The MINI table is ideal for small rooms where large tables do not fit.
Smaller than normal balls and shorter sticks make the table ideal for children.
– One-sided MDF board 15mm
– Basket version
– Accessories included: 2 standard poles, 1 standard ball set, three-dimensional plastic, 2 chalk cubes, brush
– Dimensions of the playing field 83 x 42 cm
– External dimensions: 92 x 52 x 20 cm
– Weight: 8 kg
– Packed in one carton weighing 8.5 kg and dimensions: 97 x 57 x 7.3 cm
Ultimate Survival Technologies Brila Mini Lantern
- Made of high-impact, ABS plastic with a molded-rubber lens protector, it has an IPX6 water resistance rating (protected against storm water conditions from all directions).
- The bottom of the base includes a strong magnet for hands free placement, as well as a handy, built-in carabiner for hanging.
- It also has a red LED for alert signal and an emergency flashing SOS signal (over 48 hours).
- It’s backed by a manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty.
- UST Brands has been manufacturing camping, survival, personal safety, and emergency preparedness equipment for over 80 years, including innovative LED lights, all-weather fire starters, premium outdoor cutting tools, camp kitchen products, first aid kits, unbreakable signal mirrors, and more.
- It’s all about looking for that tie-breaker, to hopefully find something that separates the many offerings.
- I have a fair number of LED flashlights but I’m not looking for features and absolute perfection in this type of light, just one that is bright enough.
- Unlike another reviewer I don’t much care if the LED’s are too blue, that level of detail isn’t on my list of necessary requirements.
- The field for these lanterns is enormous it seems, and as a recent retiree I just can’t gamble on my choice, it needs to be a solid performer.
- The features like flashing and “extremely water resistant with an IPX6 rating” weren’t important to me.
- Solid enough that I went out and purchased another one.
- I’ve used mine twice this summer during electrical outages, one that was extended to three days.
- Without electricity it can get pretty boring, and they passed with flying colors for what I primarily bought them for: reading.
- I had one on a table next to me and used the Carabiner attached to the bottom to hang the second one over my head.
- But for my basic requirements this light is a real value.
- One more comment: no more candles or candle burning lanterns for me.
- The only benefit that I can see is having it handy if you run out of batteries.
- I bought this one just to see if it is as good as they claimed and it is.
- It is small, light (but feels very substantial and strong), takes 2 AA batteries and lights up a small room for hours and hours.
- Instead of having a torch that lights up the back 40 acres I wanted something to just light up room or to take camping, and uses easily found AA batteries.
- I have ordered another couple just to have around the house, the car and clipped to my bug out bag.
- Plus another one for my Mum in case the power goes down.
- Glows all night enough so that I can find it easier in the dark.
- Carabiner clip and magnets, though the magnets aren’t strong enough to secure it strongly to the fridge (I leave it in the kitchen for emergencies), so it slides down some.
- And those batteries power it for an amazing amount of time.
- Rubber and feet to keep it from rolling off of surfaces.
- I could go on, but there’s so many sites/vids detailing all it’s great features.
- There’s so much to love, I’m hesitating to add negatives, but there’s always room for improvement.
- I do wish there were a lantern that would go dimmer, like night-light dim, so my daughter could use it for getting to the bathroom at night, which is the main reason I bought this.
- I also wish it had a continuous red light (rather than blinking) so she could use that for getting to the bathroom and keep from waking her up too much.
- I also wish these lanterns would start at dim rather than bright so it’s not such a shock of bright, and even better, if it weren’t necessary to cycle through all levels every time.
- I would love it to have a stepless adjustable brightness function, too.
- It’s a lot to ask, I know, especially considering the low price of these lanterns, but that’s my wish list.
- We’ve purchased 3, and now at stage of “who do we know who needs this?” to buy MORE!
- They’re now stuck neatly to the sides of our fridge/freezer for handy indoor/garage use.
- Great gift for any kiddo (especially scouters / campers).
- Our grandson just discovered the magnetic base is ideal for attachment to his motorized Razor scooter, so he can play Emergency Responder with the red flasher setting.
- HIGH and LOW is not really noticeable – though it may be technically correct – the LOW should be dimmer.
- The lamp would turn itself off, and was very sensitive to movement.
- Magnetic so we use it on the open lid of our camp stove while cooking.
- Nice carabiner on the bottom to hang from as well as little magnets.
- Love that it glows so you can better find it in the dark.
- The clip/magnet combo makes it easy to hang up anywhere.
BARSKA 15-40×50 Colorado Spotting Scope
- Beyond 150 yards, the image will naturally start to become blurry.
- Multicoated glass and a BK-7 puro Prism transmit bright contrast-rich Images throughout the entire zoom range.
- An included Mini tripod is foldable and convenient for terrain navigation and Nature observation on-the-go.
- The 15X zoom level is very easy to use and focus, however the 40X will be difficult to use for most people.
- We have this setup to look over the lake behind the house.
- It has been placed on a full height tripod that is made for video cameras.
- This makes it really stable and easy to pan and then lock into place.
- I have uploaded 3 photos taken with a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 comparing the zooms to the normal view.
- Using the phones camera I was actually able to use the 40X better than I could without phone.
- Of course, if any of those other things are important to you, as they are to me, then you’ll want to take off some stars for them, making this a rather abysmal choice.
- Still, for the price, it’s not too bad, and if you provide a better case, caps, and tripod of your own it turns into a serviceable piece of kit for your shooting range or bird watching trips, one that you won’t cry over if it were to get lost or broken.
- Or at least not as bad as some of the reviews make it out to be.
- At 40x not so much, but given the price I shouldn’t expect more.
- If you keep your expectations realistic, you will not be disappointed.
- I only bought it to sight my rifle scopes without having to walk 100m every 5 or 10 rounds.
- Able to easily see holes and score a USA50 rifle target.
- Field of view when zoomed out will cover 2 targets side by side, and you can see the holes clearly enough at that zoom to score.
- I’d fully expect it to work fine for 10M air rifle targets as well.
- When I screwed it into my scope mount, the threads felt like they were plastic.
- It’s great for seeing holes in targets at 100 yards (.22/5.56/.270).
- It is a little smaller than I thought but that’s fine as it easily fits in my range bag.
- The tripod is very small/short so I either prop the scope up on a sandbag or block or just hold it in my hand.
- Also you must detach the tripod after use if you want to put it back in its case as it won’t fit with the tripod on.
- I got it last week and tried it this weekend, and will probably return it.
- First of all the tripod, as most everybody else mentioned, was pretty flimsy, but I have a couple of camera tripods so that didn’t influence my opinion.
- What turned out to be true, as some of the reviewers already said, was that much above minimum magnification the focus got worse.
- I was able to use it at 25 yards to sight in a red dot scope that I ordered with this spotter, but when I tried it again at 100 feet, same target, I found that the additional 25 feet made it a no-go.
- I was unable to obtain a sharp focus except at minimum magnification, so today I got plenty of exercise trotting back and forth to the target.
- I’ll usually accept a little compromise because of the price, but in this case, I don’t think it will work for me and wouldn’t recommend it.
- The scope is not bad for the price, but it is easier to just use a decent pair of binoculars vs.
- I would say 100 yards is probably the absolute max for this, I think 150 would be a little bit of a stretch.
- The case is nice, but the lens covers don’t stay on it that well inside the case.
- Also you have to take the stand off to get it into the case.
- Not a big deal, but I was hoping they would fit together.
- The scope is easy to work and I would recommend it for anything under 100 yards.
- Impossible to focus and the lenses have a haze on them.
- The optics aren’t the clearest out there but for the price point I feel it’s a darn good spotting scope.