Onewind Hammock Review

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We have been testing the Onewind 11’ Double camping hammock with a bug net and under quilt over the past couple of months. Onewind Hammock Review The 11-foot double hammock with mosquito and hammock straps is a great value from Onewind. For around $65 you get a hammock, ridge cord, hammock straps, storage bag, and bug net. The hammock is …

Cobalt Cooler Review

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Pros Cons Seamless Rubber seal Drain plug not attached to the cooler Wheels 5 Day Ice retention for lightweight cooler Multiple carries options Value Clamp Closure Blue Coolers has just released a new lighter weight and smaller dimension cooler branded as Cobalt Coolers.  These cooler have been added to reduce the weight and overall size of large rotomolded coolers but …

Unigear Campfy P3 Air Sleep Pad Review

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The Unigear Campfire P3 air sleeping pad is a budget-friendly inflatable camping pad that is water repellent tear-resistant, quiet, and lightweight. The camp pad can be inflated using your mouth on the valve that’s self-sealing, or the inflatable bag that simply presses against the valve. It’s made from 40d310t nylon and uses a 150d Oxford strap. The packed down size …

RTIC Cooler Review

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RTIC 45 Cooler Review Pros Cons Great Value Drain plug not attached to the cooler Simple Design T-straps can break after extended use Drain Plugs on both sides Knotted handles that can slip Rtic Cooler Review Overview I have been personally using the RTIC 20 and RTIC 45 Coolers for the last couple of months to give you an honest …