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Impressions and Connections: Skeleton CasiOak G-Shock GA-2100

Most of the watches I wear and use are pretty big sports or outdoors wearables. Sometimes, though, something simpler is nice. Just as I was starting to wear…

Don’t Let Your Watch Teach You Bad Navigation Habits

The tools we use shape us. One aspect of sports/outdoors watches in which I have noticed this a lot is when it comes to navigation.

The Suunto 7 as Microexploration Tool

For my approach of microexploration – looking closer, learning more, getting at home in this world – I have been finding some of the disadvantages and problems of…

Wearables as #GetAtHome Tools

Wearables, especially for fitness, have risen tremendously in popularity – and often been criticized as trendy products that never deliver on their promise. Beyond health and fitness, I…

Casio ProTrek Smart WSD-F20 In-Depth Review, Part 1: Get Smart About Your Place, #GetAtHome, In This World

The Casio ProTrek Smart WSD-F20, Casio’s second version of an outdoors smartwatch with Android Wear (2.0) was announced at the beginning of 2017. Sports tech authority DC Rainmaker…

My Trusty Companion, Photographically: Sony RX100 (M2)

How my main camera is still a Sony RX100 MII, though it’s basically bent out of shape…

ISPO 2017 Roundup, Part 1: Garmin, Casio, TomTom, AxSys,…

Once again, the ISPO Munich was on. Finally, I went there not just a random blogger who sorta-kinda works with brands willing to set him up with product…

Suunto Kailash Review: Adventure Timeline-d [Updated]

Suunto has, for a while already, been right in that area of the sports and outdoors technology market where actual usefulness and luxurious aspiration collide.

ISPO 2016 Recap 2: Fitness and Connecting Tech

When it comes to the technological side of fitness things, I did not find much that was of the greatest interest at the ISPO 2016 – but maybe…