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Best cycling to work gear and gadgets

Best cycling to work gear and gadgets

By 27 March 2012

The sun is out, the clouds packed off on holiday for a few days and suddenly the UK is transformed from polar ice cap to that lush green and pleasant land that we all remember from last year. Long may it last. One of the best ways to enjoy the weather... >>

The best binoculars that money can buy

The best binoculars that money can buy

By 14 March 2012

Whether you want to survey the landscape, study animals from a safari 4X4 or just get a closer look at the birds in your garden, good binoculars can help you zero in on the action even better than a super-zoom camera. All binoculars are sold with two... >>

Best daypacks for taking your gadgets walkabout

Best daypacks for taking your gadgets walkabout

By 6 July 2011

Whether it’s for the daily commute, a weekend away or for travelling light, the daypack is one of life’s little essentials for getting your gadgets from A to B. Capacity is crucial. Here we’ve included models from 20-35 litres which should give... >>

VW Camper camping, but not as you know it

VW Camper camping, but not as you know it

By 13 May 2011

Festival season is fast approaching (or has already approached if you're a fan of new music) and unless you've managed to nab yourself some campervan tickets already, chances are you're gonna be slumming it in a field, in your tent, with a load of middle... >>

Vertical urban camping - ideal for iPhone 5 queues

Vertical urban camping - ideal for iPhone 5 queues

By 28 March 2011

Having been caught up in the UK iPad 2 online ordering debacle, Pocket-lint wonders if it would be better to brave the queues for the next Apple launch - most likely for the iPhone 5. However, the thought of sleeping on a grubby London street, probably... >>

Best camping gadgets for the great outdoors

Best camping gadgets for the great outdoors

By 30 August 2010

It's the final week of the school summer holidays. And, with the weather predicting to warm up (and, more importantly, dry-up) over the coming days, what better time than to pack up the car, chuck the kids in the back and motor off to a campsite to make... >>

Outdoor solar light bottle cap launches

Outdoor solar light bottle cap launches

By 15 May 2008

The LightCap 200 is a clever, weatherproof light that turns your water bottle into a solar powered lantern. The cap fits on any standard water bottle with a 2-inch wide mouth, including those from Nalgene, Camelbak and GSI and claims to be the lightest,... >>

Selk Bag; the sleeping bag you can walk in

Selk Bag; the sleeping bag you can walk in

By 26 September 2007

Sleeping bags are great, but they aren't once you've got snuggled in and then realise that you've got to get out of it again, that is until the Selk Bag was invented. In what has to be the craziest looking sleeping bag of all time, the Selk Bag is a sleeping... >>

The WaveBox ruggedised portable microwave

The WaveBox ruggedised portable microwave

By 13 July 2007

Almost beggaring belief, an American company is offering the WaveBox - the "only microwave purpose-built for daily portability and use in rugged environments". Let's hope it stays that way. >>

Hollow camping torch holds cutlery set

Hollow camping torch holds cutlery set

By 11 July 2007

This bright LED torch has a inner compartment that contains metal knife, fork, spoon, bottle opener and corkscrew offering a space-saving place to keep your cutlery. £9.95, link below. >>


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