I got my hands on a GPS accessory recently that I’m quite impressed with. Rec-Mounts is a Japanese company that makes TONS of mounting accessories for lots of applications. They sell some of their products on Amazon, thankfully, because it looks like ordering through their website directly could be difficult. Read more... (481 words, 5 images, estimated 1:55 mins reading time)
I ordered a Paul Components Stem Cap Light Mount to use on my On-One Pompetamine commuter bike, and it arrived via USPS today. Read more... (799 words, 5 images, estimated 3:12 mins reading time)
I got this thing about a year ago and I figured it’s time for a long-term report on it. You might have read my first post about the scale.
After a year of using it and saving data, I’ve noticed a few things about it.
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Yeah, I’m not new to the game here. This GPS has been reviewed all over the internet already.
But, I decided that the Edge 705 wasn’t really for me. Here’s why:
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- I hated the little joystick on the etrex series, and I didn’t like it any better on the Edge.
I combined my REI dividend and 20% off coupon to grab a new pack. I really didn’t have a GOOD daypack for hiking, and I needed something I could mountain bike in for longer days. What I have works for short rides, but can’t carry enough gear well for an exploratory day. Read more... (339 words, 2 images, estimated 1:21 mins reading time)
Wow, I’ve gotta say this thing looks WAY cool. I was doing some searching online for some kind of mp3 player that has enough storage to fit my whole music collection. I know the iPod classic has a big storage option, but I don’t like Apple, especially the iPod/iPhone. I wanted something else. Enter Archos 5 Internet Tablet. With up to 500GB of storage, it certainly fits the primary need I had. Read more... (716 words, 1 image, estimated 2:52 mins reading time)