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Brunton Hydrogen Reactor (2014)

£135.00

The Brunton Hydrogen Reactor won several industry awards on release in 2013. It relies on small canisters of hydrogen, which it mixes with oxygen from the air to produce ‘clean’ energy. The product’s innovative nature cannot be knocked. What’s less impressive is the practicality aspect: the two supplied ‘Hydrocore’ canisters weigh will last for six iPhone charges before either needing ...

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Klymit Inertia X Frame (2014)

£85.00

The Klymit Inertia X Frame squeezes into a stuffsack no bigger than a can of Coca-Cola, weighs roughly the same as a standard pair of mountain gloves and takes less than 10 seconds to inflate. The 12 carefully positioned holes dotted across the mat are obvious weight savers and also create warm pockets between your body and the floor to ...

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First test: Brunton Hydrogen Reactor (2014)

£135.00

Mobile phones, GPS units, headtorches – all of these require power, leading to a demand for portable devices capable of delivering a charge when ‘off-grid’. The Brunton Hydrogen Reactor is such a device, but one that is remarkably different from those that have gone before. The clue’s in the name. The Reactor combines hydrogen with oxygen from the air to ...

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Platypus GravityWorks 2.0L Complete Kit (2013)

£85.00

While most water treatment systems require you to suck water or pump water, the Gravity Works system takes advantage of gravity to draw the water through the filter. The Complete Kit version featured here includes a pump-free filter, a 2 litre Dirty Reservoir, a 2 litre Platypus Bottle for the treated water, plus hoses and caps that allow the hoses ...

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Princeton Tec Apex

£70.00

You get a claimed 56m beam of light and five power settings so you can influence battery life. The torch can also be set to flash in emergencies. The head can be tilted, and there is a chunky nut and bolt to secure it if it should loosen. The design is very comfortable on the head, and it’s made more ...

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Katadyn Mini Ceramic

£70.00

The Katadyn Mini Ceramic is a well-established, classic water purifier that has been a Trail Best Buy for many years. Its big advantages are the low weight of just 250g and its extremely long service life, which brings down the running cost to just 1p per litre. The unit is very easy to use and benefits from a float and ...

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Leki Ultralite Ergometric

£60.00

The handles of these walking poles from Leki are designed specifically for left and right hands, and are very comfortable, with an easily adjustable and secure strap, and a good foam grip. They are light and brilliantly easy to manoeuvre while feeling very secure under pressure. They are simple to adjust, with a positive twist-lock mechanism. The poles have a ...

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Kohla Evo Micro Tour

£70.00

These poles from Kohla have a very comfortable foam handle with easy-to-adjust and secure padded straps. The four-piece design makes these a compact option. Height markings on each section make them easier to adjust, and the extra-long grips eliminate the hassle of having to adjust pole height for short uphill sections.

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