The only reason I would get a charger like this would be to charge my cell, camera and computer while abroad. It took foreeeeever to charge my camera and I couldnt actually c…
- Laura, 12/21/11
if you need more than 625 mA then you need to string two or three of these together. If you want to charge USB (5V) then check the minimal mA output you need for your device.…
- Thomas, 01/06/14
First it look and feel very durable.
When it fully charge it can charge the I-Phone 1.2 times only and i found it very disappointed.
It many hours of direct sun to get charg…
- David, 11/05/12
Impressive optics for such a small, lightweight package. And seemingly unbreakable. Great for everything from hunting to sporting events.…
- JJ, 12/20/10
- very small & light
- inexpensive (FWIW - I got mine on sale)
- rubber armored
- focus action is smooth
- seems well made
- image not very bright/clear d…
- John, 04/21/11
Its extremely light, cheap and optics wise, its a little dark but it gets the job done. Which is to make you look cool and remind you of pirates. I challenge you to get one an…
- AZLEE, 09/11/08
Great for camping,backpacking,biking just a neat thing to have.…
- Danny, 01/05/14
I bought 2 of these to use as extra lighting when my son & I bike at night. He straps his to his wrist, I put mine on my handlebars. I like that you can move it wherever you w…
- kimberly, 06/26/13
GROSSE POINTE PARK
Very compact and practical, easy to carry.…
- HAIMING, 01/21/14
This thing is compact and super lightweight...nice for some extra juice while out in the backcountry. As you'd expect, the solar panel is only okay...needs pretty intense dire…
- Daniel, 09/22/13
I absolutely love this compass. The only downside I see is the face the lanyard it comes on has a cheap feel to it. It would be better served on some utility line left over…
- Anthony, 04/04/13
I have owned this compass for a few years. It's simple and mostly featureless. On well marked trails this may be sufficient for some, but for hard core bushwacking it might be…
- Josiah, 05/19/14
It just has to point North, right? No.
Brunton offers this model for no apparent reason other than to sell a compass to people who will place it in their ten-essentials bag…
- Martin, 01/26/14
Washington, The Evergreen State
Great for an emergency charger just in case you need to charge your phone or gps…
- Patrick, 09/11/14
This is a handy solar charger, it can strap to your pack while hiking and is very durable. It needs very direct sunlight tho. It can charge through the car window if it is ver…
- Olivia, 05/23/14
This is a great little backpacking compass no matter were your going!…
- Danny, 01/05/14
Located in Riverton, Wyoming, Brunton Inc. is a company that manufacturers many different kinds of outdoor gear. While their product line is varied, they are particularly well known for their compasses and other navigational gear. They are also responsible for a line of binoculars, backpacks, and even solar panels. In 1996, the Silva Group acquired the company. This company was then acquired in turn by Fiskars Corporation in 2006.
This company has been moving steadily in the right direction to satisfy consumers' camping needs. One of the most popular direction devices is the Brunton 8099 Compass. The 8099 Compass by Brunton is an all-in-one professional compass that serves as both a baseplate and a mirrored sighting map compass. The 8099 features three clinometer systems and the patented circle-over-circle alignment system. This is an undeniable necessity for any backpacker or hiking enthusiast who really, truly does not want to get lost.
Additionally, if your one of those "workaholics" then you can't miss out on the Brunton Solo 3.4 Power Source to power all your personal devices on the go. The revolutionary SOLO 3.4 Power Source by Brunton brings power to the weekend camper or long expedition adventurer way off the grid. Providing power wherever and whenever, the new Solo can operate a variety of electronics such as laptops, TVs, air-pumps, cell phones for hours with the potential for nearly unlimited power capacity. The unit is easily recharged when plugged into a household outlet, vehicle DC outlet or by using Brunton's solar panels. But the true genius of the SOLO™ could well be its lightweight. Because when you consider everything this Brunton invention can do for you, it just might be the smartest 4 pounds you'll ever own.
In the camping vein, Brunton has also branched into cook stoves and other cooking equipment such as pots and utensils. A Brunton Stove is an easy and quick way to prepare meals while you're camping. Offering a variety of sizes, you can create a number of meals on these types of stoves. This can range from a simple can of soup to a fully prepared meal. The stove itself can accommodate any of these dishes. The meal, therefore, really just depends on how motivated you are to cook in the outdoors.
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