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BearVault

Keep the Yogi and Boo-Boo types out of your goods with the BearVault ($80). Made from tough polycarbonate and designed to keep strong smells from escaping and luring in the unwanted wildlife, this clever container offers 700 cu. in. of interior storage, a rainproof lid with a bear-proof locking mechanism, and a dimpled exterior to keep it secured when going to and from camp. It's also approved by both the Sierra Interagency Black Bear Group and Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee, if you can believe such a thing exists.

  • Eton Scorpion

    Like a technological Swiss Army Knife, the Eton Scorpion ($50) is an all-in-one digital solution. Built into its small, rugged chassis is an aluminum carabiner clip, digital AM/FM radio tuner with NOAA Weatherband support, a speaker with audio line input, a headphone jack, a LED flashlight, and an USB charging port, all of which can be powered by a traditional DC connection, the built-in solar panel, or the built-in hand crank — you know, in case the fallout is blocking the sun.

  • Opera Camper

    Folding into a low, sleek tow-behind package, the Opera Camper ($TBA) is like a pop-up luxury suite you can take with you anywhere. Elegant features include a teak veranda, two electrically-adjustable beds that can be combined to make for a larger single sleeping surface, a boiler for hot-water in the compact kitchen, a top-loading fridge with 36L of storage, a ceramic toilet, LED lighting, and a corian fountain with pull-out faucet head that doubles as an outdoor shower.