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DJI Mavic Pro review

12th November 2017 | 0 comments

One of my biggest regrets is having an insufficient camera (cost £60) when sailing the Northwest Passage and not having the adequate means to capture a personal record of what I saw. I lost count of encounters with polar bears, artic foxes, whales and all this alongside spectacular Arctic scenery.

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Video: Firefly Recovery Device

22nd March 2014 | 0 comments

The Firefly is a simple, convenient and time-efficient electronic device designed for top athletes to accelerate sports recovery and improve performance. It was recently used by Richard Parks during his record-breaking solo expedition to the South Pole…

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Suprabeam V3r review

3rd May 2013 | 0 comments

The Suprabeam weighs in at 184g but offers a massive 300 lumens of power. For your money you get the headtorch, a long cable, a spare Li-Poly battery, a carry case and a USB and car charger. I have found that it sits well on my head and have also used it on top of a climbing helmet…

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Garmin Fenix review

1st December 2012 | 0 comments

ABC watches (Altitude/Barometer/Compass) have been a fixture on the wrists of guides, trekkers and mountaineers for a while now, but the bar is about to be well and truly raised by the next generation of adventurer’s watches…

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Petzl Nao review

5th May 2012 | 0 comments

Over the years headtorches have come on in leaps and bounds but when we first saw a demo of Petzl’s Nao at the ISPO trade show earlier in the year it was clear that this was another big leap forward…

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Geigerrig Rig 500 review

23rd March 2012 | 0 comments

The big talking point about the new range of Geigerrig hydration bladders is that they use a pressurised system. As well as the normal tube that transports water from the bladder to your mouth, there’s a second tube that ends in a ‘power bulb’ which you squeeze to push air into the reservoir…