Unlike other immersion heaters, Miito’s heating element is in its base instead of directly inside the rod. It’s a much safer design that also makes the rod slimmer, allowing it to fit inside small vessels.
A must-have gadget for camping and emergencies, it combines the functionality of a portable lantern and flashlight with a USB charger for your mobile gadgets. Its 7800 mAh battery can power the light for up to 48 hours.
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While it’s probably not going to chop down the mightiest tree in the forest, Survco’s credit card sized axe head will do in a pinch. It’s also got 20 other functions, including wrenches, bottle opener, saw, nail puller and more.
An app-controlled coffee roaster that’s as easy to use as a kettle. Ikawa lets you roast up to 60g/1.2oz. of green coffee beans at a time. It has predetermined settings, but you can also tweak them and share your recipes with others.
This rugged titanium everyday carry tool hangs on your keychain, and offers interchangeable steel driver bits, a carbide window punch, and a utility blade in one. Its key ring swivels so you can turn it without detaching your keys.
A pencil that uses 2mm lead refills, except it has no moving parts. Instead, Penxo’s aluminum body simply grips the lead. Push your thumb into its gap to adjust, insert or remove the lead.
We think camping and spelunking just got a little more elegant with Taili’s LED flashlight watch. It has a sleek looking face and its lamp has a rechargeable battery, which can be used continuously for approximately 180 minutes.
Crafted from temperature-retaining soapstone sitting in acacia wood jacket, these bowls can be pre-chilled to keep desserts from melting while the wood protects your hands from freezer burn. The stone can also be warmed for hot dishes.
Perfect for fighting the undead or just surviving a camping trip, the Lil’ Trucker combines an axe, wrench, hammer, bottle opener, saw and more in one badass tool. It was designed by firefighters, so they know a thing or two about survival.
Combining a key organizer with a locking knife, the Mini Q might just be the ultimate EDC. Holds up to four keys (eight with extensions). Choose from bottle opener, drop point and anteater utility blades, and aluminum, brass or titanium.
Accessory maker Griffin Technology turned to crowdfunding to produce this elegant charging station, which holds up to five tablets, phones, and other gadgets, and keeps them out of sight. In birch, walnut or ebony woodgrain finishes.