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Topeak Bikamper | One Person Tent

The Bikecamper is a personal shelter that utilizes a bicycle and its front wheel in place of conventional tent poles. The canopy of the Bikamper is constructed of durable, waterproof coated 45D ripstop nylon and features three mesh windows for ventilation and stargazing on pleasant nights. Both tent and fly pack down to a small, space saving size.



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LIQUID IMAGE SCUBA SERIES HD | Image

LIQUID IMAGE SCUBA SERIES HD

Keep your hands free as you dive! This is the worlds only dive mask that has an integrated water resistant High Definition 720P digital video camera plus 5.0MP photographs. Operates to a depth of 130ft / 40m and eliminates the need to hand carry an underwater camera. Ideal for scuba diving and may also be used for snorkeling, snuba, spearfishing, and freediving. By Liquid Image...
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WATERROWER

WaterRower´s award winning design sets it apart from all other fitness equipment. The beautifully handcrafted rowing machine is made from solid ash wood and absorbs sound and vibration, it features the unique Water Flywheel that consists of two paddles in an enclosed tank of water, providing a smooth, quiet resistance, replicating the actual feel of rowing in water. The WaterRower Natural rowing machine is outfitted with a Series 4 performance monitor, that tracks w...
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BILLABONG V1 BIG WAVE FLOATATION WETSUIT | Image

BILLABONG V1 BIG WAVE FLOATATION WETSUIT

In 2010 big wave surfer Shane Dorian took the worst wipeout of his life whilst surfing Mavericks, California. After almost drowning he came up with the idea to incorporate an air bladder into a wetsuit. Shane contacted Billabong and straight away they started working on the life saving device. The suit has a back-mounted air bladder and a carbon-dioxide cartridge that inflates with a ripcord. The inflatable wetsuit is patent-pending and should be available soon. Wat...
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