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We realize some of our features are a bit pricey. But we’ve found something that is simple, great, involves fire, and is $4. Grandpa’s Firefork is a wire attachment for any stick you find – and allows you to grill your food right there over the fire. Catch fish and no pan needed, just bring this small piece of wire and you’re set for the freshest catch of your life. Also acts as a great fire poker so you can prep the perfect fire for your meal. Made of stainless steel wire “to last and last.” Get back to the basics. $4 BUY
December 23, 2008 at 5:39 am
Consumption, Travel | Comments (2)
The outdoors allow great pleasures – but few are as enjoyable as waking up in the wilderness and having a great cup of hot coffee. Until now, espresso has been mediocre outside the confines of a high pressure machine. Handpresso made it their life’s work to solve this pressing problem (pun intended). They cleverly came up with a hand pumped portable espresso maker. It looks like a bicycle pump with a yoyo on the end – but it puts out excellent quality espresso. Use it anywhere in the world, anytime. Just boil up some hot water, add it in, put a pod in the holder, give it a few pumps and flick a switch for the creamy foam topped perfect shot of espresso. $120 BUY
November 14, 2008 at 5:35 am
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Who knew you could wave a wand and filter water. Some major advances in the water filtration department recently. Never taste iodine again, or have to pump a filter when camping. In 48 seconds SteriPen’s Adventurer destroys viruses, bacteria, and common protozoa in 16 ounces of water using ultraviolet light that disables the reproductive DNA of microorganisms. Of course it doesn’t just neuter giardia and the like, it kills them. No need for replacement filters etc. Best of all, just to make you feel better it exceeds U.S. Environmental Protection Agency guidelines for microbiological water purifiers. You can always add it to your emergency kit. Add the solar charger for $40 more. Shine your love light. $94.
March 13, 2008 at 12:03 pm
Travel | Comment (0)
Get away for the weekend and take camping to the next level with Airstream’s Basecamp. Roomy enough to sleep two, and you can even pack your kayaks, motorcycles (optional ramp) or other gear. You can include a tent option on the back, engineered by Kelty, to expand room. Even has kitchen with sink, oven and skylights. Interior comes in Pacific Blue, Forest Green, or Fire Red. $26,000.
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February 26, 2008 at 12:53 pm