We have to admit, making a microwave for the wilderness is an original idea. The Wayv adventurer is a radio frequency off-grid cooking appliance powered by interchangeable, quick-charging Li-Ion batteries. It weighs just over 2 pounds and is 12” x 5” in size, making it perfectly packable. It creates 250W of cooking power using internal LDMOS transistors.
The titanium Grizzly from Bush Smarts makes tensioning the lines on your tarp tent or makeshift shelter easy and gives you lots of options for tying off onto supports of all shapes & sizes. Every Grizzly comes with a 36″ ultra strong 2mm Dyneema hi-viz cord. Made in the USA from recycled materials.
Classic styling and materials give Filson’s Wedge Tent that vintage vibe. It’s made of heavy-duty 10 oz. marine finish Army duck canvas to keep out wind & weather. It’s a floor-less design that can be set-up between trees or with the included sheer poles. Center height: 7-feet tall.
The slim, flat-pack BaseLantern from BioLite contains a long-lasting 7800mAh rechargeable battery that will power its leds for up to 54 hours. There are also a pair of built-in USB ports for charging other devices, like your smartphone, which you can use to customize the lantern’s functions, like brightness, light temp, auto shut-off, & colors.
This flat packable stainless steel camp stove-top heats up using a single log. And the setup is simple: Affix the stove to the top of a quartered log, light it, and watch it burn from the inside out.
The Italian-made Wild biomass camp stove uses sticks & twigs for fuel, fired by a small battery. Made of stainless steel & aluminum, this sculptural design is lightweight, efficient & comes in 2 sizes: one portable, the larger one more powerful for meals at basecamp.
For some, the peace & quiet of the wilderness experience is a bit dull. Brunton has you guys covered: the Lightwave is a 700-lumen, rechargeable bluetooth lantern that has a built-in speaker, and an app that puts you in control of a rainbow of colored light options. There’s also 2 USB ports for charging up devices from its 20K mAh battery.
This complete camp cooking system for two includes everything you & your better half will need to cook & consume your wilderness meals. It includes the Pinnacle lightweight, high output stove and nesting windscreen as well as a 1.4-liter Halulite cookpot plus insulated mugs and bowls and Foons for two.
It looks like the crates of TNT from Kentucky’s Black Rock Powder Company will blow your place sky high but the fact is, they’re not explosives, just fire starters. Made from recycled sawdust & paraffin, these 8-inch long dynamite-style fire starter sticks come packed in a cedar wood crate & burn for 30 minutes.
For truly ultralight adventures, everything you carry must be multi-purpose and Vargo’s Titanium Bot definitely is. It’s a bottle & a pot: A one-liter vessel for your water and other drinks as well as a cookpot for making your meals. It weighs just 4.7 ounces—less than most standard water bottles.