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  • Rip Curl goes surfing with wearable tech
  • Rip Curl goes surfing with wearable tech
    Jean-Marc Astesana ©

Rip Curl goes surfing with wearable tech

Rip Curl has announced a new piece of wearable technology: the 'Rip Curl Search' GPS. The service lets surfers relive every wave they catch when surfing via a watch that syncs with a companion app. Rip Curl hopes that the platform will revolutionise the way people surf.



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