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 By AZBW    Boating    January 1, 2020

Air-Dryer

Everyone knows that musty, dank odor. It's a sign that mold and mildew have taken hold. Worse yet, it signals that damage such as rust may be happening. It's easy to eliminate the humidity that... Full story

 
 By Jim Allen    Boating    November 1, 2019

Snap Tool Multi-Key

Carrying around 19 different tools requires a lot of pockets. Or, if it's a Snap Tool Multi-Key from Davis Instruments, just one. Whether pleasure boating, sailboat racing or fishing, it's the one... Full story

 
 By WOT    RVing    June 1, 2019

Air-Dryr

Air-Dryr Protects Valuables From Rust, Mold, Mildew Moisture is insidious. Even trace amounts can cause rust, mold and mildew to set in. The result can be anything from a blemish to the complete loss... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Boating    January 1, 2018

Raillight Really Shines

Whether an adventure means camping, boating or simply relaxing on the patio, Davis Instruments' RailLightâ„¢ delivers the illumination needed to stave-off darkness and extend outdoor fun. And because... Full story

 
 By WOT    Boating    November 1, 2017

Shockles Absorb Jarring Loads On Lines And Chains

Whether tied to a dock or mooring, at anchor or towing a dinghy, lines and chains create enormous stress on cleats, chocks, fairleads and related fittings, especially when suddenly jarred.... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Boating    July 1, 2017

Here's A Safer, Easier Way To Move Small Boats

Out of the water, even the lightest dinghy can be awkward to move. Some owners use anything they can find, from reluctant bystanders to dock carts. Others simply resort to dragging on it the ground by... Full story

 
 By WOT    Boating    May 1, 2017

Simple Device Protects Dock Lines, Boat Finishes

Boats tied up or at anchor never stop moving. If the motion isn't relentlessly sawing away at a cleated dock line-typically unseen-it's causing the cordage to rub against the vessel. Once the rope... Full story

 
 By WOT    Camping    April 1, 2017

Davis Instruments - Convenient LED Light Consumes Only 1/50th Of An Amp

LED lighting has changed how people enjoy the outdoors at night. Davis Instruments takes this innovation to a higher level with its Mega-Light. Two models provide bright, clear light, while only drawi... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Fishing    November 1, 2016

Optimal Trolling Speeds Easy To Achieve With Happy Troller

Even at their lowest throttle, sterndrives and outboards can rarely power a boat at an optimal trolling speed. Many gamefish simply won't chase and strike at a lure that's moving too fast. The... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Boating    November 15, 2014

Davis Instrument's DockShockle

SHOCK NOT -- Davis Instrument's DockShockle is a fast, easy way to add a shock-absorbing element to dock lines. Available in black, the 12" DockShockle safely absorbs shock loads on smaller, lighter... Full story

 
 By AZBW    RVing    August 15, 2014

Compact Air-Dryr Tackles Moisture Problems

Damp outdoor conditions take a toll on the inside of RVs and boats and, making mold, mildew and corrosion problems inevitable. Such challenges are easily controlled with Davis Instruments' Air-Dryr,... Full story

 
 By AZBW    RVing    August 15, 2014

Solar-Powered Charger Also Offers Built-In Speakers

Packing light is useful in many situations, such as traveling, camping, boating or even just on a daily basis. The SoliCharger-SP from Davis Instruments combines a solar charger, high-output speakers... Full story

 
 By AZBW    RVing    August 15, 2014

LED Cap Creates Bright Light From A Bottle

Making light available when and where it's needed, Davis Instruments' LightCap 200 and LightCap 300 provide illumination conveniently from practically any water bottle. The LightCap 200 turns any... Full story

 

Happy Troller Plate Makes Anglers Smile

Slowing to optimum trolling speed no longer requires a trolling motor, hard-to-retrieve drag buckets or line-tangling drift socks. By blocking part of a prop's thrust with an aluminum plate, Happy... Full story

 

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