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Wear Them Well
Wearable tech is a growing and increasingly diverse market; they all track distance and calories, and most tell time. They all have their pitfalls — battery life, compatibility, reliability, size, price — but what determines the best device is your individual needs. Do you need to streamline your workflow or measure how streamlined your backstroke is? Do you need a sleek timepiece or do you dig the outright nerdy look? Weigh your responses and use our guide of the best options.
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The fitness tracker that refuses to fit in
What makes a good wearable? Comparing a laundry list of features is one way to start the conversation. The Misfit Shine proves, however, that there’s still something to be said for keeping it simple.
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An affordable cup of café
Café racers are all the rage in motorcycling today, but they’re not all affordable, especially in custom format. The vintage feel and echo of yesteryear, coupled with the unique style make for a bike that turns heads. The Cleveland CycleWerks Misfit is a stylish and very affordable café racer that looks the part without stomping…