MecArmy PT26 Review
It comes with a carry pouch that has a belt loop and D ring on the back and a premium looking soft wrist lanyard. I don’t know if all of these come with the 26650 battery but mine did which gives it the most power and lifespan on a single charge and it also came with a plastic sleeve for the smaller 18650 batteries. There is also a small USB cable for charging and 2 spare O-rings to keep your torch water-tight.
The torch itself is quite short but chunky and I would prefer it to be an inch longer and then it would be perfect but it is still comfortable to hold and the diamond grip helps give you some extra grip. Its IPx8 rated so it should withstand being submerged below 1m although I haven’t found any information regarding maximum depth or len Continue reading MecArmy PT26 Review
So after using the it for a couple of months I am finally ready to do the Blackhawk S.T.R.I.K.E. Cyclone Hydration Pack Review. First things first, I would like to get the specifications and jargon out of the way:
- Constructed of 1000 denier nylon with reinforced stitching
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- Includes 100-oz. BLACKHAWK!® ™ hydration reservoir
- Drink system protected by Microban® antimicrobial technology
- Bite Me® bite valve and patent-pending quick-disconnect system
- High-quality YKK® zippers and easy-grip pull tabs
- Multiple Continue reading Blackhawk S.T.R.I.K.E. Cyclone Hydration Pack Review
Power Bank Camping Light Review
So I recently got my hands on this little lantern from Planet Camping in the UK. It’s the first lantern I have bought in the last 15-20 years since my wind up lantern eventually gave in so I wasn’t sure what to expect. I figured It would be large and heavy and only last a few hours on some giant battery but I was hugely mistaken. It’s fist sized, and rather light, which makes it great for keeping in my pack. It’s probably about half the height of a fizzy drinks can and a little bit wider. I have camped a few times and taken this with me now and I usually forget that I have it because it’s so compact. It also comes with a hook to hang in a tent or from a branch and as for the rest of the construction it feels very well m Continue reading Power Bank Camping Light Review
Kizlyar Supreme Corsair Review
Whether you’re going on a lengthy bike ride, a hike, hunting trip or just a week or two of camping, having the right survival kits on hand can mean the difference between surviving or perishing if you get caught in a truly disastrous situation. So with that in mind, here are a few suggestions on what to consider when building a Ultimate DIY Survival Tin and you’ll be surprised at just how useful they can be!
Remember that this is just a compact kit so you want to keep it the essentials based on your chosen endeavour. Start with a good tin that is water-tight and of an adequate size for your adventure.
One of the most essential items yo Continue reading How To Build An Ultimate DIY Survival Tin
EcoZoom Versa Review
Before I go into the cooking capabilities of this device I first want to talk about its design and quality. For the price, I have come across devices that cook similarly but are in no way a comparison to this. It reminds me of the wood burning arga I had at my old old farm. Heavy duty, robust and rustically beautiful. The latch design on the air and wood feeding doors is simple and perfectly natural looking for the overall design. Its double walled and thermally insulated to prevent the exterior becoming blindingly hot with a ceramic ember catcher that also feeds air up into the stove. I believe it has a cast iron top which is just another way this stove stands out. Most would likely be aluminium to save weight and cost, but Ecozoom really w Continue reading EcoZoom Versa Review
Petzl Tactikka Review
I have here the hybrid Petzl Tactikka head-torch. It’s called hybrid as it is compatible with both standard AAA batteries and the Petzl Core battery. I must confess I don’t know what sort of difference the Core battery will provide in terms of brightness or length of burn time. I can however tell you that the core battery is rechargeable via a micro-USB built into the battery itself and it takes approximately 3 hours to charge.
I normally hate head torches with a passion and I’ve never bought one but, I was given some as a child and I always found it uncomfortable and bulky. Things have changed since I was a child though. Light bulbs have gotten smaller and brighter. Batteries last longer. The array of functions such as brightness, strobe and S.O.S signalling has Continue reading Petzl Tactikka Review