Urban Outfitters sale: Shop deals on cold weather must-haves

CNN Underscored is your guide to the everyday products and services that help you live a smarter, simpler and more fulfilling life. The content is created by CNN Underscored. CNN News staff is not involved. When you make a purchase, we receive revenue. Winter weather isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice style for warmth. Urban Outfitters is stocked with essentials that will keep you feeling cozy and looking cool, and at the millennial-favorite retailer’s Cold Weather Sale, you can save on a slew of such items. Over 200 trendy sweaters, coats, gloves, scarves and more for men and women are up for grabs at a discount. Below, we’ve picked out a few of our top picks from this sale, so you can bundle up with a few new pieces without spending a bundle of cash. This Urban Outfitters-exclusive puffer, featuring a boxy cut and V-neck, is reversible, so you can choose whether to show off a black or metallic fit. Baseball Caps, Pencil Case, School Bag, Pencil Holder, Trolley Luggage – Y&Q Fashion,https://www.zjyongqi.com/

Smooth 240Hz adorns Alienware’s 25-inch Monitor at $280 (Reg. $330), more

Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest deals and more. Sign-up for our newsletters and have our best offers delivered to your inbox daily. Amazon is offering the Alienware 25-inch 1080p 240Hz Gaming Monitor (AW2518Hf) for $279.99 shipped. That’s $50 off the typical rate there and is a match for the lowest price we have tracked. In addition to a slick look, this monitor features an incredibly-high 240Hz refresh rate. For those unfamiliar, this yields buttery-smooth animations that make PC gaming even more spectacular. Inputs include HDMI, DisplayPort, and even a USB hub with three Type-A ports in tow. Rated 4.4/5 stars. Continue reading to find more monitors on sale. Tailor your new monitor’s height and angle when snagging North Bayou’s Gas Spring Monitor Arm for $30. This respectably-priced arm is clamps onto a desk and is VESA-mount compatible. With nearly 1,000 Amazon reviews received, this mount sports a 4.5/5 star rating. Speaking of Alienware monitors, Dell recently-debuted a supersized 55-inch OLED Monitor that’s capable of 4K at 120Hz. Like today’s featured deal, it would look great on any gamer’s desk. Amazon – the best deals on just about anything from Blu...

REVIEW – Having a good knife handy is considered essential to the EDC (or Everyday Carry)

REVIEW – Having a good knife handy is considered essential to the EDC (or Everyday Carry) items of most folks, and knives certainly qualify as gadgets, so we frequently take an interest in them here.  Our latest example is the WESN Allman knife.  With its slim profile, pocket clip, and wide blade, it packs a lot into a small space.  Having originated as a successfully crowdsourced Kickstarter project, it is now available via the WESN site. Let’s check it out!  Gadget on! The WESN Allman is slim a folding knife with a frame-locking, drop-point shaped, “flipper”-style deployment blade, Titanium frame/handles and pocket clip. Let’s start with the packaging itself, seen in the two images above.  It’s a WESN-branded cardboard box with top and bottom halves and some type of wood shavings as its packing material. The Allman was one of those products that immediately felt and looked high-quality right out of its box.  Its Titanium handles make it feel very solid and compact, plus the Titanium alloy’s grey color looks robust and slick. The Allman’s blade is 2.75 inches long and its tip is wide with a serious curvature, with a shape that I can only describe as a short, wide, drop-point s...

CES 2020 has come and gone, and as we reflect on the products seen and lessons

CES 2020 has come and gone, and as we reflect on the products seen and lessons learned, the staff at TWICE has named their Picks Awards winners for CES 2020. Only products that were submitted into the awards program were eligible to win, and were judged based on their potential impact to the consumer electronic industry. 1MORE React True Wireless In-Ear Headphones The React True Wireless by 1MORE offers exceptional performance and capabilities for those looking for a pair of headphones that can handle any outdoor activity with the convenience of a truly wireless design. The React TWS, a 2020 CES Innovation Honoree award winner, features a two-chip system that enables lower power consumption and enhanced efficiency while also including an independent DSP for keyword spotting (microphone always on). This allows users to trigger voice commands without having to touch any buttons, which is especially useful if you are engaged in physical activity. Lower power consumption allows the earbuds to last 5 hours on a single charge, with the portable charging case bringing total battery life to 24 hours. When you are working out, you want your music to drive you. 1MORE includes a large 14.2...

ARLINGTON, Va., Jan. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The American Trucking Associations announced today it has renewed

ARLINGTON, Va., Jan. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The American Trucking Associations announced today it has renewed PrePass—a product of the PrePass Safety Alliance—as an Endorsed ATA Business Solutions Featured Product. ATA also endorses PrePass Safety Alliance’s PrePass Plus electronic toll payment solution, MOTION, ALERTS, and INFORM products. PrePass is a weigh station bypass platform offered throughout North America that allows qualified commercial vehicles with good safety scores and current credentials to bypass hundreds of inspection facilities using a secure, hands-free in-cab electronic device. “Minimizing truck downtime is key for a fleet’s productivity and profitability,” said ATA President and CEO Chris Spear. “The service and technology offered in PrePass exemplify how innovative products can streamline a carrier’s operations and increase efficiency throughout the entire supply chain.” Within seconds of approaching a PrePass-equipped site, the service automatically pre-screens vehicles and notifies drivers if they are cleared to stay on the road and bypass truck scales, or if they need to pull in for inspection. PrePass P...

Missing kayaker was checking fishing nets when he got into trouble

The 59-year-old Christchurch man was reported overdue about noon on Saturday, having been expected to return a couple of hours earlier from his trip on Canterbury’s Lake Ellesmere. On Monday, Detective Brent Menzies said while no one was with the man at the time of the incident, police believed he had come out of his kayak, which was then pushed away by the prevailing wind. READ MORE: * Kayaker reported missing on Lake Ellesmere * Kayaker reported missing on Lake Ellesmere still not found “Unfortunately, due to the amount of time that has passed, we are now searching for a body,” Menzies said. “While no formal searches were conducted today, we expect to undertake further aerial and water-based searches of the lake tomorrow. 4 Person Kayak Sale “There have been a number of drowning-related deaths over the holiday period, and police would like to remind everyone to be conscious of their safety and wear lifejackets when conducting any activities on the water.” A helicopter, jet skis and inflatable rescue boats were brought in to look for the man, but did not find any sign of him. Single Kayak, Children Kayak, Electric Trolling Motor, Kayak Parts ...

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Here’s How We Can Level The Playing Field For Women In The Jewelry Industry

THE FUTURE SUCCESS of the jewelry industry calls for empowering more female leaders and connecting with the women who wear our products. As executive director of the Women’s Jewelry Association, the premier empowerment organization for women in the jewelry and watch industries over the past three decades, I see women striving for opportunities to lead each day. Next month, the Women’s Jewelry Association is launching the March is Me Month campaign, a consumer-marketing initiative developed by over 30 women executives in the industry to empower female consumers to self-purchase. Women designing for women and women marketing to women makes sense. We are bringing together retailers, manufacturers and brands across many segments of our industry to participate in an industry-wide self-purchase campaign. At its core, the Women’s Jewelry Association’s mission is to grow and cultivate women leaders. We believe education is the most powerful tool to boost confidence and professional success, and we have robust programming that caters to our members’ needs coast to coast. In 2020, we will launch a new strategic plan focused on building a pipeline of diverse talent, enabling more women to ...

Six Important Changes Reflected in NFPA 2112-2018 Updates — Occupational Health & Safety

From cold weather insulation guidance to labeling, these are the changes you need to know to be well informed when specifying an FR PPE program designed for flash fire hazards. When working on job sites that present unexpected flash fire hazards, industrial workers need to be assured that their flame-resistant (FR) personal protective equipment (PPE) will perform as claimed in the event of an incident. NFPA 2112 is the industry standard for FR garments designed to protect wearers against exposure to flash fire and provides a starting ground from which safety managers in oil, gas, chemical, and petrochemical industries can build effective FR PPE programs to address the specific risks they face daily. According to NFPA 2112 1.2.1, the purpose of the standard is to “provide minimum requirements for the design, construction, evaluation and certification of flame-resistant garments, shrouds/hoods/balaclavas and gloves, for use by industrial personnel, with the intent of not contributing to the burn injury of the wearer, providing a degree of protection to the wearer, and reducing the severity of burn injuries resulting during egress from or accidental exposure to short-duratio...

If your Chinese solar panels are not on one of these lists, be careful

YPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”> A lot of people are wary of Chinese solar panels. China doesn’t exactly cover itself in glory with some of the low quality junk it manufactures. But, as I have said many times before, China also produces some fantastic quality stuff. Need examples? I bet the device you are reading this blog on was made in the People’s Republic. The Macbook Pro I am writing it on certainly was and it is impeccably put together (the laptop – not the blog!). And it is the same with solar panels. There is some absolute junk coming out of China, that will be lucky to last a few years in the Aussie sun. I’ve heard first hand stories of Aussies visiting suppliers who have converted clothes factories to solar panel factories. The bottom end panels in these factories are made from B or C grade solar cells which the other factories have rejected, and their environmental standards are horrendous. At the other end of the scale, you have some first class solar panels coming out of gleaming factories in China with world class quality control in operation, and environme...

Oracle BrandVoice: AUTONOMOUS IN ACTION: SELF-DRIVING CARS GET ALL THE PUBLICITY, BUT OTHER INDUSTRIES ARE ALREADY GETTING EXCEPTIONAL VALUE FROM AI-BASED SYSTEMS

Truly “autonomous” systems are starting to replace or augment many of the routine tasks and processes people perform every day, improving efficiency while freeing individuals for higher-level pursuits. We’re all familiar with the highest-profile example: self-driving cars. But what’s often overlooked is how much progress is happening in other areas and industries: healthcare, air travel, energy provision, retail, logistics, agriculture, and construction. Autonomous systems are even helping governments match refugees with the most suitable communities to live, as detailed in one of the four real-world vignettes we present below. But our survey’s other findings might underestimate the pace of change: Just 24% say they expect to see significant use of autonomous tech in construction, for example, even though self-driving bulldozers already are in use on select projects. Today’s autonomous systems go beyond mere automation. They use machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence, to analyze conditions and continually learn from the massive amounts of data they ingest, enabling them to respond—often in real time—to all manner of questions an...

Toyota eyes flying car tech with Joby investment, partnership

Increasingly, automakers are looking to the sky. We saw Hyundai go big at CES 2020 with flying car tech, and now, Toyota has made its own splash. On Wednesday, the Japanese automaker said it’s forged a partnership with Joby Aviation. The startup company has worked on its electric vertical take-off and landing machine (eVTOL) vehicle for commercial use and Toyota plans to provide its expertise in the process. All of this comes to the tune of a $394 million investment from Toyota into the startup company. And with it, the automaker is playing the long-term game, specifically noting this kind of transportation isn’t ready for prime time any time soon. “Air transportation has been a long-term goal for Toyota, and while we continue our work in the automobile business, this agreement sets our sights to the sky,” CEO Akio Toyoda said. Not only does Joby now have a large sum to work with (the latest investment round raised a total of $590 million, with Toyota leading it), but it gains access to the automaker’s skills of the trade. Toyota plans to share its skillset when it comes to mass production, quality and cost controls. It’s these types of skill...

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