Best tech for camping 2022

Best Tech For Camping
Best Tech For Camping (Image credit: Goal Zero)

The best camping tech can make your next trip much more fun. Getting out into the great outdoors, connecting with nature, and spending some time away from the polluted chaos of everyday urban life is strongly recommended. As well as investing in a great cooler and ensuring you have a handy Thermos, these are the essential gadgets we recommend. Thanks to these items, you don't have to miss out on any home comforts. Here's our shopping list of tech that can help you enjoy a hot coffee, a cold brew, and stay connected while you're away.

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We've got some great products for your next camping trip. A decent torch is a camping essential if you want to stay lit, then the Goal Zero torch 500 flashlight is a fabulous option, especially as it can be used as a lantern, a flashlight, and can even charge your phone.

If you can't face the day without a java jolt, consider investing in Wacaco Minipresso GR. It's the perfect coffee maker for camping as it can rustle you up a shot of espresso without requiring any electricity or batteries, thanks to its pump-action design.

Finally, a clever gizmo that can entertain you as well as illuminate you is the RunningSnail MD-088s radio. As well as providing you with NOAA Weather reports, it has a useful built-in flashlight, and if its power runs low, it can be charged by a hand crank.

Amy-Mae Turner

Amy-Mae has been writing about consumer technology since before the iPhone was even a twinkle in Steve Jobs' eye. She started out in magazine publishing with the UK lads' mag 'Boy's Toys' then moved online with startup as the first full-time member of staff, helping grow the site to one of the UK's largest gadget sites. Amy-Mae then moved to Mashable when it only had a staff of around 10 people. After working her way up to a senior role there, Amy-Mae left in 2014 to have her daughter. Since then Amy-Mae has continued to contribute to Mashable and The Daily Dot, keeping up-to-date with the latest consumer technology and social media trends. For, Amy-Mae gets to her explore her love of home cooking, concentrating on all things kitchen tech.