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Jack Mason Racing Chronograph
The chronograph watch has deep roots in automotive racing; long before digital, racing depended heavily on the chronograph for its stopwatch capabilities to accurately track time and speed. Texas-based watchmaker Jack Mason has paid homage to that heritage in their reformulated Racing Collection.
The Racing Chronograph 40mm is the centerpiece of the collection, with interior and exterior elements of mid-century sports cars made manifest in the watch’s design. The instrument panel- inspired dial, the paint scheme-inspired sub-dials and perforated leather strap (it’s also available on a stainless bracelet) are just a few of the details intended to honor both time and speed. With details like a tachymeter bezel and a racecar etched into the case back, the Racing Chronograph is an affordable watch that punches well above its weight.
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Now on Sale: Non-essential Gear That Makes Camping More Fun
Save up to 25%: It’s the non-essential gear that makes camping enjoyable — things like hatchets and lanterns and hammocks. Right now, these things are on sale for up to 25 percent off at Huckberry. — Tanner Bowden
Junghans Max Bill Mechanical Watch
Save $160: The Junghans Max Bill is a delightful timepiece that refuses to change. The watch’s Bauhaus aesthetic has barely evolved since its legendary Swiss designer Max Bill first penned the dial design in the 1950s. This model here is powered by a Swiss-made ETA 2801-2 hand-winding movement that’s packed up in a sleek, 34mm case. Yes, that’s fairly small, but it’s in line with the watch sizes of the era in which the Junghans was originally designed (the thin bezel and large dial also make it wear a bit larger than it really is, too). The Max Bill also happens to be very affordably priced, with an MSRP of $690, but you can get it even cheaper from Massdrop right now for just $530. — Oren Hartov
Aether End of Season Sale
Save up to 60%: Aether rarely has sales, whether its lifestyle clothing and accessories or motorcycle gear. So when select items across the site are on sale up to 60% off, it naturally demands attention. — Bryan Campbell
DeLonghi Nespresso Maker
Save 50%>The beauty of Nespresso machines is not the quality of the final product. Frankly, most machines make espressos that are virtually indistinguishable from one another. If you’ve never used one, they’re basically espresso versions of Keurig machines — easy, efficient producers of OK-tasting beverages. Hence why this deal on DeLonghi’s slightly sturdier, less plasticky Nespresso maker is worth pulling the trigger on. Though most of the items in its product description (the ones in caps) are either inconsequential or dubious (“Barista Grade”…), it does hold a lot more water than most, and is operated with a single button. — Will Price
Kershaw Scallion Pocket Knife
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Kershaw has dressed up the Scallion in various colors and with different handles over the years, and right now a handful of these different styles are on sale at Amazon for as much as 69% off. — Tanner Bowden
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