Discover the Outdoors
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If you spend a lot of time outside, you've probably looked at your tent or backpack or whatever it is that helps you do what you like to do when you're out in nature, and you've probably thought about how you could make the thing in question so much better if only you had the resources. Here are a few innovative projects, designed to make your life in the wilderness a little more comfortable.
No outdoors roundup would be complete without a backpack to put all your life essentials in when you're on the road. Whether you plan on being gone for four weeks or forever, you need to put all your stuff somewhere and this pack (which also comes in a dog version) seems like the place. The Action Pack is incredibly comfortable and water resistant, which means you can enjoy being outside at times when probably no one else can enjoy being outside.
Sure, there's something to be said for being in nature without your various devices, but Blue Freedom is a game changer. Drop it in a stream for an hour and the current will charge the internal battery. Then you'll be able to charge multiple devices for ten hours,which means you pretty much can have power forever no matter where you are.
Speaking of electricity existing in harmony with the outdoors! MudWatt is a battery powered by mud and dirt. Seriously! Sure, it might not be enough to charge your iPhone, but it's enough to to teach kids the principles of how electricity works. Take a look at the gif below for an idea of just how it happens.
A tent is a tent is a tent, right? Nope! If you've been camping enough times (or if you've been camping even just once) you might have had the awful experience of waking up in a pool of water that somehow seeped under the tent, or maybe it dripped from the top, or maybe the walls of your tent were just a little too thin. Whatever the case, nothing spoils an idyllic camping trip like a tent that can't brave the elements. The Thermo Tent aims to change that, through correct insulation, and a spacious, comfortable design that even includes a porch. You could probably live in it if you felt like it.
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