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Sigg Bottles

Sigg Bottles

Reusable water bottles are certainly popular, but aren't always stylish — or taste-friendly. Sigg Bottles ($15-$30) are not only stylish and taste-neutral, they're also available in a variety of sizes and different interchangeable caps to make sure you get the one that's right for you. There's the kid's bottles, with available grips and kid-friendly caps, lifestyle bottles with unique graphics and sizes up to one liter, and the traveler and sport bottles, which come in a wide variety of colors, finishes and shapes. Our favorite? The Traveler Oval Black Flask with Cup ($30), which has retro looks and includes a detachable cup.

  • Meade LX90GPS Telescope

    Save time gazing at the stars with the Meade LX90GPS Telescope ($2,734). With its built-in Sony GPS sensor and AutoAlign technology, the telescope determines its location and aligns your scope for a tour of the universe. After that's over, you can use it to locate over 30,000 other objects. The LX90GPS is built upon the legendary LX90 Schmidt-Cassegrain astro telescope, featuring ultra high transmission coatings, autostar computer hand control, and tripod. Be sure to also spring for the Meade Deep Sky Imager Pro ($130), an easy-to-use monochrome CCD camera that lets you take crazy photos of galaxies, star clusters and planets.

  • Brunton ADC Pro

    It always seems like no matter how hard you plan for an outdoor trip, weather always turns out to be factor in your activities. And when you're out in the middle of nowhere, you can't just turn on the Weather Channel to see what's going on. Luckily, Brunton's ADC Pro ($250) is here to help. The tiny device gathers and records all the key weather conditions for you, including temperature, barometric pressure, relative humidity, heat index, air density, wind speed, wind chill, dew point, wet bulb, and more. With all of this info, the gadget then predicts the coming 12 hour's weather.