ThermaCELL Heated Insoles

3 01 2017

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The Heated Insoles from ThermaCELL. Photo: ThermaCELL

The Heated Insoles from ThermaCELL.
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I hate cold feet! Once my feet get cold, it seems I am never able to get warm. The ThermaCELL Heated Insoles help keep me in the stand, in the cold, all day long. I have owned the ThermaCELL Heated Insoles for many years, and just got a new pair this year. I like to buy my hunting boots 1/2 to 1 size bigger than I usually wear to allow for the slightly larger size of the Heated Insole than regular insoles.

ThermaCELL uses state of the art Thermal technology with a built-in thermostat in their heated insoles. The life of the insoles is approximately 2,500 hours of use, or about four winters worth of use, or at least 500 rechargings.. The recharge time is a quick four hours or less; the insoles must be fully charged before using, but you can then expect the battery life to be five hours of constant heat on medium; of course, the outdoor temperature and the insulation value of your boots will affect the battery life. To use your Heated Insoles, turn the insoles on by switching the little black slide button in the back of the heel to on. Then using your remote control, select the temperature by using the buttons as indicated; High (111º F), Medium (100º F), or No Heat. Insert your insoles into your boots. The insoles can be trimmed to fit your boots for the best fit and comfort.

Before using, make sure your insoles are trimmed to fit your boots, and fully charged. Photo: Diane Hassinger

Before using, make sure your insoles are trimmed to fit your boots, and fully charged.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

Here are several tips for using your insoles from the ThermaCELL website (http://heat.thermacell.com/heated-insoles/original-heated-insoles)

  • The insoles do not get hot to the touch like a disposable warming pad.
  • They keep your feet warm, not hot.
  • Use the insoles in a cold environment and with insulated boots for best results.
  • Trim the insoles to fit properly into your boots.
  • Make sure your boots are not too tight with the insertion of the insoles. When the blood flow is restricted to your feet, you feel the cold faster.
  • Use the No Heat setting when you are engaged in strenuous activity. This will prolong the battery and keep your feet from sweating.
Hiking in the snow and cold is made bearable when your feet stay warm. The Heated Insoles keep my feet from freezing in the stand. Photo: Diane Hassinger

Hiking in the snow and cold is made bearable when your feet stay warm. The Heated Insoles keep my feet from freezing in the stand.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

I used the insoles while hunting late season deer in Pennsylvania. During this late season you can experience all four seasons in a week, but generally we are below zero during this time. I usually did not turn the insoles to heat until I was situated in my stand, and I had a chance to cool off from the long walk. My favorite stand is almost a half mile hike from my home, and I chose to walk in rather than take the quad to avoid alerting the early browsing deer. I usually stay in the stand until well after lunch time, so I can take advantage of the other hunters going in for lunch, pushing the deer to me. Then I go back out for the last couple of hours. With five hours of continuous running on medium, I rarely have the batteries die on me. Keep in mind, at this time of year, we only have about nine hours of daylight. For earlier hunting seasons, I try to have a second pair of Heated Insoles available to change out at lunch time, or if I am staying out all day, I take a second pair with me to swap out when the battery dies. These insoles work just as well with any cold weather outdoor activity, including work.

The MSRP of the ThermaCELL Heated Insoles is $134.99 and can be purchased at most sporting good retailers or at http://heat.thermacell.com/heated-insoles/original-heated-insoles. They come in women’s sizes 4.5 to 14.

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This post originally published at http://ladiesincamo.com/licpr/2016/06/21/thermacell-heated-insoles-diane-hassinger/





Buck Bantam Series Knives in Muddy Girl Camo

3 01 2017

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The first knife my parent’s bought me as a child was a Buck. When my children were young, I purchased them their first Buck knife, and again when my grandchildren were ready for their first knives. I hope to live long enough to carry on the tradition with my great grandchildren! With our family currently being 3/4 female, I knew I needed to find out more about the Bantam Knives being offered in Muddy Girl Camo, and always, I was not disappointed!

All of the Bantam knives feature a 420HC Stainless Steel drop point blade shape which features the top of the blade dropping towards the tip to minimize accidental puncturing, and with the blade bearing a strong thick point, it is both strong and versatile. It is up to the heavier tasks, but can be used for more delicate knife operations. The handles are formed by injection molding, and the 3 larger Bantams feature a pocket clip. These lock back knives feature one hand opening and the three larger ones can be personalized for a mere $7.00. I love personalized gifts!

The Buck Knives get a work out everyday around our farm. Photo: Diane Hassinger

The Buck Knives get a work out everyday around our farm.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

Buck’s 420HC Stainless Steel that all of the Bantams use for their blades is the standard for Buck. The wear resistance nears the ability of high carbon, but is an easy blade to sharpen and retains the corrosion resistance of the stainless steel. They harden their blades to a Rc 58 on the Rockwell scale.

The Buck Bantam Series of Knives: Bantam Nano, BBW, BLW and BHW. Photo: Diane Hassinger

The Buck Bantam Series of Knives: Bantam Nano, BBW, BLW and BHW.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

The Bantams come in 4 different sizes. The Bantam Nano has a blade length of 1 7/8″, and a overall closed length of 3″, which is a perfect knife to carry attached to a key chain, or a backpack for quick and easy access. I always try to keep a knife hanging from either my body or backpack to use for emergencies, like having to cut a harness strap, or even just to remove a limb that obscures your shooting. The Bantam BBW lock back knife features a blade length of 2 3/4″ with an overall closed length of 3 3/4″. The Bantam BLW has a 3 1/8″ blade, overall length of 4 3/8″, this knife features a pocket clip for easy attachment to your clothing or backpack. The Bantam BHW features a 3 3/4″ blade and the overall legth is 5 1/8″, at the largest of these Bantams, the BHW is still a comfortable size for everyday use. The pocket clip helps me know where my knives are at all times.

Generally you can find a couple of knives on me at any given time. I hate to have to look for a knife for the easiest of tasks. On our farm, everything from cutting hay strings, cutting open containers, freeing a horse from grapevines to stripping wires can all be done with a Buck Bantam. Hunting opens up even more opportunities to pull out my knife; cutting limbs or straps, cutting up a rabbit or grouse or even field dressing a deer. But don’t put your knives away yet! With camping, fishing, hiking or even personal protection, my knives don’t get a day off. All of these knives are easy to grip, and the Muddy Girl Camo makes them coordinate with a lot of our lifestyle camo.

Sarah trimming a limb with one of her Bantam Knives. Photo: Diane Hassinger

Sarah trimming a limb with one of her Bantam Knives.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

With the 4 sizes of Bantam knives available, you are sure to find 1 or 2 (or even more) that are perfect for your every outdoor need, and at these prices, I tend to keep several on hand! All of the Buck Knives feature the Buck’s Forever Warranty. For more information, or to order, or to order a personalized Buck Bantam Knife, go to http://www.buckknives.com/search?q=bantam. The MSRP’s are:

  • Bantam Nano Mini $24.00
  • Bantam BBW $28.00
  • Bantam BLW $33.00
  • Bantam BHW $38.00

These knives are Made in the USA using USA and imported parts.

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This post originally published at http://ladiesincamo.com/licpr/2016/07/18/buck-bantam-series-knives-in-muddy-girl-camo-diane-hassinger/





Cobra Floating Walkie Talkies

3 01 2017

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The Cobra Floating Walkie Talkies. Photo: Cobra

The Cobra Floating Walkie Talkies.
Photo: Cobra

When we are kayaking or boating, I always worry about my cell phone getting wet. Even though I have a “waterproof” case, I have had these fail, and I am then in the market for a new cell phone. Now I carry my Cobra Floating Walkie Talkies with me, and I can rest assured that they will work, even if they get wet, and I can be in contact with someone in case of a problem.

Cobra’s CXT 1035R FLT 2 way Floating Walkie Talkies come ready to put to work right out of the box. They are pre-charged,and have a peak range of 37 miles, although your experiences with them will vary based on elevations and obstacles. You can recharge using the included micro USB cable and dock charger, or you can use AA batteries when recharging isn’t possible. They feature a built in NOAA Weather & Emergency Radio receiver, and a LED Flashlight, you will be prepared for most all situations you find yourself in. The Rewind-Say-Again technology, allows you to replay the last 20 seconds of a missed transmission, this allows you to double check or just try to hear what was said. The bright orange rubberized case is just 7 1/2″ by 2 1/3″ by 1 1/2″, perfect for holding onto, and being able to grip even when your hands are wet or cold.

These 2 way radios are both waterproof, and float! Photo: Diane Hassinger

These 2 way radios are both waterproof, and float!
Photo: Diane Hassinger

The Floating Walkies Talkies do indeed FLOAT! Reluctantly I tossed the walkie talkie into the canal, just to prove to myself that they do indeed float, and continue to work after becoming wet. The walkie talkie performed wonderfully! The bright color made it easy to spot floating on the water, and I am sure even if it had floated away from the kayak for a short distance, I would have spotted it easily. The bright orange color and the ability to stay atop the water make it virtually impossible to destroy or lose these!

Watersports are not a problem with these CXT 1035R FLT Floating 2 way radios by Cobra. Photo: Diane Hassinger

Watersports are not a problem with these CXT 1035R FLT Floating 2 way radios by Cobra.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

Recently while in Florida, we took the double kayak out into the bay, the wind was quite choppy, and we had waves of about 1 foot. I took my walkie talkie, and left the other with my husband. We got buffeted by both the wind and waves, but were seeing manatees and sting rays, so I never even considered going in early. Well as having fun will do to you, time got away from us, and we were still a half a mile out at the time we had arranged to meet for dinner. Not a problem! I keyed up the walkie talkie and soon had Dale changing our reservation for a later time. This sounds so trivial, but it could have been an emergency that I was contacting him about, luckily we only needed contact for something simple. These walkie talkies are going to be great for all the adventures I get into!

For more information, go to their website at https://www.cobra.com/products/max-performance/cxt-1035r-flt. Information on buying the Cobra Walkie Talkies can be found at https://www.cobra.com/support/find-a-store. The MSRP is an affordable $129.95, with a couple of sets, everyone can be in contact!

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Endorsement Disclosure: Per the guidelines of the Federal Trade Commission, the products reviewed in these product reviews is an endorsement and the writer may have been compensated by “in-kind” payment to review the product.

This post originally published at http://ladiesincamo.com/licpr/2016/08/06/cobra-floating-walkie-talkies-diane-hassinger/





Maven Fly, Clothing for Women who Fish

3 01 2017

maven fly logoI spend a lot of my time fishing during the warmer months, or bowfishing when I can. I am always looking for clothes that have enough give to the fit to be able to move while casting or pulling the bowfishing bow. Maven Fly came through for me on a recent bowfishing for stingray trip, followed by flyfishing for bass.

Water beading on the Fishing Shirt, they really are water repellent! Photo: Diane Hassinger

Water beading on the Fishing Shirt, they really are water repellent!
Photo: Diane Hassinger

When I first put on the Maven Fly Fishing Shirt, I immediately loved the tailored fit and look with princess seams. I could wear this shirt from creek to ocean to restaurant! While out bowfishing, I became aware of a feature that totaly sold me on this shirt; it is

Diane bowfishing for stingray in the Maven Fly Fishing Shirt and Custom UV Buff. Photo: Diane Hassinger

Diane bowfishing for stingray in the Maven Fly Fishing Shirt and Custom UV Buff.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

water repellent! And unlike other shirts that proclaim to be water resistant or repellent, this one actually is! While everyone else was getting splashed and wet from the ocean spray, I was being splashed also, but the water never penetrated the shirt, so I stayed dry and comfortable. The shirt is manufactured of 100% Taslan Nylon with 100% Polyester Swiss Dot mesh backing, with the back being vented for airflow, and the cut is slightly longer, so the shirt does not ride up. There is a small zippered pocket on the back for storage of necessities, and Maven Fly pink accents finish the shirt off, and the UPF of 50+ keeps you safe from the sun. The shirt comes in sizes from XXS to XXL in three colors; Dusty Rose, Popper Green, and Hot White.

The Fly Pants are made of the same great Taslan Nylon material. They are also water repellent, and breathable. There are multiple cargo pockets, giving you space to stash everything you need to take fishing with you. They cover you with a

Diane fishing a local pond wearing the Maven Fly Fishing Shirt, Fly Pants, Custom UV Buff and Ball Cap. Photo: Diane Hassinger

Diane fishing a local pond wearing the Maven Fly Fishing Shirt, Fly Pants, Custom UV Buff and Ball Cap.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

UPF of 30+ and come in the versatile colors of Silver Grey and Nomad Khaki. They come in sizes from XXS to XL, and also have the Maven Fly pink accents on the buttons and tie backs to shorten the pants to Capri length. The pants also have a slightly adjustable waist, which eliminates the need for a belt.

Accessories are available, including the Ball Cap in the Hot White color with the bold Maven Fly logo embroidered on the front, and the Custom UV Buff also available in the Hot White color with the Maven Fly logo pattern. The buff can be worn in multiple styles on either your head, neck, hair or even wrist. The versatility of the buff makes it extremely useful to have with you, and helps protect your skin from the sun. As with any outdoor activity, especially one that is near or on the water, protect your skin the best you can!

I wore the Fishing Shirt and Custom UV Buff while bowfishing for stingrays. The shirt was comfortable, being true to size, and kept me free from wet soaking through. The buff I kept switching around from my neck to wearing it as a head band or bandana. I was able to shot the bow without infringement, although my shooting needs lots of improvement!

Once back in Pennsylvania, I was fly fishing for bass on a local lake. This was the perfect opportunity to try out the entire ensemble. I was able to cast, fight fish and wade with ease. The best part of both trips was that at the end of the day, I was able to go out to eat with my husband straight from the water, and look good! The clothes that look like dress clothes and wear like outdoor clothes!

The Maven Fly Ball Cap, Custom UV Buff, Fly Pants and Fishing Shirt. Photos: Maven Fly

The Maven Fly Ball Cap, Custom UV Buff, Fly Pants and Fishing Shirt.
Photos: Maven Fly

For more information, and to purchase any of the Maven Fly products, go to http://mavenfly.com/. The MSRP of the Fishing Shirt is $124.99, Fly Pants $116.99, Ball Cap $29.99, Custom UV Buff $27.99. Pair all of these products together for an extremely good looking and full function look!

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Endorsement Disclosure: Per the guidelines of the Federal Trade Commission, the products reviewed in these product reviews is an endorsement and the writer may have been compensated by “in-kind” payment to review the product.

This post originally published at http://ladiesincamo.com/licpr/2016/08/13/maven-fly-clothing-for-women-who-fish-diane-hassinger/





People’s Choice Beef Jerky

3 01 2017

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The Old Fashioned line of People's Choice beef jerky. Photo: People's Coice

The Old Fashioned line of People’s Choice beef jerky.
Photo: People’s Choice

It is summer, and my homemade jerky has been gone for a long time! Hunting season doesn’t open for another 2 months, so what do I do? I opt to continue eating jerky made with the same type of commitment that I have to keeping jerky homemade and delicious!

When I make my own homemade jerky, I start with slicing the meat by hand, marinating in a delicious blend of spices, positioning the meat slices on my racks, and dehydrating/cooking till the jerky is done to perfection. People’s Choice Beef Jerky continues this same process, by hand, in their family run business. For 87 years, four generations, they have continued this tradition to bring homemade flavor and quality to your home when your own supplies have run out.

When you purchase People’s Choice Beef Jerky, you can expect some long time friends, of the jerky type; Hot & Spicy and Original.  Those two flavors are made in the “Old Fashioned” methods using a family recipe that dates back to the 1920’s and are simply what you expect from jerky. The “Classic Style” of Hot & Spicy, Original and Teriyaki, and beef sticks in the same varieties, are People’s Choice way of combating processed meat snacks. They use individual slabs of meat cut from solid pieces of meat. The “Carne Seca” line of products uses inspiration from downtown Los Angeles, This line includes Carne Seca Limon, Carne Seca Limon con Chili and Machaca. These are traditional Mexican flavors, with carne seca translating to, appropriately, dried meat, with the Machaca being shredded jerky chew. Now my favorite varieties come from the “Tasting Kitchen” line. These are limited editions, and feature new and special flavors, including; Garlic Ginger, Orange Honey Teriyaki, Sriracha and Sweet Chili Habanero.

Jerky is the perfect road trip or anytime snack. People's Choice Beef Jerky has many flavors to pick from. Photo: Diane Hassinger

Jerky is the perfect road trip or anytime snack. People’s Choice Beef Jerky has many flavors to pick from.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

It seems inevitable that when I am on a road trip, I crave jerky! Recently while on an extended road trip with my husband, we munched our way through an entire box of People’s Choice Beef Jerky. My absolute favorites were the Sweet Chili Habanero and Sriracha, while Dale is more traditional, with his favorites being the Original and Hot & Spicy. We both loved the meat sticks in all 3 flavors. I always feel so much better when we eat “real” foods rather than candies and chips. Meat snacks keep me from feeling hungry for a much longer period than junk food, so I don’t have to fight my diet as much when we get home.

People’s Choice says “we may not always do it the easy way, but we do it the right way¹”, which seems to be the motto of anyone who wants better quality and homemade. For more information on this tasty jerky visit https://peopleschoicebeefjerky.com/. The MSRP’s of the various products are:

  • All varieties of Jerky in 3 ounce bags $6.00
  • All varieties of 100% Beef Meat Sticks, 24 sticks for $18.00

All of the Beef Jerky and Meat Sticks are made with 100% USA beef, so obviously high in protein. If you are on a Gluten Free, Paleo-Friendly or Keto-Friendly diet, there is a People’s Choice Beef Jerky made for you! So while you are waiting for that first deer of the season to make your venison jerky, visit People’s Choice and find a traditional jerky alternative to tide you over!

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¹  https://peopleschoicebeefjerky.com/pages/our-story-2016

This post originally published at http://ladiesincamo.com/licpr/2016/08/25/peoples-choice-beef-jerky-diane-hassinger/





Primos Proof Camera 2

3 01 2017

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The Primos Proof Camera 02, get the proof! Photo: Primos

The Primos Proof Camera 02, get the proof!
Photo: Primos

When I first received the Primos Proof Game Camera 02, I never imagined the ways I would be using it! I get tunnel vision that game camera only have a single use, and that is to get pictures of the game that is coming into your stand. Well the Proof Game Camera did that and much, much more. To sound cliché, the Proof Camera gave me the Proof!

What started in our home as a mystery, was soon solved by the use of the Proof Camera, the name actually inspired me to use the camera. My fish tank was mysteriously loosing water, and while I suspected the culprit, I needed real proof to convince my husband. So I set the camera up in my kitchen, and left the house, within minutes of me leaving, The Proof Camera 02 was making the case against our culprit, our black lab! When confronted with the picture proof, Dale admitted his dog was making itself comfortable drinking out of my aquarium, and her natural agility made the jump up onto the counter easy. Since then I have had trail pictures of many deer, and the camera is currently set up over our dumpster. While I suspect a black bear is making its rounds I would love to get a picture of this current trouble maker.

BUSTED! The Proof Camera 02 gave me the proof against our black lab. Photo: Diane Hassinger

BUSTED! The Proof Camera 02 gave me the proof against our black lab.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

The Primos Proof Camera 02 is the easiest camera I have ever used, both set up and removing the SD card to review the pictures. Some of the newer game cameras have added so many bells and whistles, that you need a college education in using them. Not the case with the Proof 02, they have returned to the basics of what you need and want, and nothing that you don’t; pictures and videos! The camera runs on 8 AA batteries, that have a battery life of approximately 9 months. The camera has 12 mega pixels, so the pictures and video are good quality. With a night range of 100 feet, and 48 low glow LED’s nothing will escape getting picture proof. The set up is easily accomplished in just 4 simple steps; install batteries, install SD card, slide to setup mode to

One of the many game trail pictures taken with the Proof Camera 02. Photo: Diane Hassinger

One of the many game trail pictures taken with the Proof Camera 02.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

set date and time, and then turn on the camera. That’s it! Simple to use and most effective, how can you beat that!

You can get more information about this camera at http://www.primos.com/products/game-cameras/proof-cam-02/. The MSRP is $160.95 and you can find out where to buy at http://www.primos.com/where-to-buy/.

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This post originally published at http://ladiesincamo.com/licpr/2016/10/19/primos-proof-game-camera-02-diane-hassinger/





Seek Thermal

3 01 2017

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Photo: Seek Thermal

Photo: Seek Thermal

One of the coolest products I have had the privilege to review is the Reveal XR by Seek Thermal! This durable thermal camera is designed to aid the hunting community, but it can do so much more!

Photo: Seek Thermal

Photo: Seek Thermal

This thermal imager comes in TrueTimber® Kanati Camouflage or Pure Black; I have the TrueTimber Kanati Camouflage pattern. The rechargeable battery lasts more than ten hours; I have found I can recharge in the evenings, and I still have plenty of power all day long. The large color display boasts a thermal sensor of 206×156 for infrared detection, and it also has a 300 lumen LED flashlight, making this device even more beneficial to hunters.The single-hand interface allows easy usage of the imager, while allowing you to keep your other hand free to aid walking and carrying your weapon or pack. The 20° field of view detects temperatures of -40 to +626, detection range out to 900 feet of distance, day and night! If that wasn’t enough, this unit can take still pictures and video, and you have several options of heat display to help with your search.

I have found so many ways to use this unit. Recently my horses got out at night, I tried looking with a flashlight, but had no luck. I pulled out the Reveal XR and within just a couple of minutes, I located them at about 200 yards down by our pond. I could have spent hours looking with my flashlight, instead I was able to get them back in the fence and still get a good night sleep.

One of the deer I have seen with the Seek Thermal Reveal XR while walking to the barn at night. This one was about 30 yards away from me. Photo: Diane Hassinger

One of the deer I have seen with the Seek Thermal Reveal XR while walking to the barn at night. This one was about thirty yards away from me.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

On the same mind set, I now use the Reveal XR when I am walking to our barns at night, and the wildlife I see is amazing! I have had deer within ten yards as well as raccoons, opossums, and even a coyote off in the distance. Occasionally we have bear come into our yard, so it is nice to be able to see what I am walking toward even if the animal is behind brush.

In and around our house, the unit detects heat loses from windows and doors. After I scanned the windows, I was able to add insulation to the main areas that heat was leaking out, saving money on our energy bills. I can also scout for intruders in the dark, without alerting anyone that I am looking; there is no flashlight beam to be seen. I can also look beyond the windows at night to see if anyone or anything is lurking nearby.

Recently, I was able to use the unit while tracking a wounded buck. I was able to detect large puddles of blood, and the wounded buck standing in a cornfield, about fifty yards away. We may have walked right past him without the thermal imager. In February I have a hog hunt scheduled, during which we can hunt 24 hours a day. I will be taking my Reveal XR to help me maximize my chances of taking a good hog for the table. Check with your states hunting laws to determine the legality of a thermal unit.

Our guide in a corn field at night. Using the Reveal XR is easier to pick out object at night than using a flashlight. Photo: Diane Hassinger

Our guide in a corn field at night. Using the Reveal XR, it was easier to pick out an  object at night rather than use a flashlight.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

My grandkids like to use the unit to play hide and seek at night with the seeker using the unit to find the others. Getting the kids outside and enjoying the outdoors is always a great idea. I love that my “hunting gear” can be part of our everyday life!

The MSRP of the Seek Thermal Reveal XT is $449 and can be purchased at http://www.thermal.com/products/revealxr/. I know a couple of very good “little” boys on my Christmas list that would love to have one of these cameras!

Seek Thermal logo is the sole property of its rightful owner and used within this writing solely for the promotion of products herein as requested by the product’s manufacturer.

Endorsement Disclosure: Per the guidelines of the Federal Trade Commission, the products reviewed in these product reviews is an endorsement and the writer may have been compensated by “in-kind” payment to review the product.

This post originally published at http://ladiesincamo.com/licpr/2016/11/07/seek-thermal-reveal-xr-diane-hassinger/