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TruArc 3

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Inexpensive, accurate, precise, and compact compass with a global needle and adjustable declination. A compass you’ll likely pack everywhere. Not loaded with features, but all the features you must have to navigate any terrain with your map. You can trust this item to do what you need it to do.  I've heard the TruArc 3 referred to as a training compass, a starter compass, and a beginner's compass. I take exception to that because there really is no such thing. Yes, there are basic base plate… Full review

MY-Ti Folding Spork

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Very nice item for camping. You will immediately find out how quality item it is. Only drawback is that it is a little bit short, but does the job well. Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent, durable performer that starts right up and gives a very consistent flame. The go-to pro compared to my first stoveand that is a"mini" bic A quarter, are you kidding me? In an 8oz cup with fork, spoon, and mini bic2in and hose is about 16in6in high on mid size canisterred is starter sparkerflame adjuster or regulator on stoveflame adjuster of regulator on hosewith hose and standcan handle big loads serious flame coffee anyone? compared to left to right Esbit, Jetboil (pots in back), Coleman… Full review

8099 PRO Eclipse

rated 2 of 5 stars Good idea. Poor construction. Over the years, I've had a lot of compasses as a 17-year-member and Team Leader of a local S&R organization. They just interest me and I get a lot of use from them. I've owned several Bruntons, Silvas, and Suuntos among others. Every Brunton I've owned eventually got a bubble in the capsule. None of the Silvas. The disc (needle) of the Brunton also jumps off the needle it rotates on, causing it to tip off at an angle. It's just bothersome for the amount of $ one… Full review

Solaris USB

rated 5 of 5 stars Good inexpensive product. Very durable and efficient. I have had quite a few different brands of these panels and these are some of the best for light use. Picks up well in indirect sun and continuous charging with very little. Brunton has never been a popular product where I live and that is where the benefit is reaped. These are much better panels than Goal Zero panels in a comparable size. They can also be picked up for much less money. I bought mine on eBay new out of the package, for a display… Full review

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