Collection of ‘Must Bring Camping Essentials’ from all over the world to make your camping enjoyable.
Cinch: Cinch is an easy to set up tent that comes with solar power and lighting. The solar power pack (optional) can recharge your USB gadgets; it sits on the roof of the tent. Its waterproof, features superflex fiberglass poles, double-taped seams, side windows, full tent length storage pockets and more. The kit includes two lanterns, four light tent pegs, 20 light reflective guylines, two canopies, and more. It has lots of space, has two entrances and is available in 2, 3, and 4-person capacity.
QUQUQ Campingbox: The QUQUQ Campingbox transforms your minivan into a camper van in a minute; just place it in your trunk and you are good to go. It combines kitchen, bed and storage space in one single box. The sleeping area, including 10 cm strong coldfoam mattress, kitchen comes with stove, 20l of freshwater, washbasin, workspace and storage space.
Vitalgrill Survival Stove: The survival stove is capable of producing up to 20,000 BTU of heat, its compact and lightweight. And you can use wood, straws, twigs, paper, cardboard, and more for fuel.
Insect Shield Outdoor Blanket: The Insect Shield Outdoor Blanket looks like any other blanket, its make from 100% polyester, measures 56 x 74 inches, weighs about 18 ounces and comes with a built in invisible, odorless insect protection.Poler Burnerbag: The bag at almost 1000 degrees quickly dries damp wood, making it perfect to use in any type of weather. These are small and light and can be taken along with you on all your adventures.Tent Heater: The Coleman heater is perfect for those times when it’s cool inside your sleeping bag in your tent. It provides comfortable warmth up to 7 hours on a single 16.4-ounce can of propane. This 3000-BTU heater is completely safe (proper ventilation required) to use inside your tent and produces efficient flameless heat.Portable Outdoor Camping Cooking Set: This portable camping cooking set includes most cookware you need to cook outdoors. Made from super lightweight aluminum, weighs about 2.29lb, this 10 pieces set is perfect for 2-4 people. Sunjack Camp Light: It’s a 4 Watt USB light bulb, weighs at just over 3.5 ounces, gives out 340 lumens with 6000K daylight color temperature. It can be powered from any standard USB source, comes with 7 foot long USB cord with on/off rocker switch, and can fully illuminate a tent at night. Loopalien: The Loopalien makes it easy for you to attach and adjust camping cords. It works with cords all the way up to paracord size.Menu Cooling Bag: Menu’s Cool Bag keeps your beverages chilled, while its 100% waterproof inner bag keeps your food fresh.Helinox Chair One: This folding camp chair is extremely light weight, packs down to a small size, can support up to 320lbs. Aesent: Aesent is a camping tent designed to give you a good night’s sleep outdoors and comes with an inflatable base. It features a sleek design, full rainfly, double doors, aluminum poles, 6-inch inflatable base and more. Modular Water Filter System: It consists of modules, which can be combined to address specific water quality issues. And its unique interconnectivity feature makes things easy for you to interchange modules. Bison Bag G2: The Bison Bag G2’s sleeping bag and hammock are made from polyester. The sleeping bag is the first layer that keeps the heat in, while the second layer is the small hotair space between the hammock and sleeping bag and finally the third is the actual hammock layer itself.Patagonia Houdini Jacket: The Patagonia Houdini Jacket features a durable, waterproof, and light nylonshell that blocks the wind and cold while letting your body breathe. When not in use you can compress it into a tiny, packable pouch for storage. Other Posts:
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