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Sitting in the background of a recent Apple keynote was a very particular — and very peculiar — chair.
A viscious takedown of Amazon’s collection of 6,000-plus mostly bogus wine openers.
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This goofy miniature medium format camera isn’t particularly useful, but it is adorable.
The Leica Q2 looks like the old Q, feels like the old Q and costs even more than the old Q.
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Everyone is releasing new cameras and they all look amazing.
The M10-P is a little quieter visually and way quieter audibly.
Nikon’s not ready to spill all the beans, but thankfully the internet is full of nerds.
In anticipation of the Tour De France and to launch their new EVO series, DeFeet made an insanely luxurious pair of socks.
The US Pro Road Championships just got won on a bike frame that many salesmen would consider “entry level.”
Garmin’s newest, paired-down cycling computer might be the cure for too much information.
Sure they come at a small premium but sometimes you have to pay the cost to be the boss.
Black, Black, Black, Black, and some Knurled Brass
Never doubt the merit in buying really — really — nice shampoo.
In the 70s, the US military commissioned Leica to make a burly version of its M4.
The photo press whined and Leica listened, transplanting the guts from the TL2 into a body with far more buttons.
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