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Eton Raptor

Eton Raptor

Whether you're planning a camping trip — brrrr! — or just worried about losing power, the Eton Raptor ($TBA) can keep you informed. It features a AM/FM/WB digital radio, 10 station presets, a digital clock display with alarm, a chronograph, an altimeter, barometer, and compass, an auxiliary audio input, an 1800mAh rechargeable battery, an LED flashlight, a solar panel for charging, and a bottle opener, all packed into a slender, splashproof carabiner body. Just think of it as your digital Swiss Army knife. [via]

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    We'll leave it up to you to judge the wisdom of eating with the same tool that just helped you repair your mud-covered mountain bike, but if that description doesn't phase you, perhaps you should check out the CRKT Eat'N Tool ($4). This metal wonder serves as a spoon and short-tuned fork, but also packs a bottle opener, screwdriver blade, pry tool, a carabiner, and three metric wrenches into its tiny body, making it the only thing you'll need in your outdoor utensil arsenal.

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