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Spyglass

Spyglass is arguably the most advanced compass and GPS nav app for iPhone and iPad. The powerful app has recently been updated and is essential for every outdoorsman. With an augmented reality navigator and an off-road compass, the toolkit app is packed full of useful features such as a hi-tech viewfinder, milspec compass, gyrocompass, maps, tactical GPS, waypoint tracker, speedometer, altimeter, gyro horizon, sniper’s rangefinder, coordinate converter, sextant, inclinometer, angular calculator, zoom camera… plus many more. You can even store all the locations you will need later on, such as your hidden treasure spot.



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Gerber Center-Drive Multitool | Image

Gerber Center-Drive Multitool

The Center-Drive by Gerber is the ultimate multitool, a game-changing addition designed for real life, heavy-duty work. The innovative center-axis driver opens to align like a real screw driver, yielding maximum torque and rotation, and a simple flick of the wrist sends the pliers or a full size outboard knife shooting out. All the outboard tools can be accessed by one hand, and the 14 total tools (serrated knife, file, bottle opener, etc.) offer enough ...
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MEZE 66 CLASSICS HEADPHONES

After the huge success of the "Meze 88 Classics Headphones", Meze are expanding their range with several models such as these mid sized "Meze 66 Classics Headphones", a smaller version of the Meze 88 also offering a warm and natural sound thanks to their stylish ebony wood ear cups. Read our thoughts and check out some pictures after the jump... Photography: blessthisstuff...
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SOLOSHOT2 | ROBOTIC CAMERAMAN

Soloshot have recently introduced the latest version of their popular Robot cameraman, the Soloshot2, a device that automatically pans, tilts, and zooms to keep your camera pointed at you, from a distance, with no camera operator.  Just as its predecessor, the Soloshot2 is made of two parts, the base and the waterproof transmitter called the tag, simply attach your camera to the Soloshot base(any camera that attaches to a standard tripod will work), wear the ar...
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