The Best Waterproof Earphones of 2016

by Patrick Hyde •

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Swimbud’s redesigned Sport Waterproof Headphones are the best waterproof earphones of 2016. The new model comes with 4 different style of earbuds to adapt to environment and ear type. They are made with a rugged waterproof design and come with a 1 year warranty.

The Best Waterproof Portable Charger

by Patrick Hyde •

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The best waterproof portable charger is the Unifun Waterproof External Battery. This charger has enough capacity to charge an iPhone 6 about 4 times. It has two USB ports to charge two devices simultaneously. One port has a higher amperage for charging tablets.

The Best Spill-Proof Keyboard

by Patrick Hyde •

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The best spill-proof keyboard is the Logitech Washable Keyboard K310. It is washable, waterproof, spill-proof, and dust resistant.

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The Most Ruggedized Tablet Of 2016

by Patrick Hyde •

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The most ruggedized tablet for Android is the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 8.0. It is waterproof, dustproof, survives drops, and comes with a one-year warranty.

The Best Waterproof Watch of 2016

by Bethany McDonald •

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The best waterproof watch is the Rolex Deepsea. It’s waterproof to a depth of almost 13,000 feet. A less expensive but high-quality alternative, Omega Seamaster is the runner up.

The Most Reliable Mouse

by Patrick Hyde •

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The most reliable mouse 2016 with wireless capability is the Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse. It has a 250 hour battery life and its 11 programmable buttons are tested to over 20 million clicks. It costs about $60.

The Lightest Backpack Of 2016

by Patrick Hyde •

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The lightest backpack for multi-day hikes that includes a built-in frame is the Zpacks Arc Blast Backpack. The 45 Liter pack size weighs a featherweight 20.8 ounces.

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The Best Shower Filter Of 2016

by Justin Thomas •

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Almost all popular shower filters available today only remove 20% – 80% of free chlorine (not total combined chlorine) from your shower. This includes shower filters that are certified by the NSF #177 Standard — unfortunately this standard only indicates that a filter will remove 50% of free chlorine in the water.