and we thought hydrogen-based portable charging device has dropped off the chart. well, apparently it hasn’t. the Brunton Hydrogen Reactor Portable Power Pack is just one of them and it is one handy off-the-grid power supply for those who prefer not to put their mobile devices to the risk of fire, or extreme heat.
the BioLite CampStove is no doubt one of the coolest camping gear we have seen, but a stove itself won’t do any good if you don’t have a pot or kettle or maybe a grill or something to go with it. well, i guess the grill part is a non-issue since the introduction of the Portable Grill and so, all there is left is to decide whether to lug along a pot or a kettle, or both.
we are not sure if pooping, photography, and hanging a lantern are the three things every outdoor adventurer would be doing, but if you think these three activities are seriously must-do things, then we suspect you might fancy the Twig Pod Kit. this three-in-one tool is actually a collapsible stick that works as a monopod with ball
if given a choice, we would go for hammock instead of the traditional tents. call us paranoia, but getting in bed with creepy crawlies or any form of wild life is definitely not our idea of fun in the wild. though hammock’s good, we are still bothered by the weather and the one other thing:
we didn’t quite touch on the Eddie Bauer Katabatic 2 Solar Tent when we featured the Goal Zero Lighthouse 250 Lantern cos’ we didn’t have much info and most importantly, we didn’t have at least a decent image to show. now that we have more info, we thought we should be talking about it, cos’ we didn’t have much info and
planning to stay off the grid for a while? then we suggest you check out this handsome little outdoor gadget called the Lighthouse 250 Lantern and USB Power Hub by Goal Zero. yes. it is a lantern and yes, it is a pretty good looking one. apart from the obvious like providing up to 48 hours of 250 lumen of lighting when fully charged, this nifty
pressurized water is something outdoor enthusiasts yearned for while average joe like us take for granted. having pressurized water source while out in wild offers lot of conveniences like ease of washing cookware, getting rid of mud of your feet et cetera. sure, you could use a regular water bottle, but that’s going to take
we have featured quite a handful of survivalist icon Bear Grylls and Gerber collaborations including the awesome canteen and the scout essentials kit et cetera, but if you are looking to bag the whole lot that Gerber and Bear Grylls have to offer (trust me, Gerber and Bear Grylls have tons of survival gear for
a titanium spork is the last thing you’d expect to be doing anything else other than feeding yourself, much less one that is totally open source so that you could further improved on it without being slapped with some legal suit. but here it is, the Semi-Horned Oblong Versatile Eating Ladle aka S.H.O.V.E.L., a multifunctional
solar charging for times where you have to be off the grid is totally awesome. however, there’s just one little problem: the sun don’t always stay where it is which means the solar panel won’t be getting the most out of what the sun has to offer. with the SunSocket Sun-Tracking Solar Generator, you don’t have worry