Highgear began in 1999, when outdoor enthusiast Mike Hosey set out to create a unique line of compact and affordable outdoor navigation watches and tools. Hosey was already an avid adventurer, having spent countless hours skiing at Sugar Mountain and hiking in the majestic Pisgah National Forest. With the goal of producing more functional wilderness watches and survival tools, Highgear came to full fruition in 2001 with a host of cutting edge, hand-held Highgear navigational devices, compasses, altimeter watches, pedometers, heart monitors and ... Learn more about Highgear unique survival tools. Today, the innovators behind Highgear watches spend hours brainstorming new ideas, making product improvements and enhancing the functionality of their equipment. The result has been an incredible line of Highgear compasses, watches and outdoor gear that make outdoor life easier and more fun. ... Less
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Highgear Trail Lite Mini Lantern in Red - Closeouts
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by GrayRider from Green Mountain Falls, CO on Wednesday, July 30, 2014
    You won't read many novels with this light, but that is not why I purchased it. It casts a perfect amount of light to keep my claustrophobic wife comfortable in extreme darkness. Four stars rather that five because I'm not sure how long the batteries will really last yet.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Badwater Spiderling from Santa Cruz on Sunday, July 13, 2014
    I have not yet used this on a camping trip (thus only 4 stars), but I was amazed by how bright it is. It's very small and lightweight, though 4 AA batteries do make at least as heavy as a small flashlight. The advantage is, this sits upright and has a reflective coat on the upper cover inside, helping the light stream out the sides. It seems perfect for a tent light and also would be good for prepping food at night (mentioned because we can't stand to leave a beautiful trail and almost always get back to camp at dusk--for you early risers, I'm sure it will work equally well for illuminating your pre-dawn coffee making activities). Has an optional flashing setting for distress signals.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fletch from Indiana on Wednesday, June 18, 2014
    Piece of Junk...compass is far from accurate and temperature gauge did not work even with fresh battery. Avoid this product.
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