MARCH 23 -27
A Look Back at the Gear We Discovered This Week
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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.
It's a portable valet tray, wireless charging unit and desk organizer rolled into one.
The Spark Grill aims to be the answer to all your qualms with charcoal grilling, and it does so in a design-conscious package.
More than 40 judges agree: the best bourbon of the year is a blended whiskey sourced from three different states.
Society is being disrupted by the coronavirus, so automakers such as Ford, Hyundai and GM are stepping in to help customers.
Commonwealth Classics produces some absolutely exquisite Land Rover Defender restorations. Here's their latest: a single-cab pickup.
Of course, you'd better be ready to fork over some serious green for this blue beauty.
Do you like Stranger Things, whiskey bars, and exquisite woodwork? This camper van is for you.
Missing live sports? Sate the demand with a cheap subscription that opens the vault to F1's greatest races.
Volkswagen won't abandon the stick shift anytime soon.
Even if your driveway doesn't wind up thanking you, UCLA Medical Center will.
This trailer has basically everything you could want, uses no gas — and starts well under six figures.
Hewing to tradition may save you some money.
The 4Runner is charming, if ancient. Now, it's giving more people what they want with the 2020 Venture Special Edition.
There are plenty of ways to play up a Defender's best traits. Yacht-inspired teak? Not really one of them.
Happier Camper will now give you more living space and full-service amenities along with your Lego-like blocks.
One thing Americans aren't uncertain about right now? Jeep capability.
Great batteries and solar panels mean getting away from it all is easier than ever.
The IIHS's ratings for the Outback and Legacy didn't seem to make sense, so we started asking questions.
Don't judge this book by its cover.
There are many exquisite restored Defenders, but this is one you won't be afraid to let your dogs ride in.
Two of our favorite fun sports cars are available with huge discounts. But which one should you buy?
Outdoors and Fitness
The North Face revived an iconic jacket from the early nineties with one of its newest outerwear fabric technologies.
Hill City, a new premium active brand, just released a promising new running short. It's also running a sitewide 15 percent off sale.
Rad Power Bikes just revealed its most affordable e-bike to date, and depending where you live it might be practical enough to replace your car.
In preparation for the spring, the San Francisco-based clothing company has introduced pants designed to be as flexible and active as you are.
An unexpected consequence of the coronavirus outbreak is a huge number of world-class chefs with lots of time on their hands.
The Wyze Scale is cheaper than most digital scales on the market that don't have any "smarts."
Casio's new Full Metal G-Shock GMW-B5000 watch features a blacked-out case with a unique, etched grid pattern.
Ikepod, co-founded by famed industrial designer Marc Newson, will now offer an affordable version of the Megapod with an automatic Japanese movement.
For those who were hoping for a mechanical version of Cartier's entry-level Santos-Dumont, look no further — your dreams have been answered.
A watch that was originally aimed at a younger demographic, the Top Time has since become beloved by many. Now, it's back in a 41mm limited edition.
The Victorinox FieldForce watch is as rugged and handsome as the brand's famous pocket knife, and the addition of a GMT function just sweetens the deal.
Farer's automatic GMT watches always provided great value, but the striking blue-accented Oxley Silver Limited Edition has to be Farer-est of them all.