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April 2017

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  • Velar
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Unveiling of the New Range Rover Velar | Step inside some of the planet’s most exclusive homes | Man’s relationship with dogs | An epic drive through the Isle of Skye | The legendary Beechcraft Bonanza takes to the Skies


N A V I G A T O R UNISEX HERITAGE BELT GEARED UP Another gem from the Land Rover Heritage Collection, this unisex belt is inspired by the original finishing of the British Trans-American Expedition first-generation Range Rovers. Woven with leather trim and brass finish, the belt features the classic Land Rover Heritage logo and is available in sizes S/M or L/XL. The Darién Gap has been conquered, as have most of the world’s highest summits and deepest oceans. But the pioneering spirit lives on, as new outdoor gadgets, accessories and hi-tech gear hit the market. For those who continue to seek what lies beyond the daily rat race, we offer a selection of contemporary must-haves, built for the next generation of modern explorers. ORU FOLDABLE KAYAK Originally launched on Kickstarter, the Oru foldable kayak has taken outdoors fans by storm and has even secured a spot in the permanent collection at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Stable enough for beginners to use, while still fast and sporty enough to satisfy the demands of expert kayakers, the Oru offers easy handling and enough stash room for full day trips or camping excursions. And for those who are in a hurry, transforming it from box to boat takes only a couple of minutes. GARMIN MONTANA 680T The Garmin Montana 680t is a GPS for the future. Equipped with a 4-inch, glove-friendly touchscreen display, a barometric altimeter, a compass, an 8 MP camera and preloaded TOPO U.S. 100K maps, it tracks both GPS and GLONASS satellites – all running on good old AA batteries. 10

LEICA ULTRAVID BLACKLINE BINOCULARS Weighing in at less than 700g, Leica’s Ultravid Blackline 42mm binoculars are a stylish and powerful choice. Crafted in the classic Leica design language, the Ultravid 42 Blackline was built for heavy handling while still being among the lightest binoculars in their class. And all of course with Leica’s heralded first-class optics and timeless retro finish. OUTDOOR TECH RHINOS Outdoor Tech’s new Rhinos over-ear headphones are as rugged as they are smart. These durable headphones stream wirelessly over Bluetooth 4.1 and have a certified IPX6 water-resistance rating. Thanks to a built-in mic they can even operate as a walkie-talkie when using the ODT’s own app. HUE 166 A6 NOTEBOOK Part of the Land Rover Heritage Collection, the HUE 166-branded A6 notebook offers true Land Rover fans a handy way of keeping track of thoughats and plans. Designed with explorers in mind, the book features off-white waterproof stone paper pages for keeping your field notes dry and tidy in all conditions. 11


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Onelife - April 2018


Land Rover’s Onelife magazine showcases stories from around the world that celebrate inner strength and the drive to go Above and Beyond

This special issue of Onelife marks Land Rover’s 70th anniversary – a celebration of unparalleled achievement and pioneering innovation. We bring you the incredible story of how we reunited an original 1948 car with its former owners, as well as looking back at Land Rover vehicles’ most intrepid expeditions around the globe.
Chief Design Officer Gerry McGovern gives an insight into his diverse range of inspirations, and we head to China for a behind-the-scenes look at the Dragon Challenge, one of the most daring feats ever accomplished
in a Land Rover.

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