OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2019
A Look Back at the Gear We Discovered This Week
We publish our weekly roundup of gear news for you to enjoy over the weekend. Savor it with your Saturday morning coffee, or use it to fend off the existential panic of Sunday night — it’s up to you. Comments or concerns? We’d love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The company that made the ideal cannabis vape just released a cannabis mint dispenser.
2,295 breweries submitted 9,497 entries into 174 different beer styles for the 2019 Great American Beer Festival. Here are the medal winners.
We want to know what products our readers have used recently. Like it, love it or hate it, we want your input on the gear you've been testing out lately.
Larceny has been a go-to for wheat-obsessed bourbon drinkers for years. Now they've got options.
The Sill's new collection of fake plants will thrive even if you don't have a green thumb.
A collection of Anthony Bourdain's belongings are up for auction online, including a world-famous knife.
Due to no fault of Baker Beam, no one knows a lick about his bourbon. Starting now, everybody will.
With a max highway range of more than 1,000 miles per tank, odds are good you'll need to stop well before the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel does.
Subaru buyers looking to row their own gears now have one fewer option.
Jeep has an outstanding lease deal on the Wrangler, but only through the end of October.
Loyal Saab owners have a chance to buy the last new Saab 9-3, which is up for auction.
Sant'Agata's first EV could be a wild-looking four-seat grand tourer, according to one report.
A new study reveals the top American dream cars in every state as mentioned on Twitter. Many Americans appear to be dreaming about Teslas.
Like the M5? Then you'll probably love the M8 Gran Coupe.
The Opus OP 15 off-road camping trailer brings the comforts of home to the woods, the grasslands, or wherever your overlanding adventures take you.
You know you want to park this in your driveway.
The Wrangler's new diesel engine should be awesome, but you're going to pay for every bit of that awesomeness.
Volkswagen's new Golf looks spectacular, but will Americans have the chance to buy it?
Society has dreamed of flying cars for nearly a century. Porsche and Boeing might be about to make those dreams come true.
Outdoors and Fitness
Koala by Hangtime, an adventure-friendly bungee cord for your phone, has already raised nearly 2,000 percent of its crowdfunding goal.
Just $80, the Skullcandy Verts might be the best buds you can buy for mountain biking, snowboarding and other adrenalized activities.
An unexpected addition to your everyday carry.
A four-piece capsule that tops out at $50.
You can finally update your Mac computer with the latest operating system, macOS Catalina, right now.
The Tile Sticker can stick to basically anything (camera, laptop, bike or TV remote) and keep track of it.
The Devialet Phantom Reactor is a speaker that's meant to be heard and seen.
The Commando Frogman, Nighthawk and Jolly Roger watches take inspiration from Luminox's history of building watches for the military.
Grand Seiko celebrates the iconic 1954 movie Godzilla with a new Sport model SBGA405 featuring its innovative Spring Drive movement.
Marathon's TSAR dive watch is a robust, reliable military diver. For the first time, an exclusive white version is on offer from Huckberry.
The newest poetic dial references the vibrant colors of autumn in Japan with a deep red face and gold accents.
Three new digital Prospex "Tuna" models combine dive watch toughness with digital practicality and a wide-ranging feature set.
Come check out panels, interact with brands and more at WatchTime NY 2019. Gear Patrol readers receive $20 off the cost of admission.
Herschel Supply Co. and G-Shock have released a military-inspired timepiece, marking Herschel's first entry into the watch industry.
The Jack Mason Halyard features a triple-register chronograph, a date window and 100m of water resistance.
Three new GMT watches from British Bremont celebrate the H-4 Hercules, or "Spruce Goose," incorporating actual wood from the historic plane.