GoSun Solar Powered Cooler Makes Ice at the Campsite The new Solar Powered Cooler from GoSun is powerful enough to make ice on the road. Normally, you’re forced into a choice: > A traditional cooler that starts off half full of ice rather than food and drink (and ends half full of water).> An electric… Continue reading GoSun Solar Powered Cooler Makes Ice at the Campsite
Nomad’s Suitcase Grill is Practical, Portable & Stylish This new portable suitcase grill from Dallas based start-up Nomad Grills combines stylish design with great practical function. A portable charcoal grill and smoker, it folds away into a sleek metal case with an ergonomic handle for easy carrying and storage on the road. Designed for the… Continue reading Nomad’s Portable Suitcase Grill is Practical and Stylish
For the watch! Renowned for its tents and sleeping bags, Sierra Design (an American company created in 1965) announced the Nightwatch for spring 2016, a convertible tent that can be deployed into 3 different shapes. Deploy it fully in case of raining, with its fabric entirely covering the top to avoid rainfall. The “halfway-retracted” position… Continue reading Sierra Designs Nightwatch, a convertible 4-season tent
Shift is an American spiritual organization, born from the ashes of one of the Burning Man festivals in the southwestern American deserts. The Shiftpod is their creation: an innovative pod-tent for camping and festivals (especially in arid environments). According to the manufacturer, it takes no more than five minutes to set up and doesn’t use… Continue reading Shiftpod: a futuristic, weather insulated pod-tent for extreme environments
The LuminAID had to attract our attention. Looking like an shiny cushion, that eco-friendly light source might prove interesting for all your camping trips. The product was originally design to provide renewable light in an unfriendly environment (after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti), and is now available for the public. Just inflate it to use… Continue reading LuminAID : an innovative, solar-powered inflatable light
Our three contenders are the Highlander Micro Pillow, the Gelert Trek Self Inflating pillow and the Vango Pillow. We took them to various camping trips, car camping and backpacking outings. We had some good nights and not many bad ones really.
Sometimes a bit of extra weight can gain you a lot of comfort. You could eat your meals directly out of the pot or you could bring a plate or a bowl and make the experience more civilised. If you go for the second option then the Light My Fire Mealkit 2.0 could be the… Continue reading Light My Fire 8-piece Mealkit 2.0 review
Here is a nice little project on Kickstarter that will interest the backpackers out there. Paul and David, two guys enjoying camping, wanted to be able to power their gadgets while out in the wild. They came up with the PowerPot.