Golf sensors aren't a new idea — we've written about a couple of them before — but we've never seen one that didn't need to attach to your club. Until now. The Zepp Golf Sensor hooks onto your glove and communicates with your phone or tablet over Bluetooth, letting you see your swing in 360 degrees, and analyze your club plane, hand path, speed, tempo, backswing position, and, if you put your phone in your pocket, hip rotation. You can also compare your swing with that of a pro, and track your progress over time with every club in your bag. And if you happen to be a multi-sport star, don't worry — the same sensor can be mounted onto a tennis racket or baseball bat so you can track your stats there, too.
When they say limited edition, they mean it. The ArcticSilver Titanium Free-Flex Rod is limited to just 2-5 rods per classification — or under 20 total worldwide — making them some of the most exclusive gear around. Features include pure titanium stripper and snake guides, a carbon-fiber based handle, a Quick-Lock reel seat, and, of course, the Free-Flex system that allows the blank to move freely within the handle, resulting in superior feel and longer casts with less effort.
Sure, cooking over an open fire while you're camping can be a lot of fun, but very little beats the convenience of cooking on a home stove. With the EcoZoom Zoom Dura Stove you get the best of both worlds, combining a portable wood fire and a stable stove surface. The insulated body and metal liner help to improve the efficiency of your combustion, letting you make the most out of your heat source, while sturdy handles and a durable construction let you take it just about anywhere. Its cast-iron surface provides plenty of strength, even with heavy pots and pans, while giving you plenty of stability to cook up some serious camp meals.