Welcome back to #MustSeeTech! As a part of our efforts to deliver to your inbox the most recent news about the latest innovations in the world of outdoor recreation, we closely follow the press releases of young startups and well-established manufacturers. Today we would like to demonstrate to you yet another portion of new camping equipment and smart gadgets that can elevate of recreational experiences to the new heights! Before we proceed, make sure to subscribe to the channel, ring the bell and let’s roll! Shop on AMAZON for the best recommended high-tech, last-mile transportation, and van life products and SUPPORT our channel at the same time by following this affiliate link! https://www.amazon.com/shop/mustseetech #1 King Peak Tent: kingspeak.co/ The founders of Kings Peak, who were backpacking enthusiasts for years, did not plan to start their own company, but everything changed in 2020, when Scott King and his wife got a puppy. #2 TrekChair: indiegogo.
After a long afternoon hike, catching a breather in a high back chair sounds like the ultimate pleasure. But unless your setup is as light as the TrekChair, this idealistic experience might be unreachable.
#3 Filmatic: kickstarter.com/projects/filmatic/filmatic-worlds-smallest-and-powerful-outdoor-projector
In case you would like to mix up a camp out with a movie night experience or want to review the footage from the recent outdoor adventures, Filmatic is here for you with a reimagined projector.
#4 Girovaga Box: girovagabox.it/
Designed and build in Italy, Girovaga boxes can turn your van into a camper in matter of minutes. The brand’s lineup includes two models: Rodos for such MPVs as VW Caddy or Renault Kangoo and Valem for the likes of VW Transporter and Mercedes Vito.
#5 Shade Eco: shadeeco.com/
Fitting into a 60L backpack, the Shade Eco provides a reliable shelter from the sun for beach lovers. The system consists of an easy to set up tent with telescopic poles that can stand up to 8 feet tall and can be tilted to adjust the shade as needed.
#6 Leatherman Bond: leatherman.com/bond-645.html
The new Bond multitool is basically a simplified version of Leatherman’s best-selling Rebar model. It sacrifices the serrated knife, replaceable wire cutters and saw, becoming more compact and suitable for everyday use.
#7 Ru:x: rux.life/collections/main/products/rux-70l
If you are struggling to keep your gear, beach items and camping equipment organized both on a trip or at home, the all-in-one Rux bag might the solution you’ve been looking for.
#8 Klymit Everglow Light Tube: klymit.com/products/everglow-light-tube?variant=39876366074015
Just recently the Salt Lake City, Utah manufacturer Klymit had a really bright idea to create an inflatable Everglow light tube for both directional and lantern style campsite lighting.
#9 Besound Explore: bang-olufsen.com/en/us/speakers/beosound-explore
The most affordable Bluetooth speaker from the Danish high-end electronics manufacturer was designed to be a reliable travel companion for the wildest trips. Looking like a tin can, the Besound Explore is made of scratch-resistant type-2 anodized aluminum.
#10 Slidekick: kickstarter.com/projects/novel-carry/the-slidekick-a-stylish-and-innovative-edc-multi-tool
There is no lack of multitools on the market, but the new Slidekick means to win over buyers with its simplicity and two available implementations, in stainless steel or titanium.
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