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New & Noteworthy Releases

Clarks x Bedwin & The Heartbreakers Desert Boot

Japanese-Americana-streetwear meets Clarks and things go surprisingly well.

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The Angle Razor

Designed with a bend in the handle, rather than in the traditional folding style, the shape of the Angle Razor is meant to keep a man's view unobstructed while he, you know, drags a sharp...

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Away Aluminum Luggage Series

The makers of all-around badass travel equipment at Away just dropped an aluminum carry-on that's half the cost of a Rimowa.

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Doxa Sub 300t Divingstar Poseidon/

You can get this heavy-hitting, (very) limited divers watch for under $2,000.

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Fresh Deals


Nike Metcon DSX Flyknit
Save $40: The Nike Metcons are classic because they work well and look cool in gyms, boxes and studios. Grab a pair of Nike Metcon DSX Flyknit Training shoes for $40 off the original $160 price. They’re built to help you lift heavier, balance better and grip longer throughout any workout. — Meg Lappe

$160 $120


Breville Fast Slow Pro
Save $30: The confusingly named Breville Fast Slow Pro can do what Instant Pots do, just better. Beyond the all-in-one cooking appliance feature you expect — sear, pressure cook, slow cook, sautee, steam, reduce and so on — the Breville device beats out its competitors by virtue of a dual-sensor temperature gauging system. The sensors are placed at the top and bottom of the machine and source temperature data from both to more accurately record cooking temperatures, and is able to alter its cooking course based on that. An easy-reading LCD display and the backing of a home cooking staple like Breville doesn’t hurt either. — Will Price

Buy Now: $230 $200


Interested in Titanium Folding Knives? Here’s the Perfect One to Start Your Collection.
Save 66%: When it comes to folding knives, titanium is about as quality a handle material as you can get. It’s light, strong and develops a beautiful patina over time. If you’ve never used one, there couldn’t be a better time to start. Right now on Massdrop, you can pick up Kizer’s Ki4497 Wakulla titanium liner lock knife for just $90. That’s roughly 66% off its retail price. The Ki4497 is a collaboration with Florida-based knifemaker Steve Jernigan, features a 3.5-inch blade and weighs in at 3.8 ounces. For an entry into titanium folding knives, it couldn’t be more perfect. — AJ Powell

Buy Now: $268 $90



LG C7P 4K OLED TV (65-inch)
Save $2,900: Right now you can buy a brand new 65-inch C7P, which is LG’s flagship OLED TV, on eBay for just $2,099. When it just was announced in February 2017, that same 65-inch C7P TV would have cost $4,999. Yes, the TV is a year old, but it’s also incredible. We selected it as one of the best OLED TVs in 2017 because it has the same 4K picture quality as the brand’s high-end W7 OLED, just without the wallpaper-thin design and even more ludicrous price. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $4,999 $2,099


Olympus E-M5 Mark II
Save $440: Even though the Olympus E-M5 Mark II has been around for a few years — since 2015 — it’s still an excellent compact camera. It has a 16-megapixel Micro Four-Thirds sensor, electronic viewfinder and excellent built-in optical image stabilization, all while being packed in a body with retro charm. The main downside is that it can’t shoot 4K video. Usually, the E-M5 Mark II goes for $1,100 (body only), but right now on Mass Drop you can get it for $660 — that’s $440 off. If you go on Amazon, the same camera is $799. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $1,100 $660

Hunter Kelley

Seiko Presage Cocktail Time
Save 25%: The “Cocktail Time” has been a cult-favorite amongst Seiko enthusiasts since it first launched in 2010 thanks to its brilliant guilloche dial, mechanical movement and low price tag. Though the watch was initially only intended for the Japanese market, the brand refreshed the watch last year and made it available worldwide. Right now Macy’s is offering the revised Cocktail Time at a 25 percent discount, putting your cost of entry to this already well-priced dress watch at only $319.
— Andrew Connor

Buy Now: $319

Today on Gear Patrol

This Is the Most Revealing Tease Yet of the New Ford Bronco

It further suggests most everyone's suspicion that the truck will be a truly rugged, capable off-roader based on the Ranger truck platform.

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What’s In the Office This Week: The Tech We’re Testing Right Now

Including the Caavo universal remote, Anker's portable projector and the Lighthouse home security camera.

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Apple’s March Event — Here are 3 Products to Get Excited For

Could it be the AirPower wireless charging mat, finally?

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Kind of Obsessed: This $16 Manual Paper Shredder Is Perfect for Tax Season

Shreds paper to smithereens and looks good doing it.

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Want a Better Workout? Start with Better Shoes.

Since January, we've given the newest Nike Metcon a go. Here's how they performed.

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3 Vintage Seikos That Will Get You Into Watch Collecting

A funky-dialed automatic, a cheap chronograph and a Rolex-rivaling Grand Seiko.

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