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We’re a bunch of sad U.S. citizens because we can’t get our hands on the capable little Suzuki Jimny 4×4 since the brand no longer sells on our shores. The tiny square Japanese Jeep looks like the bastardized offspring of a Merc G-Wagen and a Land Rover Defender 90, and the result is awesome. blogger Adrian Abrahams of South Africa bought his own Jimny in 2018, modded it, and documented his adventures. He candidly talks about the good and bad with his Jimny over his year+ overlanding experiences, as well as the myriad changes he made to the tiny truck to make it more capable than stock. His Roam Overlanding brand is emblazoned on his modded Jimny, and his daring expeditions are worth watching.

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Picking your watch is a morning ritual, but TACS makes it easier than ever with the follow up to the acclaimed Automatic Vintage II Lens in the ATL. Inspired by vintage twin-lens cameras from the last century, TACS’ ATL (aka Automatic Twin Lens) Watch combines a dial-design reminiscent of the original camera with a stainless cage, a Miyota 8N24 automatic skeleton movement with a power reserve of almost two days, contrasting Horween leather strap, and three luminous hands–along with being packaged in a custom box. This watch is the one you should be wearing.