10 Coolest Camping Gadgets Which Most People Don't Know About
1. Suaoki Tent Fan
Suaoki Tent Fan is a multipurpose fan, made exclusively for camping. It has 18 LED beads with three modes, allowing it to be used as a lantern, a torch, or an emergency flash. What makes this fan really cool (not literally) is that it has a smart protection chip which protects it from overcharging and draining power.
You can charge this fan using solar power during the day and use it to have a comfortable night’s sleep inside your tent. But how do you charge it if there is no sunlight during the day,” you might be pondering. Don’t worry, as you also get the option of charging it via its USB port. Its design is thoughtfully carved out, making it easy to carry, compact and extremely light in weight
2. Nekteck 21W Waterproof Camping Charger
Are you planning to go camping during the extended weekend? Charging your gadgets may be a concern when camping for days on the trot.
Unless you plan to be on a digital detox, you would need power to charge your electronic gadgets, such as your phone, your camera, your laptop, etc. With Nekteck 21W Waterproof Camping Charge, you can charge all your electronic items while camping. It is a foldable charger with two USB ports and a high-power solar panel cell.
It is compatible with all your electronic gadgets which can be charged using a USB port. It also three solar panel and is completely water, shock, & dust proof. Weighing less than 18 lbs and having a PET polymer cover, it is apt for your camping trips.
3. X-Plore Gear Emergency Bracelet
In today’s era, no one likes to carry a compass or a whistle, even during wilderness camping. And why would we?
Thanks to technology, our mobile phones enable us with various apps which provide us with a compass or a whistling feature. But you completely rely on a mobile phone when camping in the wild. Hence, get yourself an X-Plore Gear Emergency Bracelet. It comes with an inbuilt compass and a whistle. In addition to those two, it also has a hidden fire starter to … you guessed it. It is light in weight and modestly priced. Wear it on your wrist and flaunt the multi-tool bracelet, every time you go camping
4. Lifestraw Go Water Filter Bottle
Access to clean drinking water when camping is not greed, it is a basic need. Yes, there are ways to collect drinking water, but it is not always a guarantee that we can find it while camping in the wilderness.
Solution: get yourself a water bottle which comes with a filter. Lifestraw is a reliable portable water filter company. It comes as a reliable gadget for campers who want to drink fresh filtered water. Up to 1000 litres of water can be filtered before the replaceable filter expires. Lifestraw Go Water Filter Bottle complies with the EPA water filter standards, which makes it a trustworthy and safe gadget to clean water for drinking. Without any doubt, it is one of the best camping gadgets.
5. Solar Camping Portable Shower
An extended camping trip can offer a lot of fun and memorable experiences. But there can be one concern – bathing, especially if your campsite is located far away from a freshwater body or if it’s unsafe to enter the water body. Hence, invest in a solar operated portable shower bag.
It is ideal for taking a shower by collecting water from a water body and storing it in the 20 litre bag. The bag can then be used as a shower. It has a suction cup which supports hands-free bathing and also a temperature indicator. The bag is made of durable material and can be hung on trees. If the weather gets cold, you can also increase the temperature of the water with the help of solar energy.
6. MalloMe Camping Cookware Mess Kit
If you go camping and eat packaged food, that would be cheating. It is not camping if there is no cooking. One of the most adventurous parameters of camping is to prepare your own food.
Thankfully, cooking in the wilderness is not as demanding as it may seem. In the Stone Age, people had to use stones to create fire, eat with their own hands, and use natural things like utensils. But times have changed drastically.
Today, if you go camping, you carry with yourself a cooking kit. MalloMe Camping Cookware Mess Kit is a cooking kit comprising of a stainless steel spork, a pot with a cover, a non-stick pan, a fire starter, et cetera. Approved by the FDA, the products are made of non-toxic metals and come with a cent per cent money-back guarantee.
7. MiniPresso GR Portable Espresso Maker
For many of us, our day cannot begin with a cup of coffee. It would be impossible for you if you are an avid coffee drinker. Earlier, it used to be difficult to carry a coffee maker, as there wasn’t anything which was compact enough for camping.
But this is 2019. MiniPresso has come up with a compact portable espresso maker. Unlike most espresso makers, it doesn’t require any N20 cartridges, electricity, or compressed air to function. Everything is uncomplicated and can be done by hand. It is robust in design and incredibly light in weight. It also has a 100ml cup which can be used as a drinking vessel.
8. Tent Air Conditioner
It can be exhausting to go for a camping trip in a tropical region during the summer season. Days can be exasperatingly hot and humid. In such an environment, a tent air conditioner becomes a need. A tent air conditioner, after all, is one of the coolest camping gadgets … literally.
Zero Breeze Z19-B Portable Air Conditioner makes for a perfect tent air conditioner. With a cooling capacity of 1,100 BTU (British Thermal Unit), cool a small family tent in just a few minutes. It weighs about 13 pounds, which makes it exceedingly easy to carry. It also has a built-in Bluetooth speaker to play music. Being waterproof, you won’t even have to worry about it getting wet should there be a need to clean it with soap water.
9. Thermacell Portable Mosquito Repellent
Mosquitoes show little mercy when they are in the mood of attacking. There is no denying that mosquitoes are extremely troublesome and ruthless and there is not much we can do to keep them away … especially in the wild.
Sure, fire can help, but for how long can you keep it burning. The simplest solution would be to carry a portable mosquito repellent. Thermacell’s portable mosquito repellent is ideal for camping. Without releasing any odour, smoke, or vapour, it does its job efficiently. It is ultra lightweight and compact in size. The company also assures a money-back guarantee. The thing that makes it completely reliable is the fact that it is even used by the US Armed Forces in Afghanistan and Kuwait.