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If 2020 has taught us anything, it?s to expect the unexpected. And while we?re not able to predict every looming disaster, we?ve learned that a little preparation can provide a lot of peace of mind for whatever may come. So, if you?re into the great outdoors or just love some handy gear, then you will find this video exciting. We?ve hand-selected all the coolest survival gadgets and featured them all on this list. So sit back, relax, and take your time while you make your ultimate survival gear list to take on the great outdoors!
10. Focals

Glasses from the future? Probably a hip version from the nerdy looking Google glass.The first version of these glasses changed how wearables were done. They were designed to look like regular glasses while adding the capability to project useful information on the lens. Imagine the cool features like checking your messages without necessarily having to take out your phone! The mini screen is displayed on the lens where you can access your phone features such as messages. However, there was a slight issue for integration for iPhone users especially with iMessage but android users seem to have no issue. On the bright side, the steep $999 introductory price seemed far fetched and the company made a price reduction to $600. However, it seems customers of the first version are getting refunds after the Focals were recently acquired by Google. We hope for a better design or rather cooler features! It feels like a hint at what the future of wearables might be.
9. River Power Bank

There?s nothing duller than a portable battery in the chromed and colorful world of consumer electronics. They?re thick dense slabs of lithium-ion cells we carry not because we want to, but because we have to. So what if I told you there?s a long-lasting battery with as much gadget appeal as Google?s doomed Project Ara?

Meet the River Bank from EcoFlow. It doesn?t look like a typical battery, because it?s not. It can charge up to five devices simultaneously or act as a three-port USB hub while charging your laptop. Attach a stackable second 44Wh booster module to create an even bigger battery with a sixth charging port that?s still suitable for airline travel. Hell, it can even jump start your car! With the Main Module, you?re able to use Qi wireless charging, also serves as a data transfer port.
8. OrCam MyEye 2

Although the Focals sounded cool, these glasses are a gamechanger for the blind and visually impaired. The OrCam MyEye is a revolutionary voice activated device that attaches to virtually any glasses. It can instantly read to you text from a book, smartphone screen or any other surface, recognize faces, help you shop on your own, work more efficiently, and live a more independent life! An advanced optical sensor, captures an image of your surroundings and communicates the information audibly, completely offline. Any type of text, people?s faces, products and other visuals are instantly converted into audio for transmission through a tiny speaker that rests above the wearer?s ear or through a connected Bluetooth device. Thousands of people across the world are already familiar with the brand and on the great part, it can be programmed in over 20 languages!
7. Gotenna / Off-Grid SMS & GPS Devices

The Off-Grid Communication Service will let you track and be tracked without any need for special connections and in a way you?ve never experienced before. The device allows you to text or send out your GPS location on your smartphone without Wi-Fi or mobile service. In our modern world, we can?t live without being connected. Everybody has a smartphone because they allow us to do hundreds of different things wherever we are.

Well, until we are connected to the network that is. With it, even the best smartphones are rather useless. Lack of connectivity can happen anywhere, not only in remote locations. It can be caused by large crowds, bad weather or simply power outages.

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