8 Of The Best Camping Gadgets To Bring On Your

8 Of The Best Camping Gadgets To Bring On Your

, 8 Of The Best Camping Gadgets To Bring On Your

With the summer upon us and social distancing in full effect, spending some time outdoors (and away from crowds) is a good idea — and taking a camping trip is a great way to make that happen. Getting your hands on some outstanding camping gadgets and camping gear, though, makes any camping excursion that much better.

There’s no end to the number of great camping gadgets out there. You’ll find decidedly useful tools, like portable showers that can help you freshen up on long trips, as well as compact battery stations that keep your phone and tablet charged when you’re in the wilderness. But you’ll also find a host of really handy, not often thought of devices, like rechargeable hand warmers and portable stoves.

, 8 Of The Best Camping Gadgets To Bring On Your

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Indeed, the sheer number of camping gadgets available might surprise you. And it might overwhelm you, too. So we’ve compiled the most outstanding camping gear that will improve your next trip in the great outdoors. We’ve chosen the following based on their excellent reviews from users and critics alike. Needless to say, if you bring along any of these clever camping gadgets the next time you venture out, you’ll be very happy you did.

Karecel Hand Warmers Rechargeable

If you’re someone who enjoys camping in crisp air or in the cooler seasons, you’ll want to take along a few Karecel Hand Warmers. The rechargeable hand warmers offer double-sided heat performance and three different heat settings, ranging from 104°F to 131°F. Better yet, since the hand warmers come with a 5200mAh battery inside, you can also use them as a power bank to keep your smartphone charged when you’re not warming your hands. And if you’re worried about safety, Karecel says its hand warmers offer short-circuit and overloading protection.

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Iron Hammer Portable Shower

This Iron Hammer Portable Shower is extra handy to have on extended camping trips when you simply can’t find a place to wash up. It connects to a water supply and is adjustable to deliver the perfect water pressure. It also comes with a built-in filtration system, so it only produces clean water. And since it’s handheld, you can easily stow it away in your backpack and quickly get it up and running. It’s also rechargeable, thanks to a 4800mAh battery pack, so even after you’re done showering, you can make sure it’s charged for next time.

NinjaBatt Portable Power Station

There are undoubtedly times during a camping trip when you simply need power. And the NinjaBatt Portable Power Station is the best way to access it. It offers a massive 288Wh battery that allows you to power and charge everything from smartphones and computers, and it even works for televisions and small refrigerators. Despite its ample power, it’s surprisingly small and easy to carry around, making it an ideal choice for your next camping trip.

GRDE Solar Charger

There’s nothing worse than having a portable charger that runs out of juice. And that’s where the GRDE Solar Charger comes in. The device has solar panels on the side that charge its 16,000mAh battery pack throughout the day. From there, you can use its battery pack to power your smartphone or computer, and continue to keep them charged by pointing GRDE’s device at the sun. The charger comes with USB-C support and an LED flashlight that can remain on for 22 hours before it requires more solar energy.

Primal Ridge Portable Gas Backpacking Stove

The Primal Ridge Portable Gas Backpacking Stove features a 900mL pot with silicone handles and a lid with sipping holes so you can easily pour soup or drink coffee. It uses isobutane gas with an ignition to heat up your food and sits on a stand so it’s safe during use. The stove itself measures 8 inches tall by 13.5 inches in diameter and can be completely disassembled for easy mobility.

Survivor Filter PRO

If you’re worried about water quality and need a filter that works, consider the Survivor Filter Pro. The device has been independently tested and capable of eliminating 99.999% of all parasites and protozoa. It can also eliminate 99.999% of viruses, staph and bacteria, and removes 93% of lead in water. It features a dual hollow fiber membrane and carbon filtration to filter your water and can process up to 500mL of water each minute. It also comes with a handy spout you can use to transfer the clean water into your canteen, plus a carrying case to make it easy to take with you.

Venture Heat Men’s Softshell Heated Jacket

Another option for the cool-weather camper, the Venture Heat Men’s Softshell Heated Jacket is a great choice for staying warm on a camping trip. It comes with four zones of heating elements and full temperature control that lets you turn the heat on low, medium or high. It runs for ten hours on a single charge and comes with a charger, so you can always have it at the ready. It also comes with a built-in charger for boosting your phone’s battery life. Add that to its nice design and it’s a winner.

Thermacell MR450 Armored Portable Mosquito Repellent

, 8 Of The Best Camping Gadgets To Bring On Your


Thermacell MR450 Armored Portable Mosquito Repellent

There’s nothing worse than dealing with bugs on a camping trip. Luckily Thermacell’s MR450 is an armored portable mosquito repellent that provides up to 15 feet of protection. It doesn’t use a spray or scent and can last for up to 12 hours on a single charge. And since it comes with a belt clip, you can attach it to you while you hike or rest and know that mosquitoes won’t come close. Plus its rugged design reduces chances of damage during outdoor use.


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