This global pandemic sets us thinking about many ‘what ifs’. What if the power grid is knocked out because, everyone working there is infected? I know we probably won’t come to this, but as a prepper, it won’t hurt to be prepared with a generator such as the Jackery Explore 1000 Portable Power Station.
You don’t need to be a fan of Japanese anime/manga Yurucamp, aka Laid-Back Camp (ゆるキャン△), to appreciate the Yurucamp x Ispack Backpack. For the uninitiated, Yurucamp is about a bunch of girls camping. And camping is where the girls were seen using a backpack that also doubles as a field chair.
Camping and axe goes in hand-in-hand, but lets face it, no one wants to be seen as Jason Voorhees with an axe hanging on their back. This is where Bone Daddy Blade Werx AXXIS Hand Axe comes in handy.
Since Tortoise Gear’s FireFly EDC Fire Starter came out nearly two years ago, the company realized that some people do actually use the toothpick found on a Swiss Army knife. Seriously, people do use that?
Knife collectors may want to check out this new pocket knife from WESN Goods – the same folks who brought to you the super cool and adorable WESN Titanium Micro Blade Knife and the WESN Titanium Micro Blade.
Cut your routine of dropping by Starbucks for your daily morning espresso fix with this little guy called Coffeejack Portable Espresso Maker. At just 100 mm tall (under 4 inches!), Coffeejack is indeed a little fellow.
It will come a time a cooler will reach the end of its life and what happens after that would be yet another plastic trash. And we know how plastic is slowly but surely killing our lovely blue marble. Not all hope is lost, though. Not if Wooly Mammoth Eco-friendly Cooler can help it.
Don’t be deceived by PUBG. When you are far into the wilderness, keeping tab of your squad is NOT as simple as glancing at in-game map. In real life, there’s no in-game map. Instead, we rely on cellphones. But what if there’s no cell signal, as it would likely be the case? This is where […]
Tents. They may protect you from the elements when you are out in the wild, but the thing that’s going to keep you warm is the sleeping bag. However, if you are in a place where the nights get really, really cold, you may need the Bundl.
In 1984, German backpack specialist, Deuter, invented the first suspended, ventilated back system which has been copied the world over. You know what they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and hasn’t put the company a bit. Instead, Deuter never stop innovating and today, it has launched a new iteration of the brand’s […]