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Thursday, June 4, 2020
Black Eye Pro Wide G4 clip universal smartphone lens
Smartphone lenses just keep getting better! Dave Windsor road tested the latest Black Eye Pro Kit G4 selection through Rajasthan. This set of 3 awesome clip on lenses work with most modern smartphones. Black Eye lenses just clip onto your phones - they worked with my Samsung S9 & my wife's iPhone 8
Garmin last week announced the next generation of their multi-tasking HD action cameras, VIRB X and VIRB XE. Compact and capable of shooting rich, HD footage up to 1440p/30fps, VIRB X and XE include enhanced recording options as well as an all-new form factor. The updated design allows for more mounting options and is waterproof to 50 metres without...
LENZ heated socks and gloves will keep you skiing and riding in any conditions! The latest version of their bluetooth app lets you control temperature individually in left and right socks/gloves, and set interval heating too to get even more life out of the fast charge batteries. All that from your phone! Plus with the latest HEAT...
ZEAL optics hd2 camera goggle ZEAL Optics raised the bar hugely from what had gone before in the HD camera goggle department with their HD1 model, which seriously worked in Japan when we road-tested it there earlier in the year. Now they have upped the ante with the new HD2, which on the tech side adds bluetooth/wifi compatibility to run it...
The SKISS ski carriers are like a lot of great ideas, very simple and very effective - whether it’s lugging your skis from the carpark to the lifts, getting the kids to carry theirs, at the train (great for Skitube!) or shuttle bus, or heading into the back and sidecountry for some pow turns, the SKISS is the most...
Would you love to listen to music on the slopes but don't like those annoying wires hanging from underneath your helmet and winding through your jacket. Los Angeles based Outdoor Technology will soon have you rocking out under your helmet with the release of CHIPS, a wireless drop-in audio system that works universally in all helmets with audio enabled...