39mm Pelagos

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The Pelagos is a serious dive watch made by Tudor for serious applications. I’ve always loved their clean aesthetic and their “tool watch” finishes, but I’ve never been keen on their large case. That all changes today… Introducing the 39mm Pelagos. In my mind, it’s the perfect modern dive watch.

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Batch #003

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I love this idea. It’s basically just a simple folder with an interchangeable blade and a bit driver. If something like this ever hit critical mass and replacement blades were available everywhere, this would be the ultimate EDC.

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REEF Visor Panel

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I have one of these in my truck and have to admit that’s it’s hard for to overstate how handy it is…

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Lumina Desk

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The Lumina is a height adjustable desk with a built in OLED screen capable of running things like Google Calendar, the weather, etc… And it’s pretty smartly designed. The one main drawback that will lead to its failure? The screen is not touch enabled – forcing the user to use a mouse and keyboard for interaction. Ohh… that and it’s probably going to be very expensive.

Basically, this a great idea… but, in my opinion, this is a great idea that you should used for inspiration to build your own using a Raspberry Pi and a touch screen.

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Bando 4.0

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Another wallet… This one uses magnets for both a clasp and a pretty innovative card ejector. My thing is this – all of these companies design wallets so concerned with card ejection and yet, I’ve never really needed that feature. I mean, in three or four years will even need cards anymore?

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BAIT x Unimatic Quattro

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Over the last couple of years, BAIT has been responsible for some of the wildest collabs in the watch world. This watch done with Unimatic is another such example. Perfect case, simple face, military hands… just over $500.

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Das Keyboard MacTigr

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Das just released their all metal flagship keyboard for the Mac called the MacTigr. Looks like it’s gonna run around $230 with standard Cherry MX switches. Dedicated volume knob is what makes it…

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The Manx 2.0

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Meyers Manx dune buggies are coveted bits of dune hardware that haven’t been made in over 60-years. Now, they are back… and all electric. Two models are available – the 20kWk (150 mile range) and the 40kWh (300 mile range).

I’m mostly concerned about weight. A proper dune buggy is light by necessity and batteries are heavy as hell…

No word on price yet.

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