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Hi-Lift Jack

Next time you hit the trail, make sure you have a Hi-Lift Jack with you, a must have for any off-road adventurer. For less than $100, this basic tool can free you from the stickiest situations. Made of cast and steel components, the simple device is designed to lift a trapped vehicle from a boggy situation. Simply plant the jack under your vehicle, place the foot of the jack under a secure anchor point on your bumper or rock sliders, and then, using the long round lever, start cranking.



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VI VANTE CAMERA STRAPS | Image

VI VANTE CAMERA STRAPS

If you are looking for a new camera strap that is both functional and stylish, check out the Vi Vante series of luxurious hand-braided leather camera straps. Their luxury camera straps unquestionably add more than a touch of class to the overall aesthetic of your camera. Their camera straps deliver 360 degrees of beauty, combined with robustness, and first class security. The straps have an intricate design, and each one takes over 4 hours to make from s...
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BEATS PILL

Newly released by Beats Electronics is this funky little wireless speaker appropriately named "Pill". Despite its compact size, the Pill produces clear, full-range, powerful sound. It has an internal microphone allowing for easy conference calls and can be operated by any Bluetooth-enabled device from up to 30 feet away. The speaker is lightweight and includes a carry case with a handy carabiner so you can attach it to your backpack. Seems like Jambox finally has so...
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INFLATABLE CAMERA BAG | BY KATA

Now this is a good idea, the ABS-HD Air Bag System is the perfect protective solution for globe trotting camcorders and cameramen. Forget about fighting to get your camcorder bag on board with you, say farewell to the days of wrapping up your camcorder in blankets and hoping that the other suitcases up there donít smash it up, with KATAs ABS you have protection you can always get on board....
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