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Eat N Tool Xl | By Crkt

The Eat N Tool XL is a handy multi tool that features a spoon, fork, and a bottle opener, perfect for taking along your hiking and travels. It also includes a box wrench, driver/pry tool, and a can opener. It also comes equipped with a carabiner for convenient transport. This is a slightly bigger version of the original EatN Tool designed by revolutionary designer Liong Mah.



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NEBULA COSMOS PROJECTOR

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RE-PROCESS CAMERA STRAP | BY HARD GRAFT

Hard Graft have presented the versatile, two-in-one Re-process Camera Strap. The beautifully crafted strap is handmade with premium vegetable tanned Italian leather and features non-slip felt for keeping it in place. The super adjustable strap can be easily converted into a camera handle for the days you want to take it light. ...
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SEAWOLF GOPRO SUBMARINE

Seawolf lets you capture amazing footage under water, the submersible vehicle carries your GoPro action cam into underwater environment, allowing yo to take still photos and videos, and live stream video for FPV piloting. It can dive 26 feet beneath the surface of the water, and travel at speeds of about 2 mph for about 50 minutes. All is controlled via a remote control that features an 8 inch TFT LCD screen with LED backlight, so you can check out what’s lurking ...
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