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Be the first aboard (aside from the captain) to glimpse land with Celestron Skymaster’s 15 x 70 binoculars. The high-performance stargazers offer 15 times magnification, ultrasharp focus capabilities and a 70-mm objective lens for maximum brightness in low-light conditions. They also come with a handy carrying case and can capture long-range, land-based views as well, making it a perfect companion on an African safari.

Bright binoculars

Land ahoy! Be the first aboard (aside from the captain) to glimpse land with Celestron Skymaster's 15 x 70 binoculars. The high-performance stargazers offer 15 times magnification, ultrasharp focus capabilities and a 70-mm objective lens for maximum brightness in low-light conditions. They also come with a handy carrying case and can capture long-range, land-based views as well, making it a perfect companion on an African safari. $149.99; www.canadiantire.ca

Action camera

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Head deep underwater or on high-speed adventures and capture every second of the action with the Oregon Scientific ATC9K HD All Terrain Video Action Camera. The waterproof, helmet-ready camera has a 135-degree field of view and can be used on the ski slopes, underwater and on rugged mountain biking terrain. Full colour 1080 x 720p resolution video is recorded directly to a built-in memory card and a LCD screen allows for immediate playback. Those who are eager to track the G-force of their movements can tune into the built-in G-Sensor. $302; www2.oregonscientific.com

Door guard

Designed with solo female travellers in mind, the ila WEDGE Doorstop Alarm is handy for anyone who wants to keep unexpected hotel room intruders at bay. Slip the personal security into place (it works like a regular door stop) and sleep soundly. If anyone tries to break in, a piercing siren will sound. $20; www.handpickedgiftstore.com

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