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Zero1 VICIS at werd.com

Zero1 VICIS

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Fact is, the game of football can turn brains into oatmeal. Which makes that college scholarship much harder to utilize after graduation day. With that in mind, neurosurgeons & engineers at Vicis worked together to create a new helmet design that mitigates impact on the brain. The shell uses an omni-directional columnar structure to reduce both linear & rotational forces.

BlackNet at werd.com

BlackNet

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BlackNet is the first portable basketball net that installs (and uninstalls) in just seconds, turning that hoop with the missing or neglected net into a legit basket. Made of soft, composite foam, it pops easily into the rim & back out when you’re done.

Garmin Forerunner 630 at werd.com

Garmin Forerunner 630

The wi-fi enabled Forerunner 630 is the most advanced and connected runner’s watch that Garmin has ever made.  It tracks stride length, ground contact time balance, vertical ratio, lactate threshold, stress score and performance condition, plus standard metrics like pace, speed, distance, time, calories burned, and sleep. Works with ANT+HR monitors as well.

Wilson X Connected Basketball at werd.com

Wilson X Connected Basketball

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This smart basketball from Wilson tracks your stats. Inside, there’s a Bluetooth radio, low-power processor, and three-axis accelerometer that uses algorithms to track your baskets and bricks. Unlike other smart basketballs, the X Connected ball never needs a recharge; its battery is good for 100K shots or about 2 years of heavy use.

Speedo Shine by Misfit at werd.com

Speedo Shine by Misfit

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Misfit’s Speedo Shine is the world’s first activity tracker designed for swimmers. Inside the lightweight, aircraft grade aluminum case, motion-sensing algorithms track lap count and distance no matter what stroke you swim. It also works on land tracking walking, running, cycling, & sleep.