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Ten Camping Gadgets You Should Bring on Your Next Trip
Have your basic camping needs taken care of
Aaqib Javeed
By Aaqib Javeed
Mar 05, 2018
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Explore these cool gadgets to make your journey a more enjoyable experience for all parties if you are planning to go for your next camping trip soon.

1.     LifeStraw Personal Steel Water Filter

Who doesn’t want to drink clean water particularly when you’re on a trip? LifeStraw is a straw-style filter design that lets you turn up to 4,000 liters of contaminated water into safe drinking water. It is ideal for hiking, backpacking, camping, travel, and emergency preparedness. Purchase this product from Amazon for $50.

2.     BioLite CampStove 2

The Biolite Campstove 2 is a portable wood fire that can cook meals and boil water in minutes while turning its heat into usable electricity. The powerful little fireplace not only allows you to safely burn found fuel, but also generates its own electricity — so you can charge your mobile devices from the power created. You can purchase it directly from the official site for $130.

3.     Black Diamond Apollo Lantern

Whether you’re cooking on the tailgate or sorting gear in the tent or playing cards in camp, the Black Diamond Apollo Lantern provides 250 lumens of bright, glare-free light and charges handheld electronics via USB. It’s collapsible, features a double-hook hand loop and three fold down legs for hanging in the tent or on a tree, as well as folding legs for setting on a table. Purchase it directly from the official site for just $60.

4.     Klymit Stash 18L Backpack

The Klymit Stash 18L backpack is lightweight for day hiking, bike travel, and daily use around town. An integrated, adjustable air frame suspension to provide padding, load transfer and flexibility on the move. The built-in inflation pump allows fine-tuned comfort. Available on the Kylmite site for $55.

5.     Handpresso Pump

Simple, light and compact, the Handpresso Pump enables you to drink coffee wherever you are. The device uses standard coffee pods, a pump action or two and some hot water, and you have your coffee. Handpresso Pump requires no battery nor electricity, just perfect for those who care for the planet. It costs $ 120 at Handpresso site.

6.     Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker to Clip to Your Bag

Want to enjoy music while you’re on a trip, but don’t like to wear headphones? This rechargeable portable Bluetooth speaker is perfect for your outdoor adventures, as it can clip on to your bag for hands-free entertainment. The wireless speaker comes with other useful features, like a selfie remote and built-in light.

7.     Exotac Nano Striker Fire Starter

While fire starting may be easy at home, the task in a camping can be challenging at times, this is why you need the Exotac fire starter which provides an ultra-portable and collapsible self-contained option to enable you to create fire when and where you need it. The tiny product will get the job done even if it’s a little wet. You can buy it for $30 at official site here.

8.     Patagonia 850 Sleeping Bag

The Patagonia’s 850 Down 19°F sleeping bag has several features like the footbox, and center zip, which allows us to shift from side to side without laying on top of a zipper. It comes with many specifications like low-profile hood that makes you fit securely around your shoulders and head with lightweight cording and concealed cord locks. It costs $500 from the official site.

9.    Anker Bolder LC90 LED Flashlight

Looking for a powerful flashlight while on a trip? Go with the Anker Bolder LC90 LED Flashlight as it comes with five different settings (low, medium, high, strobe, and SOS). It provides up to 6 hours of powerful, non-diminishing brightness from the included premium rechargeable 3350mAh battery. With its 900-lumen light, this flashlight is perfect for travelers. It costs $26 at Amazon.

10.     Shoal Tent- camping on the water

Imagine a tent that can make camping on the water possible and can hold 1,200 pounds. The Shoal Tent, a first of its kind inflatable floating raft with a tent topper that allows you to sleep out on the water. It can also support up to 1,200 pounds by itself. Whether you are camping on your favorite farm pond, salt water flat, spring creek or eddy on your favorite river, it is perfect for adventurers.

The tent fabric is heavy duty, waterproof, sealed with heavy duty zippers. You can purchase it for $1499 from the official site Smith Fly.

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