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Best Crank Radios

A crank radio is as valuable addition to an emergency preparedness kit and a great way to play music on a camping trip. No matter what you plan to use it for, you'll find information about the best crank radios here.

Esky

The Esky Crank Radio is compact and has a decent hand crank, but it did not fare well in our reception tests compared to the best crank radios. It also had the worst charge time in our test group &nda

RunningSnail

The RunningSnail MD-090 has many of the same features as the best crank radios we tested like a solar charger, USB charging port and disposable battery backup. Those useful features, along with its ef

Bike GPS Review

A bike GPS allows you to track your progress as a cyclist so you can train smarter.

Polar V650

The Polar V650 is a bike GPS with basic functionality and an industry-leading ride data storage capacity and warranty. While it lacks live GPS tracking and turn-by-turn navigation, it offers ANT+ sens

Sigma Sport Rox 11.0

Although the Sigma Sport Rox 11.0 looks like a basic bike computer at first glance, it is anything but. While it features an LCD monochrome screen more commonly associated with lower-end bicycle compu

Lezyne Super GPS

The Lezyne Super GPS is a GPS-enabled budget-friendly bike computer. It displays your speed and distance travelled, along with other factors that measure the ambient temperature and atmospheric pressu

Wahoo Elemnt Bolt

The Wahoo Elemnt Bolt is one of the smallest and most aerodynamic cycling computers on the market. It was designed to have 50 percent less drag than other devices, to help save you time and energy in

Garmin Edge 520

The Garmin Edge 520 bike GPS offers an extensive range of features, and it is affordable, durable and easy to use. The interface is intuitive, and its ability to pair with a smartphone and external se

Garmin Edge 820

The Garmin Edge 820 has ANT+ sensor compatibility, map support and turn-by-turn navigation. It also features a bright color screen and a touch interface. Like the other bike computers in the Garmin Ed

RadioShack AM/FM/WX

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been replaced by another product. You can still read our original review below, but Top Ten Reviews i

Treeline Outdoors

The Treeline Outdoors Buckeye Hatchet is a cool-looking camping axe with a fun origin story. This hatchet is made from steel reclaimed from the Canadian Pacific Railway, forged into a neat tomahawk-st

Wetterlings

Unlike appliances that seem designed for obsolescence, there's no reason a good camping axe can't last years or even generations. The Wetterlings line of axes is an excellent investment, because with

CRKT

Sometimes, you want a camping axe that's an axe. The CRKT Woods Chogan T-Hawk is a hardy, tomahawk-style camp axe with an impressive 19-inch handle that works for two-handed swings or one-handed swipe

Klecker Knives

The Klecker Knives KLAX Lumberjack might give you some pause at first because it does not come with a handle, but this unique camping axe is the real deal when it comes to useful tools with cutting ed

Gransfors Bruks

If you go on camping axe forums, you may see comments like, "I wish I could afford a Gransfors." It is indeed one of the most expensive camp axes in our lineup. However, if you are into ultr

Outdoor Edge

At first glance, this camping axe may seem more like a toy than a tool, and at 10 inches and 1.2 pounds, it's easy for younger campers to handle – with adult supervision, of course. However, don

OKC

If your camping adventures involve more than setting up a few tents and a friendly fire after a long hike, you may want a camping hatchet that makes short work of chopping. The OKC SP-16 SPAX, dubbed

Gerber

If you're looking for a reasonably inexpensive camping axe that nonetheless can handle a multitude of jobs, the Gerber 14-inch hatchet is both sturdy and provides excellent penetration for cutting woo

Estwing

The key feature for Estwing axes is durability. Estwing is a no-nonsense brand that favors strong construction and usability over fancy features. Estwing is a trusted name among roofers and other trad

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