HomeMadeModern shows us how to make a basic kitchen you can set up anywhere. Its main components are its legs, which is actually a foldable and adjustable sawhorse. But the table also has a sink with running water and even a hand sanitizer dispenser.
Ruffwear’s Knot-a-Hitch is for dog owners who love to bring their pet outdoors. It uses climbing gear components to set up a rope where you can clip your dog’s leash, allowing it to roam while still tied. It can be set up on one tree or between two trees.
The Planet Earth Shirt gets its name from its intended place of use: anywhere on Earth. It’s made from fast-drying, stretchable and breathable material that also repels water, dirt and bacteria. It also has an anti-mosquito collar, seven air vents and nine loops for your tools.
By Arnaud’s Kombuis is a tiny but versatile cooking set. It weighs just 2.2 lb and its components nest inside each other when not in use. You get a wood stove, a pot, and a lid that can also be used as a pan. The lid also has a tiny spout for draining liquid.
Radiate is a campfire in a tin. It’s filled with recycled paper briquettes coated in recycled soy wax. It lights up easily and can be snuffed out just by placing the lid over it. You can even light it up again if it’s not all used up. Each tin lasts up to 3-5 hours.
The Nextorch UL360 weighs just 4oz and is only 3.1″ long. It has a magnetic base, an elastic strap and S-biner. Combine those with its 360º rotation and you have a lamp that can be positioned practically anywhere and at any angle. It’s on Massdrop until 2/24 for just $18.
This compact, water resistant light is small enough to carry in just about any bag, or even in your pocket in a pinch. It pushes out up to 280 lumens, runs up to 10h at half brightness, and doubles as a 3000 mAH USB charger. Magnets and hooks provide mounting versatility.
A rugged soft cooler. The Trooper LT 30 has 2″ wide padded carrying straps that let you haul it as a shoulder bag or as a backpack. Its exterior is resistant to puncturing, water, chemicals and UV light. It also has a pair of mounts for accessories such as the included bottle opener.
The Yabul Cook is a portable cooker that’s perfect for light camping and outdoor use. It comes with five self-heating food packs that boil water or food in 10 to 15 minutes. Its silicone body and lid can be rolled up into a compact form when not in use.
WaterBrick’s signature product is a stackable and durable BPA-free plastic container that totes up to 3.5 gal of water or 27 lb of dry food. There’s also a 1.6 gal variant, one that has a wide opening, and one that’s filled with vehicle emergency supplies.
ZeroLemon’s PowerCube is a portable external battery with a 50,000mAh capacity – more than enough to juice up your smartphone for a week on one charge. It has four DC outputs, one AC output and four USB charging ports. It also has a flashlight and SOS alarm.
Subtech Sports’ 45-liter Pro Drybag is still lightweight, waterproof, airtight and floats on water thanks to its detachable airbag. But it now has detachable straps, waist belt and sternum straps. There’s also a 100-liter variant, and a waterproof tote bag with no airbag.
Leatherman’s bestselling Signal Multi-tool is now available in a matte black finish. The outdoorsman’s tool comes with a firestarter, an emergency whistle, a sharpener, a combo knife, a saw, a hammer, a couple of wrenches and drivers, can and bottle openers and more.
GoSun’s latest product is a significantly lighter and smaller version of its highly efficient solar stove. The GoSun Go heats up to 500ºF (260ºC), enough to cook up to 14oz of food or heat 400mL of liquid in 20 to 30 minutes. It comes with a shock absorbing case and a kickstand.