MARCH 30 - APRIL 3
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.
During his COVID-19-induced lockdown, celebrity chef David Chang is microwaving tuna, sausage, rice and more.
Call it a plus side to engine downsizing.
Can we interest you in a new Ford Mustang for less than $20,000? How about a new Mustang GT for less than $30,000?
The newest sedan from Hyundai's luxury brand looks absolutely stunning.
Reports say GM is pushing back product updates and launches during the coronavirus pandemic.
Come to help a good cause, stay for the chance to win an electric restomod.
Cake's cool-looking utility bike gets some serious recognition.
Going electric will mean reduced emissions, but also some even more badass Jeeps.
Like Land Rover Defender resto-mods? A Bollinger will be the electric SUV for you — for about the same price.
Volkswagen may have trademarked the name of an electric sports car...or something far more mundane.
Bringing concept car cool to showrooms.
Harley keeps pushing its own boundaries — and we're into it.
Ford's full-size pickup truck is about to add a hybrid option, and it seems likely to make it even more powerful.
The baddest Jeep Gladiator on the planet will also be the rarest — and most expensive.
The best of both the tiny home and camper van worlds, merged into one.
Civic Type R too pricey? The Civic Si is a compelling (and way cheaper) alternative.
At less than 300 pounds, the Earth Traveler Teardrop trailer is light enough to be towed by practically any vehicle on the road.
Color details, wheel and tire sizes, engine choices — even the length of the wheelbase.
Toyota's legendarily bulletproof off-roader hasn't needed an overhaul in nearly 40 years.
For the last decade, every Macca has used the same basic engine. That might be about to change.
Outdoors and Fitness
An interactive screen that acts as a mirror when not in use is one of the smartest workout tools we've seen.
Asics made the long-awaited move of releasing its first carbon fiber-equipped running shoe, the Metaracer.
With its clever, consolidated storage system, the Screw Pop Hit Kit is truly a lean, green machine — and let's be honest, a perfect purchase today.
Canyon just revealed the updated version of its most popular full-suspension mountain bike, and it's unbelievably affordable.
Foehn is a master of producing clothing that crosses social norm borders, and its new pants are perfect for working at home without feeling like a schlub.
The Italian automaker's unique sense of style is coming to the fashion world.
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.
A text expander is a vital tool every professional typist should be using.
This collection of truly stellar games is too good to pass up.
Le Jour's Hammerhead channels the aesthetic of vintage dive watches and offers high-end features, such as a ceramic bezel and a sapphire crystal.
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.
A 41.5mm steel case, automatic Japanese movement and unidirectional dive bezel beginning at just $116? Count us in.
British watchmaker Christopher Ward's new 1,000m dive watch offers a GMT complication and premium specs: titanium, ceramic, COSC certification, and more.
H. Moser's newest wares make use of Vantablack, a material so dark that it absorbs over 99% of visible light.
The new Delma Oceanmaster Antarctica is an icy, hardcore automatic dive watch with features for nautical exploration in the harsh waters of Antarctica.
The new Swatch Sistem51 Petite Seconde offers the Swiss brand's famously affordable, machine-assembled timepiece with a small-seconds dial.