Rip Curl Search GPS Surf Watch

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The spring season is finally upon us, and summer is fast approaching. For many of us, that means it’s time to hit the beach. But next time you plan a surfing session, don’t do so without the Rip Curl Search GPS Surf Watch.

This watch is a surfer’s best friend. The white on black LCD screen will display the number of waves you’ve surfed, top speed, and even location using the built-in motion sensors. While you can get a good amount of information from the watch itself, it’s the companion app where this thing really shines. Sync the wristwatch with your mobile device, and you’ll get detailed versions of your session, and will even be able to share images and graphics with friends on your social networks. [Purchase]

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