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Victorinox flash army knife Victorinox Flash Laser 64GB Swiss Army Knife

Cost: £450 Rating: 

The staple tool of travelers for over a century, the Swiss Army Knife has been modernized to suit the needs of the twenty first century. Along with the traditional penknife, screwdriver, scissors and various other pull out accessories, the Victorinox's Flash Laser Swiss Army Knife has a handy laser pointer, a 64GB USB flash storage drive and a pressurized ballpoint pen. Ideal for the traveling businessperson, the Flash Laser is also made by the manufacturers of the original Swiss Army Knife, Victorinox, so its quality is exceptional too.

  • Nailfile
  • Screwdriver
  • Key ring
  • Blade
  • Scissors
  • Pressurized ballpoint pen
  • 64 GB USB flash drive
  • Laser pointer



Voltaic Off Grid Solar BackpackVoltaic Off Grid Solar Backpack

Cost: £80 Rating:

Backpacking is not like it used to be, few people travel into the great unknown without carrying a whole array of gadgets and gizmos with them. Laptops, e-readers, mobile phones and handheld games consoles, all need recharging, which is why Voltaic's Off Grid Backpack is such a fantastic gadget. With 1,500 cubic inches of space and made from rugged, water resistant material, the backpack not only includes handy pouches for every conceivable gadget imaginable, but also the removable solar panel and built in USB battery lets you recharge all of them while on the move.

  • 4 Watts output at 6 or 12 volts
  • Battery fully charged from 7 hours of direct sunlight
  • 4-5 hours to recharge a typical phone
  • Battery can also be charged with DC car charger
  • Comes with USB and 5 standard phone adapters
  • Backpack made from recycled material


handpressoHandpresso Portable Espresso Machine

Cost: £189 Rating:

Traveling doesn't necessarily mean you have to slum it and leave the luxuries of home behind. The Handpresso portable espresso machine requires no power and allows you to make real espresso coffee no matter where you are. As well as being compact and small enough to fit in a backpack or handbag, the Handpresso is simple to use. Pump up the pressure, pour in hot water and have a fresh cup of espresso in seconds. Compatible with most Easy Serving Espresso (ESE) pods, including Espressione, Gaggia, Illy and Lavazz, you can now have fresh espresso, anywhere in the world.

  • Comes with 18 ESE pods
  • Hand carry case
  • Award nominated design
  • Made from durable eco friendly materials


video recording glassesVideo Recorder Sunglasses with Remote Control

Cost: £55 Rating:

Most video cameras come with two problems. Firstly, you have to hold them in your hand to capture the action, and secondly, everybody knows when you are filming. However, these stylish shades have a discreet video camera inside; now you can film while you are climbing, skiing, or just watching the world go by on the beach, without anybody realizing it. Furthermore, as sunglasses go, they look snappy too. Activated by a pocket-sized remote control, the sunglasses shoot exactly what you are looking at in glorious HD quality, and footage is easily downloaded to your PC or laptop.

  • 3 megapixels pinhole camera that shoots up to 1280 x 960 HD quality
  • Includes USB2 cable, for transferring video files to PC
  • Comes with carry case and  AC adaptor
  • Quality polarized lenses
  • Accepts micro SD or TF memory cards
  • Built-in rechargeable battery


bladefish 5000 seajetBladefish 5000 Seajet

Cost: £539 Rating:

Scuba diving can be a sedate pastime, but not anymore, thanks to the Bladefish 5000 Seajet. Now you can dive just like the villains in James Bond's Thunderball with the Bladefish handheld propeller. The Seajet allows you to take in the underwater world, without wasting all that energy swimming. Made from lightweight polycarbonate, the Bladefish 5000 weighs just 10 Ibs and has three speeds and a battery life of over an hour. It can operate at depths of 130 feet, and without expelling or that energy swimming, it lets you dive for longer with each breath.

  • Battery life 70-120 minutes
  • 1 hour rapid-charge to 80% capacity
  • Near neutral buoyancy
  • Max speed: 3.75 MPH
  • Weight: 10.2 lbs
  • Dimensions: 15″ x 14″ x 6″


forerunner 610 gps watchGarmin Forerunner 610 GPS Watch

Cost: £295 Rating:

There are a wide number of GPS watches on the market, but the Garmin Forerunner has to be one of the best. Not only does it allow you to pinpoint your location anywhere in the world, but it also features a heart-rate monitor and an intuitive touchscreen, which makes using it simple. The Forerunner 610 can record your route and has a Virtual Racer feature that allows you to set timed goals. Ideal for hiking, trekking, running or boating, the Garmin will find a GPS signal in seconds, ensuring you never get lost again. The Forerunner is rugged too, and can withstand impacts, weather and even temporary immersions. Furthermore, the touchscreen works even when you are wearing gloves are have sweaty hands.

  • GPS
  • Digital clock
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Vibration alerts
  • Wireless uploads
  • Customizable screens
  • Fitness equipment compatible
  • Cycling compatible
  • Touchscreen


ricoh g700 waterproof cameraRicoh G700 Waterproof Digital Camera

Cost: £419 Rating:

Digital cameras are pretty expensive pieces of kit, so it is no surprise that they are the most commonly stolen item from travelers. However, the Ricoh G700 has a real neat trick in deterring thieves, in that it looks just like an old-fashioned disposable film camera. Under that unimposing retro design, however, the G700 is a state of the art, modern and waterproof 12 megapixel digital camera with optical zoom and 720p video recording. Not only is the Ricoh G700 waterproof, but its robust design can withstand falls from over 6 feet. It is also dustproof and resistant to sub-zero temperatures, making it ideal for the rough and tumble traveler.

  • 12 megapixel optical zoom
  • 720p video
    • 16 feet underwater water resistant
    • 6 feet drop tested
  • Dust and chemical sealed
  • 35 feet flash range


Barnes and Noble Nook with Glowlight

Cost: £109 Rating:

Any traveler who enjoys a good read needs an e-reader, and while Amazon's Kindle is by far the most popular e-book reader on the market, Barnes and Noble's Nook features a clever glow light that lets you read in the dark. As with other e-readers or tablet computers, you can download millions of titles, wirelessly, but its electronic ink display lets you read for hours without hurting your eyes. The glow light allows use at night, an idea other e-readers will no doubt copy very soon, but the Nook happens to be the first. According to a traffic analysis from the Chitika Ad Network, between June 4 to June 10, 2012, marginally more people were browsing the net on a Nook (0.85%) than on Amazon’s Kindle Fire (0.71%).

  • Glowlight – a soft glow optimized for low light reading
  • Anti-glare screen protector for reading in bright sunlight
  • Lightweight
  • Adjustable fonts to make words crisp & clear
  • Fast display for quick page turns
  • 12 hour battery life for reading



jcb smart phoneJCB Toughphone Pro-Smart

Cost: £309 Rating:

When it comes to making rugged equipment for the great outdoors, few companies know more than JCB. The British company has been making tractors, agricultural equipment and excavators for the last 60 years. Now they have turned their attention to a range of mobile phones. Designed to be robust for the outdoor worker, the Toughphone range are ideal for the budding mountain climber or trekker. The Pro-smart is their first smartphone and features a rugged touchscreen and all the usual functions you can expect on an Android phone.

  • Android 2.3 OS
  • 800MHz processor.
  • Expandable memory up to 32GB
  • 5 megapixel camera
  • Wifi compatible
  • Water & dust resistant
  • Front camera
  • Bluetooth™ 2.1


Terrawind Amphibious RVTerrawind Amphibious RV

Cost: Lots Rating:

For those that want to travel in style and have a spare $850,000 – $1.2 million, the Terrawind is the perfect recreational vehicle. Not only does is the Terrawind as opulent as your average five star hotel, containing all the luxuries, including a satellite  plasma TV system, pneumatic stair case, whirlpool tub, marble bathroom floor and granite counter tops, but it is literally a go anywhere vehicle, which can go on the water as well as on land! No need for a lake house with the Terrawind, as it can negotiate the water almost as well as the road – a veritable floating palace of luxury.