TunnelBear and SurfEasy are two closely matched VPNs in terms of the features they offer. Both provide access across 5 devices and are suitable for use with Windows, Mac OS and Android systems. Take a look under the bonnet of these VPNs and you’ll quickly discover some important differences which can have a big impact on the end user experience. TunnelBear has managed to stay under the radar of the Netflix campaign to block VPN access whereas SurfEasy users are no longer able to connect to the popular streaming service. It’s also worth noting that SurfEasy is based in Canada which is a 5 eyes country, but do not record access logs from their users. Unfortunately, neither VPN comes with a preloaded kill switch to protect your anonymity in the event of a dropped connection; however SurfEasy does provide customers with a private browser in the form of a physical USB stick, which is a fantastic security feature.