We’ve combed the internet to bring you these five “essential” camping gadgets, if you have a camping accessory you can’t live without let us know in the comments below.
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Some people love to go camping to get back to nature, feel the grass under their feet and experience something of the life our ancestors lead, whilst some people like recreate their living room in a field. Both approaches have their attractions so if you’re a lover of modcons you’ll be pleased to know you don’t need to leave the kitchen sink at home any more. And if your a rustic camper whose tired of squatting in bushes you should really take a look at the Shit Box.
Folding Kitchen Sink
Fastidious about dirty dishes? The latest in folding camp technology is the pop-up kitchen sink. It’ll hold up to 10 litres of water and won’t spill a drop due to it’s stainless steel stiffening ring. If you don’t fancy taking the domestic chores with you it’ll double up as the world’s smallest bath.
Gelert Solar Shower
Probably the worst thing about festivals is that feeling on day three when you roll out of a sticky tent in the clothes you fell asleep in with the only prospect of a wash some kind dirt of bath being ran by Oxfam. Well, feel filthy no more! Simply fill the pocket shower with water and allow to warm in the sun for a few hours. Tie it to a handy tree and you’ll have over 8 minutes of watery bliss.
The Shit Box
The charmingly named Shit Box or Ploo doesn’t require too much description. It’s a box you can satisfy the call of nature whilst satisfying the call of the wild.
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Freeloader Pro Solar Charger
After seeing the queues for the Orange phone charging tent at Glastonbury this year there must be a lot of frustrated mobile owners out there. Dodge the queues and save the planet by harnessing the power of sun with the Freeloader Pro Solar Charger. It’ll charge most gadgets in 1.5 hours, enough for 2.5 ciders at least.
If you want to upgrade your disposable BBQ habit in 2010 the Notebook BBQ is a great way to avoid singing the grass whilst looking stylish. It’s folding ‘notebook’ mechanism makes the Notebook easy to store and carry, perfect for an impromptu chow-down.