Must-Read: Five Top Gadgets
Gadgets are the best. We love gadgets. While we are, in no way, to be considered one of those early-adapter types — our motto when it comes to technology is to run the old one into the ground before buying the latest and greatest gadget — that doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy seeing what’s out there. It just means that we’re cheap and would like to spend out money on other items. But that puts us probably in the vast minority of you folks who are reading this. Which is why we have this post.
Because, today we’re heading over to Men’s Health, where they have a must-read piece on five adventure gadgets that you need to own if you’re one of those outdoors type. For instance, this lovely piece of equipment they recommend:
For the serious cyclist . . .
It isn’t just a bike speedometer—it’s a mobile exercise lab. Small enough to sit on your handlebars, the Joule GPS is a computer that tracks key riding stats, like distance, location, and speed. And because it communicates wirelessly on the ANT + standard—think: Bluetooth for bikes—it can pair with any PowerMeter to give you a real-time read on exactly how hard you’re riding. Unlike the competition, it can then crunch that data to create a score rating the difficulty of your ride. And coming in at only 75 grams, there’s no excuse to leave it behind at the races or on hilly rides. ($269.99, cycleops.com)
They also have pieces for runners, skiers, and a way to help assist your cell phone in those out-of-the-way poor reception areas. Head on over to the link above and check them all out.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.