The Original Feuerhand lantern, made in Germany.
This solid and high grade lamp, gives you light for about 20 hours with a full tank.
" Great easy to use lantern for around camp or the BBQ area. I use Paraffin as a fuel - it is easy to fill and light. The lantern gives off enough light so you can carry it around camp and gives any camping trip that old-time feel. If you want a brighter light, choose a Coleman. "
UCO 9 Hour Candle
Pack of 3, 9 hour candles.
" I carry one of these candles when I fancy a night in a natural shelter. The flickering glow from the candle gives that warm and inviting feeling in the shelter. "
UCO 9 HOUR CANDLE
Beal FF150 Headlamp
The headlamp that provides close proximity lighting as well as a long distance lighting simultaneously.
" Brilliant headtorch from this French manufacturer. Love the fit and adjustment, easy to operate, a powerful 110 lumen beam with good battery life.
A great no nonsense headtorch. "
BEAL FF150 HEADLAMP
The Nitecore P12 redefines what is possible from
a compact every day carry flashlight that is small enough to fit into a pocket.
With a maximum output of 1000 lumens from the Cree XM-L2 U2 LED and a range of
up to 232 meters, the P12 out performs every other light in its class with ease
while adding many unique and innovative features.
" WOW, 1000 lumens. This torch is awesome, small, powerful and decent battery life. With great waterproofness and impact resistance this torch suits me perfectly. "
Luci Outdoor 2.0
Outdoor 2.0 is our newest and most versatile Luci light yet. With more light settings, it's brighter than ever and longer lasting than the previous generation of Luci Outdoor.
" I have just used the Luci Outdoor 2.0 on a recent 3 day trip and loved it. Itís brilliant around camp especially when hammocking or breaking camp early in the dark. I attach it to my pack to solar charge throughout the day and generally get 8-10 hours of light on the low setting. Really, really good piece of kit. "
LUCI OUTDOOR 2.0
Silva Expedition Compass
The Silva Expedition Compass has everything you need - silicon rubber feet for precision map work, detachable safety-release lanyard, night-enabling luminous markings, magnifying lens, a clinometer for measuring slope angle, map-measuring scales in mm or inches, 1:25,000, 1:50,000 and GPS scales, plus built-in adjusters for magnetic declination (including permanent local adjustment). The Expedition can also map-measure 1:40,000.
" Shame to see my previous favourite compass go, the Silva 54, but the Expedition 4 is an accurate compass to ensure you get to your destination safely. "
SILVA EXPEDITION COMPASS
Navigation Romer Card
Coupled with the compass Romer Card is an essential piece of equipment.
" Although the 54 has a romer built into the base plate, you can take and issue more accurate grid references with a romer card - always carry a spare. "
NAVIGATION ROMER CARD
The tally counter is a major part or our navigation equipment.
" The Tally Counter is used for counting our paces while walking on a bearing. An important tool if you forget the amount of paces to a determined point. "
Rite In The Rain Pocket Note Book
These are the truly go-anywhere, anytime, in any weather notebooks. The pocket notebooks are conveniently sized to take with you on your outings.
" Rite-in-the-rain have revolutionised outdoor notation. Stowed in the Tas Tiger map case I have a note book for a journal and another for general notes and navigation. Use a pencil (HB), then once you have used your notes, rub them out and re-use the paper. "
RITE IN THE RAIN POCKET NOTE BOOK