Are you looking for a way to mount your action camera to your canoe/kayak/small boat? Look no farther than this hand little device. I'm reviewing the Scotty #135 camera/compass mount, an inexpensive, durable and versatile little bracket that will allow you to easily set up your camera on your boat to allow you to capture some great 'hands-free' shots while out paddling. Instead of a written review, I have put together a video review. Please check it out. Full review
The three I have owned all stopped working. There must be a design flaw in these. One of the three was a replacement for the first one that stopped working. Junk. Junk. Full review
Love this jacket. Purchased both the jacket and two vests. Seems to be more down in the vests, but all three of these garments are well made and extremely comfortable. I particularly like the smooth and a little shiny nylon material used. Very stylish and feels great. Would buy more of these if they get the larger sizes back in stock. Navy blue camo is an understated camo pattern, which I really like and goes great with blue jeans. Full review
A great lightweight gadget for folks who like to carry thermometers and are interested in wind speed as well—it has almost permanently replaced my little key chain thermometer. Accurate readings for what you pay, nice display, and easy to use although the two-button menu takes a little getting used to. Great for recreational use but spend more for extreme conditions or scientific applications. I was hoping to have this review done in time for folks looking for a stocking stuffer…oh well. For… Full review
ClickHeat products are sold using false and deceptive practices. DO NOT BUY THEM. On 12/13/2017 we visited the ClickHeat kiosk in the Natick shopping mall in Massachusetts. Based on the deceptive information from the sales rep (Inaj) we purchased two complete gift sets and additional items for $881.88 charged to our VISA for our use and as holiday gifts for family members. (3 back, 3 shoulders, 2 eye, 2 feet, and 6 hand packs). They have a policy of no refunds, however the representative misrepresented… Full review
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Demo Day at OR didn't disappoint, with leaping pillars of fire, life-sized polar bears, talking salmon, and new outdoor gear from Kahuna Creations and Nargear. Read more
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