Functionally excellent but of limited use in the real world.
An expensive mount that only offers the advantage of increased compatibility over its rivals.
A pouch to make your expensive electronic gadgets waterproof with an easy to close seal.
A somewhat expensive way to stop small items getting lost in your SealLine backpack.
Great sprucing brushes that will recoup their megre investment over and over again
Bluetooth system allows you to talk to a ride partner over several hundred metres - but an big outlay for an uncertain benefit.
Nice looking headset spacers available in a range of colours to spice up your bike
Excellent Garmin mount in a variety of size options and colours
Neat way to fit a rack to a frame without top rack mounts
Simple, light and sturdy mount that frees up space on your bar/stem and offers easier viewing of the computer screen
Handy storage for most ride essentials with a useful touchscreen-compatible panel
Elegant and provides more real-estate, but not very robust
If it passes the unlock button test, it's a clever and relatively compact way of attaching a phone to your bike
Well made and fit for purpose but on the big side for a jersey pocket
A more technical neck warmer than the usual, both comfortable and versatile
Good mobile phone accessory for anyone who gets exposed to lots of wetness but expensive for what it is
Warm, sophisticated and shiny. What's not to love?
Sleek, compact battery-pack charger, lightweight but with capacity for a weekend away
Expensive, and not all that warm or comfortable either. You'd be better off spending your money on a cheap fleece neck warmer
Versatile upgrade for rucksacks and panniers - a shame it's not machine washable though