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Best Waterproof Headphones For 2011

by Tracy McGill •

Ever since we saw Michael Phelps with his headphones at the Olympics not only have we asked the question, “What’s on Michael Phelps’ iPod?”, but more importantly, “How can we too enjoy music in and around the water?”.  With science continuing to advance in developing underwater headphones, water lovers can now bring their tunes with them and still get quality …

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The Best Underwater Compact Digital Cameras: 2011

by Tracy McGill •

In years past, capturing the wonder of underwater life was left to those traveling with Jacques Cousteau or National Geographic. Today’s cameras offer the recreational water enthusiast the thrill of capturing their experiences to share with others. With so many camera manufacturers getting in on the underwater photography craze, it can be overwhelming to decide which one is best for …

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Gorilla Glue: A Solvent-Free Glue

by Justin Thomas •

Gorilla Glue is a non-toxic, solvent-free polyurethane glue. Natural glues like white glues (e.g. Elmer’s glue) or mastic are optimal, but this glue is much less toxic than most. It works well on wood, but it’s not as specific as most wood adhesives. It bonds pretty well on metals, stone, ceramics, and many plastics. It is waterproof, meaning it doesn’t …

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The Pocket Survival Pak

by Justin Thomas •

These are the best pocket-sized “survival kits” we’ve seen. They are a collection of minimalist survival tools packed into a tiny case — handy to have during wilderness travel or any other time a emergency situation could arise. They also include “Survival Instructions” with 33 illustrations printed on waterproof paper. The packs were designed by Doug Ritter who runs the …

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Ultrametaefficient: Cork Chaise Lounge by Daniel Michalik

by Justin Thomas •

This cork chaise lounge, designed by Daniel Michalik, qualifies as being ultrametaefficient because it is: made with a renewable material, light, aesthetic, waterproof and impervious to rot and mold. It can be used indoors or outdoors.