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There’s nothing quite a trip into the great outdoors. Whether it’s a long hike to catch up on exercise or a camping trip to escape the city, and yet, without the proper equipment, that same escape could become a disaster.
That’s where our reviews come in handy. We break down the most helpful camping gadgets available to help you make wise choices regarding treks off the grid. There are camping survival gadgets, including the ultra-lightweight BioLite HeadLamp 200 and handy camping gadgets like the tough-as-nails Yeti Hopper portable cooler.
Whatever it takes to make your outdoor experience memorable and bring you home safely and in one piece.
There are many smart options to what you should put inside a first aid kit when you are going camping, as you don’t always know what you are going to come across. Old cell phones are ideal as they can usually hold a charge longer than our smartphones can today, as well as whistles and pocket mirrors if you are in trouble. Cold compresses, heat packs, and emergency blankets are items that you need to learn how to use and when to use them. Keeping cold and flu medication, as well as antihistamines and anti-inflammatory medication, is ideal to have as well for unexpected allergies or catching a cold in the wet weather.
There are many flashlights on the market for the best flashlight for camping. A popular choice and highly rated flashlight is the Nitecore rechargeable flashlight, which has a 452m beam distance. The only downside to this particular one is that is a more expensive choice, however, it is the best one on the market in terms of brightness, beam distance, and battery life.