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    1. Garmin eTrex Legend 8 MB GPS with
    $8.99 list($9.99)
    2. Weber Vinyl Cover Fits Weber Q
    $179.00 $176.03 list($199.00)
    3. Weber Q Portable Propane Gas Grill
    $79.99 list($170.00)
    4. Omni Swings n' Things Hammock
    $9.99 list($12.99)
    5. Weber Q Stainless Steel Tools
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    6. Swiss Army Climber Pocket Knife
    7. AeroBed Classic Plus
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    1. Garmin eTrex Legend 8 MB GPS with PC Cable
    list price: $214.99
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    Asin: B000058BCQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Garmin
    Sales Rank: 90
    Average Customer Review: 4.18 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Review

    There are now enough handheld global positioning system (GPS) receivers on the market that you can be choosy when it comes to price, features, and design. Garmin--a leading manufacturer of car, boat, and personal GPS receivers--has a complete line of eTrex handheld receivers, with our Legend falling about midrange.

    With WAAS support, the Legend offers extremely accurate readings (rated to within two to three meters). (For more on WAAS, see the Frequently Asked Questions section.) A good-sized screen--288 x 160 pixels--makes it easy to see location details, and the Legend redraws maps quickly when zooming in or out of a position.

    Its 8 MB of memory means there is also plenty of room for waypoints, routes, and saved tracks. The Legend will hold up to 500 waypoints, complete with a name and graphical symbol, 20 routes with 50 waypoints each, and it contains slots for 10 saved tracks. You can also download maps from Garmin's MapSource CD-ROMs (thorough but expensive accessories for the GPS receiver) to see street-level or topographic detail (depending on the CD-ROM title).

    But one of the most striking attributes of the Legend is its comfortable and efficient design. While it rests easily in the palm of either hand, it's most suited for the left hand, where its handy click-stick can be manipulated with the thumb. The click-stick works like the pencil-eraser nubbin on laptop PCs and is handy for moving through screen icons and menus. It also works as a button when pressed down.

    The Legend is coated with a waterproof, rubberized plastic shell that grips nicely. Weighing in at only 5.3 ounces, it fits into a pocket or clips onto a belt loop, going almost unnoticed.

    The internal trip computer of the Legend provided a range of data about our hikes and drives, including current speed, average speed, trip distance, and time traveled (both moving and stopped). For those interested in checking out their foot pace and distance traveled, it's a handy GPS to have in hand.

    Our only major beef with the Legend is that the receiver sometimes seemed to grow weak. Even when it wasn't in WAAS mode (which can be tough to maintain a signal in), it dropped the signal from time to time. We even lost the signal once while walking along the streets of San Francisco--it seems that the medium-size buildings were enough to interfere with the reception.

    But this only happened on a few occasions. Most of the time the well-designed Legend was able to keep us in touch with up to 12 GPS satellites for a strong-enough read to maintain a tight handle on our location. --J. Curtis


    • Comfortable, compact design
    • Click-stick for interface navigation
    • Bright backlight
    • Handy distance-traveled feature
    • Sporadic reception within urban areas
    • Can take several minutes for a cold fix
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    • Global positioning system (GPS) receiver with built-in Americas basemap
    • 8 MB of internal memory for map and data storage; PC cable included
    • Accuracy to less than 3 meters with WAAS correction data
    • Rocker switch on front panel for quick and accurate map panning
    • Compatible with optional Garmin MapSource software; includes serial PC interface

    Reviews (91)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent GPS
    This is my second GPS and the 4th I have operated. I have had plenty of experience with GPSs and my occupation requires their use extensively. Having traveled to many foreign countries, I can attest to this unit's ability to give you tons of info on where you are. I prefer simple electronics with minimal buttons, and this unit offers a tremendous amount of data with six buttons. If you are looking for the easiest to use, I suggest the Garmin E-trex. It is the most basic unit you'll find and still provides plenty of info.

    1) The map data installed in the unit is very detailed (for N. America).
    2) The ability to pre-plan routes via waypoints or corrodinates is fairly easy (esp. with the user guide)
    3) You can program what data you would like to see based on what you want to know
    4) For fisherman and hunters, this unit has special info for you (I didn't find this useful for me, but...)
    5) Again, relatively simple to use compared to other GPSs
    6) The ability to download map info from CD-ROM (invaluable)

    1) If you are going to use this in a car only, maybe you'd be better off with something that offers an exterior antenna
    2) Significantly more complex than the E-trex (but still easier to use than most)
    3) Be prepared to study in-depth the method of downloading from the CD-ROM

    Overall, this GPS has gone beyond my expectations. If you do any significant traveling (esp. in N. America), then you will find this GPS vital.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A Good Start
    I bought my Legend and the topo MapSource software last fall at a great price. I've used it for deer and turkey hunting, hiking, biking, and fun in the car. This unit takes a bit of getting used to but its operation is reasonably intuitive. (I'm an engineer.) I have down and uploaded weigh points, tracks and routes using the MapSource software. Before I bought my unit, I read some complaints about lack of topo detail. I find it adequate for my purposes. Be advised that the base map (which comes hard-coded in the system) does not correctly list the recently renumbered Pennsylvania highway exit numbers. Hopefully, Garmin will correct this promptly. Also, the topos are a bit dated but then so are the paper topos I usually carry. My suggestion is, if you like electronic toys, go for it. If these GPS manufacturers were smart, they would put software on the Internet that allowed open sharing of routes, waypoints, etc. Every trail in America would wind up electronically documented and these little critters would sell like popcorn.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Overpriced
    I don't understand why this item is priced $80.00 more than anywhere else I've found it. You might as well not even carry it. It's a disservice to your customers. Target usually has good prices, and I do a lot of shopping there.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Bought one for the second time.
    My wife and I got into Geocaching last year. We had a blast and had great results using our eTrex Legend. We ended up getting other distractions that kept us from GeoCaching so we decided to sell our Legend.

    Well a year later we decided to get backing to caching because of some friends so we went looking again for GPSr units and after looking nothing seems to have topped the Legend in the value section.

    I have read complaints about people losing sats but honestly from my previous experience, this only happened to us when the tree cover was almost completely blocked out the sky. I often used the unit indoors (near a window of course) and never had a problem using it in the car.

    There are a few items that I buy a second time around, the only one that comes to mind off hand was a FujiFilm FinePix 1300. I tend to like value and items that retain a resale value, and from experience, the Legend fits both of those categories.

    If you are looking for a sub $200 unit to Geocache with, this is the unit for you. With EasyGPS you can easily store and download Geocache waypoints to your Legend.

    Also I don't think anyone mentioned it, but the Legend has a ton of different waypoint icons you can use, it even has GeoCache and GeoCache Found icons.

    If I don't get the same results of the 2nd unit that I just ordered I will post it, but until then I am happy I stuck with the Legend.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great GPS at an Excellent Price
    Overall the Garmin eTrex Legend is a very good GPS receiver. Reception although not perfect is much better then what some of the reviews led me to believe. I lost tracking once on a 60 mile interstate trip for about 15 secs. Considering that is was cloudy, there is a reasonable amount of trees around the interstate and the GPS was on the passenger front seat I was pretty happy with the result. I managed to get a satellite lock indoors as well but only when in proximity to a window and even then it was sporadic. Average accuracy for me was about 20-30ft. When WAAS satellites are in sight I got as good as 7ft and you could actually see the car changing lanes on the tracking log.
    The 8MB memory is for the most sufficient for a detailed street map of a single metropolitan area. Although no where nearly as detailed the built-in base map is also useful.
    Battery life is good although not as good as advertised. WAAS does drain the batteries a little more so that may be the reason for my results.
    Interface and features are as good as can be expected from a device that size and in this price range. The click stick can be a bit uncomfortable for right handed people but nothing you can't get used to.
    Although I have not owned the device long it seems to be well built. I have not managed to put any scratches on the screen yet and I have taken few precautions.
    Overall this is a great GPS with reasonably good reception and accuracy. Features are excellent for the price range. The eTrex Legend is moderately useful on the road ( no auto routing on the GPS ) and very useful for hiking, marine and aviation applications. ... Read more

    2. Weber Vinyl Cover Fits Weber Q Gas Grill
    list price: $9.99
    our price: $8.99
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    Asin: B00008W71Z
    Catlog: Lawn & Patio
    Manufacturer: Weber
    Sales Rank: 69
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    • Heavy-duty vinyl
    • Front draw cord

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Keeps the Weber Q clean
    If you store your Weber Q outside, then you must get the vinyl cover. The material is well made so the cover will never rip. Fits perfect on the Weber Q. I Love it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Holds Large Vinyls and small 7"
    This record holder makes a great gift during christmas to those not so special relatives you can never buy anything for. It holds up to 15 old vinyl records, including the cover. I gave my uncle one of these along with 22 scratched Bing Crosby records and he really loved it. ... Read more

    3. Weber Q Portable Propane Gas Grill
    list price: $199.00
    our price: $179.00
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    Asin: B00008RC2Q
    Catlog: Lawn & Patio
    Manufacturer: Weber
    Sales Rank: 10
    Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars
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    Weber's Q hybrid gas grill has a uniquely funky design that allows it to serve equally well as a compact portable grill or as a full featured backyard grill at home. Its generous 280 square-inch porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grate offers plenty of grilling acreage for a pile of burgers, strip steaks, hot-dogs or a fish nearly as big as the one that got away. The lid offers a 7-inch tall capacity and can cover foods as big around as a whole chicken. At the same time, the Q folds up to only 31-1/2 inches for easy carrying, and the Q's glass reinforced nylon frame helps keep it lightweight without sacrificing strength or durability. It has two durable fold out side wings with built in tool holders to serve as work tables, and the lid on the handle is heat resistant, and large enough to offer an easy grip even when you're wearing a grilling mitt. There's an infinitely adjustable burner valve with a high quality regulator to allow for complete control of cooking temperatures, a push-button ignition for easy reliable lighting, and the Q is fueled by a standard 14.1 ounce propane cylinder (not included). The lid and body are made of durable cast aluminum, and have built in drip ducts to channel away juices and drippings, which then collect on an easy to reach and easy to clean lower tray. --Brian Trinen ... Read more


    • 12,000 Btu-per-hour input; 17.7 W x 32 L x 15.29 H inches, 42.4 pounds
    • Portable propane gas grill
    • Expansive 280 square inch porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grate
    • Goes together in under five minutes out-of-the-box
    • True Weber open-flame grilling wherever you are

    Reviews (33)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Love the Q!
    Husband & I recently bought a Q, after many years of happy grilling on a Weber charcoal grill. We'd been shopping for a gas grill for quite some time, but could not find a quality small grill. Most of the gas grills are just TOO BIG!

    We're usually grilling just for the two of us and we wanted a gas grill for the convenience. The Q certainly fits the bill. It's great! I've cooked steaks, burgers, chicken, fish, pork chops, zucchini, onion slices -- well, you get the picture -- and they've all turned out perfectly. It gets plenty hot and heats very evenly. The side tables are a marvelous addition. I was concerned that they might get "icky" when you fold them into the Q, but they're designed so that only the tiny little points on the corners touch the grate.

    The cart is a worthwhile addition. It could be a bit sturdier, but it works well enough and the Q fits snugly on top of it and sort of "locks down" under some plastic tabs. I bought a 5' LP adapter hose for $10 at the local sporting goods store (look in the camp stove aisle) so I can hook it up to a 20# tank. My only complaint is that the cart instructions say DO NOT store a tank on the cart, so the tank has to sit beside the Q. I'd rather be able to store the tank on the bottom rack of the cart, but I guess Weber has its reasons for instructing you not to do so.

    All in all, a great purchase!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Another Great Weber Grill
    This is my third Weber grill and first ever gas grill. I've been considering a gas grill for more convenience during the week, but didn't want one that took up much room. The Thermos and Coleman portable models that have come out in the last year interested me at first, but really just seemed to be outdoor grillpans/griddles. Then I saw the Q...

    The Q is a good looking, stylish grill. Added to that are clever design features (folding trays, ultra-light composite shell), a high quality regulator, and a cast iron cooking grate that weighs more than the rest of the grill. Weber has also designed accessories that add to the functionality of the Q. Out of the box, assembly is a breeze. A useful Owner's Guide and a nice recipe card booklet are provided.

    I've cooked one meal so far. The food cooked evenly across the whole surface. Once it was preheated, the medium gas setting was plenty to keep the heat up. I was very impressed with how well it cooked. Also, don't be fooled by the thought of a portable grill being small -- the Q can handle a lot of food. I had 4 sausages and 12 large shrimp on it and there was plenty of room for more.

    As a longtime dedicated charcoal guy, I find that gas grilling just doesn't provide the same flavor. But the Q has won me over for quick, clean, and convenient weeknight cooking. The idea of being able to take it on the road adds to the value. It may even prove to be a handy double-burner for weekend barbecues. Thanks, Weber, for another great grill.

    (Update: I've now grilled potato planks, chicken breast, pork chops, pizza, polenta, pinwheel skirt steaks, garlic bread, eggplant, mushrooms, and beef skewers. All have turned out pefectly. Can't say enough about the cooking grate and evenness of cooking across the entire surface.)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best BBQ grill ever
    If it's possible for a grill to revolutionize BBQ'ing as mankind knows it, then this is the grill. Seriously! I was always a diehard charcoal BBQ guy, and I've had weber grills in the past and have been very happy with them. But I recently moved to an apartment complex where I could not have a charcoal grill. When I saw the Weber Q grill, it was love at first sight. The design is both attractive yet practical. The purchase was a no brainer as I new I had to have a gas grill, eve though I still would have rather had a charcoal one for the sheer flavor. Well after getting this home and cooking a dozen burgers and dogs for myself and some friends I was completely overwhelmed. I had never tasted gas-grilled burgers which tasted so good. Furthermore, this thing heats up so fast, it's just amazing. In 3 minutes the grill is hot and ready to go, and that grill, solid cast iron, holds the heat and cooks beautifully. I've never been able to cook those cool grill marks on burgers and steaks before. Believe me, you will cook perfect burgers and steaks, with those grill marks, while retaining all the flavor and juiciness. This grill is awesome. Unfortunately I paid $30 more than what Amazon is charging because I bought it from a specialty BBQ store and I needed it that day, but trust me, this is the best grill you will ever buy.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great little grill!
    I echo the positive sentiments of all reviewers past. Goes together quickly. I also have the stand & the cover. Just used the grill for a 4th of July mini-cookout. Perfect for the 2 of us. I can easily see this grill handling enough food for many more people without a problem. Came up to cooking-temperature very fast and cooked our steak tips and burgers nice and evenly. It was a very windy day here as well and I had no problem at all with the grill staying lit. Never once did I lose the flame.
    Very durable - I tipped it over while it was resting on the Weber Q cart. It rolled a few times on the lawn but was unscathed in the end. Not even a scratch. Needless to say I am very impressed with the quality of this product!
    Like some others mentioned, I am using the 16oz propane cylinders after a minor tweak to the holder. No problems there either.
    Even though we have more than enough room for a full-size grill, I like being able to store the grill in a small space. After using this one, I can see no reason to get a full-size grill.
    I would strongly recommend this grill. It truly lives up to all the hype.

    4-0 out of 5 stars No space? No problem!
    Living in a small top floor condo, I needed a grill that was small, yet worked well enough to cook a good family-sized meal. So after doing a little research on the internet, and by reading magazines; I settled on the Weber Q Portable Gas Grill.

    This grill is very nice for a portable grill. It's got an attractive functional design which allows it to fold up when transporting it, or when its not in use. Although it doesn't generate as much heat as bigger grills, it does have enough power to cook about 5-7 large hamgburgers at once easily. The burner is basically a rectangular metal tube with tiny holes from which the flames emerge from. The burner itself rests below the grill about 7-8inches. This makes a hotspot that is about center, but slightly towards the cover's hinges. Around the center of the grill, there is ample space for indirect cooking, but if you plan on cooking a large pork roast, this still maybe a bit small. Still, for most other things like hamburgers, chicken legs, ribs, and hot dogs; the Weber Q works very well.

    As far as taste goes, charcoal is still the best, but I would rather use a good gas grill like this one in favor of its easy clean up. The Weber Q's porcelain/cast iron grill can be easily removed and cleaned with soapy water and some good scrubbing. The drip pan is easily accessible as well as the bottom of the grill itself - where all the ash and drippings collect. This can be easily cleaned with some 409 cleaner and a scrubber. Typically it takes me about 15-20 minutes to clean my Weber Q after I finish using it. And best of all, I can do it all in my small kitchen, without having to go downstairs to the shared water hose.

    The Weber Q uses 14.1 ounce Propane gas canisters. These last about 1.5 hours, so I would recommend at least 3 for a weekend bar-b-que. These cansisters can be easily screwed into place, and held by a fitted metal ring. I should point out that the Weber Q is made to work with the 14.1 ounce canisters because this metal ring is sized for them specifically. You could also buy an attachment that allows for the larger, more common propane tank to connect to it, but I think that would cut down on its portability. Also note that these canisters should not be disposed of like other trash. Typically, hardware stores like Orchard Supply are willing to dispose of them for you. In my case, I usually give them my used canisters when I go there to buy more.

    Perhaps the only real downside to this grill is that it does not come with a stand. You would be forced to kneel, or sqaut to get to your grill as a result. Weber does make a stand, but it costs another $25-30. So if you want to save yourself from some back pain, definitely get the stand. Of course, this brings the price of the grill to almost $200. And that's somewhat expensive for a portable grill. Still, I do like the ease with which the Weber Q folds up and how portable it is (the stand folds up as well). So if you have little space and want to grill decent amounts of food, I suggest checking this grill out. It's expensive, but it's a very good portable grill. ... Read more

    4. Omni Swings n' Things Hammock Stand, Green
    list price: $170.00
    our price: $79.99
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    Asin: B00005BAJ7
    Catlog: Lawn & Patio
    Manufacturer: Omni Swings n' Things
    Sales Rank: 55
    Average Customer Review: 3.79 out of 5 stars
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    • Overall assembled length measures; 15 feet long by 40 inches wide by 48 inches tall
    • Tough 11-gauge steel supports 500 lbs.
    • Green powder coat finish resists weathering
    • Universal design accomodates most hammocks
    • Allows use of a hammock virtually anywhere, indoors or out

    Reviews (14)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product, easy to handle, simple design
    I've been using this stand (and the hammock combo) for about 6 weeks now and I couldn't be happier. The stand is 5 pieces that go together easily, no tools, muss, or fuss. It was exactly what I needed since my yard has exactly one tree.

    The hammock that Amazon basically gave away with the combo is not the best hammock you can buy (I mostly use my own) but you can't really argue with free. It is a almost too short for my 6' height and the ropes are quite a bit thicker than the hammock I had previously (and still mostly use). I take this hammock with me on picnics and such and figure it's disposable if it gets damaged while on the road.

    I am not a small person, 6' 270 lbs., and I do have the hammock in the highest position using the chains, but I have had no problems with the stand or the hammock. Two good sized people and a child have used the hammock with no problems (still under the stated 500 lb. limit).

    Because of the simplicity of design and the easy breakdown and setup I have taken the hammock to picnics and parties in my trunk (I do have to fold the back seat down to fit the long pieces).

    My only wish were that the pipe ends had some kind of rubber seal, or maybe a locking pin, that would make it a little easier for one person to move the stand around when mowing (it comes apart easily if you try to pull on one end, but never while using it). If you have two people carefully moving it there is no problem, with one person you have to walk it back and forth.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Cool Stand and Durable
    This is a great hammock stand. I bought it for my husband along with a great hammock from amazon for his birthday last summer. This stand is so strong and durable. My husband and I and all 4 of our young children have laid in the hammock and it never wobbled. It's easy to move to mow around and the green blends in with the woods and grass around our yard. A MUST FOR ANY HAMMOCK USER!!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good but not the best
    I bought the set with the hammock plus this stand. I will say it was worth the $99 I spent but it does have negatives. The stand has no interlocking parts. This makes the stand hard to move when it is assembled as it does not lock together. This annoys me as the locking parts would have probably cost an extra $3 on the price. Cutting corners like this seems almost foolish to me as the locks would be worth it. Otherwise the stand seems strong and works well. The hammock I recieved had a tag made in India and by the looks of it labor was not the only thing they saved on. The rope looks kind of cheap and the hammock needs to be hung high or when your in it you will sit on the floor. I guess for free I am happy enough with the hammcok but it is cheaply made!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Omni Swings n' Things Hammock Stand,Green
    I purchased the hammockstand and hammock in two seperate orders. I received the hammock than used the Ups tracking on the day they said it went out for delivery,itstated that the carrier refused it due to damage and that it was being returned to sender. The next day the Ups delivered it with an apology from the driver and said that he was told to deliver it to me. The box it cam in was worn,and nothing but tape all around holding the box together. After taking the stand out of the box it went together in less than five minutes. The hammock stand is great with my only complaint is how it was shipped. One thing also is the customer has to supply the hooks and chains which costs around four dollars.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't Fit
    I bought the hammock with accompanying stand. The rope hammock is way too long for the stand. My teenager weighs about 100lbs
    and when he gets in the hammock,it stretches so much that he is virtually on the ground. Bought as Christmas present and what a disappointment this summer. Looks pretty, thus one star. I suggest you buy only the hammock and make sure you have two big trees to tie it tautly. ... Read more

    5. Weber Q Stainless Steel Tools
    list price: $12.99
    our price: $9.99
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    Asin: B00008W720
    Catlog: Lawn & Patio
    Manufacturer: Weber
    Sales Rank: 56
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    • Durable stainless steel
    • Snaps under the built-in tool bar

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars If You've Got The Q or Baby Q, You've Gotta Get The Tools
    OK, I like to complete the set of whatever I buy. I purchased the Baby Q and had to have the cart b/c the Baby Q set perfectly atop the cart. I purchased the cart and had to have the tools b/c the tools fit perfectly in the little notches on the cart. The marketing team at Weber must know how this red blooded male thinks because I've always gotta buy the other stuff that goes along with whatever I buy.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nice accessories that work well with your new toy.
    The tools are sturdy, easy to clean and fairly priced. They are easy to use, and it's cool that they can click into the folding shelves on your Q Grill Great item for the gadget freak that needs to complete their mobile Q kit.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect companion for the Weber Q
    Love these tools. They work perfect with the Weber Q. Well constructed stainless steel, that is very easy to clean. They can be stored under one of the side tables and when using the grill the special hole in the tool can be hung on either side table.

    If you have the Weber Q, you will love the Weber Q tools.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great on Your Back
    These ergonomic backscratchers are really the best when you have a hard to reach itch along your spinal cord. These can even be used to massage your legs or feet or even a pet dog's hairy back. They are stainless also so you can use them on a pet turtle underneath a tank of water. ... Read more

    6. Swiss Army Climber Pocket Knife
    list price: $34.99
    our price: $19.99
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    Asin: B00004YVBA
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Victorinox
    Sales Rank: 324
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    From the renowned company that created the Swiss Army knife acentury ago comes this 13-item set of stainless-steel tools--all neatlycontained inside a single implement that measures just 3-1/2 incheslong. Sheathed in the famous Swiss Army red plastic, the Climber pocketknife is a toolbox small enough to fit into a pocket. (It also comeswith a key ring.) A valued companion, this pocket knife carries alifetime warranty against defects.The tools include a large knife blade, small knife blade, can opener,small screwdriver, bottle opener, large screwdriver, wire stripper,reamer/punch, tweezers, plastic toothpick, scissors, hook, andcorkscrew. --Fred Brack ... Read more


    • Includes key ring; lifetime warranty against defects
    • Contains 13 stainless-steel tools
    • Large knife blade, small knife blade, large screwdriver, small screwdriver, reamer/punch
    • Can opener, bottle opener, wire stripper, tweezers, toothpick, scissors, hook, corkscrew
    • Just 3-1/2 inches long

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent pocketknife, but you'll miss the screw-driver..
    This classic Swiss Army knife will serve you well -- I've had mine for going on 10 years. However, this model does not have a Phillips-head screwdriver function, which I find extremely useful. If you can deal with that missing element, I'd say, buy away!
    Enjoy! ... Read more

    7. AeroBed Classic Plus

    Asin: B00063SMUG
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Aero
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (2)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Leaky!!!
    I bought 3 of these beds and they ALL leaked within a month! WAY too expensive for that to happen and I'm NOT the only one that has experienced this. They are NO Good for long term use and because the Leak is so small, I cannot find it to Repair it! I just have to continue to blow it up 5-6 times during the night! Awful!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars I Like It
    I wasn't so sure if I'd like my AeroBed.I ordered it because I needed an additional bed at home and I didn't have space for another bed, and I didn't want to get a sleeper sofa.

    I expected some fairly cheap manufacture and inflated [pardon the pun] claims about its useabilty.Well, I was surprised.

    The unit is very well made.They've got that down.The seams are sturdy, the material is thick, and the pump and valve are first-rate.What more could you ask?

    I'm now a fan of the bed.I'd recommend it.Aero also sells a bunch of accessories on their website such as collapsible bed stands to get the inflatable mattress off the floor; inflatable pillows, etc.

    I think you'll be pleased that it's not cheaply made.I was. ... Read more

    8. Weber Propane Gas Go-Anywhere Grill
    list price: $59.00
    our price: $49.70
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    Asin: B00004RALK
    Catlog: Lawn & Patio
    Manufacturer: Weber
    Sales Rank: 18
    Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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    Weber's Go-Anywhere gas grill adds convenience to the fun of camping and tailgating. This compact unit has a surprisingly generous grilling area--large enough to fit four medium steaks. The push-button ignition system makes lighting the fire easier than ever, and the patented heat-distributing Flavorizer bar ensures that your food cooks evenly and efficiently every time.

    You can lock the lid into place with the pivoting legs and carry this lightweight grill around in one hand. Built-in lid hangers allow you to rest the lid on the side of the grill to create an effective barrier against the wind. The triple-nickel-coated steel grate is easy to clean, and the porcelain-enameled steel lid and cooking box are built to last. ... Read more


    • Sturdy porcelain-enamled cooking box and lid resist rust
    • Propane gas grill with easy-to-use push-button ignition system
    • Patented heat-distributing Flavorizer bar
    • Pivoting legs lock lid in place, add safety
    • Triple nickel-plated cooking grate provides 160 square inches of cooking surface

    Reviews (40)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great little grill
    I've owned a Weber Go-Anywhere for a couple of years now and it's been a regular part of my outdoor cooking. Gets up to temperature quickly and is great for grilling simple stuff like salmon, chicken and sausages. The food doesn't taste *quite* as good as my mesquite-fired kettle BBQ but the Go-Anywhere also doesn't take 30 minutes to fire up.

    The piezzo lighter flaked out on my Weber a couple of months after I bought it but it's pretty easy to light with a match. As another review mentioned, they do rust pretty quickly but they're really sturdy and basic. It grills as well as it did when I first bought it.

    Strongly recommended for folks looking for a small, no-nonsense (or frills) gas BBQ.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great portable grill that won't disappoint
    This Webber gas grill is a joy to use. It is easily portable (perfect for tailgating, picnics ...) and simple to use. You can buy the propane tanks in any department store ...I have found that one propane can... is enough for at least 3 grill times (for 2 people).

    The food itself cooks well and has a nice flavoring. Dogs, burgers and ribs have all come out very well using this grill. There is enough surface area to feed about 3 adults on average.

    My only complaint would be that the gas starter button is a little flimsy; you need to be careful when starting it. But this is a great product and I love using it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars There just isn't a better portable grill anywhere.
    I remember in college my roomie had this old gas hibachi purchased at WalMart for about $25. It was all we could use at the apartment, so it had to be small. It cooked unevenly, never got super hot, but got us through two years of school.

    Fast forward nine years later, where $50 doesn't seem like a huge sum of cash anymore. Based on some reviews here, I ordered it up. I have cooked ten meals on it - pork, chicken, burgers, fish tonight. It cooks better than ANY grill I have used before, full-size or not.

    It gets pretty hot, for one. The drip pan over the pro-style burner tube vaporizes all of the fallen juices, smoking things up real good and giving food a great flavor. You just have to let it crank for 10 minutes on high to get up to temp, then adjust the temp to your liking.

    You can tell out of the box the difference Weber makes in grill making. It is heavier than you would think. The burner tube is a full length unit, covering the enetire cooking area. The regulator is even better than on the portable grills you find at K Mart. The drip pan replaces those terrible, smoky, greasy lava rocks. The ignitor is a nice touch.

    Some keys to good grilling though - always, always keep the lid on. Don't poke your food - lets all the juices out!

    Only cons to this unit -- the disposable propane tanks get expensive, and this grill goes through them pretty quickly (if you use the grill every day, of course). And lastly, the right side of the unit cooks ever so slightly cooler then the rest of the unit (good for veggies, etc).

    Best portable anywhere!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Little Grill
    I bought this grill specifically for tailgating at PetCo Park when my beloved Milwaukee Brewers came to town. Since PetCo doesn't allow charcoal grills, I had to settle for cooking my brats over gas. I was able to cook four brats, two ears of corn and some beer soaked onions in tin foil all at the same time with this grill. There was even a breeze that day, and it didn't blow the flame out. The only small complaint is the starter didn't work too well - luckily, I brought a pack of matches along just in case. Otherwise, this grill worked just fine!

    5-0 out of 5 stars HOW MANY BTU'S

    9. Nissan Travel Companion 0.79-Quart Stainless-Steel Insulated Bottle
    list price: $34.00
    our price: $19.99
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    Asin: B00004S1CY
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Nissan
    Sales Rank: 92
    Average Customer Review: 4.89 out of 5 stars
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    Virtually unbreakable, this lightweight, vacuum-insulated thermos travels to work or recreation easily, and for hours afterward, coffee, tea, or broth will still be hot. Or lemonade, iced tea, or a sports drink will still be chilled. Tapered toward the top and slim enough (11 inches high, 3 inches in diameter at bottom) to safely pour with one hand, it slips into a briefcase or backpack. Pouring is a snap--twist off the cup, which holds 6 ounces of liquid, twist the stopper a few turns and pour through a no-drip slot (there's one for righthanders, another for lefthanders) without removing the stopper. Fine threading ensures the stopper seals tightly, while the exterior has a handsome satin finish. The smooth interior cleans with sponge or cloth, and preheating or prechilling with hot or cold water is recommended. --Fred Brack ... Read more


    • Five-year warranty against defects
    • Keeps beverages hot or cold for hours
    • Holds nearly 26 ounces
    • Easy, no-drip pouring without removing stopper
    • Hand wash with mild detergent

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Keeps it at temperature and in the thermos!
    I have a busy schedule, so I have found myself running out of the house with my coffee in an insulated mug - keeping it in hand as I make my way to the subway, since it doesn't have a sealed lid. After about a month of this charade, I decided to buy a thermos - a coworker had given a stellar recommendation to purchase a Thermos Nissan. I don't regret it one bit. I bought the 750ml model, and it fits upright in my messenger bag - but I have also had it completely horizontal in the bag without any worries about leakage. And the coffee is piping hot! Just make sure to prep the thermos with boiling water before you put the coffee in, and you're good to go all day. This is the best thermos on the market - bar none - except maybe for their Titanium model - but that's like [$$]! Unless you're some sort of uber yuppie, stick with the stainless model and use the extra [$$]towards detailing your Volvo!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great thermos for coffee or tea
    When I bought this bottle I had pretty high expectations because of previously owning a similar one, and having been issued a much larger one of the same type from the Army. The Nissan Travel Companion met my expectations completely. It will keep coffee hot for 48 hours if you need it to and are leaving it full for that time. The time degrades from that to about 8 hours if you are drinking the contents. If you fill the bottle with hot water, let it sit for a few minutes, to heat up the inside of the bottle, and then fill it with your coffee, it will stay hot for as long as you leave it full and unopened. Sounds silly, but try it.

    Most days, I actually want to drink some of my coffee before the day has passed and the thermos works well for that too. I make a pot (7 cups will fit) in the morning, rinse the bottle out with very hot water, and I drink my coffee throughout the day. It is very hot for most of the day, into the evening. If a cup or two remain at the end of the day, they will not stay hot into the next morning. It only works for more then a day, if you leave it completely full, and don't open it until you want to drink it.

    The bottle is well made. I've had it for almost 6 months now and use it every day. I even use it on weekends so I can turn my coffee pot off. It keeps the coffee fresher and just as hot as leaving it on the heating burner.

    I only recommend this thermos (or any stainless steel bottle) for black coffee, tea, or hot water. Add your cream and sugar or whatever afterwords. Vacuum bottles are not dishwasher safe and it is dangerous to put food stuffs in it because you won't be able to get it completely clean. Coffee and tea can be rinsed out without a problem.

    Summary. Keeps fluids hot for up to 8 hours of normal use. Up to 48 hours of full quantity storage. Very durable and drip proof. Not dishwasher safe, and should not be used with soup, cream, milk, or sugar.

    Conclusion. Is day old coffee still "day old" if it is still piping hot?

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent thermos
    I bought the Nissan travel companion based on the reviews on Amazon and have no regrets whatsoever. I have been delighted with it. My friends were amazed when I told them that the steaming-hot coffee I was pouring in the late afternoon had gone in at 6 a.m. The stainless steel construction seems sturdy and gives the bottle a classy look. Plus, how often are you going to purchase a bottle that says has pouring instructions in Japanese on the stopper?

    5-0 out of 5 stars great thermos!
    I wanted for something on the go or for around the house. It keeps beverages hot for hours and after 8 hours, it kept it the same hotness as when I put it in!! Could even still see the steam! The cup is nice too and I haven't had a problem that I burned my self. It keeps drinks cold too which is what I wanted too. I can keep it in my car in the holder but since its so high, its not too good to keep it there so I keep in on the seat and so far no spills. It slim and I like the pouring lid so you don't have to take the whole lid off - great thermos and for $20 - a great bargain!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars It was well worth it when it cost $30....
    It was well worth it when this thermos cost $30, but for $20 it is a steal! I bought it out of necessity for a thermos; its usefulness and function exceeds my expectation. I keep it on my desk, and I find that coffee is still hot well into the afternoon. And it's the perfect size, holding just about half a pot of coffee.

    Kudos to Nissan for an exceptional product! ... Read more

    10. 14' Trampoline Enclosure

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    Asin: B00005V3EK
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Variflex, Inc.
    Sales Rank: 5088
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Buy it!
    this is great for kids, it is very good and it holds about seven people! Definitly buy this product! ... Read more

    11. Weber 121020 Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill
    list price: $49.00
    our price: $39.69
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    Asin: B00004RALJ
    Catlog: Lawn & Patio
    Manufacturer: Weber
    Sales Rank: 71
    Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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    Weber's Go-Anywhere charcoal grill makes a great companion for camping and tailgate parties. This compact unit has a surprisingly generous grilling area--large enough to fit four medium steaks. You can lock the lid into place with the pivoting legs and carry this lightweight grill around in one hand. Built-in lid hangers allow you to rest the lid on the side of the grill to create an effective barrier against the wind. The triple-nickel-coated steel grate is easy to clean, and the porcelain-enameled steel lid and cooking box are built to last. ... Read more


    • Engineered with no nuts and bolts
    • Legs pivot to lock legs in place
    • Easy portability
    • Packs away nicely in a tight space

    Reviews (14)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for tailgaiting but never quiet hot enough
    I bought this nifty little grill for tailgaiting and to use on the cramped deck of my apartment in the city. For those purposes, it's great -- it folds up into a secure, compact little unit that goes anywhere without a fuss. It's also well constructed and has held together through several years of rough use.

    Be aware though that it's definitely not a good choice if you're doing a lot of grilling in one place -- it never quite gets hot enough to work well as a primary grill, even if you leave the cover on and let it preheat before adding your meat. Any wind at all strips the heat right out of it, even with the lid on.

    Make sure you stock up on the little gas cylinders or get the tank adapter -- nothing worse than running out of fuel in the middle of a batch of food.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Takes a lot of abuse
    First of all, despite some comments here that would lead you to believe otherwise, this is NOT a gas grill. The dead giveaway is the word "charcoal" in the product title.

    Even though this is designed to be a travel grill (with folding legs that secure the cover in place), I use it as my primary grill. I like to grill at all times of the year so I leave it on the patio all year round and sometimes have to dig through a snowdrift to find it. I'm surprised it hasn't rusted out yet since it has been sitting outside for more than five years. The wood parts are weathered, but still no sign of metal corrosion. When this one eventually goes I'll probably get small round Weber since I really don't need the travel feature.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad, but not outstanding either
    It does the job, but as one reviewer said, it doesn't get very, very hot. Hot enough to cook meat well - yes, but the hamburgers don't have a terrific taste, just an average + ordinary taste. This would all be fine if I only paid $24.99 for it, but I paid $49.99. It is well made of good materials, but honestly, I don't see where it's much different from what they're selling at Wal-Mart for thirtysomething dollars or less.

    5-0 out of 5 stars BBQ Toolbox!
    I had a similarly designed Sunbeam charcoal tabletop that rusted out after 15 years. I had given up on finding a replacement until I saw this gem on amazon. It has the same compact design as the Sunbeam, a stable base, wind resistant grilling, AND THE QUALITY OF A WEBER!!!! The best feature is the folding legs that lock the contents inside the grill and allow easy portability. I know this one will last longer than the pressed metal of the old one. Thank you.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for tailgaiting but never quite hot enough
    I bought this nifty little grill for tailgaiting and to use on the cramped deck of my apartment in the city. For those purposes, it's great -- it folds up into a secure, compact little unit that goes anywhere without a fuss. It's also well constructed and has held together through several years of rough use.

    Be aware though that it's definitely not a good choice if you're doing a lot of grilling in one place -- it never quite gets hot enough to work well as a primary grill, even if you leave the cover on and let it preheat before adding your meat. Any wind at all strips the heat right out of it, even with the lid on.

    Make sure you stock up on the little gas cylinders or get the tank adapter -- nothing worse than running out of fuel in the middle of a batch of food. ... Read more

    12. Mr. Heater MH9B 9,000 BTU Portable Buddy Propane Heater
    list price: $129.95
    our price: $69.99
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    Asin: B00005LEXI
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Mr. Heater
    Sales Rank: 34
    Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars
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    The lightweight and portable Mr. Heater MH9B propane heater is amust for anyone looking to stay warm in cold conditions. Designed foruse indoors or out, the MH9B heats up 2,000 square feet of spacequickly, safely, and efficiently. A spark-to-light ignition andautomatic low-oxygen shutoff system make the MH9B a safe alternative toother heaters. Use it in the garage or workshop, while camping, at thecabin, in the fish house, while hunting--anywhere you need to stay warm.Pack it in your car trunk for roadside emergencies, or fire it up as abackup heater on those cold nights when the power goes out in your home.Freestanding or wall mounted, this is one heater you'll feel confidentusing for years to come. --Carl Thress ... Read more


    • Runs for up to six hours on one disposable propane cylinder
    • 4,000 or 9,000 BTU radiant propane heater
    • Low-oxygen shutoff system operates automatically
    • Designed for indoor/outdoor use
    • Uses the standard 1-pound disposable propane cylinder

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
    This heater is excellent and the perfect fit, for a certain set of requirements.

    If you have electricity, use an electric heater. Don't bother with the hassel of propane. The cost isn't too different and the hassel factor is much higher than electricity.

    I also don't recommend using the small canisters. That's an inconvinient way to go as well.

    BUT. If you don't have power and need a cheap, safe heat source that you can run while you sleep, this is the best one made. Buy the 12' hose, place a 20lb propane tank outside, and run this heater all night with just a small crack in a window or door (just in case!). You will get > 100 hours of heat out of a tank of propane! Less than a buck to run it all night.

    Highly recommended under the right circumstances.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Carbon monoxide and propane
    I don't (yet) have this heater but it is on my wish list.

    I'm posting this merely to point out the inaccuracies and potentially DANGEROUS information in the poster who states that propane does not produce CO (Carbon Monoxide). Visit this site and you'll get plenty of information about this: .

    Like all fuels, propane gas requires oxygen to burn completely. Appliance malfunctions, vent system blockage and improper installation will reduce the oxygen supply. When this happens, the fuel will not burn properly, releasing CO into the room, and long term exposure can lead to CO poisoning.

    A bigger problem here is that in an enclosed area, the propane heater can consume oxygen. In an oxygen-starved room, the propane will continue to burn, and WILL produce carbon monoxide. This manufacturer was smart enough to include an oxygen sensor to avoid this dangerous situation. In fact, this manufacturer is a FOUNDING MEMBER of a Coalition for Portable Radiant Heater Safety. You will find very few portable heaters that are rated for indoor use today. This is one of them and you should be able to use this safely.

    2-0 out of 5 stars you people are missing the boat on safety!
    the main byproducts of propane combustion are carbon DIoxide and water...not carbon MONoxide. You will expire long before your carbon monoxide detector sounds. It's not what this unit produces, it's what it consumes...oxygen. a little ventilation is all that's required to safely operate this unit, and reduce condensation.
    Personally I would never use a radiant heater while sleeping, especially in a tent! Radiant heaters heat THINGS, not AIR,if one of those things being exposed to this radiant energy is highly flammable you'll have a serious problem. I have personal knowledge of a radiant heater (albeit a larger AC model) igniting a stack of paper over 3ft away!
    a safer, lower cost alternative might be a catalytic heater like the coleman procat... though it has a much lower btu output, it's heating air...not emitting radiant energy. In a large a tent or the like...catalytic.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Save Your Money
    I purchased this heater and it was a problem from day one. Out of about one hundred attempts to light, it has only worked three times! The pilot light ignites without problem, but it refuses to work beyond this point. Two out of the three times it worked, it went out when I tried to turn the control from high to low. I have since purchased three butane heaters that work flawlessly. I would not recommend this unit.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Can not handle wind or breeze
    I bought this with the hope of using it at our kids outdoor sporting events, but, when ever there was a breeze, the heater would shut off. This heater is a perfect size instead of carrying a large propane tank heater, but could not stand up to the elements. Works great with no wind. If they could just make it wind proof, it would be perfect. ... Read more

    13. Weber 40020 Smokey Joe Gold Charcoal Grill
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $34.69
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    Asin: B00004RALP
    Catlog: Lawn & Patio
    Manufacturer: Weber
    Sales Rank: 39
    Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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    Perfect for cookouts, tailgate parties, or car camping, Weber's Smokey Joe Gold grill is the classic traveling grill. With its 14-1/2-inch-diameter grate, the Smokey Joe Gold easily cooks three steaks at a time or twice as many burgers. The porcelain-enameled bowl and lid resist rust and deliver even heat. When it's down, the lid lock doubles as a lid holder, letting you slide the lip out of the way while you cook. And, when the feast is done, simply fasten the lid lock over the top handle, pick up, and go. As an added bonus, Weber throws in a 31-page owner's guide filled with cooking tips and time-tested recipes for grilling everything from pork chops to bratwurst to Cornish hens. ... Read more


    • Porcelain-enamled bowl and lid
    • Glass reinforced nylon handle
    • Triple nickel-plated 14-1/2-inch cooking grate
    • Lid lock for carrying
    • 10-year limited warranty

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Grill for Home or Travel
    This is the third little Weber I've had in the past 20 years - I've never worn one out; the first two were stolen! I like the locking handle on the new model. One great feature of these grills is that when you are done cooking, you can close all the vents and the fire will go out in about 15-20 minutes, saving whatever's left of your charcoal for the next time. With the handle locked, it won't spill in the back of your pickup on the way home.

    It really does do a great job of cooking, as good as the larger Webers, just for a smaller crowd. We had a Mulberry tree trimmed in our yard and I saved all the chipped up wood to use for smoke flavoring. You still need a charcoal fire for heat; just throw in a handful of chips before you put the meat & corn on the cob in and close the top vent down to make it smoke. Mmmmm, Mmmmm!

    You can eat like a gourmet anywhere you tote this to! Just add a cooler full of longnecks.....

    5-0 out of 5 stars excellent grill makes great gift
    we've used the smokey joe for 10-12 years,had to replace the original 2 years ago. we gave each of our three children one for won't find a better grill for steaks, burgers or dogs and we also use it for a slab of ribs occasionly. it vents well,which means you can control how your meat is cooked. the gold smokey is built even better than the original smokey, we will get one as soon as our smokey wears out, maybe 9-10 years from now! don't be fooled by lookalikes, get the weber.

    5-0 out of 5 stars We always go back to our Webers...
    We have owned a weber of some type for over 25 years, (charcoal that is). This Smokey Joe is the greatest. You can jusify firing up a small load of charcoal for just a few burgers or steaks with this one. Haul in the boat to the beach. Haul it in the car for a picnic. You won't be sorry you spent the $ on this even as a second grill to your big one.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great for "Cooking on the Road"
    The Beautiful Pacific Northwest
    This is the perfect charcoal grill for taking on a trip. We recently took an RV trip with friends throughout Oregon/Idaho/Washington. This little grill was perfect for an end of the day BBQ of steaks, chicken, or ribs. The close up and lock handle is perfect for packing it back in the RV. The side and top vents are designed for keeping the coals going and the lack of bottom vents is a PLUS because the ashes stay in the grill, not in your RV storage compartment.

    This one exceeded my expectations and allowed us to cook in the outdoors. Thanks Weber!

    5-0 out of 5 stars 1978 sloppy joe
    In '78 or'79 I bought a Weber "sloppy joe" coal burning barbeque.
    It costed over $40.00 back then. It is similar to you "smoking joe" but no clamping handle on top

    It's still a favorite of mine, but the name is worn off the handle, and some enamel is missing.

    Love that old barbeque. ... Read more

    14. Bodum Brazil Unbreakable 3-Cup Coffee Press, Black
    list price: $23.00
    our price: $16.99
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    Asin: B0000U6PV8
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Bodum
    Sales Rank: 2197
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Bodum’s Brazil press utilizes unbreakable polycarbonate for its carafe, which makes this model an excellent choice for campers, students, or travelers who like to make fine coffee on the road. This 12-ounce model is ideal for making just enough coffee to fill a commuter mug. The press method is considered by many aficionados to be the best way to make a perfect cup of coffee, since no paper filter absorbs and removes the essence of the flavor. To make coffee with the press, remove the plunger/top ensemble, add coarse ground coffee to the glass carafe, add hot (but not boiling) water, stir with a spoon, and position the top and plunger in place. Allow the coffee to brew for about four minutes before slowing pushing down on the plunger. Pushing too hard or too quickly may cause hot liquid to squirt out. The domed lid features a slotted spout cover for pouring. To clean, simply scoop out the used grounds and pop the entire unit into the dishwasher. Made in Denmark, the press measures 8-3/4 by 5-1/4 inches and comes with a plastic coffee measuring spoon. --Ann Bieri ... Read more


    • Dishwasher-safe
    • Unbreakable French press is great for travel
    • 12-ounce polycarbonate beaker
    • Heat-resistant top, handle, and base
    • Special filter reduces sediment

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    5-0 out of 5 stars simple and convenient java
    A lot of my travel takes me to places where good coffee just isn't found (particulary a lot of former British colonies...). This little device is the solution. As easy to use and clean as almost any french press, although the filter screen does not unscrew from the plunger rod. In a perfect world you wouldn't brew coffee in plastic/polycarbonate, but this carafe stands up to the banging around of travel, and you don't have to worry about finding broken glass shards when you open your suitcase upon arrival. Should be great for camping, too. ... Read more

    15. Streamlight 68202 ProPolymer 4AA Flashlight with 7 Ultra Bright White LEDs
    list price: $39.95
    our price: $23.89
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    Asin: B00008BFS8
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 46
    Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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    You'll be blown away by the light that comes from this little unit-—it's amazing. It provides a bright swath of light so much bigger than what we expected. Seven super-bright, 100,000-hour light-emitting diodes LEDs mean you'll never have to replace a bulb. We love its ergonomic shape and how it feels in hand. Even with its included batteries loaded, it weighs just six ounces. A helmet clamp is available to affix it to your headgear. We think this is the perfect light for camping, for police and fire professionals, electricians, plumbers (because it's waterproof!), and homeowners for when the power fails.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


    • Run time of up to 155 hours on 4 AA alkaline batteries
    • Weighs 6.3 ounces
    • 6.5-inches long
    • Compact flashlight featuring 7 ultra bright White LEDs and tailcap switching
    • Constructed of yellow, waterproof, non-conductive thermoplastic, Class 1 Div 1 listed

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Best value for a flashlight
    This is the first LED light I have found that can really replace that clunky-yet-popular aluminum brand. This light has a smoother, whiter beam than a Krypton lamp (the kind pretty much all standard flashlights use). Xenon bulbs are brighter than the LED's, but Xenon flashlights only have one bulb that is overheating, delicate, expensive, and inefficient. Instead of just one or two LEDs like cheaper lights, this one uses 7 of the highest quality LEDs I have seen. The LEDs are efficient, run at a low temperature (because they produce so little wasted heat), are durable if dropped, and don't burn out.

    It is comparable to a typical light that uses 2 C-cell batteries, but a smoother beam without black spots. A set of 4 AA batteries lasts for the better part of a week, as opposed to the old piece of garbage light you keep in the closet that only goes for about half of a day on 2 C batteries.

    If you live in an area where you can lose power for almost a whole day (or occassionally several days in a bad storm), this is a flashlight that you can actually use. Leave it on in the middle of the room until the power comes back so you don't trip on anything. They also make a model that uses C-cells, has 10 LEDs instead of 7, and lasts twice as long.

    5-0 out of 5 stars intensely modern and efficient
    This slick, multi-LED-bulbed beauty is well worth the premium price (compared to other, more mundane flashlights.) It is well-designed and uses but a fraction of the battery power of its traditional Ray-oVac, etc rivals. It is a broad flood-light pattern, so hold on to your Mag-lites for the smaller, more focused jobs.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Streamlight ignors defect, no way to treat customers.
    I like this light, it does what I expected except one of the seven LED is out.
    I made contact with Streamlight the day my light arrived yet have had NO response,
    its been 7 weeks. Is it too much to ask for a product to preform as designed? I paid for a 7 LED light not a 6. All I need is a replacement bulb head.
    StreamLight, I hope you see this and change your ways, with good products good service must follow. I would have ordered more but if this is an "AS-IS" product at premium prices I'll look long and hard before spending my money on any streemlight products. I tell it the way I know best and regret negitive info, I hope its just an oversight but have seen others telling the same here at Amazon.

    3-0 out of 5 stars LED Failure!
    Based on other reviewers' comments, I must have the only faulty example of this flashlight Streamlight has produced. The 4AA performs well indoors, but lacks the light output to be considered adequate for all-around use. Light output diminishes rapidly after only a few hours, and the manufacturer's claims of hundreds of hours of light output are exaggerated. In addition, the LED's in my light began to fail after only about five house of use. First, one LED began blinking and then went out altogether. Finally only three of the seven LED's were burning. I have returned the light to Streamlight with the hopes they would replace this faulty product.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The only Flashlight youll ever need
    Unless you need a beam that will light up and object 30+ feet away you will consider the battery life and effectivness of this flashlight as worth 3 times its cost. I like this one better than my maglite 4 D battery light. But the mag light is better when you need to see far ahead. Still I would highly recomment this one if you need a general duty flashlight and worry about bulb and battery repacement every 25 hours or so.
    Best emergency flashlight imaginable. ... Read more

    16. Streamlight Stylus White LED Light
    list price: $21.95
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    Asin: B0007CNYPE
    Catlog: Sports
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    The Streamlight® Stylus® LED light brings a uniquely compact design with hi-intensity LED and a 6000 series tempered aircraft aluminum construction. It's waterproof and features a momentary blink switch and a constant "on". ... Read more


    • 3 AAAA alkaline batteries
    • Bulb: 100,000 hour lifetime, hi-intensity Light Emitting Diode (LED), "solid-state bulb"
    • Material: 6000 series tempered aircraft aluminum with anodized finish
    • Non-slip knurled grip
    • Weight (with batteries): 1.1 oz

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best penlight I've tried
    The ability to use AAAA-diameter cells from a relatively thrifty and very common Duracell 9V battery is nice, as AAAA standard cells aren't widely stocked. The surprisingly bright little LED draws more than a third of a watt (90mA) from fresh cells, and it shows colors much more vividly than standard incandescent flashlights do.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best $14 I ever spent!
    First, I've found all LED lights that make outragous claims of average battery life of dozens to hundreds of hours is either misleading or totally wrong... no matter what brand or where you bought them from. They either go totally dark in much less than half the rated time, or have gone too dim to even read large print with the light pressed closely to the page. To even get close to half the rated life, skip the alkalines, you must use expensive lithium or the highest capacity NiMi rechargables available on the planet.

    So they all lie about or misrepresent your actual battery life. I'm sure some of them, if you put the most expensive batteries in the world in them, run the light almost to their rated battery life, if you take them into a fully darkend room, & hold the light to your face, strain your eyes, you will find the LEDs are still glowing very faintly... but that's not useful light.

    I haven't found AAAA rechargables or lithiums, but you won't need them.

    This is the only LED light I ever found that doesn't give you bull on battery life. It uses a single LED & 3 AAAA alkaline batteries that can be obtained cheap from many sources. Slightly longer than an oridinary pen, I take it everywhere, & is always with me at work. As an engineer, I've used it several times daily for over 6 months with the original batteries. I thought it might be getting a little dimmer so recently put fresh batteries in it. Although it got brighter, not significantly, so I put the old batteries back in. This light just won't die. Lot's brighter than any keychain light, it's as useful as most big lights. It fell 14' from a ladder onto solid concrete, into puddles, snow, & got paint & glue on it. Using harsh chemicals & scraping to get all the paint & glue off, it still looks & works like brand new. I don't know what they used to paint that light with, but there's not a scatch on it anywhere... no dents yet either. Solid & durable. Your best light will be the one that works when you need it to, & is close at hand. Best $14 I ever spent!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Very good pen light
    Streamlight Stylus is a very good pen light. It is surprisingly bright for a single-LED flashlight. And since it uses three AAAA sized batteries, the light won't go dead on you easily.

    Stylus has a light switch at the end of the body. The light burns as long as you keep the switch depressed. If you need to have your both hands free, you can twitch the endcap, so you have a constant on light. The body of the flashlight is very well made and durable, and the light switch has a good feel to it. Along with the light, you get a removable sleeve. When the sleeve is on, the light beam is narrower and more focused. If you need a wider beam, just remove the sleeve.

    My main gripe about the flashlight is that it is a bit too long. It will probably fit into your shirt pocket, but it is clearly longer than a typical pen. So, it is very uncomfortable to carry the light in your pants pocket, for example. If there were a Stylus that used only two batteries instead of three, I believe that would be a better penlight overall. And if you need a keychain -size flashlight, Stylus is naturally way too big for that application.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Light
    This is really a terrific light. It uses LED technology whichtells you the following. The "bulb" is virtually unbreakable and appears to have an unbelievable work life (can you believe 100,000 hours). Run that on your pocket calculator see what that comes to in days and years.

    Next, even though the LED burns with a pure white brilliance, it is cool to the touch. This is the light I let my 7 year old niece use. Because LEDs draw little power compared to the light they put out,they don't need large batteries. The battery size is AAAA. This allows for a very light weight tool.

    If you need both hands free, you can hold this light in your mouth for a long time because of the light weight (no pun!) It also remains in your pocket forever without drawing attention to itself because of its size.

    Also of great importance is that this is not just a toy(even though it is fun!) It is a real working tool. I am a physician and this is my little exam light. It works great at examining eyes and throats. You may find it useful in dozens of situations. Because of its size it can go everywhere- home, car, shirt or jacket pocket, purse or briefcase and so on. There are also different colored bulbs for specialty applications I won't go into here.

    One of the complaints I have seen is regarding the AAAA batteries. First of all, the batteries last for a very long time because of the low power drain. You may never change the batteries. Secondly, the batteries are freely available at Walgreens which seem to be everywhere these days. They are in the specialty battery section with the hearing aid and photo batteries.I occasionally check and I have always found the AAAA's in stock.

    The major limitation is that even though it puts out a lot of light for its size, it is a "pen light". If you need to light a whole room up you will need a bigger light.

    Bottom line- this is a really great light. For the price, you can purchase several and leave them wherever you might need them.

    LED technology is revolutionizing flashlights in the 21ST century and these lights are classical demonstrations of advanced technology. They do more things:put out more light, use less electrical power, weigh less, are less likely to break, and cost less. Enjoy!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great in small places
    I've had this light for over 6 months.This little light has beena great asset in all of the places I've used it from working on a PC to crawling under a sink.For its size, this flashlight proovides quite a bit of light.The nicest thing is has over a flashlight, other than its easy to carry size, is that is doesn't leave part of the illuinated area dark like you would experience with a normal bulb since this uses an LED. ... Read more

    17. Omni Castaway Rope Hammock
    list price: $99.00
    our price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004SBE6
    Catlog: Lawn & Patio
    Manufacturer: Omni Corporation
    Sales Rank: 3
    Average Customer Review: 2.95 out of 5 stars
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    Hammocks provide the ultimate relaxation, so let the gentle swinging motion and free-floating midair suspension transport you. Be surrounded in total comfort, taking advantage of that well-deserved moment of respite. The Castaway rope hammock is a classic design, with special wooden spacer bars that keep the hammock spread open at all times. Clearly designed for comfort and durability, the Castaway has nickel-plated fasteners, weatherized natural-cotton rope, and triple-varnished hardwood bars. The hammock's craftsmanship is fantastic, with hand-braided reinforced edges and a woven body with macrame ends for added support. With its superior materials and great design, the Castaway is sure to provide season after season of use either outside or inside. ... Read more


    • Woven and braided by experts
    • Weatherized natural-cotton rope
    • Varnished hardwood spreaders
    • Nickel-plated fasteners
    • Bed size 6' 10" long by 5' wide Overall length 13'. 12 lbs

    Reviews (38)

    5-0 out of 5 stars An Oasis Outdoors.
    My husband and children purchased the Castaway Rope Hammock as a birthday gift for me. I love the detail of the craftsmanship. We purchased a frame from a local retailer so that it can be moved around the yard depending on the need at the time. The 13 foot length just fits in the frame. I wanted the hammock, so I could enjoy the out doors with my family. Do to illness, I have to take alot of down time, most of the time it is indoors, because it is hard to get comfortable outdoors. But now, when I need down time, and everyone else is outside, I use my hammock,the large width even allows my children to snuggle and enjoy our time together. It is relaxing, comfortable and just fits my need for an " Oasis".

    3-0 out of 5 stars Two people? I don't think so!
    The ... description says this hammock can accommodate two adults. Not bloody likely! Maybe if those two adults were Kate Moss and Lara Flynn Boyle; but an average-weight woman and man? Uh-uh. You'd be resting on the bar of the hammock stand; this hammock is way too saggy for that.

    I'm a little concerned about the fact that it's made of cotton rope; I think nylon rope would be much more durable and weather-resistant. Still, it's not a bad hammock for the price (free with the purchase of the stand), and it is dangerously comfy. Practically every time I lie down on it, intending to spend some time with a book, I end up taking a nap. D'oh!

    I'm going to Scotchguard it and probably still take it in when the weather gets icky. We'll see how long it lasts; I won't feel ripped off if I end up buying a better hammock next year.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Try it: You'll like it!
    I brought a hammock stand home because I thought it might be something we could enjoy but the store didn't have any more hammocks. I found this one online here at Amazon[.com]. After the hammock arrived, our fun started with hooking it to the stand. We weren't sure how many links to leave hanging; the first try yielded a seat on the ground. It took three tries and a great deal of laughter to get the right height so we could swing, not sit. Now when we can, we thoroughly enjoy relaxing (one at a time, though) in our back yard. I usually take a pillow, the book I'm currently reading, maybe a light cover in case it's a little cool, a clock for when I get curious about the time, and occasionally a snack. Two hours, usually including a nap, can pass like nothing. It's really a neat experience, relaxing and refreshing, and a way to put some calm into craziness. Even my husband, who snickered at the idea at first, has really enjoyed it. He lays on a comforter and says it's totally comfy.

    We found the hammock to be well-constructed. It is everything the product description says it is. Somethimes it's hard to judge what a product will be like in "real life" when just a picture is available. However, the description and the product are exact matches. Go for it! You'll have a great time!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not the best - Only buy it if it is free!
    I ordered the stand and recieved this hammock for free with it. I am glad it was free as it is cheaply made. The tag on it reads made in India and it looked it. This hammock sinks to the ground when I sit on it. I am a big guy but not close to the 400 pound weight limit I read when I bought it. This thing is only good for free. I am sure it will not last long.

    1-0 out of 5 stars It's like it's made of elastic instead of cotton.
    I got the hammock/hammock stand combo deal... not such a good deal at all. The hammock is attached to the stand as tightly as possible, without any slack in the chain, and this hammock sags all the way to the ground with just one person. When adding a second, you may as well just lie in the grass.
    And it's not as though I was pushing the 400 pound weight limit -- hubby and me combine are barely 250 pounds.
    The most unfortunate part is that the expense to return it all negates the refund, so this ends up being over a hundred dollars thrown away. ... Read more

    18. Xpower 852-1900 Powerpack 400 plus
    list price: $149.99
    our price: $99.99
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    Asin: B000157TP8
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Xantrex Technologies
    Sales Rank: 814
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    • Automatic shutdown when there's overheat, low battery voltage or overload conditions
    • Combines a 400 watt power inverter and a 20 amp-hour sealed battery
    • 600 watt surge capability, 400 watts for 5 minutes, 320 watts continuous power output
    • Two standard AC outlets, one 12-volt DC outlet
    • Three digit, seven segment display for monitoring AC power draw and battery charge

    19. Bodum Brazil Unbreakable 8-Cup Coffee Press, Black
    list price: $16.00
    our price: $11.99
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    Asin: B0000U7ENG
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Bodum
    Sales Rank: 359
    Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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    • Dishwasher-safe
    • Unbreakable French press is great for travel
    • 32-ounce polycarbonate beaker
    • Heat-resistant top, handle, and base
    • Special filter reduces sediment

    Reviews (5)

    3-0 out of 5 stars What's the big deal?
    After reading elsewhere how wonderful these French Press coffeemakers are, I have yet to understand why. I bought one at Target like this one & made coffee, carefully following the enclosed directions. I didn't like having to wait for the boiled water to cool since you're not supposed to use boiling water. Then, once poured, waiting for the coffee grounds to steep. With an electric coffeemaker you just make the coffee, push a button and when it's done, it's done, no interim steps and waiting around. The coffee from these presses also isn't that great, kind of strong but watery mud, and not very hot, my main complaint. Then....cleanup time! Yuck! What do I do with all those sloshy grounds if my disposal isn't working?...which it isn't. The time it takes to make, the luke-warm quality of the coffee, and the messy cleanup, make this coffeemaker a bad idea.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great
    Ok I used this thing for a year on and off and it works fine. I don't know what you people are talking about. Just be careful with the thing and don't break it. I never wash it in the dishwasher so maybe that's what cracks it? Take care of it and it will take care of you.

    I live to serve my master and his name is Coffee.

    --Certified Coffee Addict

    1-0 out of 5 stars You Get What You Pay For
    I don't know where they get that this product is "unbreakable" because ours developed a crack in the bottom even though it was never dropped or banged around. It was really convenient while it lasted, but think of it as more of a temporary item than something that will last.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Useless
    I have had great luck with other Bodun french press coffee makers, but this press lasted less than a month. Very poorly made!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Invest in a better model
    My husband and I purchased this press at Target for $10. We didn't want to spend a lot on our first press because we weren't sure how often we would use it or if we would use it at all. We did end up loving having our coffee made this way, but the press broke after only 1 week. We followed the directions very carefully and made sure not to use fine ground coffee. The plastic screw cap for the press pieces wasn't well made and the threads stripped. Now the press pieces (the filters) come apart and it's useless. ... Read more

    20. Omni Swings n' Things 510 Rope Hammock Chair, Natural
    list price: $74.95
    our price: $59.99
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    Asin: B00004SBEA
    Catlog: Lawn & Patio
    Manufacturer: Omni Swings n' Things
    Sales Rank: 61
    Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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    Hammocks provide the ultimate relaxation, so let the gentle swinging motion and free-floating midair suspension transport you. Be surrounded in total comfort, taking advantage of that well-deserved moment of respite. The hammock chair is a classic design clearly made for comfort and durability. The chair has nickel-plated fasteners, weatherized natural-cotton rope, and a triple-varnished hardwood hanging bar. The chair's craftsmanship is fantastic, with hand-braided reinforced edges and a woven body with macrame ends for added support. With its superior materials and great design, the hammock chair is sure to provide season after season of use. The chair comes with detailed hanging instructions and diagrams. ... Read more


    • Hanging hardware and swivel are included
    • Hammock chair hangs from a single hook
    • Great gift idea - amazingly comfortable
    • Provides great back support
    • Can be converted to a 7 ft long hammock

    Reviews (24)

    5-0 out of 5 stars great; weight limit & hardware
    This is a beautiful, sturdy, well-designed product. At first I thought it would look silly in a New England apartment, but then I sat in it and stopped caring. It's that comfortable. It's also fairly unobstrusive, and in a pinch (toddlers visiting? landlord dropping by?) it's easy to substitute a hanging plant or just unhook the chain from the ceiling altogether.

    As far as safety, if you install it correctly you have nothing to worry about; yes, it will hold two people at once. :-) You'll need to buy a length of chain at the hardware store -- ask for 3/16" link, 750-lb test, and get one or two S-hooks that fit through a link. The chair itself is rated to support up to 500 lbs. Finally, a 2" x 4" ceiling joist will support 450 lbs over a 10-foot span before it begins to bow or buckle. Recommended . . . enjoy!

    3-0 out of 5 stars THE OMNI SWINGS?

    4-0 out of 5 stars MY WIFE LOVES IT
    My wife and kids love the chair, but I don't care for it that much. I thought the chair was a little bit constricting. Assembly was easy. Give yourself alot of room for it, the base is huge.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Nice, but doesn't last outside
    I bought one for my wife for Christmas 2 years ago, and it was inside most of the time for the first year, and outside most of the second year, and the small ropes in the seat broke and the chair developed large holes as it raveled apart.
    We live in Florida, but it was under a big oak tree, so it was shaded all day.
    Ropes also got dirty looking fast.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Nice, but not comfortable
    Overall it is nicely made chair, but everytime when I sit in it, it made me feel like I am sitting in an airplane's economy class seat. My arm movement is very limited and my feet dangles in not so comfortable position. ... Read more

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