Well, ok, no, you likely cannot fit a cowbell into the Smith & Bradley Beacon Box. What can you fit into it, though? Along with a variety of gear, you could fit a watch in there. And that is what the latest reward tier from the brand is offering.When we wrote up the original project back in April, I rather liked the utility that they built in – this seems like a very robust way to protect, say, your cell phone (and charge it) while you’re off in the woods.
Now, the brand has just released a new reward tier (at $325) that includes the Sans-13. Not familiar with the watch? Well, then, you can check out my review of it right here. Much like the Beacon Box, this is a robust watch that is ready for the outdoors and any bad weather you run across. Combining the two, well, that just seems to make sense for the demographic this is aimed for. If that’s you, move fast, because only 50 of this combo will be available.
If, on the other hand, you simply want to get yourself a Beacon Box by itself, well, those are still available, with tiers starting $82 (yup, the Early Bird pricing is still available). While I have not yet seen a Beacon Box in person, I have been impressed with what I have seen from the brand, and am sure, from prior conversations, quality and durability will be top notch on this. You can see the full project here, which closes on August 4th. smithbradleyltd.com
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