Fire Piston Lights My Fire

Fire pistons are a clever way to make fire, using extreme and quick compression of air to rapidly rise temperature inside the piston igniting a piece of tinder.  This one is particularly nice, being compact and machine-tooled from high grade aluminum.

 

With a single push, tinder placed in the end of the piston is spontaneously ignited by the heat of compression, instantly becoming a glowing ember with no more effort than lighting a match. Literally, fire with air.  The new FireStar features precision CNC manufacturing and state of the art compression fire starting technology!…
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The Scruba, An Ultralight Washing Solution

This little wonder really belongs in your long-hike pack, extended disaster preparedness kit, boat, camper or RV.  The ability to wash clothes is an often underestimated morale booster and hygiene factor that can make a huge difference. Video after the cut.

The Scrubba, washbag, washing machine, off-grid, water conservation, travel gadgets

Whether you are trekking, camping, on a cruise or on a business trip, the Scrubba™ wash bag is the best way to wash clothes while traveling.  Lightweight and compact, the Scrubba™ wash bag requires no power or electricity and allows you to wash clothes for free. The secret is on the inside – the Scrubba™ wash bag’s unique highly …
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Recycle Tick Tack Case As Traveling Spice Rack

Who says you have to settle for bland or pre-flavored food when away from your kitchen?  I can see great application for these among hikers and campers who don’t want to compromise good eats at the expense of bulk and weight.

When we go camping in the summer, we like to cook and eat well.  For us, this means being sure that we have all of the spices and seasonings that we would be using if we were at home.  Space is always an issue though, so we try to use compact and easily packable containers for everything.  It occurred …
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Inflatable Stuts/Poles Tent from Heimplanet

I’m starting to see more and more of these inflatable tent concepts.  Given the wear and tear I see on materials like aluminum and carbon-fiber supported tents, not to mention the physics of cold/hot air volume, I’m not completely confident on these designs for backcountry use, but I am excited about people and companies willing to experiment with new designs and technologies.

Nature invented one of the most efficient and stable structures: the molecular structure of a diamond. We translate this principle into our “Inflatable Diamond Grid”…
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French Press Coffee in a Bag

I honestly don’t consider it a hassle to make coffee in a French Press and hardly feel “shackled” to the oppression of a coffee machine, but I do think this solution might be handle for picnics, short hikes, preparedness kits and other scenarios where you don’t want to worry about the usual coffee gear.

The Coffeebrewer is best described as a disposable French press. Inside the pouch is a filter with 26 g of freshly ground specialty coffee. To brew 3 cups of coffee, all you need is to open it, pour ½ L hot water into it, and let …
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