If there's one constant to cooking in the outdoors, it's fire, whether it comes from kindling or a portable stove. Barocook is looking to change all of that. This smart little system uses small packets that react with water to provide steam heat, which is then used to cook your food or drinks. Your food cooks in its own stainless steel bowl, making clean up a snap, and allowing you to cook everything from soup and instant noodles to curry, rice, meatballs, pasta, and even boiled eggs — anywhere you might be.

  • Fish Hunter Sonar

    Sure, you can kill an afternoon quickly by simply putting your pole in the water, cracking open a beer, and hoping that you get a bite. But if you're on the water to actually catch fish, it helps to know where they are. Fish Hunter Sonar can tell you. Powered by military-grade sonar technology, this ingenious device is so small it floats, and pairs with a smartphone app that allows you to see where the action is, even while the device itself is up to 80 feet away.

  • Celestron Cavalry GPS Binoculars

    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.

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