JUNE 22 - 26
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 email@example.com.
How much room your plant's roots need, how to avoid waterboarding them and more.
Don't want high-end or the lowest of the low-end home office gear? This is your home office brand strikezone.
The absolute best pellet grills, whether you're on a budget, tailgating or setting up your backyard dream kitchen.
Steel hardness impacts how well a blade can hold an edge. But the more durable option isn't necessarily the better one.
There's grilling with instant light charcoal briquettes, then there's grilling.
Strategies for staving off boredom and anxiety work just as well in outer space as they do in apartments.
Just get an Instant Pot? Here are 25 of the absolute best things to make in it.
Hardwearing, essential and altogether overlooked.
What's the best way to sit in an office chair? What's the best office chair? Are there any cheap office chairs that don't suck? Your questions answered.
The rise of Weller 12, from shelf sleeper to baby Pappy to unobtanium.
The best of beach chairs in 2020 is all about portability, durability and affordability.
It turns out, after a few hundred years of distilling history, there's more to scotch whisky than the big brands we see all the time.
Just give in and buy one of these cheap desks. Your posture and productivity will thank you.
And everything else I want in my apartment right the hell now.
The new Dims. Caldera L is a longer, larger and better version of another table.
A Weber alternative if there ever was one.
The 2019 George Dickel Bottled-in-Bond release was one of the best values in recent whiskey memory. The 2020 version is rolling out now.
Because you were going to put Le Creuset on your wedding registry anyway.
Pluto Pillow is a direct-to-consumer bedding brand that makes pillows customized to your body statistics, sleep habits and sleeping preferences.
It's not quite as wild as Bob Dylan's 1965 appearance at Newport, but one could argue this compact crossover is Honda's most important vehicle.
A staid, decidedly unsexy Mercedes sedan is also one of the best cars the company ever built.
Want to support American manufacturing? Here are the most American-made cars you can buy.
These wagons are magnificent...but painfully out of reach.
Turns out where your car's wheel is has an awful lot to do with people's tendency to be right-handed.
We combed through the prominent rental car companies's inventories and picked out the best cars they offer, so you can make the most of your summer.
The best portable jump-starters are sleek, computer-regulated, lithium-ion gadgets that can fit discretely in your trunk or even your glove box.
Here's the important information you need to know about the new Ford Bronco before it arrives.
The new Land Rover Defender can now be ordered ready for overlanding — at least, in some markets.
A vast majority of pickup truck owners said they'd give up booze and java for a year rather than be deprived of their rig.
The GR Yaris packs a mighty turbocharged engine and AWD into a tiny, flickable ride.
This rare Toyota truck predates the 4Runner and has some serious "Stranger Things"-era style. But it won't go cheap.
One less item to carry in your pockets, we suppose.
How much will Jeep enthusiasts pay for an SUV? We may be about to find out, thanks to the brand's first six-figure model.
If you love cooking outside far, far away from it all, this Winnebago is right for you.
Some new (and very helpful) upgrades could help extend Ram's success against the Silverado.
Zoom-zoom with a stick shift for well under $20,000? Not anymore.
Volkswagen doubles down on style to sell a sedan you probably haven't looked at.
Porsche's best car is about to get even better...technically speaking.
One Japanese brand finished in the top 10, and it's not one of the ones you would have expected.
Turn your Taco into a tiny house.
It could be the best value in hot hatchbacks...even if it's not really a hatchback.
Eleanor is fighting for a good cause.
The Tesla Model S hit a big, round range number — one that will make Elon Musk very happy.
You can now slake your vintage Ford truck nostalgia with one dealer's (very pricey) appearance package.
Omaze is auctioning off a Mercedes-AMG E63 S wagon to help those taking the fight to COVID-19.
Just a couple more months.
The new 2021 Ford F-150 should be the optimal full-size pickup for cruising, camping, towing, eating a cheeseburger or catching a quick nap.
Outdoors and Fitness
City bikes need a place to rest inside — enter the indoor bike rack.
At a time when home fitness is especially relevant, two new products promise to help you sweat without crowding your house. Our testers check them out and weigh in.
Evolv and Ashima Shiraishi, one of the best female rock climbers in the world, teamed up with streetwear label Brain Dead to make a very special climbing shoe.
Can microalgae save the planet and be your first layer's best friend? More and more brands are singing its praises — and sneaking it into their gear.
Selle Repente is relatively new and unknown, but the Italian cycling brand’s impressive Latus CL saddle is a secret worth sharing.
Fjällräven's newest trekking pack proactively helps you take a load off when the going gets tough.
Giro's Yasuda Collection is the product of an obsession the brand's creative director has with the work of a mysterious Tokyo designer.
Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk’s series promises to help all of us spend more time catching air than eating pavement.
Loaded with seamlessly integrated features, the Thousand Chapter MIPS Helmet is destined to make cycling safer — and more stylish.
Human Improvement, or Hi!, is a new fitness nutrition brand with a protein blend that includes an important key ingredient: crickets.
Custom hand cream that won't break the bank.
From classic heather grey sweat shorts to over-engineered designer options.
No, polarized sunglasses aren’t the end all, be all outdoor eyewear solution. Here’s why.
Face masks are protective, firstly, but they can also look pretty stylish. Here are our favorites.
Summer-friendly renditions on the classic five-pocket jean.
Workwear's roots may have started on railroads and construction sites, but its boom in popularity in more recent history owes much to the gay community.
The latest trend in shoes is literally the easiest to get into.
Desirable both in terms of style and performance.
You know your way around your most essential apps. What 21st century citizen could afford not to?! But beyond the plateau of paltry proficiency, there is a hidden plain of true expertise. Who in their...
Yes, the analog experience is one thing. But there are other reasons to still buy physical copies of your favorite movies and shows.
Here's what you need to know before buying your first smart thermostat.
The story of a world war, a department store, and a plucky transistor radio.
The Timex Metropolitan S delivers fitness tracking features, notifications and more in a lightweight, 36mm package for under $200.
What's a good internet speed? More importantly, what's a bad one?
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is happening this afternoon. Here's what we might see.
Chris Davies, the senior director of audio engineering at Sonos, helps break down the differences between Sonos's newest soundbar, Arc, and its old Playbar.
Picture in Picture for FaceTime was previously only available on iPad. Now it's coming to iPhone with iOS 14.
Wyze, the company best known for making some of the best affordable smart home cameras, just announced its first-ever outdoor smart home camera.
Dogged by persistent whispers that it was preparing to give up the ghost — which until now it had vehemently denied — Olympus is finally selling its imaging business, home of the OM-D and Zuiko...
This new charging feature will hopefully extend the lifespan of AirPods and AirPods Pro.
Apple isn't expected to announce a new iPhone for quite some time, but that hasn't stopped the rumor mill from turning.
Can you get a great-sounding turntable for under $500? Yes, yes you can.
Never wind them, rarely change the batteries — simply strap on one of these great solar-powered watches and enjoy.
Certain watch bracelet designs have achieved cult status are instantly recognizable, even among non-watch collectors.
We're flipping our lids over a new French dive watch, a vintage Enicar that desperately needs a trip to the spa, and more.
Your mechanical timepiece could very well outlive you. These are the steps and precautions to take to ensure that does.
From $1,000 to $20,000 and everything in between.
These are the third-party, automatic watch movements being utilized by a multitude of brands today.
@ericwind serves up the vintage watch goodness, @iniarchibong designs with an eye for beauty and @adpatina saves midcentury watch ads from anonymity.
Casio makes a rugged G-Shock in just about every color and for every type of profession -- here, we break down the model line.
Vintage-inspired Longines, colorful Heuer chronographs, complicated Lange & Söhne and more.
The Alkin Model Two is a modern interpretation of the super compressor-style diver, which uses two crowns and an internal, rotating bezel.
The Miyota 8215 movement powers entry-level mechanical timepieces from brands both small and large.
Hamilton worked with the Tenet film crew to design a modified version of its Khaki Navy BeLOWZERO watch. Now you can buy it in a limited edition.
Show your support for LGBTQ+ rights during Pride Month with one of these rainbow-colored watches (and one awesome strap).
The brand launched the Luminor Marina PAM1313 in celebration of the collection's 70th anniversary.
A beautiful design from the mid-20th century is getting a new lease on life.
TAG Heuer's celebrating its 160th birthday with a new Carrera that sports colors from its 1972 Montreal chronograph.
The new A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1 Time Zone introduces new features to one of the most impressive and complicated travel watches in the world.
TAG Heuer has pulled off an excellent recreation of its first Carrera watch from 1964, updated with modern tech and sizing.
These all-metal G-Shocks combine silver or gold dials with stainless steel cases, mechanical Swiss movements and Casio soul.