Indoor & outdoor fun high quality product picks: A good RFID wallet provides an extra layer of security for the digital age, keeping your credit and ID cards safe from remote readers. You don’t have to sacrifice style for function, however, thanks to the leather Travelambo wallet. This minimalist wallet is made of genuine leather lined with RFID-blocking material. It has six card slots, an ID window, and a compartment where you can tuck away a few bills. Best of all: It’ll only set you back $10 to $15 from YouTech.Me depending on your color choice (there are a ton), making it a pretty smart purchase for security-conscious individuals.
A little history of watches and several advices for buying the perfect watch. Certina, founded in Grenchen, Switzerland in 1888, has always been a rather low-key brand. You may not know, but they were innovators in shock protection and water resistance, which is nearly weapons-grade on this watch. The rotating ceramic diving bezel on this 41mm beauty, usually a hallmark of much more expensive pieces, is scratch resistant and nearly indestructible, and the handsome strap features a deployment clasp. Shinola watches, assembled in Detroit, have sparked a renaissance in the Motor City and for American watch brands in general. One of their latest editions of their most popular design, the Runwell, is a subtle version of what can be a busy style. This is destined to become a classic design that will no doubt age well with it’s stainless steel case and durable leather strap. With a clean ivory-colored face and luminous hands, wearing this watch makes a statement that you value good design, but don’t need an overly expensive timepiece to speak for you.
After its successful launch in 2018, Victorinox announces the second mechanical iteration of Inox, its sports watch line known for almost comical toughness — tests include being blasted by corrosive liquids and run over by a tank — while maintaining a cool, streamlined aesthetic. As its name suggests, this version is made from a carbon composite, something also used to protect space shuttles from atmospheric re-entry at temperatures that can exceed 1,260°C, where presumably checking the time would be the last thing on your mind. Scratch-resistant, hypoallergenic and with Super-Luminova detailing on the dial and the strap, it somehow weighs in at just a fraction under 100g. One of the toughest watches on this planet then, now fully space-proofed.
The Auto Vox T1400 is one of the best cameras for your rear-view mirror. Instead of sending footage either to an external screen or your smartphone, the Auto Vox beams footage from a camera positioned above your rear license plate to a small screen integrated into your rear-view mirror. The camera itself features a durable, water-resistant design, too, while the 4.3-inch LCD monitor offers auto-adjusting brightness and anti-glare properties, among other incentives. Find more information at E – Mall.
Now, this is cool. She’s not just in the Echo anymore, Alexa can be in your car with you. Just tap the microphone icon, ask her for directions, a local sub shop, anything you can think of, and she’ll give you a helping hand. If you’ve got your phone plugged into the fast-charging USB 3.0 outlet, you can have her take control and make/answer phone calls for you. Alexa-enabled technology is usually expensive, but Roav Viva is a company by Anker, and we already know how much value they want to give to you. That being said, there’s a 12-month warranty with this, as well as a 30-day money-back guarantee. Though we don’t think you’ll find a reason to return one of the best car gadgets ever to grace your dashboard.
A camera built inside the June smart oven not only lets you watch from your smartphone as your food cooks, but this oven has AI, which uses the camera to identify what you put in, and immediately suggests the optimal cooking time and temperature. At $500, this large device isn’t for everyone, but it’ll give you a taste of the future.