2020

"Pocket Dump" is our monthly roundup series of EDC (Everyday Carry) items. These items are carried on a consistent basis to assist in dealing with normal everyday needs of modern society, including possible emergency situations. Every guy could use a little more gear in his pockets, so this month we have rounded up the ultimate guide to EDC essentials for the modern and discerning gentleman. Product details below....
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iBeat Heart Watch

The iBeat Heart Watch can save your life. The sleek smartwatch can detect when you´re going into cardiac arrest and alert first responders in the event of emergency. Under the hood of the watch are optical sensors that continuously track a users´ heart rate, along with pulse strength, blood flow, and changes in oxygen. It then uses artificial intelligence-based algorithms to constantly analyze data gathered from its user, and, if these are considered to be unsafe, i...
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