We always want you to stay powered (with Weego, of course) but it’s good to stay educated too. Learning portable power basics is important, but can be overwhelming with all the fancy jargon people use. Check out the Weego Blog to learn more about all sorts of interesting stuff from our in-house nerd, Julianna.
Are you going on a road trip soon? Road trips are fun, but we have a few tips to help make them even better! Check out our road trip tips below!
Of course, kids that fish – or hope to someday soon – dream of having their own gear. A rite of passage for just about any budding young angler is getting their own tackle box. Make sure you get them started off on the right foot!
Boat vinyl: it’s a godsend and a curse. Tough, adaptable and used for everything from seat covers to bolsters, flaps and coverings, it solves a lot of would-problems for boaters in terms of providing a long-lasting, smooth and even stretchable material that functions best where a soft touch is desired. On the other hand, it can quickly grow dirty, grimy and uninviting if you don’t take care of it from day one.
Hooray! You finally bought that boat you’ve always wanted. Whether it’s a 14-foot skiff, family runabout or a mean, lean fishing machine, it’s your instant passage to fun on the water. But are you ready to trailer it yourself? If not, some driving practice is in order. To that end, here’s four quick tips for driving with a boat in tow...
Everything from our cell phones to our computers have gotten smaller and can hold a charge longer. We've witnessed the evolution of chemistry used in battery technology, the latest of which is Lithium, currently taking center stage because it packs a lot of punch in a small package – which is why our electronics are getting smaller and lasting longer between recharges.
While boating is continuing in the south, many areas are starting to experience colder weather that can bring certain dangers. Did you know that your chances of dying from going overboard are five times greater in winter months than in the summer? That’s one of the reasons why the Sea Tow Foundation is reminding boaters of the importance of boating safely in cold weather.