Cooking flesh on the end of a stick over an open fire becomes at least one level more civilized when you place the carcass between the welcoming jaws of Grandpa’s FireGrill, a collapsible, packable stainless camp cooker that attaches to any stick offering a more secure way to do dinner caveman style.
Made of matte-finish 420 stainless steel, this ultra-light folding knife from Deejo features a belt clip and a distinctive Juniper wood handle.
In the long, protracted war for dominance in the world of oscillating multi-tools, Rockwell has just decimated its opponents. Designed with a lethal 5º oscillating angle, a 4-amp motor & delivering a max cutting load of 35-pounds, it cuts 5-times faster than its best-equipped adversaries.
Unlike a solar panel, this off-grid power supply will come in handy at night. Place the base of the unit on a burner and this 10-watt charger will power up your USB devices as fast as a wall socket while also providing potable water or cooking your dinner at the same time.
It may look like a classic canvas log tote for carrying actual firewood & it is, except it’s also designed for carrying other stuff, too. Like maybe a beach blanket and a couple growlers or some extra camping gear. There’s a little interior pocket for stashing keys or small contraband items and it’s made of 18 oz. canvas and features vegetable-tanned leather handles.
If you’re keen to rid yourself of that jangling, high school janitor-style keychain, the Keysmart 2.0 can do it. Your keys will instead be nested in a compact, aluminum, Swiss Army knife-style frame that will prevent key jabs to the thigh and that dreaded jangle. Made in Chicago, USA.
The Nomad upgrades your Apple USB wall plug into a backup charging unit that gives you 70% more battery. It automatically charges your phone first then it charges up the reserve. It’s super small, too, not even twice the size of your Apple USB nug. Smart!
Your Macbook & iPad are most prone to impact damage at their edges, where the glass meets the metal; drop it once without a case & unless you’ve got really good luck or one of these new sleeves from Incase, say goodbye to your precious Mac. These sleeves use a lightweight, shock absorbing material called Tensaerlite creating a bumper frame to protect your device at the edge & also soft neoprene to protect the front & backside of your laptop or tablet.
Unless you happen to be into couponing or hoarding receipts, a thin leather wallet is all you really need to carry cards and cash. And this one made by a San Diego cowboy named Mr. Lentz is a fine specimen. Thin, leather, & built to last. Giddyup.