Misfit Flash Wearable for Fitness

Posted in Fitness Gadgets by Tam Yue on September 16th, 2014

Misfit FlashWe know what you are thinking; “Another wearable fitness device?” And to that we say, yes, another wearable fitness device. But we like this one and what is has to offer, as well as what you don’t have to offer to own one.

The Misfit Flash is a good way to track your exercise and sleep patterns. It offers all the same capabilities as the other wearable’s on the market. The major differences are simple; it requires an app to be able to track your fitness goals because it doesn’t come with a tradition display. Also, it doesn’t require charging, since you need to replace the batteries every 6 months. And last but not least, it’s affordable. At $49.99 it is definitely worth the trade-off of features.

Via The Next Web

Apple Announces the Apple Watch for 2015

Posted in Apple Watch by Darrin Olson on September 10th, 2014

Apple WatchApple announced on Tuesday the release of the much anticipated Apple Watch and along with it came just about every feature speculated in the months coming up to is arrival. The new wearable technology comes in three different styles, the standard Watch, the Watch Sport targeting the fitness minded and the Watch Edition with a little more elegant and sophisticated look.

The features include, as you might expect with a digital interface, many face options including stopwatches, stock quotes, weather updates, photos, drawings, the digital time or simulated watch hands to name a few. It will also automatically keep the time adjusted correctly, even when you move through time zones or into daylight savings time.

Justice Cap hides your identity from Big Brother

Posted in Apparel by Tam Yue on March 31st, 2014

Justice CapIt doesn’t matter if you are a celebrity who is being stalked by the paparazzi,  or you continuously feel like Big Brother is watching, or maybe you just hate having your picture taken. We found the perfect thing for you.

The Justice Cap looks like a normal baseball cap. The major difference is there is a built in set of high powered LED lights along the rim of the visor. These lights make it difficult for most cameras to capture your face in a video or on a digital camera. Used it at night and this hat works perfectly to black out your face. During the daylight hours, however, it will only be able to hide part of your face.

Watch their YouTube video to get an idea of the capabilities of this simple yet perfect way to hide your identity.

BUILT Laptop backpack

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2008

BUILT Laptop backpack
This very unhip looking bulletproof vest is actually a BUILT Laptop Backpack. Made of the lightweight neoprene and breathable air mesh, the backpack features water and stain resistance. People have been carrying their babies in this way for years, so why not your precious laptop. Sure, it’s not the most stylish thing, but you’ll kinda look like a cop with a bullet proof vest.

With this backpack you’ll be able to carry your 12″-17″ laptop, plus textbooks. You’ll also have some smaller compartments for storing peripherals and accessories. It’s available now in two sizes to fit most people. Medium and large for $80 each.