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Hiod One

If you do a lot of cycling — especially in high-traffic areas — you no doubt know how important it is to keep your eyes off your fancy phone and on the road. The Hiod One ($TBA) is designed to let you do exactly that. Powered by Bluetooth, the One connects to your phone to make and receive calls, and also lets you talk directly to your other One-toting cycling pals up to 400 meters apart, using a super-simple handlebar-mounted control unit with an OLED display and a armband-mounted, water-resistant voice unit. All the advantages of Bluetooth, none of the dorky headsets.

  • OGIO Chamber Bag

    "Click-clank, click-clank." Such is the sound of the golf course, whether you're manning up and carrying your clubs or taking advantage of your local course's lax drinking-and-driving rules behind the wheel of a cart. The OGIO Chamber Bag ($260) features the company's new Silencer club protection system, which uses 14 individual compartments with teeth-like openings that center and gently hold the club shaft, keeping them from banging together like so many pots and pans. Less "click-clank," more "chug-chug-cheer."

  • Tom Burr Ping Pong Table

    Art meets gaming in the Tom Burr Ping Pong Table ($45,000). Created by the well-known artist and limited to just 10 examples, this unique and insanely priced table is sculpted out of black rubber — making it quite durable while adding a bit of bounce to your balls — and features clean, solid lines that help make it as pleasing to the observer as it is to the player. In addition Neiman Marcus will donate $2,500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters for each one sold, so at least some of that cash will be going to a good cause.