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Today in Gear: May 20, 2014

Today in gear: a new entry level Logitech Harmony remote, the Nuvyyo Tablo DVR for cord cutters, Quixotic Pocket Squares, Wild Turkey Diamond Anniversary Bourbon and BBQ recipes from London.



Logitech Harmony 350 Remote
The harmony lineup has always made it easy for advanced home theater owners to ditch the Jenga tower of remotes forever. The new Harmony 350 is the most affordable universal remote in the lineup to date and aimed at those with basic media needs looking to control up to eight devices with the mash of a few buttons. $50

Nuvyyo Tablo DVR
Cord cutters are typically thrilled with ditching those monthly cable bills, but still miss the god-like video powers provided by a DVR. The Tablo DVR fills the gap, allowing users to record up to two channels at a time while watching a third. It also borrows a page from Slingbox, letting owners access recorded content anywhere there’s an internet connection. Unfortunately, there’s a $5 monthly fee for getting access to the Tablo’s TV guide and you’ll have to attach an external hard drive and antenna to get everything working. Still, it’s a far better solution than no DVR at all. $220

Blind Barber Watermint Gin Grooming Products
The popular New York barber shop and speakeasy’s grooming line, which includes aftershave, cleanser and shave cream, offers a refreshing blend of botanicals and booze — kind of like your Saturday evenings. $18+

Quixotic Pocket Squares
The legacy of Don Quixote — acting like a great big chivalrous idiot — lives on in these handsome pocket squares. Use one to do something nice for someone else, and if you lose it (note: really go for the nice thing and make sure to lose the square) you can tell the company your story to receive another pocket square for free. Daisy chaining heroic pocket-square-based acts could become the stuff of legend. Whether or not you prove your personal valor, 10 percent of all proceeds to organizations that are trying to end domestic violence. $35 ()

Pitt Cue Co. The Cookbook
BBQ from London seems akin to Vodka from Cleveland — but the team behind Soho’s Pitt Cue, which originally began life as a food “van” on the banks of the Thames, clearly knows a thing or two about slow cooking meats. Their new book is stuffed with recipes on everything from smoked ribs and bourbon bone marrow to more exotic fare like crispy pickled shiitake mushrooms — giving you plenty of reasons to expand this week’s grocery list. $25 ()

Wild Turkey Diamond Anniversary Bourbon
WT’s master distiller Jimmy Russell needs no introduction. He’s the longest tenured active Master Distiller of any whiskey brand in North America. Wild Turkey’s Diamond Anniversary Bourbon celebrates his 60 years (!) in the form of a limited edition blend of 13- and 16-year-old whiskies, crafted by his son and fellow Bourbon Hall of Fame member Eddie Russell. Those lucky enough to visit the distillery can pick it up in the gift shop now, or wait until August to tussle for the few bottles that make it to liquor store shelves. $125

The Best Unstructured Blazers
The best look of summer is the unstructured blazer. It’s thin, light and provides a casual edge that’s ideal for the lazy days ahead. Here are six of our favorites this season. Read More

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