If your looking for a unique gift to give to a paddling buddy or yourself, check out this sea kayak keychain cleverly named the Keyak.

Manufactured in Europe and made of PVC, they come in 5 colours, blue, green, orange, red and yellow. The great thing is that the MSRP is only $5.99 so it won’t break the bank.

Along with being a pretty nifty key chain, I think they would also make a great compact teaching aid for topics like navigation, surfing, currents or really time you would naturally look for a small stick to illustrate your lesson.

Keyak Keychain on a Nautical Chart

My buddy, Alan Drummond is just in the process of setting up distribution so if you own a paddling shop, you should drop him a note and bring them in.

If you are interested in buying one you can also buy direct from Alan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the Keyak Facebook page for more info.

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If you shoot film in the outdoors and looking to get better action shots, you need to check-out this Kickstarter project that is likely going to reach its $20,000 funding goal.

AirTracks is an inflatable all-terrain slider designed for DLSR cameras. It can be quickly set-up over (almost) any type of rough ground for super silky smooth sliding shots (say that 8 times).

The whole system only weighs a couple of pounds so it’s ultra-portable.

I want. Bad.

More info: kickstarter.com

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Breath Alert Does your breath stink and your students are not saying anything? Have you noticed they are fighting for position to stay upwind of you?

If you are not sure what is going on, it's probably you and Breath Alert Stank Mouth Detector is the fancy gadget tool for you. It uses some sort of scientific method that detects the level of volatile sulfide compounds and hydrocarbon gas that cause bad breath. It takes these levels and rates your breath slinkiness.

And best of all, according to the website, it comes preinstalled with a AAA battery! You can't beat that...

More info: coolest-gadgets.com
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Saturday, 07 April 2007 06:51

I know, rocks are getting harder to find...

Lucifer
Rocks no longer necessary.
Click to zoom.

For all those campers out there who forget their lighters or find it to difficult to locate a rock to strike on, behold the Lucifer! The Lucifer holds matches and strikes them as you take them out.

To use it, you just turn it upside down and the bottom of a match will pop out. Grab the match and pull, and voila: you've got a lit match in your hands.

Designed by Feedaddicted.

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