Camping products designed to make millennials glamorous and enhance their rustic camping adventures!
After a tiring week at work, with the weekend happily looming in front of me, I often find myself fantasizing about a sweet little getaway! A few days away from my hectic life, and this hectic world, in a bubble of my own, where all my worries are nowhere to be found. The pandemic may restrict my actual travel plans, but it certainly cannot restrict my daydreams of vacations! Jetsetting on a flight might not be a practical option at the moment, but I think camping is a plausible plan. Although camping also has some drawbacks! I mean, you have to get dirty, live on the road, and deal with the bad mood of the elements. In such a scenario, having a reliable and practical set of camping products can make all the difference! Having the right products by your side can make your life easier during these crucial times. From a limited edition indestructible survival kit with 72 essential EDC camping items to an ingenious bike that contains a folding chair + a daybed, we’ve handpicked some fun and functional camping products for you. Enjoy!
With so many people camping these days, the designers at PDF Haus conceptualized a minimal camp barbecue called Shelf, a portable gas barbecue with folding shelves and a table. Developed in DHL’s design language, PDF Haus aimed to give Shelf a simple box silhouette with a freewheel attitude, taking inspiration from the color palette, materials and finishes often chosen by DHL for their vehicles. and the aesthetics of the brand. The grill even comes with DHL stickers and labels that can be stuck to the front housing of the metal grill that converts into a table extension. While most gas stoves come with a separate carrying case, the entire shelf grill has been transformed into a grill that can be consolidated and taken along. Shaped and worn like a slim briefcase, two metal clasps open and slide to reveal the shelf grid and additional table space.
VSSL’s Limited Edition Orange Searcher Camping Supplies Kit features 72 EDC camping essentials that range from a set of navigation tools to a mini first aid kit, so you’ll always be ready to do it in Woods. Made from waterproof military grade aluminum, the Searcher Orange Camp Supplies Kit stores all the tools and starter kits you need in one indestructible ship. Consolidated in hockey puck-sized cans, the Searcher Orange Camp Supply Kit comes with over ten survival mini-packs that contain everything from navigation tools to fishing supplies. Portable by design, the VSSL Supplies Kit comes with a cover that doubles as a Suunto Compass, which is also considered one of the most reliable navigation tools on the market and holds the rest of the Supply Kits. .
The Forge 15 grill features a flip-up prep table for easy storage, easy-to-read temperature gauge, large steel handle, removable grease pan, bottle opener integrated and weatherproof cover. When tucked into the vehicle’s tailgate during travel, the swivel swingarm pulls the grill away from the car for cooking when it’s time to set up camp. The swivel rack can also be detached for tabletop grilling if required. Plus, there’s a sturdy maple cutting board to increase prep surface – and it can be removed to transport meals to the table. Forge has a 355 square inch cooking surface, enough to cook for 10 people, and you don’t have to carry large propane tanks as it works great with 16-ounce propane cylinders.
Klymit’s Everglow Light Tube sets itself apart from other portable lights by a design that is both functional and very useful in many situations. Klymit, who is an outdoor equipment company, obviously designed this inflatable light for camping and adventure enthusiasts, but I can think of a dozen other uses as well! The inflatable function, you can literally spread the light like a balloon, solves two inherent purposes – to diffuse the light so that it does not hurt the eyes and spreads easily, and the other of course is the aspect of portability. A pocket-sized design that’s great for any adventure, or even at home for emergency use. The flexibility of the form factor allows it to be used as a hanging LED light – stick it to your base camp ceiling to use as a lantern, or attach it as a hanging light from the awning.
This coffee kit comes with a full line of accessories and looks ready to be dumped in a war zone and I just know it will survive with the Zarges 29L case protecting it. The brew range comes in a lightweight, sturdy, foam-padded German aluminum box, which is popular for overlanding and can be neatly stacked on top of other Zarges boxes of a similar size or tied to the outside of a vehicle if necessary. It is designed to keep dust and moisture out, and it is also IGBC bear resistant certified according to Zarges USA – so no aggressive grizzly will steal your coffee although before coffee some of us may be. ourselves like angry bears! Kit includes a large 32oz (946ml) BruTrek French Press with a more group-friendly option that features a handle and spout.
A gas stove designed with cart motifs was conceptualized by a Seoul-based designer in this deal. Dubbed ‘HAUL’, the minimalist gas stove is seen in an inviting color combination, has a glossy overall design, which relies on the convenience of portability and eliminates the wire mesh of the heated surface. The strong point of the HAUL, as mentioned by the designer, is its careful design. The stove is redesigned without a “protruding wire mesh” which is a drawback with conventional gas stoves. In addition, the compact radiator is designed to be light and has a built-in stable stand and a carrying handle. The interesting red and white gas stove has a rotary knob on the top for temperature control and turns the stove on or off when not needed.
Check out the Wooly Eco-Friendly Cooler, an outdoor cooler that uses eco-friendly wool (as opposed to chemical insulators) to keep your drinks chilled cool … you can pair your wine with some cold cuts and some eclectic cheeses, or your beers with crisps and a dip and some cocktail nuts too! The Wooly is touted as one of the only recyclable coolers available today, made from an aluminum and stainless steel outer casing instead of plastic. It is also the first consumer cooler to use wool as an insulating material, instead of synthetic foam.
Taking Volkswagen’s design language and applying it to their own interpretation of the motorhome, design studio Ozan Kayicki visualized the Volkswagen Joy Camper. Ozan Kayicki designed the Joy Camper to be the ultimate RV for all future trips. Rendered in pine green or multi-patterned collage, Joy Camper is like the cube-shaped cousin of the VW bus. The glossy painted exterior of the motorhome opens up to the predominantly wooden interior of the van, a nod to the 1960s era of endless wood panels. Every internal component is lined with wood, with the exception of the driver’s seat, sink and counter, providing warmth to complement the cool exterior of the van. In addition to the van’s large glass windows that line the sides of the Joy Camper, a sunroof increases the van’s ceiling height and allows additional sunlight to enter through the roof skylights. Then an additional extension protrudes from one side of the cabin, appearing as washing or changing areas for guests.
Designed to be compatible with the new Bluetooth 5.2 standard, Beosound Explore’s 2,400mAh battery delivers plenty of playback with energy efficiency in mind, receiving audio from external devices at lightning speed. In addition to its impressive battery life, the Beosound Explore speaker has been designed to be weatherproof, further improving its durability and lifespan. Coated with a dust and waterproof shell, the Beosound Explore can be taken anywhere, including underwater. Finished with an IP67 water resistance level, the Beosound Explore is fully protected against submersion up to one meter for thirty minutes and can be thrown on sandy beaches, ensuring that the grains will not affect the quality. or the lifespan of the speaker.
The Circle frame is designed to do it all, whether it’s sitting, cooking, working, resting, or even sleeping. So, this two-wheeled paradise is all you need to be categorized as a crazy 21st century nomad who leaves virtually no carbon footprints when exploring solo. If you notice up close, the bike’s circular frame keeps the collapsible daybed in the middle. The frame can be oriented for multiple functions – for example, for sleeping at night or as a chair for a comfortable working position or a lounge chair in a scenic location. Therefore, when it’s time to hit the road, the lounge stand folds up to become part of the bike frame for hassle-free pedaling. Best of all, you can pitch a one-person tent around the bike frame to protect yourself from the elements and the cold at night.