MARCH 2 - 6
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.
Information on a transmission company's website gives us our best evidence yet.
A compact camping kitchen for your compact crossover.
Volvo already makes great SUVs, but these new ones will give buyers something else to think about.
Don't pour one out for the E-Class wagon. Mercedes now has a version more Americans may buy.
Only 12 examples of the Bentley Mulliner Balacar will ever be made, each customized to its owner's whims.
BMW is coming after Tesla with an angry cartoon beaver.
755 horsepower, less than 3,000 pounds, and more advanced aerodynamics than a fighter jet.
A little more power, a little more performance — but still very much the 911 we've always loved.
The world's first so-called "Mega GT" has 1,700 horsepower — and some crazy doors.
Aston Martin will sell you a $1 million sports car...with no windshield.
One of Ford's most important — and customizable — vehicles is going electric.
Want your older Tesla to run like new? They'll happily oblige...for a price.
There's a big revamp happening right in front of your eyes.
The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport's top speed is 43 mph less than the regular car...but it'll likely be more fun to drive.
All-wheel-drive? Check. Manual transmission? Check. Turbo motor? Check. Now take our money.
Cadillac, for example, is getting an SUV we've been waiting for...and two other vehicles with truly bizarre names.
America's most-underrated luxury automaker should be getting some second looks in 2020.
Outdoors and Fitness
The deluxe version of the Schwinn Axum stays under $500 while packing a component unheard of at this price point.
A new piece of home gym equipment called Tempo expands the fitness furniture category and promises the experience of a group class.
We've been stoked about the Hillsound BTR, which literally fits into your backpack's water bottle sleeve, for nearly a year. And now you can buy it.
Yeti's latest vision of comfort at the campsite is the new Trailhead Camp Chair, which makes a case as one of the best new pieces of camping gear this year.
iKamper's mini tent offers rooftop accommodations for two on any car.
It's your last chance to buy one of Analogue's famed retro gaming consoles.
The Aviator Multi-Scale Chronograph from Jack Mason and Taylor Stitch is feature-packed and comes with multiple straps.
Our favorite Italian watchmaker joined forces with Massena LAB on a special edition U1 featuring a "tropical" brown dial.
The Aquis Date is now available in a new 41.5mm case, as well as in a new dial color in its 39.5mm size.
The G-Shock GBD-H1000, replete with serious fitness tracking capabilities, is poised to become a rugged competitor to the Apple Watch.
The Seamaster Aqua Terra, perhaps Omega's most elegant diver, is now available with blue or green "teak"-patterned sunray dials.
The new SBGW-series watches celebrate Grand Seiko's first timepiece from 1960, now updated with a new movement and a larger case.
The new timepiece, built on the SKIN Irony platform, features a 42mm case and a transparent dial showing off the quartz movement beneath.
The new Prospex 55th Anniversary Limited Editions feature upgrades steel and titanium cases as well as modern rubber straps.
The brand new Cal. 9RA5 features a 5-day power reserve and a temperature sensor, and it's being integrated into a professional dive watch.