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  • 100% of 8 votes
    New Stanley Vacuum Bottles Carry On a Tradition
    Price: $10-$25
  • 100% of 3 votes
    Advertised as "the only bottle that can save your life—even when it's empty," the stainless Survival Bottle has water-disinfection instructions printed on the outside.
    Price: $19
  • 100% of 1 vote
    This blanket, which reflects 90 percent of radiated body heat, is 20 percent larger than standard space blankets and is considered “tear resistant.”
    Price: $6
  • 75% of 4 votes
    In addition to the long-nosed pliers, the FlikFish comes has a groove for sharpening hooks, and its scissors are made to be able to cut 150-lb line.
    Price: $90
  • 0% of 0 votes
    New features to this self-buoyant PLB include GPS-location maps and the ability to send “I’m OK” messages. The AquaLink View also comes with an optional subscription service,
    Price: $600
  • 100% of 2 votes
    The official whistle for the National Safe Boating Council, the Signal 1 is actually three whistles in one (producing three different pitches at a sound of up to 120 decibels).
    Price: $5
  • 0% of 0 votes
    Manufactured by McMurdo, this PLB weighs just 5.3 ounces and is about the size of a standard cellphone. It comes with an integrated 50-channel GPS system.
    Price: $300
  • 100% of 2 votes
    I use Thermacell insect repellents all the time – I take them into the turkey woods in spring, bowhunting in the fall, trout fishing, camping, you name it. That’s the good thing. The bad thing is that my wife also likes to use them when she’s gardening or reading on the patio.
    Price: $29
  • 100% of 1 vote
    Bauer designed their new First Ascent line with help from top mountaineers including Ed Viesturs and Peter Whittaker. The expert input shows. What they’ve built is a far cry from the watered-down yuppie-wear we’ve grown used to seeing from this brand. It’s good to see the company get back to its roots.
    Price: $199-$369
  • 100% of 2 votes
    This water- and shock-proof compact GPS unit is a powerful, professional-grade tool for serious backcountry navigators. It picks up satellites quickly, even in ...
    Price: $399
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