Huawei Watch Fit Smart Watch -Global Version

  • Wrist Diameter:13~21 cm
  • Weight: Approximately 21 g (without the strap)
  • Watch Case Material: Durable polymer fiber
  • Display:1.64 inch AMOLED 456 x 280 HD touchscreen
  • GPS: Supported
  • Memory:4 GB
  • Sensors:6-axis IMU sensor (Accelerometer sensor, Gyroscope sensor)
                        Optical heart rate sensor
                        Capacitive sensor
                        Ambient light sensor
  • Buttons: Full-screen touch + side button
  • System Requirements:Android 5.0 or later / iOS 9.0 or later
  • Battery life: Typical usage: 10 days
                            Heavy usage: 7 days
                            GPS mode: 12 hours
  • Charging port: Magnetic charging thimble
  • Water-resistance:5 ATM
  • Bluetooth:2.4 GHz, BT 5.0, BLE

Lixada IP67 Smart Watch

  • Material: Zinc alloy + TPU
  • Color: Black / Blue / Rose gold (optional)
  • Chip: BK34310
  • G-sensor: Yes
  • Screen: TFT 0.96
  • Resolution: 80*160
  • Battery: 90mAh
  • Charging time: 1.5-2 hours
  • Standby time: 7 days
  • BT: 4.0
  • System: iOS 8.0+ & Android 4.4+
  • Waterproof rating: IP67
  • Adjustable belt: 16-21.4cm / 6.2 - 8.4in
  • Weight: 31.5g
  • Package weight: 78g / 2.7oz

Huawei Band 3 Pro GPS Smart Watch

  • APPs and OS: Worldwide Languages APP 'Huawei Health' for Android 4.4+/iOS 9.0+
  • For Bluetooth: 4.2, compatible with 4.0/4.1
  • Screen: 0.95 Inch AMOLED Color Touch Screen, Multiple Band Face Themes
  • Case: Metal Frame with unified hue
  • Pro: Low power consumption built-in GPS, tuned for long-distance running 
  • Functions: Some of the below functions need set in APP to work
  • Call: Remind/Refuse
  • Pulse: Continual pulse heart rate monitor Realtime 1 second, Night Sleep Care Infrared Detect Mode
  • Message/APP: Remind/Show message, customize apps permission
  • Sport: Time, Calories, Steps, Distance, Pace, Even Recognize Swimming Posture
  • Alarm: Smart vibration
  • Sleep: Auto track, Professional Multi-Pattern such as snap, TruSleep by CDB, Harvard
  • Convenience: Lift wrist to show, sedentary alarm, timer, stopwatch, brightness, etc.
  • Swimmable: 5ATM(Swim or Shower in not-hot water), show swimming time and calories
  • Strap: Streamline Texture, Skin Care, Nimble Design, Detached Without Screwdriver
  • Standby: Magnet dock charging, Slight Using 12day, Scientific Sleep ON 5day
  • Sensors: 6-Axis Inertial Sensor, Separate PPG Sensor, Infrared Detect Sensor
  • Size: 24g, Main Body 45mm x 19mm x 11mm, Strap 120mm + 92mm.

M1 Business Smart Watch

  • Screen: 1.4-inch Full HD IPS colour 240 * 240 circular resolution
  • Battery: 200MAH
  • Product: Metal shell + TPU belt
  • App: H Band
  • Charging mode: Magnetic absorption charging
  • Waterproof grade: IP68
  • Touch screen: Full touch, G + F
  • Version: Bluetooth 4.0
  • System version: Android 4.4 or above, IOS 8.0 or above
  • Software functions: 24-hour continuous heart rate detection, blood pressure monitoring, sleep test, time/clock display, steps, calories, distance, sleep, camera, music control (up and down, play and pause), women's menstrual cycle, sleep monitoring (sleep time, sleep quality), call reminder, SMS reminder, QQ reminder, WeChat and other application reminders. Sports mode: outdoor running, outdoor walking, indoor running, indoor walking, hiking, treadmill, outdoor driving, indoor cycling, elliptical machine, rowing machine, alarm clock, stopwatch, countdown, long sitting reminder, looking for bracelets, rotating wrists, remote camera (shaking photos).

Garmin GPS Smart Watch

This watch is really a serious piece of kit, It has small solar panels to help extend battery life. It is built to military-grade specifications.
you can switch from daytime to nighttime with one touch.
Fitted with dual-format GPS.
Activity modes include strength, hiking, and swimming, also it has at least 6 activity applications installed including swimming and hiking. Heart rate and blood pressure monitors are included.

  • Solar Battery: Variable based on sun-exposure, Instinct can provide unprecedented battery life to those that explore under the sun.
  • Military Standard 810: Built to the U.S. military standard 810 for thermal, shock, and water resistance (rated to 100 meters).
  • Power Manager: View how various settings and sensors impact your watch's battery life, so you can make battery-extending changes on the fly.
  • Night Vision Compatibility: Switch between daytime view and nighttime view with a screen designed to be read by night-vision goggles.
  • Stealth Mode: Go dark by enabling stealth mode to stop storing and sharing your GPS position and disable wireless connectivity and communication.
  • Dual-format Gps: Dual-format GPS coordinates with latitude and longitude references offer unparalleled situational awareness.
  • Projected Waypoints: Always know the way back - create a waypoint to mark the location of your vehicle before you start your trip.
  • Jumpmaster Mode: Calculate high-altitude release points according to military guidelines while navigating to your objective once you've jumped.
  • Sports App: Use preloaded activity profiles for swimming, running, biking, hiking, rowing, strength, and more.
  • Wrist-based Heart Rate: Get heart rate data along with alerts if your heart rate stays too high or too low while you're at rest. Gauge how hard your heart is working during activities, even underwater.
  • Pulse Ox: For altitude acclimation or sleep monitoring, a Pulse Ox sensor uses light beams at your wrist to gauge how well your body is absorbing oxygen.
  • Stress Tracking: Heart rate variability is used to calculate your stress level score, so you can see if you're having a calm, balanced or stressful day.
  • Body Battery Energy Monitor: Optimize your body's energy reserves, using heart rate variability, stress, sleep, and other data to gauge when you're ready to be active or when you may need to rest
  • Multi-GNSS Support: Access multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo) to track in more challenging environments than GPS alone.
  • Abc Sensors: Navigate your next trail with ABC sensors, including an altimeter for elevation data, a barometer to monitor weather, and three-axis electronic compass.
  • Traceback Routing: Take the guesswork out of your return journey by using this feature to navigate the same route back to your starting point.
  • Smart Notifications: Receive emails, texts, and alerts right on your watch when paired with a compatible device.
  • Pair For Satellite Communication: Pair Instinct with an inReach device (sold separately; active satellite subscription required) to view and send messages, get weather alerts on your wrist, and trigger an SOS to the GEOS 24/7 emergency response team.
  • Calendar View: Easily see your plans for the day with a dedicated calendar screen.

ZLL SG908 GPS Drone

The ZLL SG908 drone comes with a 4K camera and a 3 axis mechanical gimbal, the GPS provides wind resistance and stability. A maximum flight time of 26 minutes is achieved by a 7.6V Lithium battery. Comes with 5 intelligent flight modes.
  • Pressure sensor: Height setting
  • Motor: 1806 brushless motor
  • Motor power: 1700/KV
  • Electric power adjustment: 30A
  • Image transmission receiving method: 5G WIFI
  • Gimbal: Three-Axis Mechanical Self - stabilizing Gimbal
  • Lens: Self-stabilizing electronic anti-shake Lens
  • Max remote control phone clip size: 5.5 inch
  • Remote control battery: 4 x AA battery
  • The capacity of smart lithium battery: 7.6V 3400mAh
  • Control distance (Free interference and no occlusion): 1200M
  • Flight time: About 26 min
  • Charging time: About 6 hours
  • USB Charging: 5V
  • Product's Weight: 534g
  • Battery Weight: 152g
  • Storage Card: High speed 32G(Max)

Lemfo LF26 Smart Watch

The Lemfo LF26 is packed full of all the apps you would expect from a top of the range smartwatch including constant heart-rate/blood pressure monitoring.
The 1.3-inch 360 PPI Amoled IPS HD screen is very clear and precise.
Comes with 5 sport modes and a camera and also waterproof (IP67).
The metal shell and leather strap make it ideal for the outdoors.

DT55 Wearfit 2.0 Smart Watch

The DT55 Wearfit 2.0 comes crammed full of useful applications.
The main functions include heart rate, blood pressure monitors, it also comes with multi-sports modes, steps tracking pedometer, and a useful GPS running Route. plus anti-lost.
Multi watch faces are supported & battery life is obtained by magnetic charging.

This is a great all-rounder and a great sturdy, waterproof watch for the outdoors. 

Charge Your Devices Twice as Fast

Charge your devices up to 2 times faster with the Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0,  this USB adapter can charge compatible devices up to 2 times faster than conventional chargers.

The charger has a 3.1A output which allows you to charge up to 3 tablets, smartphones or QC compatible devices at full speed or simultaneously.

With a Built-in intelligent circuit design, this portable car charger protects your devices against over-heating, over-currents, over-charging, and short-circuiting.

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Carravas 7.0 inch TFT Touch-Screen GPS

The Carravas  is a good entry-level GPS system, it is powered by Media Tek software MT3351 up to 800Mhz CPU.
Supports WMA & MP3 audio files also there is support for MP4/ASF/WMV/DivX/AVI video.
The TFT touch screen is  7.0 Inches... 800 *480 Pixels.
Also, there is a dual-channel 65mw earphone output with a single channel 8ohm 1w speaker.
The GPS chip is an MSR2112,32pin-qfn,1575.42Mhz.
Ideal for those upcoming road adventures!
Have fun & stay safe.

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The Joyroom JR-ZS214 Car Air Vent  phone holder

S-CMH-0506jpgThe Joyroom JR-ZS214 Car Air Vent phone holder is a Qi Wireless Charger it has an intelligent infrared sensor, auto-lock, and intelligent identification suitable for cell phones within 4.5-6.8".
The holder is padded to avoid damage to your phone.
A great addition to any GPS accessories...strong and sturdy and does the job.


jjrc-x9ps-4k-gps-rc-drone-black-1595903811168jpgNearly everyone who bought the X9 liked it so much they are now upgrading to the X9P (Pro).
The thing you will notice that they are both identical, the only indication is that the X9P has a 4K sticker, even the instructions are identical.
The drone has nonfoldable arms on the back...this is where the SD card slots into.
The RC controller is exactly the same as the X9, but there is a difference with the charger...the X9 uses a wall charger and the X9P uses a USB Charger.
The batteries are the same on both drones and a flight time of 50 minutes.
Included is an Allen key for fitting the props, and a gadget to connect to your phone or another device.
The X9P weighs in at 261 grams and the X9 257 grams.
All in all a great little drone.

Have Fun & Stay Safe

Tough iPhone and Watch Protection Covers

If the tough outdoors is your thing you may want to consider protecting your phone and watch with a military-grade protective cover, a great selection of iPhone cases, and watch cases at affordable prices can be found at Supcase.
The all-important laptop has not been forgotten either with a good selection of cases to choose from.
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Protect Your Smartphone With a Wingman

downloadjpgEveryone just about owns a smartphone of some you struggle to find a protective case to suit your needs?
The Wingman offers a really ingenious alternative as the case also includes a pop-up grip that doubles as a car vent holder, or you can just have the Wingback (kickstand) which just fits onto your existing cover.
The range of phones that is compatible with the case is Apple, Samsung, and LG.
You can also replace the kickstand if required.
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Protect your Smartwatch

Whatever outdoor activity you are into, cycling, climbing, walking to name but a few, the chances are you own a smartwatch.
Outdoor pursuits nowadays involve the wearing of protective why not protect your smartwatch?
A scratched screen or even a cracked one would be a problem, protect your device with a case from  SupCase.
They also have a great selection of cases for other devices, such as tablets and the like.

Have fun & stay safe

Track Your Pet, The Easy Way

The Tractive GPS pet tracker is a great little device that works in more than 80 countries, the fact that you can create your own virtual fence around your home or wherever you are is a great bonus.

When your pet goes beyond the 'Virtual Fence', you will instantly get an alert on your smartphone.
Another great feature is that you can manage your pet's medical information and vet appointments...How cool is that!

You can also turn on a light or an audible beep on the collar.

Another great feature is being able to view a history of what places your pet has visited which makes them easier to find, should they stray.

Oh..and it's waterproof if your pet enjoys the occasional dip!

Smart Watches Are Here to Stay

Smartwatches are, for some the ultimate accessory, combining cutting-edge tech with power and style to produce a wrist companion that you can take anywhere.
Smartwatches are no longer the realm of techy nerds with bulky faces and plain black straps.
Just in case you hadn't heard, smartwatches aren't just for the grown-ups anymore, with the fairly new arrival of the lmoo range of smartwatches aimed at kids.
The imoo Z6 Watch Phone comes with a very sturdy flip camera, as well as GPS tracking, and phone.
Smartwatches are not only receiving information but also tracking health, leisure, and entertainment, Some even keep their characteristics of a normal watch.
love them or hate them, smartwatches are here to stay.

How to Use a Handheld GPS Safely

Handheld GPS units are useful navigational tools as long as you know how to use it and understand its limitations.

What the GPS unit does is it gives you your position using satellites, most GPS units these days also have mapping on them so as well as giving you the grid reference which you could plot on another map they actually show your position on a map on the screen. All GPS units come with mapping, mostly it's fairly basic, it's a mistake people often make when they know their GPS has a map and they think that'll do, then they discover that it just does not show enough detail for serious navigation.

Standalone GPS come with road maps and again these are no use in the hills and assume it'll get you where you want to be the other factor with these of course is their battery life, batteries can run out especially in cold weather, so you need to carry spare batteries.

I would suggest always having two methods of navigation so that if one fails you've still got the other and I think an ideal combination is a GPS and a traditional map and compass, but you need to know how to use both of them properly.

Which GPS Tracker is Right for Me

When it comes to GPS trackers knowing as much as you can allow you to make an informed decision before you buy.

First and foremost there are two different types of trackers, you have active GPS trackers and passive GPS trackers, what's the difference? you ask... The most popular active GPS tracker will transmit its location live and allow you to log in to an online account to not only view where the tracker is currently, but where it also has been in the past.
Active GPS trackers can even send you alerts based upon speed such as if the vehicle goes above 80 miles per hour, now this is great for child drivers or commercial drivers, since its transmitting live it is also capable of alerting you if the vehicle enters or exits specified areas, this is called geofencing, it's useful to know when your kids get to or leave school.

Passive GPS trackers do very similar things to an active GPS tracker, they track location and overlay the information onto a map, the major difference here is that passive GPS trackers do not transmit any information live, meaning you are not able to view where the vehicle is currently, and you are also not able to get real-time alerts either.
Data is stored internally to the tracker itself so to view where the vehicle is or has been you have to remove it from the vehicle, and plug it into your computer, passive trackers still give you an address as well as speed so it can be very useful.
There is no monthly fee associated with this type of tracker.

The easiest way to determine which tracker is best for you is to determine whether or not you need to see where the vehicle is live.

Five Mistakes, When Buying a Cycle GPS Tracker

GPS trackers can be very useful to protect your bike from theft or to monitor the position of your bike, but there are some pitfalls when it comes to buying and choosing the right tracker therefore here are the top five mistakes when buying a GPS tracker.

Mistake number one: Battery life  is an important feature of GPS trackers because it is essential that the battery reliably supplies the tracker with power to transmit the current position of the vehicle many inexpensive GPS trackers have a battery life of only a few days if the battery is not constantly charged every few days the GPS tracker is useless and any theft protection is lost.

Mistake number two: in precise GPS reception the GPS signal makes it possible to locate a vehicle with a positional accuracy of up to 50 centimeters but the tracker in question must also have the appropriate reception technology this reliable and accurate GPS reception technology is often not used in many GPS trackers, as a result, the displayed GPS position of the bicycle is very inaccurate, stolen bikes are usually stored in garages sellers or Hut's in these cases you only have a weak GPS signal if the tracker does not have the appropriate reception technology installed which also allows a localization with weak signals the bicycle cannot be found anymore.

Mistake number three: The use of GPS trackers has become common knowledge among bicycle thieves many bicycle GPS trackers are disguised as attachments such as tail lights or bottle holders, this is also known by the thieves and they routinely check the bikes for these GPS trackers and remove them on the spot this means that any theft protection of the bicycle is lost.

Mistake number four: in order for a GPS tracker to transmit its position it needs access to the Internet this is done using a SIM card with a data tariff, here many GPS tracker sellers do not indicate the additional data tariff required.

Mistake number five: The first big challenge is usually the setup of the GPS trackers, before they can be used all settings must be transmitted to the tracker via SMS commands, if a single letter is not correct the tracker will not recognize the settings in addition the SIM card must be prepared for the tracker and the so-called APN settings must be made, this preparation is very time-consuming and frustrating for many users, however there is now a bicycle GPS tracker on the market that eliminates all these mistakes and problems the Swiss track bicycle GPS tracker is installed in the bicycle frame together with its Excel battery that has a battery life of six months in this way the battery of the tracker only needs to be charged once per season and the tracker cannot be detected and removed by thieves because it is located inside the bike, the Swiss track bicycle GPS tracker contains a high performance GPS and GSM antenna model, this module enables a reliable GPS and GSM reception at any location even with a weak GPS signal.
The Swiss track bicycle GPS tracker set includes a SIM card with an international data tariff so that the tracking can be started directly without further configuration steps and without monthly additional costs.

How does my sat nav know where I am?

A cheap off the peg sat nav makes you a better navigator than anyone in the world fifty years ago. It can tell you exactly where you are, which was a subject of uncertainty for many thousands of years, but how?
All modern sat nav systems rely on the Global Positioning System known as NAVSTAR to tell them where they are.
NAVSTAR is a system of 24 satellites that orbit the earth at altitudes of around 11,500miles, and which have been organised and paid for by the US military.
Originally NAVSTAR was a top-secret cold war project, designed to guide intercontinental ballistic missiles accurately onto targets in the Warsaw Pact countries, rather than onto a nearby Chinese Embassy. But as the cold war ended the decision was taken to open up NAVSTAR to civilians, the US military stopped encrypting the signals sent by these satellites so that anybody could read them.
Although the early GPS receivers were both bulky and expensive, size and cost have fallen. These days you'll find GPS receivers inside mobile phones, watches and even golfing GPS!
GPS itself works very simply. Presuming you've got somebody to launch and maintain the network of orbiting satellites it relies on, then actually working out where you are is pretty easy.
The secret is one of time. each GPS satellite contains a very accurate clock, which continually broadcasts both its exact time, and also its location -- known as the ephemeris data.
The receiver works out how far it is from the satellite by comparing the message it receives to its own clock and then calculating distance according to how long its taken the signal to arrive travelling at the speed of light. With one satellite, this information is pretty useless, the receiver just knows how far it is from the signal. But with two satellites the distance radii should intersect to give a 'fix', with more satellites increasing the accuracy further. The minimum number of satellites needed for acceptable accuracy is four, but there should be a minimum of 10 above each part of the world at any time. What the system is doing is really just a very long range version of a navigator of old taking fixes from say a church steeple, lighthouse and a hilltop, and drawing some triangles on a map.
How does the receiver know what time it is to the same accuracy as the atomic clocks carried by the satellites?
Rather than having a super-accurate clock on board, the receiver can effectively reverse the equation it uses to plot position to work out what the time is based on the distances from different satellites. Like position, the more satellites it can see, the more accurate its time will be... accurate to about 15 metres for all of us.
Car navigation systems will  presume they are travelling on a road, and will move their position to correspond if the reading is slightly out, of course, just because you and your sat nav know where you are, that doesn't mean you have any clue where you're going.
A point made every time another 40-ton truck comes down your road because that's what the sat nav told the driver to do.

It is all very clever but it isn't a substitute for intelligence!