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Gadgets to make your camping more fun and less rustic
Trailmate Journey 70 Qt Cooler
Trailmate Journey 70 Qt Cooler
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David Novak, The Gadget Guy

With a month into summer, it's a popular time to head out to rural USA, pitch a tent and go camping. Check out these gadgets that'll make your backpacking time fun, and a little less rustic. 


Take the party anywhere you want with the Trailmate Journey 70 Qt Cooler, the ultimate all-terrain cooler. Its featured built-tough mobility, has a 70qt capacity and can keep 112 12oz beverage cans cold with its Ultratherm Technology built into the body and lid. Available in 4 colors. $280.


The LifeStraw is an ultra-light “straw” water filter that makes contaminated water safe to drink by removing bacteria and parasites. Drink directly from streams and lakes or fill up a container and use your LifeStraw to drink clean water from it. This 1.62 oz straw has unlimited shelf life and provides 5-years of safe drinking water. $20.


Espresso and camping don't necessarily go together, but in the case of the Minipresso GR, it does. Savor ground coffee and enjoy an authentic espresso with this compact, durable and portable coffee maker. No N2O cartridges needed...just water and your coffee beans. $50.


The Suaoki Foldable Solar Camping Lamp charges from the sun, and provides reading light at night. It features a foldable design, 18 LED lights, 3 light modes, and has a built-in 680mAh battery that offers up to 4 hours of continuous usage. $25.


The Disc-O-Bed modular disc bed system gives you space saving outdoor bunk beds, or folds into a bench, or split into two cots. Add it to an RV for an extra sleeping option, or set one cot outside to sleep under the stars. Its rounded frame are durable and doesn't sink into the ground. $330~$450.


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