February 6, 2020
Today in Gear: The Titanium Pen You Won’t Want to Share, a Nike Sneaker Made for the Olympics & More
Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and deals. Comments or concerns? We’d love to hear from you at email@example.com.
It is always a smart idea to carry your own pen. Sure, there are always communal pens around, with the chewed up ends, running out of ink and just generally kinda gross. So why not carry your own high-quality writing instrument? The Ti Mini Pen was designed to be a pen always at your side, but never in the way, and is made to hold up for the long haul. The Ti Mini comes in at just three inches tall, but don’t let its diminutive size fool you — it’s built from titanium and can withstand just about anything. It’s available in three different finishes including machined raw, stonewashed and DLC black, so you can find one of these Big Idea Design Ti Mini’s that best suits your everyday.
New & Noteworthy Releases
The redesigned app has a new look and a host of new features.
The newest and toughest Jeep Gladiator intends to intrude on Ford's turf.
Girard Perregaux has introduced three new dress watches with aventurine dials that sparkle like the night sky.
Mercedes-Benz has a new camper van—and you CAN buy it.
Say hello to the Air Zoom Viperfly, one of several ambitious and unusual-looking Nikes set to light up the Tokyo Games.
The World Car of the Year Award finalists have been announced.
The "Dirty Dozen" watches of 1945 were serious, purpose-built military tools. 75 years after the originals were produced, a new version is debuting.
Breville Barista Touch Espresso Machine
Save $180: Breville’s collection of espresso machines strives to offer a machine fit for every level of coffee nerd. And today at Amazon, you can cop its most frugal touchscreen model at an all-time low.
One of History’s Most Iconic Motorcycle Jackets Is Almost $300 Off
Save 20%: As it’s risen to prominence in recent years, Belstaff has entrenched itself in the luxury performance apparel space; as a result, price tags tend to be high across the brand. Today, however, the Classic Tourist Trophy Jacket — one of Belstaff’s most iconic designs — is 20% off at RevZilla, currently selling for just $1,160. Stop waiting around and snap one up while you can.
Casio G-Shock GD400-9CR
Save 27: The Casio G-Shock GD400-9CR exudes tough, military-inspired cool and is even more affordable than usual.
Kammok Bobcat Trail Quilt
Save $49: Sleeping bags have been the standard for bedding down outside for decades. Their position is being challenged though, by the camp blanket. Camp blankets aren’t a new thing, but they are gaining in popularity. Commonly referred to as trail quilts, these outdoor blankets aren’t just decoration for Instagram-friendly cabins, they’re viable sleeping bag replacements made of technical fabrics and fills. Kammok makes one of our favorites, and last year it announced a new addition to its line with the Bobcat, which is currently on sale for 25 percent off.
Save 60%: California-based clothing brand Outerknown makes some of our favorite wardrobe staples.
Sony WH-H900N Noise-Canceling Headphones
Save $220: The Sony WH-H900N noise-canceling headphones are the company’s affordable alternatives to its flagship Sony WH-1000XM3 (which are some of the best noise-canceling headphones you can buy). The Sony WH-H900N, which were released in 2018, are on sale for an incredibly low price. The normally $300 headphones are just $80 right now on eBay. Amazon also dropped the price of the Sony WH-H900N to $165.
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