The height of sum­mer is the time for active tourists. It’s time to get out of the house and into nature. How­ev­er, for a mod­ern “sav­age” vaca­tion, a num­ber of use­ful devices are also required that will allow you not to get lost and cope with any dif­fi­cul­ties on the jour­ney. It is these devices that we have col­lect­ed in today’s selec­tion.

  1. Night vision binoc­u­lars Yukon NVB Track­er

A real tourist must see every­thing around 24 hours a day. In order for noth­ing to take you by sur­prise, it is good to have night vision binoc­u­lars with you. Yukon’s Track­er series is com­pact and light­weight. At night, NVB Track­er pro­vides high image qual­i­ty.

The eye­cup on this binoc­u­lars is one-piece and made of soft mate­r­i­al, which allows for a snug fit, and at the same time hide the green glow from the device so as not to dis­turb the observer’s dis­guise.

The lens­es are made of high qual­i­ty opti­cal glass with sev­er­al lay­ers of anti-reflec­tive coat­ing. Thanks to this, the binoc­u­lars have high res­o­lu­tion and high aper­ture. The binoc­u­lars mag­ni­fy the image by 2 times, and the lens diam­e­ter is 24mm.

The case is also designed for use in harsh envi­ron­ments — it is made of rub­ber­ized mate­r­i­al in order to pre­vent the device from slip­ping in your hands. The device menu is fast and intu­itive. In gen­er­al, this device is one of the best in its price cat­e­go­ry and will pro­vide you with a com­fort­able work expe­ri­ence.

  1. Fit­ness track­er Polar A300 HRM

It is impor­tant for a tourist to be healthy, which means that when trav­el­ing, it is imper­a­tive to mon­i­tor the state of the body and phys­i­cal activ­i­ty. The fit­ness track­er from Polar A300 is per­fect for this. The device is pro­tect­ed accord­ing to the WR30 class. This means that the track­er from Polar eas­i­ly tol­er­ates splash­es and rains, which is very impor­tant for a tourist.

Polar A300 HRM tracks sleep, calo­rie intake and phys­i­cal activ­i­ty. In addi­tion, the bracelet is equipped with an accelerom­e­ter and a heart rate mon­i­tor. It weighs only 48g, and the body is made of durable plas­tic. The screen is back­lit, how­ev­er, it is not touch sen­si­tive. In out­door con­di­tions, this can be an advan­tage, since you will not be afraid to acci­den­tal­ly press the wrong place. Polar also has its own app that runs on Android, iOS and Win­dows Phone. This makes the bracelet tru­ly ver­sa­tile. If desired, the strap can be replaced. All in all, the Polar A300 HRM is a sim­ple, intu­itive device that will keep you on top of your activ­i­ty and health at all times.

  1. Action cam­era Olym­pus TG-Track­er

Among the huge selec­tion of mod­ern action cam­eras, one stands out as designed specif­i­cal­ly for tourists and extreme sports enthu­si­asts. The Olym­pus TG-Track­er is a small cam­era that comes with many use­ful fea­tures. First, it has a 1.5‑inch flip-out LCD dis­play. It is con­ve­nient to view the footage on it. The res­o­lu­tion in which this cam­era shoots is not lim­it­ed to Full HD, because you can shoot in 4K and get high-qual­i­ty trav­el videos. The view­ing angle of the Olym­pus TG-Track­er cam­era is 204°. The cam­era has a built-in 5‑axis elec­tron­ic image sta­bi­liz­er that is com­pat­i­ble with both video and still images. By the way, the cam­era can also take pic­tures. Of course, that’s not all — expe­ri­enced tourists will appre­ci­ate such fea­tures as a com­pass, accel­er­a­tion sen­sor, barom­e­ter, ther­mome­ter, sub­mer­sion sen­sor and lev­el. The Olym­pus TG-Track­er is drop resis­tant up to 2.1 m, can with­stand pres­sure up to 100 kg, can oper­ate at depths up to 30 m, shoots in dusty or sandy areas and oper­ates at tem­per­a­tures down to ‑10°C. That is why this action cam­era right­ful­ly took its place in this list. It can be an ide­al way to cap­ture your adven­tures on video for any tourist.

  1. Smart­phone Doogee S60

Going on an active hike with­out stock­ing up on a strong, durable smart­phone is very reck­less. That is why Doogee has tak­en care of tourists by cre­at­ing the Doogee S60. This smart­phone is spe­cial­ly designed to expe­ri­ence any adven­ture with its own­er.

Due to its con­struc­tion and design, Doogee looks like an SUV. At the same time, the smart­phone is reli­ably pro­tect­ed from dust, mois­ture and shock accord­ing to the IP68 stan­dard. The dis­play is slight­ly recessed into the case, which allows it not to come into con­tact with flat sur­faces when dropped. The same goes for cam­eras. The dis­play has a diag­o­nal of 5.2 inch­es and occu­pies almost the entire front sur­face of the case. Full HD res­o­lu­tion allows you to watch movies and videos with­out wor­ry­ing about the qual­i­ty. The image depth of 424ppi is also pleas­ant­ly sur­pris­ing. The Doogee S60 runs on the Medi­aTek Helio P25 proces­sor, which is well known to us from var­i­ous devices. At the same time, it is equipped with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry. So all your pho­tos, music and oth­er files will be secure­ly stored and quick­ly opened. Thanks to the pos­si­bil­i­ty of using two SIM cards, you can trav­el abroad with­out wor­ry­ing about roam­ing. The smart­phone also has a cam­era — the main one with a res­o­lu­tion of 21MP and the front one with 8MP. The device weighs 290g, and in addi­tion to the fin­ger­print scan­ner, it sup­ports Android Pay. For active tourism, the best smart­phone, per­haps, can­not be found.

  1. Soul Storm exter­nal speak­er

Soul Storm is a ver­sa­tile speak­er that lets you enjoy your favorite music any­time, any­where, even in harsh weath­er con­di­tions. Per­haps, it is this col­umn that com­bines every­thing that a tourist needs. It is small and light, weigh­ing only 162 g, with dimen­sions of 93x102x42mm.

The spe­cial water­proof case allows you not only to use it in the rain, but also to place it on the sur­face of the water while it con­tin­ues to work. This is pos­si­ble thanks to the rub­ber­ized body, which pro­vides the speak­er with buoy­an­cy. Soul Storm is com­pat­i­ble with any mobile device via Blue­tooth.

Soul Storm deliv­ers mono sound at 5W. The col­umn sup­ports fre­quen­cies of 20–20000Hz. From a sin­gle charge, it can work for 8 hours with­out inter­rup­tion, and it can be charged from the net­work, a com­put­er or an exter­nal bat­tery via a USB cable in 3 hours.

If this is not enough to make sure that the speak­er will be an ide­al com­pan­ion, pay atten­tion to the fact that the case has a mount for attach­ing the speak­er to a bag or back­pack, and the vol­ume but­tons are locat­ed on the case.

  1. Xiao­mi Lantern

Xiao­mi nev­er ceas­es to amaze. This time for trav­el­ers and not only, Xiao­mi has devel­oped a small com­pact flash­light that has unique char­ac­ter­is­tics. A cod­ing ele­ment is built into the design of this small device, which allows you to adjust the bright­ness of the light­ing. Thus, 11 bright­ness lev­els will be avail­able to you with a max­i­mum bright­ness of 240 lumens. There is an LED inside. The body of the flash­light is made of alu­minum alloy, and the design meets all the canons of min­i­mal­ism. The flash­light from Xiao­mi weighs only 103g, so you can take it with you any­where and any­time.

The bat­tery allows the flash­light to work for 216 min­utes in con­stant­ly on mode. Its capac­i­ty is 3350mAh. When over­heat­ed, Xiao­mi will auto­mat­i­cal­ly reduce the bright­ness, so you don’t have to wor­ry about its per­for­mance. In addi­tion, with three press­es of the func­tion but­ton, you can turn the flash­light into dis­tress mode. That’s not all a flash­light can do. It is able to serve as an exter­nal bat­tery for USB devices in case there are no oth­er sources at hand.

Flash­light from Xiao­mi is a use­ful and mul­ti­func­tion­al device that will come in handy for any­one.

  1. Exter­nal bat­tery Mi Pow­er Bank 20 000

A lit­tle heavy, but incred­i­bly pow­er­ful. This is how you can char­ac­ter­ize an exter­nal bat­tery from Xiao­mi, which will come to the res­cue if you urgent­ly need to charge your mobile devices. The bat­tery has two USB inputs for simul­ta­ne­ous charg­ing of two devices. It charges itself via a micro-USB port. As the name implies, the bat­tery has a capac­i­ty of 20000mAh, which is more than enough to charge a mod­ern lap­top about 5 times.

The case is made of durable plas­tic and weighs 358g. This will def­i­nite­ly not affect the total weight of your lug­gage if you are tak­ing a lot of things with you. But you def­i­nite­ly won’t regret this device. It is avail­able only in white, but it sup­ports fast charg­ing. He him­self is ful­ly charged with­in 8 hours.

  1. Sun­glass­es Polaroid PLD 6037/S

If you go on a trip, you should take care not only of all the nec­es­sary devices, but also of your own com­fort. Sun­glass­es play an impor­tant role. Every­one knows that few can match the qual­i­ty of Polaroid, which is why the PLD 6037/S glass­es are a great pur­chase. Polar­ized lens­es are able to pro­vide you with a com­fort­able view in any weath­er, pro­tect you from glare and too bright sun­light. They are ide­al for both dri­ving and hik­ing. Com­fort­able sports shape and ergonom­ic tem­ples will allow the glass­es to fit and hold per­fect­ly. At the same time, the glass­es look very styl­ish and are suit­able for both men and women.

  1. Tent Green­house FCT-21

On a hike or a trip, a tent will serve as your home as a “sav­age”. This means that it must be warm, mois­ture resis­tant and meet all safe­ty require­ments. This is exact­ly what the Green­house FCT-21 is. This trekking tent is designed for two places. It is very con­ve­nient to take it with you, whether you trav­el by car, bike or on foot. When assem­bled, it weighs only 2.8kg. The tent is designed for use in spring, sum­mer or autumn — dur­ing the warm sea­sons. Green­house FCT-21 is char­ac­ter­ized by high ther­mal insu­la­tion and reli­able pro­tec­tion against rain and mois­ture.

The tent is placed on three arcs, each made of fiber­glass, so that they are not sub­ject to defor­ma­tion. The awning is made of poly­ester impreg­nat­ed with a refrac­to­ry agent. The tent is two-lay­er, equipped with a mos­qui­to net and has win­dows for ven­ti­la­tion. The Green­house FCT-21 would make a great home away from home for the back­pack­er.

  1. Com­pass K4580

Of course, you can entrust this task to your smart­phone, but a real tourist knows that it is best to rely on a real com­pass. The K4580 mil­i­tary mod­el com­pass is a pow­er­ful device that will allow you to eas­i­ly nav­i­gate in space both on land and in water. The K4580 is a liq­uid com­pass, which allows it to quick­ly sta­bi­lize the nee­dle. The com­pass dial itself is phos­pho­res­cent, so you can see the read­ings even in the dark. It can be used in open and closed form, since there is a trans­par­ent part on the lid. The com­pass can be mount­ed on a tri­pod. Its body is made of alu­minum, and the K4580 itself is pro­tect­ed from mois­ture and splash­es. It is quite pos­si­ble to entrust such a device with ori­en­ta­tion on the ground.