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National Geographic Travel Clock
National Geographic Travel Clock
(Based on 21 reviews)
Category: Gear & Gadgets/Clocks

Small enough to pack in a pocket, this solid little timepiece is a precision marvel of miniaturization built to travel.


$38.00
National Geographic Walkabout Rucksack
National Geographic Walkabout Rucksack
(Based on 5 reviews)
Category: Photography/Photography Gear and Bags
The National Geographic Walkabout Rucksack allows you to travel freely and know that you always have your essentials with you while keeping your personal items and photographic/video gear, as well as most laptops, safe and secure.
Available sizes: Medium, Small
$240.00
Deluxe AM/FM Shortwave Field Radio
Deluxe AM/FM Shortwave Field Radio
(Based on 9 reviews)
Category: Gear & Gadgets/Radios

The rugged body, military-style controls, and precise tuning of this AM/FM shortwave radio are as well suited to an African safari as to a weekend camping trip.


$129.00
Celtic Pewter Magnifier
Celtic Pewter Magnifier
(Based on 15 reviews)
Category: Gear & Gadgets/Binoculars and Optics

Take a closer look at maps, books, and prints with this 3X magnifier in a handsome Celtic swirl pewter case. The design evokes ancient Celtic patterns, with three counterclockwise swirls—representing the Holy Trinity and referring to the blessing a'deasail, or "good luck," which contemporary Celtic artists often use. Crafted by a Birmingham, England, company that has been making pewter since 1797.


$42.00
$16.99
Wenger Handyman Swiss Army Knife
Wenger Handyman Swiss Army Knife
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Category: Gear & Gadgets/Outdoor Gear

Stationed in Europe after the Second World War, U.S. soldiers on the lookout for continental souvenirs discovered well-crafted, pocket-sized knives produced for the Swiss army. Unable to pronounce the Swiss-German name—Schweizer Offiziersmesser—American serviceman called them Swiss Army Knives. Although the apple-red casing from the Victorinox company is the most well-known in the United States, the Swiss government actually enlisted two companies in 1908 to supply the Swiss army with knives: Victorinox and the Wegner Company. In 2005 Victorinox acquired Wegner, and today the Swiss Army Knife is produced by a single firm.


$59.00