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Today in Gear: Oris’s New Aquis Dive Watch, a Vintage-Rebuild Nissan Skyline and More
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Oris Aquis Date
For many years, watchmakers tended to put function over form when it came to dive pieces. Now, however, things have changed, and while function is still of supreme importance, form is no longer a secondary consideration.
Take the Oris Aquis Date, for example – it offers supreme dive functionality with 300 meters of water resistance and a 43.50mm stainless steel case with ceramic bezel, while the stainless steel and mineral case back gives the wearer a view of the intricate Oris Calibre 733 automatic movement. This is a watch that looks and performs just as well underwater as it does on land, making it one heck of a versatile diver fit for everyday use.
New & Noteworthy Releases
The Chris Reeve Sebenza 21 is back with a new collaboration.
It's not easy earning the title of Best Selling Car in the World.
This hand-made, hand-etched glassware is used at one of the best bars in the world – and you can buy it online.
This Samsung and Harman Kardon collaboration is a 7.1.4 system that supports both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X surround sound technologies.
Who needs a 911 or BMW when you have a JDM legend?
If it’s time to replace your beloved pair of jeans, right now would be a good time to do it. Nordstrom Rack’s current denim sale is discounting a selection of great styles from brands like Levi’s, Mavi, Lucky Brand and other stylish companies by up to 58 percent.— Justin Fenner
Everything You Need for Stress-Free Camping Is on Sale
Save up to 63%: The amount of gear you’re told to buy before camping can make the activity intimidating. Really, you only need a few essentials, and they’re all on sale now. — Tanner Bowden
The Perfect Early Fall Jacket
Save 50% We get that in a lot of different parts of the country, it’s still too hot to even think about wearing a jacket. But winter, as they say, is coming, and before it gets here, temperatures are going to cool off enough to warrant a lightweight layer. To get ready for that inevitability, we propose Todd Snyder’s excellent take on the classic four-pocket jacket.— Justin Fenner
Moleskine Travel Notebooks
Save Over 30%: Moleskine makes some of the most popular travel notebooks on the planet. Despite one of my former colleagues going a bit overboard — calling the notebooks “a Starbucks trope” — I love them and always seem to have one in my bag. They’re simple, bespoke and just plain-old useful. If you’re in the same boat on this as me, you should also know that Amazon slashed the prices of these notebooks today. — Tucker Bowe
Patagonia Is Holding a Massive Sale Right Now
Save up to 50%: Patagonia is currently holding a sale offering up to 50 percent off a huge collection of products, including some of its best jackets and fleeces for fall. — Tanner Bowden
Bodum 3-Cup French Press
Save 33%>There are many coffee brewing styles, all with very different difficult levels and technique requirements. You could teach yourself proper pour-over technique or the finer points of making a cup in an Aeropress, or you could use a French press. The best part? French presses are nearly always cheaper than every other brew method — especially today.
Bodum’s presses are lauded for their simple, straightforward and cheap approach to pressing coffee through a mesh filter, and its most affordable option is marked down to a whopping $10 on Wayfair right now. This 3-cup press is dishwasher-safe, hard to break and, naturally, doesn’t require the stocking and re-stocking of paper filters. — Will Price
Today on Gear Patrol
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