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Avalanche Transceivers | By Ortovox

If youŽre a experienced skier or snowboarder and enjoy the adventure of going Backcountry skiing in unmarked or unpatrolled areas, youŽll be aware of the risk of avalanches. Ortovox develop avalanche transceivers utilizing the latest technology, they not only deliver excellent search capabilities but also feature an innovative function designed to make it easier for rescuers to find victims wearing the devices. You can get them from amazon.



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POWER SNORKEL

If you are a snorkeling fan this is an exciting new way to snorkel. While scuba diving requires a great amount of gear, with the Power Snorkel it frees you from carrying a heavy air tank. The device features a pump and motor with a 35 a/h battery, with a single charge, allows you to buddy dive to 6 meters with family and friends for more than an hour!...
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GRENADE GRIPS

Lifting with thicker barbells or dumbbells recruits more muscle fibers during your workout, allowing for more muscle growth and increased strength, especially in your arms and grip. Grenade Grips were conceived to increase the difficulty and cumbersomeness of pumping your barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, and cable ropes. They also support athletic performance, strengthening hands and arms for pitching, bowling, climbing, grappling, or swinging an axe. Availab...
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RAZOR RIPSURF

Razor, creators of the popular drift racing Crazy Cart, have developed the Razor Ripsurf, a board that brings surfing to the city. The boardŽs styling and function were guided by the feel of surfing and features of a real surfboard, the end product mimics the feel of surfing on a concrete environment. Ripsurf uses RazorŽs RipStik Air technology which allows riders to speed up and slow down without ever taking their foot off the board, and, by moving your body in the...
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