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GoTenna Mesh

The original GoTenna was a breakthrough for off-grid smartphone communications. The GoTenna Mesh is even better. As before, it's a portable, weatherproof gadget that pairs seamlessly to smartphones via Bluetooth-LE and uses a specialized app to let you send messages and share your location with other users. This time, however, it's operating on different, more robust frequencies, and using special networking tech to relay your message through other GoTennas, potentially doubling or even tripling its range. The result is the ability to communicate with loved ones at a distance of a mile or more, even in the wilderness, at large events where too many phones clog the towers, or in emergency situations where your cellular network has disappeared altogether.

  • Pictar iPhone Camera Grip

    Every year, the camera in your iPhone gets better. Every year, the controls stay the same. Take full advantage of your most used camera with the Pictar iPhone Camera Grip. It gives you a dual-stage shutter release that lets you lock focus and exposure like an SLR, as well as wheels for taking control of exposure compensation, zoom, ISO, and/or shutter speed, a toggle for the selfie camera, a strap for preventing drops, a cold shoe for external mics/flashes, and a standard tripod mount. And since it uses high-frequency sound waves of 18500-20000 kHz to operate, its battery life ranges in the months, not hours or days.

  • Beartooth

    Staying connected is important to all of us, and equally so if you're part of a group exploring the great outdoors. Beartooth ensures you can reach everyone in your party whether your phone has a signal or not. This sleek, pocket-friendly receiver pairs with your existing device, and uses its own radios to let you talk, text, and find everyone in your group, all via a familiar interface. It's great for expeditions and campers, but can also come in handy for concerts, conferences, and crowded amusement parks.

    Presented by Beartooth.