Outdoor Electronics Reviews
Get total protection for your iPhone without compromising sound quality.
This lightweight helmet cam brings quality POV filming to the masses.
This is the first GPS watch to show actual relief maps.
We used this new take on the old school light as a backup for headlamps and also to revive dead smartphones on multiday trips.
For the size and weight of an energy bar (and the cost of a box of them), you get 6,400 mAh (enough for four iPhone 4 charges).
This 20,400 mAh brick is ideal for people going out for more than a weekend but who don’t want to fuss with solar.
This rugged, waterproof 7,800mAH portable power pack survived all the abuse we could throw at it in the backcountry.
This watch's long-lasting battery makes it easy to collect a wealth of data.
This GPS unit is rugged, reliable, and comes with preloaded maps.
This all-in-one lens is lighter—and has a larger zoom range—than its predecessor (which we’ve long loved).
You don’t have to be a pro to covet this camera's impressive features.
This camera gives you DSLR quality images in a compact, 12MP point-and-shoot package.
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