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BioLite FirePit Does Smokeless Wood-burning Without Dangerous Propane

BioLite, the purveyor of all-thing camping, is back with a new tool that will revitalize how you camp forever. The company has reimagined how a campfire should be with BioLite FirePit, a high-tech take of the age-old camping essential. First and foremost, FirePit is a versatile fire pit that can keep your warm, cook your meals, and offers you a visual spectacle of the campfire like no other – and it does it all without the entourage crooning Smoke Gets In Your Eyes. It sports a sleek, rectangular form which hides some pretty awesome high-tech circuity that enables the aforementioned. Continue reading BioLite FirePit Does Smokeless Wood-burning Without Dangerous Propane

CoffeePress Turns Biolite KettlePot Into A French-press For Camping

As far as keeping your devices charged, lighting up the night, filling your growling stomach* and quenching your thirst goes, Biolite has you covered, well, almost. It is not until of late that it finally has all your camping needs covered with an accessory that sees to your caffeine fix too. Meet the BioLite CoffeePress, a simple but much appreciated accessory designed for use with the outfit’s KettlePot that can brew up to 6 cups of caffeinated drink in one go. Continue reading CoffeePress Turns Biolite KettlePot Into A French-press For Camping

BioLite Broke Conventional Lantern Design By Going Flatpack

If you camp often, you will notice that lantern is the one thing that’s hard to pack. Lanterns are mostly cylindrical and therefore, it consumes precious space and that’s not to mention after all the effort of packing it in, you get crazy dim light out of it which is pretty ineffective in pitch dark night. This is where BioLite BaseLantern wants to make the difference. Billed as the world’s first flatpack lantern, BaseLantern broke lantern design tradition by going flat instead of cylindrical. It lights up on both sides leveraging on edge lighting technology, providing up to 500 lumens of illumination and has an integrated folding stainless steel stand which can also doubles as a carrying handle. And did we mention it looks pretty fabulous too? Continue reading BioLite Broke Conventional Lantern Design By Going Flatpack

BioLite SolarPanel 5+ Packs 2,200 mAh Battery, Charges Phone In 2 Hours

Portable battery is great, but if you are expecting yourself to be out of the grid for prolong period of time, solar charger is the way to go. However, you are probably not going to go for just any solar charger; you will one that maximizes your charge. Such is what BioLite Solar Panel 5+ has to offer. To ensure you get the most out of the sun, there’s an integrated sundial to aid in aligning the panel to the sun, so you’d be capturing direct rays. In addition, it is outfitted with a 360 degree kickstand for placing the panel on multitude of angles and terrains. It also features auto-reconnect, which automatically reengages charging after the sun comes out from hiding. Continue reading BioLite SolarPanel 5+ Packs 2,200 mAh Battery, Charges Phone In 2 Hours

BioLite NanoGrid Is Like A Mini Power Grid With Lightings For Your Campsite

Believe it or not, some people do not like camping because of the dark. When you are in the wild, you have limited light source, which is hardly something you can call cosy (cosy for the mozzies, perhaps). If that is the sole reason that’s stopping you from enjoying the great outdoor, then perhaps the BioLite NanoGrid could be your saving grace. It is exactly what it say it is: a grid, and a nano scale at that. The NanoGrid is lighting system designed with campsites in mind and it comprises of two parts: the PowerLight, which is a lantern/flashlight/battery pack combo and a pair of circular SiteLights. The combination of the two allows you to form a chain of light around your campsite so you won’t have to feel so isolated when the sky turns dark. Continue reading BioLite NanoGrid Is Like A Mini Power Grid With Lightings For Your Campsite

BioLite KettleCharge Charges Your iPad While Boiling Water

up till now, BioLite have serves up some pretty serious energy generating stoves, but with the new BioLite KettleCharge, it addresses the need for clean water, whether it’s indoor or out, while pumping out up to 10W of electrical charges for you mobile gadgets. ok. maybe it does not look quite like the kettle that you are used to seeing. in fact, the concave top makes it look like a canteen or a bowl, but within that un-kettle look is a volume that allows you to boil up to 750 ml of water and an advanced thermoelectric technology that converts the mere act of boiling water into electricity equivalent to the wall outlet’s output, which means the KettleCharge is totally capable of juicing up your power thirsty iPad too. it sports a handle that is also home to the smart LED dashboard which keeps you in the know on the heat level and charging status. Continue reading BioLite KettleCharge Charges Your iPad While Boiling Water

BioLite BaseCamp Stove Cooks For Many And Charges Your Gadgets Too

thinking of hitting the wilderness in drove? well, then you might be interested in the new BaseCamp Stove from Brooklyn-based BioLite (the same folks who brought you CampStove, KettlePot and HomeStove), which allows chef de wild to cook up to eight burgers simultaneously. so if you have many mouth to feed while camping, the BaseCamp Stove is the way to go. the concept of BaseCamp Stove is similar to that of the HomeStove, but this one is a portable version and has a grill that distributes the heat evenly across the grill for whipping up several patties at the same time – in addition to a single point heat source for boiling water and stuff. as before, it has a thermoelectric system built into the power pack that converts heat to usable electricity which is use to power an internal fan to promote combustion, while excess electricity is store in a battery pack, ready to be output via a standard 5V USB port without the need for burning again if you need to extract some juice out of it. according to BioLite, BaseCamp Stove is capable of generating 5W of electricity, which means it is more than ample for charging large electronic devices such as a laptop. Continue reading BioLite BaseCamp Stove Cooks For Many And Charges Your Gadgets Too

BioLite KettlePot Camping Kettle

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. with the BioLite KettlePot Camping Kettle your dilemma (and your need for camping cookware) is pretty much rid off cos’ this “pours like a kettle, cooks like a pot” contraption is both a pot and a kettle. Continue reading BioLite KettlePot Camping Kettle

BioLite Portable Grill

having a camping stove that can also juice up your gadgets in the wilderness is great but that’s only if you are fine by marshmallows and hot dogs on sticks all night long – for whatever number of nights you have planned to remain in the great outdoor and that’s also, assuming you won’t miss beef patties or whatever patties a bit. you probably won’t miss a hot sizzling burger for a night or two but anything longer, you’d probably kill for one. the solution? the BioLite Portable Grill. as the name implies, the intend is all but obvious: Continue reading BioLite Portable Grill

BioLite CampStove

BioLite CampStove
(photos: BioLite) BioLite CampStove | US$129.00 | biolite.myshopify.com

keeping your gadgets charged while you out in the wilderness is often a challenge. sure, you always have portable battery or charger to keep your gadgets going but those accessories will run flat in time. what you need is something that keeps the juice coming and provide you with a pot of hot water for your brew at the same time. sound like an impossibility? not anymore if you have the BioLite CampStove with you. with the CampStove, not only can you cook your food but it can also charge your gadgets simultaneously. the CampStove burns twigs, pine cones, pellets and any other biomass that you can amass in the great wilderness, which eliminates solid fuel or gas out of your camping equation. the stove has a power USB port that is powered by the very things that you burn to cook your food. Continue reading BioLite CampStove