Garmin’s brand-new Edge 1000 ($700) has been hailed as the world’s most advanced cycling computer. After a month of test riding, does it live up to the hype?
Your bike's computer, now nicer than yours
iRobot's Scooba 450 is WALL·E without the feelings
Pop quiz: The iRobot Scooba 450 is (a) a nice alternative to a cat, (b) going to sleep with your wife, (c) a really effective cleaning tool.
A Versatile, Affordable Solution for Wireless Audio
If you previously read our review on the Aperion Intimus 4T Hybrid SD surround sound system, then you’ll know Aperion Audio is a small company dedicated to creating quality products, at affordable prices, and backed by a customer service team that’s second to none. Understanding though that how people listen and consume music is quickly…
It Goes Against All You've Come To Perceive About Lincoln. Oh, Except For the Trunk That Will Fit Four Golf Bags And A Person.
Here at Gear Patrol’s New York branch, we do our fair share of golfing, no thanks to the tyrannical tee-time scheduling of Patrick Tuttle. The Land Rover we keep parked in midtown Manhattan does a fine job soldiering us to each week’s round. Our only hurdles being either poor traffic conditions or my refusal to…
The Mojave Preservation Spans 695,000 Acres; We Might Have Inadvertently Seen Them All
With most of the items that we review here at Gear Patrol, we strive to curate and highlight gear that’s attainable for most guys. Yes, some of it will still be ridiculous and unaffordable, but we are trying to focus on the staples. In a continued effort to attack products with our signature G.E.A.R. treatment…