Top providers indoor & outdoor fun shopping: If you love to take pictures with your phone but find the camera’s capabilities a little bit limiting, then this top tech gadget is for you. The Amir clip-on camera lenses feature sturdy aluminum-and-glass construction. The bundle contains a 180-degree fisheye lens, a 0.4x super wide-angle lens, and a 10x macro zoom lens for detailed close-up shots. The metal housing is also water- and dust-resistant. The universal clip-on design works with most popular brands of Android phones as well as the latest Apple iPhones. The Amir smartphone camera lenses come in at just $13 on YouTech.Me. With most smartphones already sporting a high-resolution camera, this awesome attachment is a great piece of EDC gear for any burgeoning photographer — though it’s not that good for selfies.
A little history of watches and some advices for buying the perfect watch. TAG Heuer, founded in 1860 by Edouard Heuer in St-Imier, Switzerland, and long a favorite of motorsports enthusiasts, is a name that commands instant respect in every watch-loving quarter. Only occasionally are any of their pieces attainable under the £1K mark — and when they are, you should definitely drop the coin. With a rubber strap and stainless steel case, this watch is ideal for rugged adventures. While it is not suited for scuba diving, it is capable of withstanding up to 660 ft of water. In addition, the iconic Formula 1 model has the distinction of having been worn by actual Formula 1 drivers. An updated pilot watch is a sharp style that adds something interesting to any watch collection, thanks to its intricate looking chronographs and large numbers you can read at the quickest of glances. Alpina is known for its pilot watches and movements, so if you are looking for one under £1,000, this is the brand to beat. This clean timepiece on a stainless steel bracelet also looks great with a T-shirt and jeans since it has been designed with the modern man’s movements in mind.
Heritage 1973 Chronograph 43mm satin-polished stainless steel case, black calf leather strap. The Swiss brand first engaged with motor racing during the Fifties, finding its greatest success in the Seventies sponsoring entrants at the Le Mans 24-hour endurance races and claiming a podium first place with French car builder Alpine at the Monte Carlo Rally World Championship in 1973. This year’s Heritage release revisits Tissot’s original mechanical racing watch, the Navigator, fairly faithfully while adding new tweaks. Inside the polished steel 43mm case, the three-dial panda layout is highlighted with green Super-LumiNova indices and sporty little neon-orange counters, the date window is repositioned between 4 and 5 o’clock, and it’s all mounted on a period-perfect black perforated leather racing strap. Limited to an appropriate 1,973 pieces, the race is on to catch up with one.
Hudway’s portable head-up display sits on your dash and wirelessly mirrors your smartphone’s screen in front of your eyes. It remains one of our favorite HUDs because you can still control basic phone functions on your device while using it — meaning you can quickly manage calls, switch tracks, or share your location while seeing directions on the HUD. The transparent lens focuses the virtual image about nine feet in front of you, and it’s perfectly visible at night or during the day. Read extra information at E – Mall.
Have you seen the news lately? Half of the videos circulating are all from dash cams, and not just on police cars. You can never be too careful in today’s world of information overload, which is why you need to strap yourself in with a mirror dash cam. YI Mirror Dash Cam has two cameras, once that’s front-facing with 1080p recording quality, and a cabin-facing one at 720p (which is more than you’ll ever need in a small space like this). On top of that, you get an LCD touchscreen display to coordinate your settings. This can be within 21.5 feet of your phone and still connect to the YI app to send recordings to your preferred storage space. Best of all? It’s extremely inexpensive and offers peace of mind alongside security. In some states, having one of these can even lower your monthly insurance premiums. By far, one of the best car gadgets you can get. This is a perfect gift for car lovers.
The one thing that will mess up a brisket, or any smoked meat, are spikes in temperature inside the smoker. Traeger’s Ironwood 650 is a Wi-Fi-enabled smoker that not only monitors, but regulates its temperature automatically. You can also control the grill using an app, which is also packed with recipes. The Ironwood 650 uses wood pellets, so fuel costs are slightly higher than traditional charcoal smokers. However, we can’t argue with the results: delicious, delicious barbecue.