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Recent Electronic Reviews

UCO A-120

rated 4 of 5 stars Light and comfortable on the head with an easily adjustable output the UCO A-120 works well for in camp lighting or after dark activity both on and off trail. Good battery life even on the brightest setting makes this lamp especially good for those who night hike or do other activities that require long periods of use, even if it is just reading in your tent. Product Specifications From Vendor:    BATTERY TYPE (included): 3x 1.5v AAA in external pack    BULB TYPE: CREE XP-E LED    HIGHLY… Full review

UCO A-45 Comfort-Fit Headlamp

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Light and comfortable on the head with an easily adjustable output, the UCO A-45 works well for in-camp lighting though few would find it bright enough for night hiking. Super easy to use making it great for children or others that may have dexterity issues. Good battery life even on the brightest setting means you won't have to be changing them all the time when the kids forget to turn the lamp off. This review was done in conjunction with the UCO A-120 which is the A-45's higher powered companion… Full review

Princeton Tec Helix Bluetooth

rated 3 of 5 stars The Princeton Tec Helix Backcountry is a collapsible lantern, which uses a rechargeable lithium ion battery (1800 mAh or 3 AA batteries as a back-up), to boast up to 250 lumens of ambient light. Using Bluetooth technology the lantern can be controlled with your smartphone using the free app (available for both Android and iOS). The Helix Bluetooth would be best for the technology enthusiast whose primary concern is not weight, whether that’s around the cottage, BBQ, festival or car camping. The… Full review

Garmin eTrex 30x

rated 0.5 of 5 stars No battery, no s/d card, no way to carry fasten to equipment, just as well not had a map. No topo map, not much of anything, but wasted money in a drawer with other outdated phones and junk. I've owned two other Garmin products for l5 years. They are excellent pieces of equipment. This is why I'm so disappointed in the 30X. Look what maps are offered and cost. Very disappointed in world map. Would have been nice to zoom in to see where your on a trail at any time. Maybe I was expecting too much… Full review

Garmin GPSMAP 62st

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Hand draw your route in Base Camp. My problem with Base Camp and all other back-country mapping software, is that you can't just put in the starting point and the end point and any waypoints in-between. You must manually hand draw on your computer the actual route you want to take as precise as possible, then transfer that route to your GPS. It won't just route itself on the trail, like a street GPS follows a street route. WHY NOT? This is 2016! Precision is required if you are wanting any kind… Full review

Casio PRG270

rated 4 of 5 stars Solar-powered altimeter, barometer and compass (ABC) watch with temperature sensor, world time, stopwatch, and timer. The Casio PRG270 Suunto and Garmin watches represent the gold standard in hikers’ watches and the Casio PRG270 will inevitably be compared to them. However, it should be kept in mind that the PRG270 is basically an altimeter, barometer and compass (ABC) watch, with the addition of a temperature sensor, world time, stopwatch and timer. It does not have GPS or advanced athletics… Full review

Sony DSC-HX90V

rated 4 of 5 stars The world's smallest ultrazoom camera. Compact but versatile with a x30 zoom and GPS—excellent for hikers and backpackers. Normally I take photographs with a digital single lens reflex camera or DSLR. DSLRs are unbeatable for image quality, but they're big and heavy. I decided that I needed a compact camera to take with me on camping treks. As I did my research I settled on the following requirements: Compactness. I wanted the camera to be small enough to fit in the hip-belt pocket of my rucksack. Full review

Garmin GPSMAP 62st

rated 4 of 5 stars Great unit, accurate, reliable and robust, but loses a star because of the BaseCamp software. This GPS can get a signal in many places where other GPS units fail. This unit is quite old, released in August 2010 (five years ago) but sold up until 2016. It has (just) been superseded by the new 64-series of models. It has been a long time since I have intensively used a GPS. I did engineering at Uni and did two years of Surveying. Back then GPS units were the size of suitcases. Almost 20 years ago… Full review

Nexcon Solar Charger 5000mAh

rated 5 of 5 stars Inexpensive, lightweight option for storing a few phone charges and using solar power. The Nexcon Solar Charger 5000mAh is a good lightweight option for those looking to charge electronics via its two USB ports. It's marketed as an emergency solar charger, but with judicious use of power, airplane mode, and a little sun it's kept an iPhone 6 running for two weeks straight. Without exposing it to light, it holds about three complete charges for the iPhone 6. By hiking with it on the back of a pack… Full review

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Coghlan's Snaplight Lightstick Emergency Light
$2
Black Diamond 6 Volt Battery Power Storage
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Petzl Duo Standard Replacement Bulb Headlamp
$5
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Goal Zero USB Smart Adapter
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GoPro The Tool Camera Accessory
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$8
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$9
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$9 MSRP
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$9
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$9
 
Nite Ize Lite Holster Stretch Flashlight
$9
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GoPro WindSlayer Foam Windscreen Camera Accessory
$10
 
GoPro Floaty Camera Accessory
$10
 
NiteCore T0 Flashlight
$10
BioLite FlexLight Flashlight
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Mammut X-Charger Power Storage
$10
 
Carson Optical C6 Lens Cleaner Camera Accessory
$10
 
Carson Optical C6 Screen Cleaner Camera Accessory
$10
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Eagles Nest Outfitters Twilights Light
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Coghlan's LED Micro Lantern Battery-Powered Lantern
$10
 
UCO Cocoon Battery-Powered Lantern
$10
GoPro Wi-Fi Attachment Keys and Rings Camera Accessory
$10
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$10
 
Highgear SmartLatch Flashlight
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$10
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$10 - $13
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$11
GoPro Anti-Fog Inserts Camera Accessory
$11 - $15
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