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          The Garmin InReach Mini is this digital nomad's new best friend      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

If you spend your life in cities or on the interstates that connect them to one another, it’s easy to forget that there are parts of the world where cellular connectivity simply doesn’t exist. Right now, I’m 45 minutes from the nearest town, sitting in a motorhome, surrounded by nothing but trees. Out here, a busy day consists of seeing a few logging trucks or maybe some elk wander by. It’s remote, but I’m still able to connect to the Internet and do my job over my cellphone’s cellular connection. I can amplify my connection to cell towers using a cellular booster that I installed on our rig, earlier this year. But there have been instances where we’ve found ourselves far enough out in the sticks that I couldn’t find a cell signal to save my life. That’s why a device like Garmin’s InReach Mini is so cool. It’s a tiny satellite-connected communications device that lets me stay in touch with the outside world even when the outside world is too far away to connect to. At 2.04” x 3.90” x 1.03” in size and weighing less than four ounces, this thing is designed for the backpacking crowd. It has an IPX7 rating, so it’s OK to clip it to your belt or a backpack without fear of it being fried in a downpour while you’re out and about. That’s good news, as the Mini needs a clear view of the sky for it to connect to Iridium satellite network in order to do its thing. If you’re hoping to score a connection while it’s still inside of your rucksack or while you’re under tree cover, you’re going to be disappointed. While you’re out in the open, say in a clearing in the middle of a forest or at the side of a logging road—examples that draws on my experience with the device—it’s another story. Without a single bar of cellular connectivity, I can use the inReach Mini to send a canned message to my loved ones and let them know that I’m OK while I’m out on trail. They can send messages right back to me. If they feel like stalking me, they can. The InReach Mini can be set to upload my whereabouts to Garmin's servers every ten minutes. This data is overlaid on a map that's accessable via a private website. The map details my current location and the track I've taken. When the Mini is connected to the Earthmate App on my iPhone via Bluetooth, I can use the it to send short text messages or emails to anyone in my phone’s contact list, via the device’s satellite uplink. I can even use the thing to check in on the weather for my location. For the six months of the year that I spend in Alberta, Canada, this is wildly important as the forecast here can turn on a dime. Dangerous thunderstorms and hail the size of quarters are not uncommon. Most importantly, if either of my wife or I get into trouble with an illness, injury or a mechanical failure that prevents us from getting to help, the InReach Mini has our back. On the side of the device, there’s a small panel that flips up. Under that panel you’ll find an SOS button. Pushing it will send your location and a distress call to GEOS Worldwide—a company that specializes in providing safety solutions to travelers and adventurers. After receiving your distress signal, GEOS will call first responders in your vicinity to come and lend you the hand that you need. To keep you from wondering whether your message was received while you wait, they’ll also send along status updates to the InReach Mini to let you know when help is due to arrive. After owning one for a few months and using it every time I leave the RV to go for a hike, I’ve got nothing bad to say about this thing. However, there are a few of caveats that you you should know before you consider buying one of your own. First, satellite-connected hardware doesn't come cheap. A Garmin InReach Mini will set you back $350—and that’s just for the hardware. You’ll need to subscribe for a rate plan to use it. Garmin’s plans for the device range in price from $12 to around $80, per month. To be able to use all of the features I do, you’ll need to pay for their Expedition plan, to the tune of $50 per month. Without a rate plan attached to it, the InReach Mini is nothing but an expensive paperweight—and a light one, at that. Second, you will wait for your messages. You will wait for a weather report. Almost everything that this device can do involves beaming data to and from a man-made moon orbiting the earth which then relays that data to a ground station. Shit like that takes time. Leave your expectations of instant communication at the door while you're using one of these things. Finally, having a device designed to save your ass in an emergency is no substitute for the training required to get yourself out of trouble. Before you go anywhere that having a piece of hardware like this might be an asset, take a first aid course. Learn how to read a map and use a compass instead of simply relying on GPS: figure out what you need in order to survive while you’re exploring the places you love. Doing so should keep you from having to push that SOS button in so many situations and provide you with a sense of confidence that just might spill over into other areas of your life.
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          The Garmin InReach Mini is this digital nomad's new best friend      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

If you spend your life in cities or on the interstates that connect them to one another, it’s easy to forget that there are parts of the world where cellular connectivity simply doesn’t exist. Right now, I’m 45 minutes from the nearest town, sitting in a motorhome, surrounded by nothing but trees. Out here, a busy day consists of seeing a few logging trucks or maybe some elk wander by. It’s remote, but I’m still able to connect to the Internet and do my job over my cellphone’s cellular connection. I can amplify my connection to cell towers using a cellular booster that I installed on our rig, earlier this year. But there have been instances where we’ve found ourselves far enough out in the sticks that I couldn’t find a cell signal to save my life. That’s why a device like Garmin’s InReach Mini is so cool. It’s a tiny satellite-connected communications device that lets me stay in touch with the outside world even when the outside world is too far away to connect to. At 2.04” x 3.90” x 1.03” in size and weighing less than four ounces, this thing is designed for the backpacking crowd. It has an IPX7 rating, so it’s OK to clip it to your belt or a backpack without fear of it being fried in a downpour while you’re out and about. That’s good news, as the Mini needs a clear view of the sky for it to connect to Iridium satellite network in order to do its thing. If you’re hoping to score a connection while it’s still inside of your rucksack or while you’re under tree cover, you’re going to be disappointed. While you’re out in the open, say in a clearing in the middle of a forest or at the side of a logging road—examples that draws on my experience with the device—it’s another story. Without a single bar of cellular connectivity, I can use the inReach Mini to send a canned message to my loved ones and let them know that I’m OK while I’m out on trail. They can send messages right back to me. If they feel like stalking me, they can. The InReach Mini can be set to upload my whereabouts to Garmin's servers every ten minutes. This data is overlaid on a map that's accessable via a private website. The map details my current location and the track I've taken. When the Mini is connected to the Earthmate App on my iPhone via Bluetooth, I can use the it to send short text messages or emails to anyone in my phone’s contact list, via the device’s satellite uplink. I can even use the thing to check in on the weather for my location. For the six months of the year that I spend in Alberta, Canada, this is wildly important as the forecast here can turn on a dime. Dangerous thunderstorms and hail the size of quarters are not uncommon. Most importantly, if either of my wife or I get into trouble with an illness, injury or a mechanical failure that prevents us from getting to help, the InReach Mini has our back. On the side of the device, there’s a small panel that flips up. Under that panel you’ll find an SOS button. Pushing it will send your location and a distress call to GEOS Worldwide—a company that specializes in providing safety solutions to travelers and adventurers. After receiving your distress signal, GEOS will call first responders in your vicinity to come and lend you the hand that you need. To keep you from wondering whether your message was received while you wait, they’ll also send along status updates to the InReach Mini to let you know when help is due to arrive. After owning one for a few months and using it every time I leave the RV to go for a hike, I’ve got nothing bad to say about this thing. However, there are a few of caveats that you you should know before you consider buying one of your own. First, satellite-connected hardware doesn't come cheap. A Garmin InReach Mini will set you back $350—and that’s just for the hardware. You’ll need to subscribe for a rate plan to use it. Garmin’s plans for the device range in price from $12 to around $80, per month. To be able to use all of the features I do, you’ll need to pay for their Expedition plan, to the tune of $50 per month. Without a rate plan attached to it, the InReach Mini is nothing but an expensive paperweight—and a light one, at that. Second, you will wait for your messages. You will wait for a weather report. Almost everything that this device can do involves beaming data to and from a man-made moon orbiting the earth which then relays that data to a ground station. Shit like that takes time. Leave your expectations of instant communication at the door while you're using one of these things. Finally, having a device designed to save your ass in an emergency is no substitute for the training required to get yourself out of trouble. Before you go anywhere that having a piece of hardware like this might be an asset, take a first aid course. Learn how to read a map and use a compass instead of simply relying on GPS: figure out what you need in order to survive while you’re exploring the places you love. Doing so should keep you from having to push that SOS button in so many situations and provide you with a sense of confidence that just might spill over into other areas of your life.
          Új OAKLEY HOLBROOK POLISHED BLACK - PRIZM BLACK IRIDIUM Napszemüveg - Jelenlegi ára: 35 990 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Vadiúj, garantáltan eredeti OAKLEY napszemüveg, jóval a bolti ár alatt.
Dobozban, papírokkal, mikroszálas textiltartóval.
Raktárkészletről, tehát nem kell várni a rendelésre.
Személyes átvétel Budaörs - XI. ker határa.
Csere, beszámítás nincs! Az árak, egy termékre vonatkoznak!
HOLBROOK
Polished Black / PRIZM Black Iridium
Modellszám: OO9102-E155
Ára: 35. 990 Ft
Bolti ára: 45. 200 Ft
TERMÉKEIM KÖZT RENGETEG OAKLEY SZEMÜVEGET TALÁLSZ!
2 év Garancia!
100% Eredetiség és 200% Megbízhatóság:
Hivatalos LUXOTTICA viszonteladóként a csalódás kizárva, de ha mégis kételkednél a termék eredetiségében, akkor vállalom a DUPLA VISSZAVÁSÁRLÁSI GARANCIÁT is! (Tehát ha az oldalamról vásárolt termék hamis lenne, akkor a vásárlási ár dupláját fizetem vissza. )
Kerüld a gyanúsan olcsó, ill. a pontos modell-leírást nem tartalmazó termékeket, mert biztos lehetsz benne hogy hamis, replika terméket fogsz kapni. Ha olyasmit keresel amit én már nem tudok beszerezni, de valahol találtál, szívesen segítek eldönteni, hogy érdemes-e megvenni.
VÁSÁROLJ BIZTONSÁGOS, MEGBÍZHATÓ FORRÁSBÓL!
Az általam értékesített termékek után kapott visszajelzések:
    http: //www. vatera. hu/user/rating/rating. php? id=591431
Garanciáról:
Ez a mondat minden Oakley szemüveg dobozán megtalálható: „ PRODUCT WARRANTY ONLY VALID IF SOLD BY AN AUTHORIZED OAKLEY RETAILER”
Hivatalos viszonteladóként a tőlem vásárolt szemüvegekre is 2 év gyári garanciát vállalok, amit kizárólag gyártási eredetű hibák esetén, a szemüveghez mellékelt garancialevéllel együtt, nálam tudsz érvényesíteni. Az akciós menüpont alatt megtalálható modellekre 6 hónap garancia vonatkozik.
Szállítás és személyes átvétel:
Az általam hirdetett szemüvegek, mindig aktuális raktárkészletről érkeznek, így a leütést követő 24-48 órán belül személyesen átvehetők, vagy futárszolgálattal megrendelhetők. Személyes átvétel Budaörs - XI. kerület határán lehetséges.

Új OAKLEY HOLBROOK POLISHED BLACK - PRIZM BLACK IRIDIUM Napszemüveg
Jelenlegi ára: 35 990 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-09 13:11
          Új OAKLEY HOLBROOK JULIAN WILSON MATTE BLACK - VIOLET IRIDIUM Napszemüveg - Jelenlegi ára: 35 990 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Vadiúj, garantáltan eredeti OAKLEY napszemüveg, jóval a bolti ár alatt.
Dobozban, papírokkal, mikroszálas textiltartóval.
Raktárkészletről, tehát nem kell várni a rendelésre.
Személyes átvétel Budaörs - XI. ker határa.
Csere, beszámítás nincs! Az árak, egy termékre vonatkoznak!
HOLBROOK JULIAN WILSON
Matte Black / Violet Iridium
Modellszám: OO9102-26
Ára: 35. 990 Ft
Bolti ára: 45. 200 Ft
TERMÉKEIM KÖZT RENGETEG OAKLEY SZEMÜVEGET TALÁLSZ!
2 év Garancia!
100% Eredetiség és 200% Megbízhatóság:
Hivatalos LUXOTTICA viszonteladóként a csalódás kizárva, de ha mégis kételkednél a termék eredetiségében, akkor vállalom a DUPLA VISSZAVÁSÁRLÁSI GARANCIÁT is! (Tehát ha az oldalamról vásárolt termék hamis lenne, akkor a vásárlási ár dupláját fizetem vissza. )
Kerüld a gyanúsan olcsó, ill. a pontos modell-leírást nem tartalmazó termékeket, mert biztos lehetsz benne hogy hamis, replika terméket fogsz kapni. Ha olyasmit keresel amit én már nem tudok beszerezni, de valahol találtál, szívesen segítek eldönteni, hogy érdemes-e megvenni.
VÁSÁROLJ BIZTONSÁGOS, MEGBÍZHATÓ FORRÁSBÓL!
Az általam értékesített termékek után kapott visszajelzések:
    http: //www. vatera. hu/user/rating/rating. php? id=591431
Garanciáról:
Ez a mondat minden Oakley szemüveg dobozán megtalálható: „ PRODUCT WARRANTY ONLY VALID IF SOLD BY AN AUTHORIZED OAKLEY RETAILER”
Hivatalos viszonteladóként a tőlem vásárolt szemüvegekre is 2 év gyári garanciát vállalok, amit kizárólag gyártási eredetű hibák esetén, a szemüveghez mellékelt garancialevéllel együtt, nálam tudsz érvényesíteni. Az akciós menüpont alatt megtalálható modellekre 6 hónap garancia vonatkozik.
Szállítás és személyes átvétel:
Az általam hirdetett szemüvegek, mindig aktuális raktárkészletről érkeznek, így a leütést követő 24-48 órán belül személyesen átvehetők, vagy futárszolgálattal megrendelhetők. Személyes átvétel Budaörs - XI. kerület határán lehetséges.

Új OAKLEY HOLBROOK JULIAN WILSON MATTE BLACK - VIOLET IRIDIUM Napszemüveg
Jelenlegi ára: 35 990 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-09 13:11
          The MAC Kicks Off Its New Nite Spot Nights Season      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The MAC kicks off its Nite Spot Night season with Svetlana and the Delancey Five! A critically acclaimed "outstanding & exceptional vocalist and songwriter" (Wall Street Journal) from New York, Svetlana Shmulyan is the energetic leader of the New York based swing band, The Delancey Five. Together, their show transports audiences into a carnival of sound, seamlessly moving from sophisticated and sultry retrospection to a rowdy joyous dance party.



The band has headlined sold out shows in premier venues and festivals across the US and internationally, gaining critical acclaim from audiences and press alike by presenting exhilarating shows that combine the charm of Svetlana's sultry swinging vocals, with the the excitement, power, and unpredictable improvisational aspects of her "little big band", the Delancey Five. The band has played in famous venues such as the Blue Note, Iridium, Joe's Pub, and the packed underground New York speakeasies. They have also led Times Square Swing Flash-mobs where crowds gyrate together to their jubilant playing!



Svetlana & The Delancey Five has also appeared on various national and international TV programs (US Travel Channel, UK's Virgin Atlantic TV, Israel's iTV, Russian's My Planet, German's Channel 1, Japanese Travel TV, Brazilian Chicas of NY, and more) and has been featured in numerous international news and music and lifestyle publications (Huffington Post, All About Jazz, Wall Street Journal, PopWrapper, Broadway World, and more).



Nite Spot Nights are co-sponsored by Milford Arts Council (the MAC) and Pantochino Productions. An eclectic collection of unique musical performances, these revues feature Broadway's best and most popular tunes performed by top notch artists, bands, comedy, and more. "We are very excited to be working with Pantochino in welcoming such amazing talent to Milford. You no longer have to head to the city, we are bringing the city to you!" states executive director Paige Miglio. Svetlana is the first show in a collection of musical performances by some the hottest stars of New York City's cabaret scene.



These 'night club' style evenings of live music come straight from NYC, and are presented in a cabaret style listening room at the MAC. The series is one of many offerings from the MAC and Pantochino. Bert Bernardi of Pantochino Productions explains, "The Nite Spot Nights series is a perfect compliment to our family theatre programming-we have entertainment options for everyone!"


All Nite Spot Nights are BYOEEE - Bring Your Own Everything Except the Entertainment. Wine, beer, soft drinks, and snacks are also available in the Speakeasy Lounge. The MAC has been called "the sweetest little theatre along the Connecticut shoreline."



Tickets & More Info: milfordarts.org

Phone 203-878-6647 (Tuesday- Friday, 10- 5 pm)


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          Kaweco Sport fountain pen, Kaweco ink pen, German stationery by MightyPaperShop      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

18.50 EUR

Pelikan Fountain Pen made in Germany

We have been fans of Kaweco forever! The simple yet cool Bauhaus Design in combo with the trendy colors had us at hello. The pens have a handy size and are also perfect as travel companions.

Founded in 1883, Kaweco's success story started more than 130 years ago. Not only their design stood the test of time but their robust construction and their universal acceptance have also contributed to the brand's longevity. The built-in stainless steel nibs of the fountain pens have an iridium tip. The pens are made in Germany.

The nib is medium which means it produces medium letters.

It is used with conventional ink cartridges or Kaweco cartridges available in the shop.

Pen comes with one BLUE Kaweco ink cartridge. For more cartridges, you can choose the set with additional Kaweco ink cartridges in several colors. Please note that mixing the colors of additional cartridges is not possible.

The listing is for one fountain pen OR ball pen.

Nib hardness M (Medium)

Measurements fountain pen open:
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