Polar’s M400 is a GPS running watch that tracks and displays speed, pace, training targets, race time estimators, improvement tracking, and navigation. It’s also a 24/7 activity tracker that monitors your steps, calories burned, and sleep.
Teranishi is a new bag and accessories brand based out of wet and cloudy Vashon Island, Washington. Waxed canvas and leather trims is what they do and all their bags are made to order.
Notion is a smarthome sensor that feeds data from all the devices in your home directly to your phone. Attach a Notion sensor to a door or a light switch or the side of your grill’s propane tank or even a keg of beer, and the system will notify you of any changes that occur. A fully funded Kickstarter campaign.
All the major goggle brands offer frameless or rimless technology for a wider-angle view & improved peripheral vision. Smith’s I/07 goes a step further by adding a single-pivot quick release to their rimless frame and lens assembly making it easier to change lenses on the fly.
With Labor Day behind us, the Halloween hype-up is in full swing. So there’s this: Halloween: The Complete Collection Limited Edition Blu-ray box set. The set includes all 10 Mike Myers features plus heaps of extras including a never-released Producer’s Cut of Halloween 6.
This discreet voice-activated earbud makes hands-free calling effortless. With no wires or wraparound microphone to cramp your style it pairs simply with your device and stores safely in its charger/case.
The Voyage is the most advanced Amazon E-reader to date, featuring a next-gen Paperwhite display, upgraded Kindle software, & a feature called Page Press that automatically turns the page once you’ve read it. At 7.6mm, it’s also the thinnest Kindle yet, just a hair thicker than the iPad Air.
It’s no surprise that this smart thermostat is fully funded on Indiegogo. It’s got a clean, simple LCD touchscreen & uncomplicated controls. An app lets you control home heating, AC & energy saving from anywhere using your phone. It also connects with home automation systems like Apple HomeKit & OpenHome.
The Nintendo NES system was a gaming game-changer when released back in 1985. To celebrate 30 years, Nintendo created a limited release version of their new 3DS XL handheld made to look like the original NES controller. Available October 10.
The iPhone 6 is finally here. It’s bigger, featuring a 4.7” screen. The iPhone 6 Plus has also arrived and it’s even bigger, with a 5.5” screen. Both displays boast more pixels and updated technology, called Retina HD. Both phones also include the 50% faster A8 chip, NFC technology for the convenience of touch–to-pay, and battery life that is as good if not better than current models. Available in 16GB-128GB.