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Ressence Type 5 Dive Watch

Modern mechanical watchmakers Ressence have presented their latest masterpiece, the Ressence Type 5. This is the brandīs first dive watch, and features their trademark dial, where the case is filled with oil, creating the illusion that it is one solid dial with almost invisible connections between the parts. The oil also protects the internal pieces from pressure. The ultra-chic timepiece also offers legibility at any angle, withstands up to 10 ATM of pressure, and features super-strong blue and green luminova, a temperature gauge and a unique crown-less design that lets you adjust the entire timepiece using the caseback.



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Filson USFS Collection

Seattle outdoor outfitter Filson have teamed up with the USFS (United States Forest Service) for a limited-edition collection to raise awareness about forest fires. The capsule apparel and accessories collection features the USFSīs iconic badge on 17 items, ranging from a few bandanas, a loggers hat, to a series of Smokey the Bear branded T-shirts and of course, a couple hardwearing Tin Cloth bags, a jacket and a watch too. Watch the video below telling the stories ...
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URBAN QUIVER CAMERA BAG

The Urban Quiver is original and something different from the typical bulky(nerdy) camera bag. It has a tubular shape allowing the camera gear to be held more efficiently, if you think about it, camera gear is long and shaped like this bag. The shape of the bag makes it easy to store in small spaces and is perfect for carrying your tripod....
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FREERIDE BACKPACK FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS

This concept backpack was a Semester project by Hans Christian Berge for freeride skiers and photographers. He explored the possibilities on how to keep the photography equipment safe, and at the same time provide stability and support for the skier. We think it looks awesome, shame it isnīt in production......
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