Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and news from Gear Patrol Studios.
Ultimatest is looking to shrink – and completely redesign – the EDC knife. The EDCest is a tiny, fixed blade that fits into a 3D-printed sheath attached around a watch band. Pushing down on the sheath lifts the knife up for easy access. The EDCest is designed to fit across a variety of watch straps – including Apple Watch bands and GShock 5600/5700 straps – and will be created from one of two different steels (a 420HC equivalent called 1.4034 and a premium version made with Larrin Thomas’s CPM MagnaCut formula, heat treated by Paul Bos). That said, early birds can back the product on Kickstarter today and reserve an EDCest for $39+.
Today we’re taking a look at snow-ready sunglasses, an insulated cap and an Italian cooking tool. This is Today in Gear.
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Geneverse’s HomePower ONE PRO is a compact, high-powered "battery backup solution." This means that in the case of an emergency, the device will charge your devices and most important home appliances. According to HomePower, ONE PRO can power 99 percent of home appliances, including refrigerators, power tools, medical devices, WiFi routers, portable heaters, e-bikes and more. Moreover, the device can provide up to seven days of emergency power on a single charge. From there, users will also have the option to recharge the device through solar panels to ensure complete energy independence during a blackout, major project, camping trip or emergency situation.
Sir Madam’s new Double Mezzaluna Chopper promises a feast for the eyes – and chopped herbs for the feast. The "classic Italian tool" harnesses two handles and a rounded blade to make quickly chopping or mincing herbs all the easier. Using an easy two-handed rocking motion, users can make quick work of any prep – and impress the guests who watch. Built with beechwood handles and iron blades, the tool is now available for $128.
Smith, a leading retailer of outdoor sunglasses, goggles and performance eyewear, boasts a wide range of snow-ready sunglasses. One standout within its most recent collection is the Shift Mag. Available in eight different colorways, these glasses are built for speed. Perfect for winter runners and cyclists, fans can easily swap out clear or color-enhancing (ChromaPop) lenses. The glasses feature Mergol temples for a non-slip grip, adjustable nose pads and retail for $279.
For some, fuzzy hats and pom-poms promise a long season of feel-good headwear. For others, homemade pieces leave much to be desired. Luckily, Outdoor Research has a new hat built for true gearheads: the Coldfront Insulated Cap. Available in three colorways, the hat boasts built-in ear and neck coverage and is insulated with Vertical X ECO lofted warmth. The cap features a 53 percent recycled ripstop exterior shell for added protection, and is available for $59.
Gear Aid’s Zip Care is a great solution for any tricky zipper on your favorite tent or outdoor gear. Whether you’re fussing with the zipper on your sleeping bag or having trouble zipping up your go-to parka, Zip Care is designed to remove sand, dirt or even salt deposits from the zipper. Once applied, the solution will leave behind a clear, protective and lubricating film. For just $5, the product is a huge time-saver as you begin to break out your heaviest winter gear.