Hunters, boaters, cops, and military personnel will find plenty to like about about the Celestron Cavalry GPS Binoculars. Outfitted with an integrated GPS, a digital compass, and a reticle, determining the direction of and distance to objects has never been easier. Rugged construction means these binoculars can handle the elements, as well as plenty of rough treatment — thanks to waterproof construction, a rubber armored exterior, and nitrogen purging to prevent lens fog, while the olive drab color helps it blend in. A built-in LCD provides lots of useful data, including your coordinates, altitude, and a compass readout.
Snorkeling is a great way to take in the sights and sounds under the sea without the need for bulky scuba equipment or certification. But it does have one big drawback: you either get used to breathing solely through your mouth, and keeping your head high enough that no water comes in, or you deal with water in your mouth and fogged up goggles. Unless you're wearing the Easybreath Snorkeling Mask. This revolutionary mask fits over your entire face, allowing you to breathe normally underwater without fear of fog, and features a dry-top system on the top that plugs the air intake when immersed, preventing water from entering.
Cooking while backpacking can be more trouble than what it's worth, many times because of the weight and bulk of most portable stoves. The Vertex Backpacking Stove is looking to overcome these obstacles with a unique design that weighs just 1.8 ounces and folds down flat so it takes up as little room as a map. Made from tempered stainless steel, it provides a sturdy platform for your lightweight cookware, and since it's designed to work with both solid fuel tablets and the popular Trangia Spirit alcohol burner, finding fuel should never be hard. Finding food, however, is a different story.