We check out a portable solar charger that promises a lot, and delivers it all.
Get away from it all and enjoy the great outdoors, but don't forget to take all of these gadgets along with you.
What better way to leave civilization behind than with an assortment of sophisticated gadgets to take camping with you?
Forget about those cumbersome kayaks you've got to strap on top of the car or drag around on a trailer. The era of the foldable kayak is here. When folded, it slings over your shoulder like a messenger bag, at the ready in case you stumble across an unexpected stream you want to explore.
Hey, guess what, tomorrow it's going to be 68 degrees! How 'bout that! If you know what 68 degrees feels like off the top of your head (or adjacent to any other body part), you're a far wiser person than I, 'cause such numbers don't convey much in the way of useful information. Cryoscope, on the other hand, does.
Going off the grid for a little time in the woods? No problem. With this new device you can still bring your smartphone and charge it on the trail. Being out of touch is so uncivilized (and unsafe out in the wilderness).
If you're into doing extreme things like rock climbing, it seems reasonable that you'd also be into sleeping in an extreme way. This hanging tent should fit the bill.
Bet you thought that human slip-and-slide/slingshot was the ape's bananas, didn't you? This high-flinging human bungie slingshot isn't quite as epic, but it's still scary enough to make you wet your pants mid-air. And that's something.
Here is a video showing people being flung down a gigantic slip-and-slide on a tube pulled by a vehicle, only to be launched off a ramp into a lake. It looks like the most fun thing ever.
Water balloons are sort of a pain to tie off after getting filled, I guess. I mean, I've never had that much trouble with them, but if a complicated gadget exists to make the process easier I assume somebody's been struggling.