Rogue Bearing Speed Rope

Doing a little speed rope is a great addition to any workout routine, but the design of traditional ropes can end up draining the "speed" out of the equation. The Rogue Bearing Speed Rope ($22) overcomes this limitation by using four cartridge ball bearings per rope to allow for unmatched speed, while the coated cable adds speed, and the six-inch rotating handles make sure you can find a grip to fit your form. [Scouted by Adam]

  • Puma Blackout Ping Pong Table

    Did you somehow miss out on the incredible Puma Chalk Ping Pong Table? Well, here's some good news: Aruliden is once again teaming with the cat company on the Puma Blackout Ping Pong Table ($1,900). Made-to-order, the striking table features angular black ash wood legs, a matte black laminate surface with a white powder-coated metal frame, and a steel mesh net. Also included in the package are two paddles and a set of balls, but unfortunately no private lessons.

  • 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.

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