Sports, Health & Fitness, Outdoors

nPower Peg Charges While You Walk

nPowerPEG

A lot of energy we use while going about our daily lives is wasted. When we charge up our phones and iPods we have to pay for the energy we use. nPower has come up with their nPower PEG (Power Energy Generator) which offers a bridge between the two activities. All you do is pop […]

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World First – Snow Goggles with GPS and Feature-Packed HUD from Recon

ReconInstrumentsGoggles

Recon Instruments have announced their fancy new GPS goggles with head-mounted display – a world first. The real time-tracking inside the goggles allows you to see loads of different stats no matter where you are or what you’re doing. Built primarily for use on the ski slopes, Recon Instrument’s goggles allow you to see your […]

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Moji Knee Braces Reinvents the Ice Pack

Moji Knee Brace

Thanks to Moji, you don’t need to be in huge discomfort when you’re putting ice on your joints now. Their knee brace can be popped in the freezer to cool it down and then stays cool for 20 minutes – the recommended amount of time you should keep the ice on your knee for.

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Steripen Sidewinder Water Sterilizer is Human-Powered

Steripen has offered water purification gadgets before to keep you safe when drinking potentially contaminated water using UV rays. Now they have a battery-free solution, the Steripen Sidewinder, to allow you to purify a liter of water using your own muscles. To use the Sidewinder, all you need to do is fill the beaker with […]

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Review: Sleeptracker Elite – Sleep Monitor Watch

SleepTracker Pro Elite Sleep Monitor

Over 4 years ago, we reviewed the first Sleeptracker sleep phase wrist-watch alarm product. Since then Innovative Sleep Solutions has come out with some newer versions of the Sleeptracker, including the Sleeptracker Elite, which comes in two color variations – for men and women. Here’s my review of the new Sleeptracker Elite. The Elite (for […]

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Uber Small Radar Speed Gun by PocketRadar

For athletes, knowing the speed of things is important for training purposes. PocketRadar has altered the way you can do this by producing a speed gun that is incomprehensibly small; small enough to fit very comfortably in the palm of your hand. According to the manufacturer, existing radar technology was be adapted to make it small […]

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EA Sports Active 2 Released for PS3, Xbox 360, Wii

The Wii, especially the Wii Fit, was released on the premise that it would make us all much fitter; it would completely reverse the stereotype of couch-potato video gaming. However, it never really took off to the extent that one would have imagined or Nintendo would have hoped. Sure some people do have some success […]

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Sanyo’s Eneloop Rechargeable Battery Powered Bike

Sanyo’s new application for their Eneloop range of rechargeable batteries is their bike series – a fairly standard electric bike where the battery is charged up while you cycle and the power is released by pressing a button on the handlebars. At this point the bike goes into ‘all-wheel’ mode, i.e. both wheels will be […]

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BioLogic ReeCharge Portable Rechargeable Battery Pack

Charging your gadgets via solar panels is old news and, to be honest, so is charging your gadgets when cycling. However, the BioLogic ReeCharge from Dahon deserves a mention here just for doing it just a little bit cooler than others. The ReeCharge is a 1600 mAh Lithium Battery that gets strapped to your bike and […]

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WakeMate Aims to Cure Grogginess

WakeMate, an application and wristband for use with your phone, tracks your nightly sleeping patterns, and recommends a perfect time for you to wake up depending on how your body’s  sleep cycle. You simply snap the wristband on before you go to bed, tell your phone (iPhone, Blackberry, Android and others)  the latest time you’d […]

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