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ReadyMan Survival Total Surival Kit

This is the perfect gift for the person who likes to have their car, go-bag, or in this case wallet loaded with useful items for just about any circumstance. This is a 4-pack of useful ReadyMan Survival Cards, aka Total Survival Set ($52).

This 4- pack includes the hostage escape card, fisherman/survival card, wilderness/survival card, and the medical card. These cards are made in the USA of 301 stainless steel and measure 3.5″ x 2″ and weigh between 10 to 12 grams. Read on for what is included in each survival card. (more…)

Imagine a drone that isn’t much bigger than your cellphone. Imagine a drone that weighs just 0.55-lbs and can shoot 2.7k video (at 30fps). Still not impressed? How about a 30 minute flight time, 3- axis gimbal, stabilized camera, and a 2.5-mile range. This is the DJI Mavic Mini. Pretty awesome for such a pocket-sized drone. My favorite part, other than the battery life and range, is the fact that it is small/light enough to dodge the silly...

GoPro Max 360

GoPro’s latest camera, GoPro Max, is three cameras in one: a 360 mode camera, a screen-facing vlogging style camera, and a traditional HERO style camera. The latest video stabilization, Max HyperSmooth is amazing. No more jerky videos.

The GoPro Max has six microphones, four cameras, and built-in folding mounts. It is also waterproof to 16-feet and is loaded with features, too many to list here. Check it out here.

Too far away from April Fools to be a joke and way to elaborate. This yard robot autonomously patrols the yard looking for dog poop piles to scoop up. About time!

This cool robot is from Beetl Robotics and looks like a little green and white tractor. The Beetl Poop Robot uses computer vision and sensors to locate poop in your yard, hovers over the top and deploys its jaws and shears to scoop the poop. Pretty cool stuff. Video of the poop-bot after the break. (more…)

So you can’t afford a speedboat, no big deal, get yourself the 6-person Inflatable Bay Breeze Boat instead. As the name implies, it can hold 6-people it also has a rear swim-up platform with five handles, eight cup holders, and a built-in cooler. Perfect for tying off a few feet from the shoreline and sunbathing. ...

Posted on Jul 9 2019 - 8:20am by drakaal
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Anyone can dig a circle and call it a fire pit. These fire pits from Fab Fours, take it to the next level. The Fab Fours Fire Pits are available in different models – Jeep Wrangler, Ford SuperDuty Truck, etc… They are made in the USA of 16-ga steel and are 1:3.4 scale.   ...

Retevis RT45 Backlit LCD

Haven’t heard of Retevis? Give it time, you will. Retevis is making quite a name for themselves stateside with their high quality and low priced line of radios. They have everything from low to high-end radios from 0.5-watts up to a full 10-watts! On to the Retevis RT45 FRS/GMRS review. (more…)

Dambuster Bouncing Bomb

Cambridge engineer, Dr. Hugh Hunt, recreates the Barnes Wallis’s World War bouncing bomb that was used to blow up dams. This test was done with a specially constructed dam in Canada. Boys and their toys. Video of the dam destruction after the break. (more…)

Posted on May 2 2019 - 9:07am by Pete M
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Tool mashups are great. Who doesn’t love the old Swiss Army Knives? The less I have to carry the better. This carabiner, dubbed the Firebiner, adds a few tools to the mix, the main one being the sparker for lighting fires. The Firebiner also has a stainless steel safety blade, screwdriver, and a bottle...

This jewel is from the folks at Sportsman’s Guide, and they can be yours for just $45. A bulletproof vest makes sense, for sure, but you should also protect your bits as well. If nothing else you could spice things up in the bedroom. “When you’re in the heat of battle, these British Military Surplus Blast Shorts will keep you and future generations safe from dangerous...