A smart watch without GPS would be pretty dumb, so of course the Ambit3 Peak from Suunto has one built-in. It also tracks speed, pace, & distance plus it has features like a compass, altimeter, weather info, & heart rate monitor—even while swimming. And linked to your iPhone with the Movescount App, you can share your watch data instantly.
Dremel has made the leap from rotary tools into the third dimension with their IdeaBuilder personal 3D printer. Made for beginners and experts alike the enclosed desktop printer outputs at a resolution of 100 microns using PLA filament. Dremel’s partnership with AutoDesk means print-ready models and online design tools are also in the works.
Sometimes a little says a lot. Like with this minimalist steel-framed, wood-top table. It is offered in 3 sizes with an assortment of wood choices and frame colors. Simple and clean.
This compact camera boasts a 24-75mm Leica zoom lens, a large Micro Four Thirds sensor and has a full aperture control ring and dedicated shutter speed control dial making it easy to switch from automatic to full or partially manual modes as needed. And yes, this one captures 30fps, 4k video.
Vintage reinterpretations are apparently a thing. And they’re the specialty of British menswear designer Nigel Cabourn, the man behind the new C.C. Filson line, a collection of “classic American outdoor gear” fusing Gold Rush-era materials with modern design sensibility. Yes, really.
Disguised as a compact Marshall half stack, the 200-watt Woburn speaker features classic Marshall design details & high-powered sound plus Bluetooth connectivity, 3.5mm & RCA inputs, and an optical input for linking up with your TV and other entertainment devices.
Detroit Watch Company has created three limited-edition timepieces for their debut collection. The 1701, The Pride of Detroit Aviator, and the Woodward all celebrate the history of the city where they’re assembled and feature premium materials and Japanese and European movements.
It’s built to look like Grandpa’s rangefinder from the 60s but the new Fujifilm X30 features a super-sharp OLED viewfinder and a super-fast .005-second lag. Other upgrades over the last model include better battery life and wi-fi connectivity that enables remote smartphone shooting.
It’s no mistake that the faces of Autodromo watches look like the speedo in a vintage sports car. That’s the inspiration for this Italian brand. Their new Stradale is a 40mm automatic featuring a Japan-made Miyota 9015 automatic movement and clean, 2-level minimalist dials.
Stripped of standard control dials and electronic viewfinder in favor of a touchscreen interface, the new A5100 from Sony is small and light featuring a A 24.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and a super-fast autofocus system to clearly capture moving subjects at full speed with no lag.