Today only! Amazon's useful camping checklist app!
Description Planning a camping trip ? Pre-loaded with more than 225 camping trip related items, this app is all you need to ensure you don't forget anything for your trip. Save hours of typing or creating lists of things to do before your camping trip. Avoid expensive mistakes and be stress free.
With options to add/edit/delete/copy/move/rearrange and duplicate you can quickly customize the list anyway you want. With support for multiple lists - feel free to create lists for various types of camping trips - short trips / long trips etc.
New Features !! - Revamped UI. Tablet support. Quick navigation - just swipe right to reveal the left pane. "Quick add" features. You can now add notes, quantity and an additional measurement. Auto sort ability. Checkout more features below.
The app comes with FREE lifetime updates. The app ONLY requires SD Card permission so that you can export/import list. It does NOT need internet connection and there are absolutely NO ads. Your privacy is guaranteed.
- Tablet support.
- Quick navigation. For small screen devices, just swipe right to reveal the left pane.
- Create new lists from factory templates in minutes.
- Add/Edit or delete lists/items/categories.
- Quickly add item or category from the same screen with the "Quick Add" feature.
- Add Notes, Quantity and an additional measurement (weight/volume/temperature etc) for each item.
- Hide/Unhide checked items, move checked to bottom/top.
- Ability to delete all checked items.
- "Add After This" or "Add Before This" option to insert items wherever you want and quickly.
- Password protect from prying eyes.
- Option to check all/uncheck all so you can reuse the list again.
- Copy or Move between lists, categories and items. Quickly creates your own personal list in matter of minutes.
- Auto Sort either in ascending or descending order.
- Rearrange items/categories/lists using drag/drop.
- Indicates the total number of items and the number of items that need to be completed.
- Color coded (green, yellow and red) for a visually appealing presentation
- Export/Backup all lists to external storage and import them back when needed.
- Edit your list on your computer and import it back.
- Easily email with your friends / family using any sharing client you have on your device.
- Send and share via Bluetooth to any bluetooth enabled device
- Easily send to your printer (via email - Needs email to print support on your printer)
A menstrual cup is a bell-shaped device worn inside your hooha during menstruation to collect menstrual fluid. Menstrual cups provide a viable alternative to pads and tampons. Menstrual cups are typically made of silicone or other nonlatex materials. Some menstrual cups are reusable — either one cup for an entire menstrual period or one cup for many menstrual periods — while others are intended for one-time use. Like The DivaCup, The Moon Cup and Softcup.
I got my first menstrual cup a month or two after Little One (LO) was born. I knew many years before little one was even conceived that I wanted to do cloth diapers for him. After he was born, seeing how easy cloth diapering was, I thought to myself, I wonder if I can do something like this for me for that lady time of month. So I started on my research and bought a menstrual cup and let me tell you it is life changing. Some of you that are hesitant maybe grossed out by a cup full of blood. But let me tell you, it not any more gross than a cotton soaked blood on a string or a completely soaked pad.
Here are some benefits to a menstrual cup that will make you change your mind:
So an average box of tampons costs around $7 and I used to go through maybe a box during a cycle. Panty-liners were a must because tampons always leaked, those averaged me around $6. A pack of 120 lasted me 2-3 months.
Let’s do the math shall we?
Tampons $7 x 12 months = $84
Pantiliners $6 x 4 times bought in a year = $24
Giving you a grand total of $108 not including costs of overnight pads because tampons do not last through the night.
One Diva cup cost is $26. And some brands say that their cups can last up to ten years! In ten years you would be spending $1,080 in disposable products!! Crazy right?!
There’s no denying how bad tampons are for the environment. A menstruating woman uses on average 11,000 tampons in her lifetime. 7 billion tampons are dumped into landfills each year (plus another 13 billion sanitary pads!) In short, feminine hygiene products are polluting our rivers, lakes, streams, and world. And you thought disposable diapers were bad!
Menstrual cups simply collect menstrual fluid rather than absorbing it. This means they don’t upset the natural moisture balance in your hooha. Unlike the slightly rough texture of a tampon, the smooth surface of the cup is gentle on the lining, and there are no fibers to be left behind. These factors mean cup use has never been associated with TSS and there is also a greatly reduced risk of yeast infections.
Medical grade silicone has a proven safety record, being used for replacement heart valves and similar implants which remain in the body. It is hygienic, hypo-allergenic and contains none of the harmful plasticisers, bleaches and pesticides that can be found in disposable products.
No more trips to the store
Your significant other will be happy with this benefit. No more emergency errands to the store to get that box of tampons and a pint of ice cream….well maybe just an emergency errand for some ice-cream then.
Menstrual cups are great for all sports including swimming and running. I find that they are much more comfortable than tampons when I’m doing high intense activities.
This was the biggest benefit for me. No more sleeping on a towel, no more getting my PJ’s all bloody with leakages, no more getting up in the middle of the night either paranoid that I soaked through or having to change my tampon because I decided to use a tampon and not an overnight pad. I have the luxury to sleep through the night with no worries. Score!
So much more comfortable than tampons or pads, I barely feel like I have it once it’s in.
You Change every 12 hours
This goes along with the sleep section of not having to worry about changing it. I only empty my cup twice a day, when I wake up at 7am and after dinner at 7pm. With tampons, I had to change them every 4 hours, six if I get lucky and not to mention every single time I had to use the bathroom I had to change my tampon out in fear of getting urine or worse on the string. Grossness. Menstrual cups hold much more liquid than tampons.
EEK! No leaks!
When your cup is inserted correctly, there are absolutely no leaks. How awesome is that?!
Have you ever used a menstrual cup? Comment below on how you feel about using them!