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New Balance RunIQ Smartwatch

New Balance have finally entered the fitness technology game with the RunIQ Smartwatch. The company announced the Android Wear-powered device as a direct competitor to the Apple Nike+, and thanks to its collaboration with Strava, it was designed with features runners need most. Features include Built-in GPS for course tracking along with pace and distance measurement, a heart rate monitor, lap button, and interval capability. Those with Bluetooth headphones can use the 4GB of built-in storage to play tracks via Google Play Music. It is also waterproof up to 5ATM of pressure, and has up to five hours of battery life while actively using the GPS (or up to 24 hours for typical use) meaning runners can track a full marathon. watch the video below



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ALBA OPTICAL CLIP

Alba Optics rejuvenates iconic eyewear designs, adding modern technology and innovation. Their new offering is designed as an alternative solution for those who are accustomed to using contact lenses during sports but suffer from eye irritation. Designed to be fitted with a prescription lens, the Alba Optical Clip attaches to their Delta and Stratos frames using two rubber discs to attach securely to the lens without causing damage....
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EDC October 2020

In this month´s roundup series of EDC (Everyday Carry), we pick some items that are carried on a consistent basis to assist you 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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CARDSHARP 4 | HANDS-ON REVIEW

We have been big fans of the popular Cardsharp by Iain Sinclair since the very first version, now the British design house have sent us their latest updated version, the Cardsharp4 for a closer look. With only three ingenious origami style folding operations, the James Bond style credit card sized gadget converts into an elegant pocket utility tool. More details and photos after the jump. Get your CardSharp at Iain Sinclair or at Amazon...
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