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For those who lead a digitally connected life, our wireless weather station with atomic alarm clock is a perfect gadget to wake up... to. The color display shows time, indoor and outdoor temperature, heat index, and dew point and an integrated USB port keeps your smartphone charged and ready to start each day. After 3-4 weeks of gathering barometric pressure readings, the unit learns to report accurate 12-hour forecasts based on barometric trends. The forecast icons make it easy for young kids to use, too, so they can help get themselves ready for the day. read more

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Find wall and ceiling coverings at Target.com! This dreamy tropical wall mural creates an island paradise oasis in your room. Feat...uring a beautiful perspective, this national geographic image is a pristine scenic of the beach, stretching out into clear blue waters. read more

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Find wall and ceiling coverings at Target.com! Penguins are charming birds, they just always seem to be doing something adorable! ...This penguin wall mural by national geographic captures a group of penguin friends out for a walk, just waddling along by the waters edge in classic black and white cuteness. Enjoy the convenience of a peel and stick mural with the photographic quality of a national geographic image. read more

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Find wall and ceiling coverings at Target.com! This national geographic wall mural has a mystic beauty, with a breathtaking palett...e of sunrise purples. The water reflects the sky at dawn, with an exotic castle in the distance. Enjoy the convenience of peel and stick with the splendor of a photorealistic wall mural. read more

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Hand-block-printing is a tradition that dates back more than five centuries in the northern Indian village of Sanganer, Jaipur. Te...chniques are handed down from generation to generation, and the process remains decidedly low-tech. Hand-carved teakwood blocks are dipped in natural indigo and gray dyes, then stamped onto lengths of crisp cotton with studied movements. The result is a bold pattern whose irregularities are testament to the hours of handmade artisan involved. read more

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Germany's Black Forest is famous for Oktoberfest, lederhosen, storybook castles, and its most whimsical invention: the cuckoo cloc...k. The first Schwarzwalder Uhr (Black Forest clocks) date back to the early 18th century and have since become the symbol of the region's fine craftsmanship. Following in this long tradition, this delightful handmade clock chimes on the hour and plays 12 distinct melodies. After a chime for each hour, the clock's dancers turn and spin to a lilting melody. It is quieted automatically during nighttime hours thanks to a little fairytale magic and a light sensor. read more

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Show your pride in any of the four branches of the U.S. Armed Forces with this tumbled marble clock displaying the official emblem... of the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marines. Choose the branch of the military that you or a loved one serves in or retired from, and artisans in New England will screen-print a design on rustic, tumbled marble to create an analog clock. Comes ready to hang, or use our forged-steel easel (sold separately) to display the clock as a desk accessory. read more

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Thai ceramic artist Duangkamol crafts these striking blue vases works in a tradition that is close to 2,000 years old. Chinese pot...ters brought the techniques of wood ash-glazed celadon to northern Thailand more than 700 years ago. This collection of vases reproduces classic shapes and traditional incised designs that have been treasured for hundreds of years. The distinctive crackled surface forms as the ceramic and the glaze cool at different rates, an effect that's called crazing. read more

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This inviting bedding begins as lengths of crisp cotton fabric, laid smooth along a wooden table. Artisans take hand-carved wooden... blocks, dip them in indigo-hued dye, and stamp the elaborate pattern one block at a time. It takes up to nine separate blocks to create the multi-layered design. Many of the artisans who work on these pieces own family farms and return to their village during planting and harvest seasons. read more

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Don't let their simplicity deceive you. The sleek, modernist lines of these mango-wood vases connect multiple generations of Thai ...woodcarvers. The young artisan who creates them combines carving skills she inherited from her father with her own fresh sense of style. The unpretentious design also belies the time that goes into creating each vase. Each lathe-shaped vase is made from a single piece of kiln-dried mango wood in a process that can take as long as two weeks. Please note that these vases are for decorative use only and are not watertight. Use them to display dried flowers, or as sculptures in their own right. read more

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The Mughal Empire dominated the Indian subcontinent in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. The shahs spared no luxury, even wh...en the court was on the move during a military campaign or hunting expedition. Printed cottons such as these would have made tent walls in the northern Indian desert. The print in these cotton Indian pillowcases, inspired by the intricate metalwork settings of Mughal jewelry, requires as many as 12 separate blocks to achieve the layers of color and pattern. read more

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Combining 21st-century circuitry that receives signals from the official U.S. atomic clock with the historical drop octagon design... found in 19th-century schoolhouses, this timepiece automatically maintains permanent accuracy to the second. Self-adjusting for daylight saving time, leap seconds, and other official time changes, it has a beautiful cherry-finished alder case and sets up with the touch of a button. read more

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Imagine what the globe would look like if landmasses and glacial ice had shifted a little differently as our planet evolved. This ...collectible art glass globe paperweight by Lundberg Studios depicts an abstract version of Earth, with familiar but artfully rendered continents, clouds, and seas. Lundberg Studios has been a pioneer of torch-work techniques since the 1970s, and its art glass is in museums and collections around the world. read more

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With just a glance at this handsome brass desk clock by Seiko, you can learn the time in each of the 24 world time zones, from Anc...horage to the Azores. read more

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This inviting bedding begins as lengths of crisp cotton fabric, laid smooth along a wooden table. Artisans take hand-carved wooden... blocks, dip them in indigo-hued dye, and stamp the elaborate pattern one block at a time. It takes up to nine separate blocks to create the multi-layered design. Many of the artisans who work on these pieces own family farms and return to their village during planting and harvest seasons. read more

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Cuckoo clocks have been a specialty of artisans in Germany's Black Forest and the nearby Swiss Alps since the mid-18th century. Ou...r charming wooden chalet-style clock features a young accordion player in traditional dress, accompanied by a Saint Bernard carrying a barrel of brandy, which is a staple of Alpine folklore. A cuckoo emerges from the rafters to announce each hour. Includes automatic night-off light sensor. Not available for shipment to Russia. read more

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Don't let their simplicity deceive you. The sleek, modernist lines of these mango-wood vases connect multiple generations of Thai ...woodcarvers. The young artisan who creates them combines carving skills she inherited from her father with her own fresh sense of style. The unpretentious design also belies the time that goes into creating each vase. Each lathe-shaped vase is made from a single piece of kiln-dried mango wood in a process that can take as long as two weeks. Please note that these vases are for decorative use only and are not watertight. Use them to display dried flowers, or as sculptures in their own right. read more

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This elegant clock turns any wall into a touching memento. Each clock is printed with an up-to-date aerial photograph based on a U....S. address of your choosing. Your address will appear slightly off center so the clock hands won't obscure it. With remarkable detail, this bird's eye view of the landscape lets you identify buildings, houses, and other natural features. Shows an area 0.63 miles in diameter. And thanks to crisp numerals and straight hands, you'll find that this modern clock is as functional as it is personal. Comes ready to hang. Please note: Personalized items cannot be returned unless damaged or defective. Please check your order carefully; once placed, your order for this item cannot be canceled. U.S. postal addresses only. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery to the continental U.S. read more

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Horsehair wedding vessels like this one have long been used in Navajo wedding ceremonies. The two spouts represent the two marriag...e partners, and the looped handle symbolizes the unity achieved through the marriage bond. During the ceremony, the couple drinks special nectar from the two spouts, a vivid demonstration of the blending of their lives. To create the vessel, Navajo artist Dina Willie applies a thin layer of horsehair to the pot right after it's been fired. The hair is then burned off at a precise temperature, creating a marbled pattern on the vessel's surface. Each resulting piece is unique and perfectly exemplifies the beauty and inventiveness of traditional Navajo craft. Not available for shipment outside of the United States. Please note that this vase is for decorative use only and is not watertight. read more

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Women in rural Bengal transform fabric from old saris into soft quilts using a simple running stitch, called kantha. Here, vintage... kantha quilts are again transformed into colorful pillows. Piled on a bed or propped on a sofa, they're a fresh and one-of-a-kind accent that adds an inviting pop of color to any room. Backed with burgundy cotton fabric. read more

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The many-pointed star of the Moravian Church began as a geometry lesson for Moravian students in the 1830s in Saxony, Germany. Tod...ay it's displayed year-round, but especially during the Christmas season from the first Sunday of Advent through Epiphany on January 6. In Pennsylvania German Nativity scenes, it represents the Star of Bethlehem. Each comes with a silvery ribbon for hanging. read more

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Attract birds to your backyard with this petite, predator-thwarting feeder. The durable, coated-steel globe lets birds perch safel...y inside while making it difficult for squirrels and other unwanted visitors to get in. The removable polycarbonate feeding tube holds 14 oz. of feed (not included). Developed with help from the British Trust for Ornithology. read more

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As their wild habitats give way to urban development, more and more birds live in residential landscapes. Increasingly, ornitholog...ists are turning to backyard birders for critical data about their avian neighbors. And the easiest way for citizen scientists to observe birds is to feed them. Designed with help from the British Trust for Ornithology, the epoxy-coated steel frame of this modern feeder lets birds in while helping keep squirrels and other predators out. The polycarbonate feeding tube holds approximately 14 oz. of seeds or nuts. The weather-resistant steel construction makes it suitable for year-round use. A lockable lid and chaff catcher help to keep the seed mess to a minimum. read more

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Attract a wider variety of birds to your backyard by offering two different kinds of seed in this sturdy two-in-one wild-bird feed...er. Developed with the British Trust for Ornithology, the epoxy-coated steel frame lets birds in for year-round feeding but keeps squirrels and predators out. The divided polycarbonate feeding tube holds approximately 22 ounces of two different kinds of seeds or nuts. Includes mounting bracket that also serves as a lock. read more

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Developed with the British Trust for Ornithology, this feeder's epoxy-coated steel globe lets birds perch safely inside and keeps ...squirrels and predators out. Rugged design assures a long life of year-round service. Fill the polycarbonate feeding tube with 14 oz. of sunflower or wild-bird mix. read more

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For sailors and ship captains, the lines and symbols of nautical charts reveal hidden dangers and unknown depths. For those of us ...on land, the charts are often more evocative than practical, sparking daydreams of rolling waves and beachfront relaxation. What better way, then, to enjoy summertime drinks on the porch or to escape into a book and a cup of tea, than by using this custom-made serving tray depicting the nautical map of your choice? Provide us with your favorite U.S. town or landmark that is located on the coastline of the Atlantic or Pacific (including Alaska and Hawaii) or the Great Lakes, and artisans in New England will create a mango-wood tray featuring the nautical chart of your choice. Commemorate an Alaskan cruise, reminisce about a grandparents' home on Lake Michigan, honor a family's history of lobster fishing on Georges Bank choose any coastal location that has special meaning for you. Please note: To avoid errors and delays with your order, you must provide the name of a town or landmark that is located along a coastal waterway. Personalized items cannot be returned unless damaged or defective. Please check your order carefully; once placed, your order for this item cannot be canceled. Not available for shipment outside of the continental U.S. Allow 3-4 weeks for delivery. read more

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With its distinctive red clay and geometric designs, pottery from the Bulgarian town of Troyan is recognized by collectors around ...the world. Artisans use needles and fingertips to create feathered effects in the wet glaze. Our lidded, three-quart casserole dish is handcrafted in Troyan, Bulgaria, using lead-free glazes. read more

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Using seamless USGS topographic data, we're able to create home decor featuring maps of your most meaningful places. Provide any U....S. address and artisans in New England will create a coaster set on cork-backed, rustic tumbled marble-that reproduces a map of your location. The map will show topographical information covering nine square miles including your chosen location, with some main streets and major landmarks. A small compass rose will indicate your chosen location and the address you provide will be featured on the personalized map legend. See the images above for examples of maps featuring both rural and suburban areas. Please note: Personalized items cannot be returned unless damaged or defective. Please check your order carefully; once placed, your order for this item cannot be canceled. Not available for shipment outside of the U.S. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery to the continental U.S. and 4-6 weeks for delivery to Alaska and Hawaii. read more

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An unexpected flash of color is your first clue there is more to these traditional West African baskets than meets the eye. Using ...a traditional coiling technique, and working together with other women from their village, rural women from Senegal's Wolof community braid a thick cattail grass called njodax with strips of recycled plastic. In the past, palm fronds would have been used with the njodax , but for several decades the women have been partial to inexpensive and colorful recycled plastics they can find in the city. The perfect way to display your farmer's market peaches or your favorite new yarn, this set of three nesting baskets in orange, white, and turquoise brings bright and colorful style to any room. read more

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Based on an address of your choice, this set of four puzzle-piece coasters is the perfect way to celebrate a new home or remember ...a much-loved place from your past. Stacked together in an elegant box, your coaster set is fashioned from an aerial photograph featuring remarkable detail. With a bird's-eye view of the landscape, you can spot houses, buildings, and waterways. As functional are they are beautiful, when you put them together, they make a great trivet for serving piping hot dishes. Each sturdy coaster is printed and coated to make the surface scratch- and heat-resistant and easy to wipe clean. Please note: Personalized items cannot be returned unless damaged or defective. Please check your order carefully; once placed, your order for this item cannot be canceled. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. U.S. postal addresses only. read more

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Talavera pottery originated in the Arab-Andalusia culture of Talavera de la Reina, Spain, where it was known as majolica. When Spa...nish monks came to Mexico in the 16th century, they wanted to decorate their monasteries and churches with tiles like they had back home. But although pre-Hispanic Mexican cultures had a long history of working in ceramic, they didn't use a potter's wheel or glaze. The monks brought specialized artisans to the Mexican state of Puebla to train them in the majolica style. Mexican artisans fused their knowledge of ceramic techniques and local materials with their own interpretation of majolica, creating the distinctive patterns and colors that have come to be known as talavera pottery. These colorful mugs are created in the Talavera style by a family-run studio in Guanajuato, Mexico. They're microwave and dishwasher safe, making them just as practical as they are beautiful. read more

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With energy-efficient LED bulbs and aircraft-grade anodized aluminum, this convertible lantern/flashlight by Cyclops is powerful a...nd durable enough for any outdoor adventure, but fits easily into a backpack. Use it as a handheld spotlight, or slide the housing up to transform it into a hands-free 360 lantern that can be set on a table or hung from a tent. The LED bulb has a bright 200-lumen output and three modes 100% brightness, 75% brightness, or strobe. One set of three AAA batteries (not included) will power the unit at 100% for three hours, much longer than flashlights with conventional bulbs. read more

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Japan and Korea Political: This political map shows details of Korean and Japanese regions and borders. 23 x 30, Scale 1:2,982,000....The Forgotten War: This new map of Korea displays pictures and maps of the Korean War on one side and modern maps of the two Koreas on the other side. Inset maps compare the population density and military forces of North and South Korea. Detailed colorized relief maps reveal the rugged physical geography of the Korean peninsula. New place-names introduced by the South Korean government are shown??????changing places such as Pusan to Busan and Cheju to Jeju. The new South Korean high-speed railroad, schedules to open in 2004 is shown connecting Seoul to Busan. 23 x 36, Scale 1:1,357,000. read more

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This beautiful wall map of Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks is in poster format for easy framing and hanging. Based on th...e popular Trails Illustrated map of the park, this poster gives you rich topographic detail to show the parks magnificent mountains and valleys, as well as updated trail and road information. A perfect keepsake from the glorious park. Approximately 24in x 36in. Tubed maps come in a clear plastic storage tube. read more

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GW1590: Features: -Paper maps come rolled in cardboard tube, laminated maps come in a protective sleeve.-Three sizes: Poster (24 x... 36 ), standard (30 x 44 ) or enlarged (48 x 69 ).-Standard scale = 1:4,560,000.-Enlarged scale = 1:2,815,000.-Poster scale = 1:5,429,000.-Made in the USA. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 24'' H x 36'' W x .25'' D. Collection: -Wall Maps US collection. read more

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Recently developed a beautiful wall map of the entire Isle Royale National Park in poster format for easy framing and hanging. Bas...ed on the popular Trails Illustrated map of the park, this poster gives rich topographic detail to show the park read more

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This charming owl clock with its tail feather pendulum has an ancient connection to the mythology of Colombia's precolonial Muisca... culture. Huitaca was the goddess of pleasure, drink, and dance. Her husband, Bochica, was the god of morality. This unlikely match ended when Bochica, frustrated with his wife's antics, turned her into an owl and commanded her to hold up the sky. Artisans in Cota, Colombia, craft this bright accent piece from hand-painted metal. Let its whimsy remind you to enjoy life's pleasures, in moderation. read more

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Translucent alabaster has been a favorite of sculptors for centuries. Relatively soft and easy to carve, it can seem as delicate a...nd ethereal as a snowflake. This trio of winter ornaments hung on Christmas tree branches or in a sunny window is hand-carved in India. Like snowflakes themselves, no two hand-carved pieces will be exactly alike. read more

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Ideal for travelers in dark hotel rooms, this packable alarm clock projects the time onto any ceiling in red numbers that are easi...ly read at night. An LCD screen with luminous blue backlight displays the time, date, day, and temperature. You'll always be on time thanks to an internal receiver that uses signals from the official U.S. atomic clock to maintain permanent self-adjusting accuracy. read more

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This inviting bedding begins as lengths of crisp cotton fabric, laid smooth along a wooden table. Artisans take hand-carved wooden... blocks, dip them in indigo-hued dye, and stamp the elaborate pattern one block at a time. It takes up to nine separate blocks to create the multi-layered design. Many of the artisans who work on these pieces own family farms and return to their village during planting and harvest seasons. read more

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Art meets science in this colorful glass thermometer. In 1593, Italian physicist Galileo invented a thermometer based on the princ...iples of relative density. Individually calibrated weights float in a sealed tube of water where they rise and fall with the temperature and the resulting changes in water density. read more

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A Balinese artisan uses sustainably collected teak branches and twigs from coffee plants to suspend a cascade of glass leaves in t...his delicate wind chime. read more

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Detailed, National Geographic Cartography.Earth-Toned Palette; Ocean-Floor Relief.Deluxe, Double-Sided Lamination.Poster Size: 24 ...x 36 ; Scale: 1:45,500,000. read more

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This elegant wall map of Europe by National Geographic features a rich antique appearance with modern political cartography. Beaut...iful earth toned hues fill this exceptionally detailed map which includes thousands of carefully researched place names political boundaries and shaded relief combined with the ever popular National Geographic cartography. Size: 116 x 76 . read more

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To give the gift of a Digital Subscription to the National Geographic Magazine, add this product to your cart. You can then design...ate an e-mail address for the gift recipient Roam the world through the pages of National Geographic magazine, now available in an all-access subscription that includes home delivery of the print edition along with access to the enhanced digital edition. Explore the diversity of our planet's lands and inhabitants in compelling stories covering topics such as animals, nature, science, technology, culture, history, travel, adventure, exploration, and geography. Digital access includes all of the articles and content of the print edition, plus awe-inspiring photography stunning videos audio interviews daily newsfeed and updates from photographers in the field interactive maps and images with 360-degree views Your subscription is your key to membership in the National Geographic Society. Join today and bring the adventure of National Geographic into your home! National Geographic Magazine All Access includes a one-year subscription to National Geographic magazine (12 print issues and 12 digital issues), plus access to National Geographic magazine's online archive complete with issues from 1888 onward. Please note: Available for iPad and iPhone for Canadian customers. (The Kindle Fire is not currently available in Canada.) U.S. customers click here . Devices pictured are not included. Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of the first issue of the print edition. read more

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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. With its external antenna for great reception and large full-range speaker with bass and treble control for maximum sound quality, you don't have to settle for subpar audio when you're in the field. Clock, alarm, and sleep timer. Digital frequency readout LCD screen for frequency and clock Digital clock with selectable 12/24 hour format Main tuning knob and independent fine-tuning control knob Variable RF gain control Rotary volume control Variable, independent bass and treble control Low-pass filter for shortwave and AM reception Line outputs stereo Earphone socket in stereo Built-in carrying strap Built-in telescopic antenna for FM and shortwave Built in ferrite bar antenna for AM Jacks for supplementary AM, FM, and shortwave antennas read more

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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. With its external antenna for great reception and large full-range speaker with bass and treble control for maximum sound quality, you don't have to settle for subpar audio when you're in the field. Includes clock, alarm, and sleep timer. read more

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On the road and in emergencies, staying connected is critical. Our rugged, splashproof, AM/FM/NOAA radio recharges its own battery... and that of most smartphones via micro-USB cable, solar panel, or hand crank, all included. Comes with an LED flashlight, emergency beacon, and glow-in-the-dark locator. Three AAA batteries, not included, provide alternate power for the radio and lights. read more

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The Thermor, National Geographic Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Humidex Thermometer measures outdoor relative humidity, indoor/outdoor te...mperatures and provides an index scale that warns of high humidex values. read more

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