Score these 6 gadgets and gears for your next outdoor adventure

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Whether it’s a nature vacation or just a weekend camping trip, here’s all the gear you need to make your next adventure a lot of fun. By Vaibhav Sharma

The best gear for outdoor adventures:

Monocular

Bushnell 6×50 Equinox Z2
Take this compact digital monocular with you on your next wildlife adventure. Its 6x magnification (and 18x digital zoom) means you can see clearly up to 305 meters away, there’s built-in IR illumination for nighttime hikes, and you can even record Full HD video to a built-in microSD card or stream live video on your phone. USD 313.49 (INR 25,050)

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Equipment

Quechua 2 Seconds Easy Camping Tent
Are you making your first foray into the great outdoors? This two-person tent is a great choice. It is waterproof, lightweight and folds up compactly. It also blocks out light so you get a good night’s sleep, uses easy assembly technology, and can withstand winds of up to 50 mph. INR 7,999

smart watch

Equipment

Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro
Noteworthy features of the Pro variant include titanium case, stronger sapphire crystal, GPX route import support, Samsung BioActive sensor for advanced monitoring, body composition analysis and Google’s latest Wear operating system. From INR 44,999

Flash light

Fenix ​​E18R V2
Easily portable, rechargeable and powerful, this small keychain flashlight is perfect for the intrepid traveler. It has six brightness modes with replaceable battery and IP68 water resistance. INR 5,200

iPad case

Spigen Tough Armor Case for iPad Air
Nothing beats an iPad when you need a mobile device. And to avoid any damage, we recommend Spigen’s Tough Armor case. It’s a great fit, with enough shock absorption, and there’s a kickstand for when it’s time to catch up on Netflix in the tent. INR 2,799

Application

Merlin Bird ID by Cornell Lab
AAvailable on iOS and Android, this app (created by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology) is a must-have for the avid birder. Billed as a “world guide to birds”, this app helps you identify birds via photos and even calls. It’s also linked to eBird, a worldwide database of bird sightings, sounds and photos, and lets you plan birding trips with lists of what you can expect to spot. .

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