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Get Sense, Take Back Your Sleep

Sense promises you a simple system that tracks sleep behavior, monitors the environment of your bedroom and reinvents the alarm. It was created to be simple, uncomplicated and useful. Sense is the first system that combines the insight of your sleep patterns with the data of the environment in your bedroom, including noise, light, temperature, humidity and particles in the air. With Sense’s Smart Alarm, it can even wake you up in the morning at the right point in your sleep cycle, to avoid that groggy feeling that makes you want to kill the first person you see. All easily available Read More

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$99 Buy

Xiaomi Fitness Band: One Wearable Worth The Try

You may know Xiaomi from its popular line of Chinese smartphones, but the company has recently thrown its hat into the wearables market with a fitness band that costs a ridiculously inexpensive $13. Known as the Mi Band, it features sensors for tracking a variety of health metrics while also acting as an alarm clock. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun premiered the band earlier this week at a live event, and from the looks of things, this is a wearable actually worth trying out, if for nothing else, the price point. Mi Band can also last 30 days on a full charge, Read More

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$13 Buy

Brogamats: Yoga Mats For Dudes

Always thought yoga was for women and wimps until I actually tried it. Then I decided that it was either still for women and wimps only and I fell in to the latter category, or it was good enough for all of us. We’ll go with the second option. And since yoga now has the inStash Man Seal of Approval, why not go all in with Brogamats? The Brogamat is a yoga mat for guys, and there are several great options other than the felled tree trunk you see above. You can also order a mat in burrito, flannel, quiver Read More

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$35 Buy

SoundSight: The Video-Audio Recording Headphones

Over the last year, I’ve really grown to love my House of Marley headphones, but as posh and top-of-the-line as those are, SoundSight has me thinking the time is right for a change. That’s because SoundSight does a lot more than just allow you to hear what’s playing. These are premium Bluetooth headphones that give you the opportunity to record video, edit, and mix your music to share with the world, all hands-free. You can tap or use voice to record, then stream it to someone in real time. It also plays nice with a variety of third-party applications providing Read More

$349 Buy

Cycling Ride Pouch: Direct Smartphone Access With None Of The Distraction

With the Cycling Ride Pouch, you riders no longer need to stop and remove your smartphone to access MapMyRide or check a quick text. WaterField Designs enters the cycling market with the introduction of this handy smartphone accessory featuring a leather wallet-like biking toolkit with a clear smartphone window. The Cycling Ride Pouch is sized to fit perfectly into a cycling jersey pocket. The Pouch design was inspired by the Velominati cycling collective’s Rule #31, stating that “Spare tubes, multi-tools and repair kits should be stored in jersey pockets.” WaterField kicked it up a notch by adding slots for your Read More

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$69 Buy

The Outdoor Strider: A Great Indoor Workout, Even Outdoors

This exercise machine is designed to withstand the elements and provides a low impact workout outdoors. The strider possesses a sturdy steel frame, stainless steel hardware, and an exterior coating that resists rust, corrosion, chips, and UV discoloration. It’s a weather-resistant build enabling a joint-friendly cardiovascular workout in the fresh air and sunshine, an environment that researchers have found encourages longer and more satisfying exercise sessions. Simply place your feet on the pedals and hold the handgrips, gliding legs back and forth to work the lower body without stressing the joints. Using the rotating handlebars, which swing back and forth Read More

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$600 Buy

GoTenna: No Service, No Problem

Ever caught yourself in a crowded college football stadium, wanting to make that text to the girl you’re dating but unable to because of the natural data clog that 50,000 people jam-packed together can cause? Me, too! Luckily there’s now the GoTenna — motto: No Service? No Problem. — and it’s pretty friggin’ sweet. Using the GoTenna’s Bluetooth capability, you can simply pair the device to your smartphone. From there, you’re able to use low frequency radio waves to create messages, share your location, and enjoy end-to-end encryption with self-destructing communications. (Sorry, NSA, even though you probably know a way Read More

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$150 Buy

Laser Illuminating Binoculars: See Life Coming, Day And Night

The Laser Illuminating Binoculars will light up subjects in the dark over 150 yards away with a diffused, wide-angle laser. At 532nm, the green laser generates an ever-widening cone of light that spots subjects in complete darkness: at 30 feet away, it provides a 24-inch diameter spot while at 164 feet away, it highlights subjects with a 13-foot diameter spot. Equally useful during the daytime, the binoculars’ 32mm objective lenses produce a 294-foot field of view at 1,000 yards, and they have multi-coated lenses and a roof prism system, providing 8X magnification and sharp contrast at any distance. Other features Read More

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$200 Buy