Unlike the reviewer who gave this product a single-star, I found this product to be good and consistent with my expectations. It is essentially 6oz of cooked ground beef sealed in a vaccuum-package for long shelf life with no refrigeration. It is great for camping, backpacking, safety-rations, and/or quick-prep meat for spaghetti or tacos. I recommend this product however recommend purchase at a grocery outlet as it is a better value when purchased below the retail US$2 per unit price. This product… Full review
Very simple product: it's a belt that fits anyone and carries your bear spray as well as mobile phone and keys. You can walk, run, hike or bike with it and you barely know you're wearing it! It's like a Bear Spray Belt or Bear Spray Holster -- giddyup! ScatBelt has two types of belts. One is for carrying bear spray and the other is for carrying mace/alarm. The bear spray belt / holster is better than anything in the market. Disclosure: The author of this review is the designer and manufacturer of… Full review
I've used "The Absorber" for going on 15 years or more. Both in boating/yacht care and personal hygiene as a towel. This is by far the go-to chamois for anything you want to dry, including your body. Great as a camp towel. The Absorber is a synthetic chamois that comes in a variety of colors and sizes.I've owned and/or purchased several for various vessels I've worked on over the past 15 or so years. Sizes: Three sizes that I know of that it comes in are: 17" x 13", 27" x 17" and the XL @ 29" x… Full review
I wear mine everyday. Never take it off. It's so comfortable, I don't even know I'm wearing a ring! Love it! Full review
SafeRingz is a great, low-cost investment that can protect the hands of rock climbers, cavers, and anyone working/playing at height. In the months that I have been wearing it, it has already saved me from one close call. Additionally, it makes the use of trekking poles more comfortable. Some Background: I have worn my gold wedding band everyday for nearly 24 years. I feel naked without it, and I only take it off when...wait, I never take it off. A few months ago I was reading a blog by Dave Prowitz… Full review
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