New review by me on Technogog
“I like rugged outdoor style stuff, not because I go and do outdoor type stuff all the time but because they’re more resilient and more rugged and less apt to break easily. Something like a portable battery is nice have to take with you but most of them aren’t made for outdoor and all-weather use but the one I have for review today is from a company called EasyAcc. The battery is called the Power Bank PB9000TP with the 9000 standing for the battery capacity which is a large 9000mAh which should be more than enough to charge a single device numerous times or many devices once. The battery is rugged and durable and it’s dust and waterproof meaning you can take it with you camping, hiking or whatever outdoor activity and not worry about the weather but still have power when you need it. Read on the learn more… ”
New review by me:
Quote: “Up for review today I have a flashlight from a company called AYL which stands for Accessorize Your life, but this isn’t just a plain flashlight as it has a total of 30 LEDs in it and a magnetic base. It’s being sold as something as a vehicle emergency flashlight but it can be used around the house too for most any household chores where you need some extra illumination. The AYL light is powered by just three regular AA batteries and the bosy is made from anodized aluminum that’s both rugged and weather resistant. Read on to learn more…”
Another new review by me over on Technogog:
quote: “Here on Technogog, it’s not just tech we cover like computers and mobile things, but I look at it as that you could say that everything is really technology related in one way or another. Technology takes many forms, and it takes technology to do things and to improve things. So with this review I have for you today, we’re back to the camping and hiking or the outdoors theme. Paracord is something that has become very popular especially what they call survival bracelets which are made from paracord, but it has many more uses, too many uses to list really. Today for review I have 100ft of Type III 550 paracord from a company called Titan Paracord that I thought would share with you so read on to learn more… “
New review by me over on Technogog…
Quote: " The apocalypse is coming, do you have the right tools? No I’m not some doomsayer or conspiracy nut but it’s good to be prepared for everything I think. I always tell my kids you need the right tool for the job, whether it’s removing a screw or bolt or cutting of a zombies head, you need to have the right tool for the job. One tool is good, but I prefer multi-tools, or tools that do can more than one thing or those that can cut down on your carry weight. If you’re going camping, hiking or hunting you want to be as light as possible and that’s where multi-tools come in handy. Who would want to carry an axe, a saw and a shovel when you can carry one thing that does all three, or one thing that does those three and more!?
To day for review I have the SportsTek Xplorer 10 in 1 Tactical Shovel and it’s more simple that it sounds really, it’s a multi-tool that can come in handy in many situations. The Xplorer is a shovel at its heart but it’s meant to be portable and can fold up for storage and travel for hiking and camping. The Xplorer is very well made, the handle is a hollow tube that can be used for storage while the shovel part is also an axe and a saw, but it can do so much more. Read on…"
I just posted my review of the Wolverine Sightline boots over on Technogog and to basically sum it up, if you’re looking for a new pair of boots, you don’t want these….
Quote: "Today for review I have the Wolverine Sightline LX waterproof boots and they feature 600 grams of 3M Thinsulate material to keep you warm and there’s a lot of other technology that went into creating these boots. We get things for review but we also review things that we buy so we can let other people know our experiences with them. I bought these boots for myself to replace a pair of Herman’s Survivors that lasted me for about eight years and I expected similar results from a pair of Wolverines as I’ve heard lots of good things about them. Sadly I had to return these boots to where I got them after less than a month as they were falling apart and I just can’t have that. Read on to learn more…"
New review by me on Technogog…
Quote: "Up for review today I have a pair of survival paracord bracelets from a company called Attmu. I bought these on Amazon for about $10 for two of them, one green colored and one black colored but these are not just plain bracelets. The two bracelets also have a tiny knife or scraper built into the buckles along with a whistle and a magnesium bar for starting fires to keep you warm. For the price they are worth it I think, but they’re not perfect. Read on to learn more…"
New review by me over on Technogog…
"Today for review I have the Sunferno Flintstone 5000mAh Solar Charger which is basically what it sounds like, a battery powered by the sun to charge your devices. The Flintstone has two USB ports so you can charge two devices at the same time and the 5000mAh battery should provide several charges for one device or charge a couple devices once. How many charges you get will depend on your devices and the battery that is inside of them of course. The Flintstone is certified to be water and dust proof and it’s ruggedly made so you can take it with you camping or hiking and it will be just fine no matter the weather conditions. I’ve sent some time with it and I’ve found it to be a decent little charger that for the most part I can recommend if you’re in the market for something like this. Read on to learn more… "