Mar 10, 2016

15 Must Have Backpacking Gadgets.

Collection of 'Must Have Backpacking Gadgets' for you from around the globe.

Breccia: Breccia is an ultimate travel backpack that's designed for traveler's needs and takes the best aspects of a suitcase, hiking pack, and duffel bag in one carryon size backpack for all your adventures. It comes in carryon size, weatherproof construction, with modular expansion, and features both front access and top loading. It comes with 40L capacity and for more capacity, you can use both Clast Daypack and side pocket attachments for an additional 15L to total a pack volume of 55L. Buy Now: About: $259.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Breccia

Outdoors Integrated Camping Blanket: The Outdoors Integrated Camping Blanket is perfect for three seasons, its design and is adjusted for camping or backpacking and can even be adapted to the climate. Buy Now: $129.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Outdoors Integrated Camping Blanket
Qlipter: The Qlipter is a multi-purpose super clip that is designed to provide maximum versatility. It lets you keep your backpack off the ground, your gear nearby and more. Or you can use it to hold your water bottle or shoes outside your backpack. Buy Now: $19.95.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Qlipter
Gear Survival Kit: The Gear Survival Kit is an extensive survival kit (we mean it) and is compact enough to be taken anywhere. It includes spring clip, compass, wiresaw, wire snares, firestarter, 30' fishing line, fishing hooks, knife, safety pins, sheet aluminumfoil, ziploc bag, stormproof matches, needle, thread, water purificationtablets, whistle, 45' 550 paracord, ducttape, waterproof paper, pencil, soap, candles, and guide that describes the uses of each of the contents, and survival tips for anyone without survival training. Buy Now: $74.99.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Gear Survival Kit
Hydrapak's Water Bottle: The Hydrapak's Water Bottle is a space saving bottle that makes it a perfect companion for camping. Buy Now: $17.99.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Hydrapak's Water Bottle
Firebox Nano: This cool backpacking stove weighs less than 6 ounces, is only 3" wide and folds down to a ridiculously thin .25". It's one of the smallest wood-burning and multi-fuel stoves in the market. Buy Now: $39.99.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Firebox Nano

Mini Water Filtration System: The Mini Water Filtration System weighs just 2 ounces, can be attached to included drinking pouch, your water bottles, hydration packs, or you can use the straw to drink directly from the water source. It's ideal for outdoor recreation and camping, is small and convenient, its filter is rated up to 100,000 gallons, comes with 16-ounce reusable squeezepouch, 7-inch drinking straw, and cleaning plunger. Buy Now: $19.57 - $22.19.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Mini Water Filtration System
Sidecar: The Sidecar is a toiletry bag customized for your travel habits and style. You can express your style on the outside of the bag, choose the inside pockets for the items you bring with you, and keep things organized by selecting the right combination of organizing solutions. Its waterresistant, lightweight, flexible, stands open on countertops, and more. Buy Now.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Sidecar

Solar Power Bank: This power bank is designed when you require it the most, it comes equipped with four 3-in-1-signal lights (it will never leave you stranded), solar recharging, 4 USB recharging ports, 20,000 mAh, water and dustproof. Buy Now: $119.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Solar Power Bank

Insect Shield Outdoor Blanket: The Insect Shield Outdoor Blanket looks like any other blanket, its made from 100% polyester, measures 56 x 74 inches, weighs about 18 ounces and comes with a built in invisible, odorless insect protection. Buy Now: $27.93.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Insect Shield Outdoor Blanket
Travelmate Kit: The Travelmate Kit is an all-in-one food preparation tool for campers on the go. It features a space saving design, can cut, spread, chop and can even be used as a spatula; it takes care of most of your basic meal preparation needs. It also features 4.87 inch blade, its fork doubles as a bottle opener, can opener, flathead screwdriver and grill scraper. Buy Now: $44.63.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Travelmate Kit
Tread: The Leatherman Tread is a travel friendly wearable multi-tool bracelet that lets you take up to 29 tools anywhere you go. The bracelet is made of 17-4 stainless steel links and each of these links feature functional tools. And you can customize the bracelet with the links you need most. Buy Now: $220.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Leatherman Tread Bracelet

Cinchtohang: Cinchtohang is a patented system that provides you an instant and convenient way to store supplies off the ground while camping. Its strap can be placed around the tree and each strap supports up to four retractable plastic hooks and can comfortably hold up to 50 lbs. Buy Now: 2- Pack - $18.95 - $19.95.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Cinchtohang
Eat'N Tool: Eat'N Tool is an outdoor multi-tool that functions as a bottle opener, screwdriver, prytip for opening canisters, cutlery and three metric wrenches. Its compact, lightweight and can be affixed to your backpack or clothing using D-rings or loops. Buy Now: $2.55.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Eat'N Tool
Sea To Summit Ultralight Sleeping Bag: This minimal-packing sleeping bag folds into a compact bundle without taking much space in your camping gear. Buy Now: $299 - $319.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Sea To Summit Ultralight Sleeping Bag
Foldable Flashlight Lantern: It unfolds to create 360° ambient light and functions as a focused flashlight when closed. Its compact, lightweight and a functional flashlight lantern perfect for travel. Buy Now: $8.69.

Must Have Backpacking Gadgets - Foldable Flashlight Lantern
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