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Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and news from Gear Patrol Studios.

Roku has announced plans to launch its own line of smart TVs ranging from 24 to 75 inches, with HD and 4K options available. The new line will retail from $119 to $999, and will bundle the company’s standard voice remotes with each model – the new Premium Series will include Roku’s rechargeable Voice Remote Pro. The new Roku TVs are also designed to complement the company’s current wireless speakers and other home theater equipment.

Today we’re taking a look at a new golf collection, ann electric motorcycle and an aluminum Apple Watch band. This is Today in Gear.

Today in Gear is our daily roundup of all the latest product announcements, drops and news from Gear Patrol Studios. Send your most pressing product questions to tig@gearpatrol.com.

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Aston Martin Teases the DBS 770 Ultimate
Aston Martin

While details are sparse, the company has released the very first teaser video for the DBS 770 Ultimate. Described as “re-engineered” with a “sharper dynamic focus coupled with exquisite design,” the new model will be limited to just 499 units. Notably, the Aston Martin has also confirmed that this new version will be the final flagship iteration from this series. The previous Aston Martin DBS, which first launched in 2018 with 715 horsepower, gives way to the new model’s eponymous 770 horsepower. The new model is expected in early 2023.


Callaway Golf Just Announced an Exciting New Collection

Callaway Golf just revealed its new Paradym Family of Woods and Irons, with clubs available for presale beginning January 13. Comprising Paradym Drivers, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Irons, each item in the new collection benefits from the company’s A.I.-designed Jailbreak system, which was used to engineer enhanced stability for faster ball speeds. Callaway emphasizes that the all-new products aim to disrupt the category in myriad ways: Its new Paradym Drivers ($600) feature an industry-first 360 Carbon Chassis that eliminates titanium completely from the body, while its Paradym Irons ($1,400) boast the company’s “most powerful forged iron face ever.”


Huck Cycles Unveils a Newer, Cooler E-Bike
Huck Cycles

While some companies have aimed to slim down their e-bike products to be more accessible, Huck has gone the opposite route. The company’s new off-roader tops out at 45 mph and skews heavily into electric motorcycle territory. The Stinger ($9,000) boasts a custom-designed frame and is available only on a made-to-order basis. It’s powered by dual 60V batteries and rides on 17-inch spoked wheels. An optional Performance Upgrade ups the battery voltage and introduces advanced powertrain, shock and suspension technology, plus a waterproof display, and boosts the max speed to 55 mph. Regardless, both versions of the Stinger claim a 65-mile range.


‘Crazy’ Is A New Italian Ski Wear Brand to Keep On Your Radar

Ski brand Crazy offers everything from vibrant ski jackets to race suits built to look like jeans. The brand’s new Levity Jacket ($650), billed as "the lightest down jacket in the world," weighs in at roughly seven to 8.5 ounces depending on size. Four different colorways are available for men and women.


Dreaming of an Aluminum Apple Watch Band?

Well, Nomad made it happen. The brand has expanded its metal band collection to include two new aluminum watch bands ($200) in silver and space gray. Its previous releases included a $300 titanium version and a $200 steel version, but the new aluminum model was designed to offer an ultra-lightweight option. Boasting a DLC scratch-resistant coating and matte texture to match your Apple Watch, the band will fit the Apple Watch Ultra, plus Series 8, 7, 6, SE and all previous versions.


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