Your camping must-haves this summer

Following the update to the UK Government’s recovery strategy, this weekend which has been dubbed ‘Super Saturday’. It will see a welcomed opening of pubs, restaurants as well as accommodation providers across the nation.

Since the Prime Minister gave the green light for staycations to re-open, businesses across the country have seen bookings sore!

Campsites are expected to be a popular choice amongst UK holidaymakers whilst the continued uncertainty remains around international travel.

So, whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or a first-timer, the chances are you might end up spending your summer holidays camping somewhere cosy this year.

We’re ready to give you the lowdown on the must-have camping tools that will make your stay that little more comfortable.

LifeSaver

As the name suggests, this product is a lifesaver. Whether you are trekking through the woods or exploring the UK countryside, your water storage or supply is vital.

LifeSaver water purifiers give you the ultimate protection, removing 99.99% of bad bacteria and viruses in water. Turning water from rivers, lakes, and puddles into safe, drinkable water. The ideal product to take away on a camping holiday where you are planning some rambling.

Vango

If you prefer camping as opposed to glamping, you are going to of course need a tent. For over 50 years Vango have been leading the way in camping and caravanning innovation.

This year, the team at Vango have created the world’s lightest air tent, alongside a range of lightweight sleeping bags, mats, and rucksacks. Perfect if you are looking to travel light or a long way from car to pitch.

They also have a great selection of hiking and trekking equipment for you to check out too.

Power Traveller

Power Traveller have already established themselves at the forefront of portable power sources.

Whilst it might seem counter-intuitive to be using technology in the forests rather than exploring. Power Traveller looks at technology as a way of helping you to get the most out of the time you spend outdoors and helps us capture unforgettable moments.

We particularly like the Kestrel 40 product, a solar charger that can charge your tablet, smartphone and a headtorch in case you get lost!

Scrubba

Whilst being with nature has its obvious positives it can also be problematic if you’re missing a few home comforts like clean clothes.

Ash Newman discovered this when he took a four-month break from his job to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. He realised with all the camping equipment and warm clothing he needed to pack, it only left him with room for a few casual clothes for when he wanted to relax. The Scrubba Wash Bag idea was born.

The bag itself is packed with little rubber nodules, so all you need to do is add water, cleaning liquid and your clothes to the bag, deflate the bag and rub away.

Washing machine cleaned clothes in just five minutes flat.

BioLite

On a mission to bring energy everywhere. BioLite create revolutionary products that transform the way we cook, charge, and light our lives off the grid.

The company which has been raised on the ethos that technology and sustainable business practices can not only be combined but can also change the world for the better.

One of their unique products, CampStove2 allows you to turn fire into electricity. Yep that’s right you can charge your iPhone through a stove.

Using patented combustion technology, BioLite have created smokeless flames that can cook your meals and charge your gear all at the same time.

Do you have a camping or outdoor product that you would like to raise more attention for in the UK? Why not get in touch today.

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