MARCH 31, 2020
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New & Noteworthy Releases
Ball's newest version of its flagship dive watch is as technical and tough as ever, but has a traditional look thanks to an innovative use of tritium.
Reports say GM is pushing back product updates and launches during the coronavirus pandemic.
A 41.5mm steel case, automatic Japanese movement and unidirectional dive bezel beginning at just $116? Count us in.
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The Fitbit Charge 4 is a fitness tracker that looks almost identical to its predecessor, the Charge 3, but it built-in GPS, Spotify control and more advanced activity tracking features.
Cake's cool-looking utility bike gets some serious recognition.
A text expander is a vital tool every professional typist should be using.
Save 25%: Japan’s Yamazaki home goods line is affordable, useful and made of sturdy materials. And the goods are currently 25% off at Need Supply Co.
Affordable Motorcycle Helmets
Save 50%: The Biltwell Gringo is one of the better deals in motorcycle helmets at its usual price of $160. At $80, it’s an absolute steal. It’s worth buying one just as a spare lid at that price.
Save up to 25%: All three of the brand’s percussion massagers are discounted, with the flagship G3 Pro a whopping $150 off.
Rhone Active Apparel
Save up to 50%: You can go running in an old cotton tee, but why not manage some unease with something that breathes? Right now, you can snag some of the best from Rhone, which is offering up to 50 percent off a ton of gear.
Yeti Water Bottles and Coolers
Save 25%: If you’re looking for one of Yeti’s coolers, you can currently get one at Backcountry for 20 percent off when you enter the code 20FULLPRICE at checkout (the code only works on one full-price item).
Arc’teryx Cerium Jacket Sale
Save up to 51%: All five varieties of the brand’s amazing down jackets are deeply discounted today, meaning savings of $85 to $220.
Adidas Ultraboost 20s
Save 30%: The new Adidas Ultraboost 20s boast 20% more foam than the beloved Ultraboost 19s, for even greater energy return than before. And now, the newest iteration is 30% off.
Wardrobe Essentials from Everlane
Save 25%: Save 25 percent on Everlane’s range of already affordable wardrobe-essentials. The sale includes great discounts on tees, sweatshirts, pants and more — perfect if you want to pick up some staple garments for everyday wear.
Save 30%: Starting today, Ray-Ban is offering its entire lineup of handmade shades for a full 30 percent off.
Timex X Todd Snyder Watches
Save Up to 50%: Todd Snyder’s collaborations with Timex has yielded some of the coolest watches of the past few years. Right now you can nab the Blackjack, Mid Century or Mod Watch for between 29% and 50% off, depending on the model.
Orient Ray II Automatic Dive Watch
Save ~64%: A 41.5mm steel case, automatic Japanese movement and unidirectional dive bezel beginning at just $116? Count us in.
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