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Brunton Hydrogen Reactor

If you're serious about backpacking, camping, or disaster preparedness, and you just can't imagine going on without a functional smartphone or tablet, then the Brunton Hydrogen Reactor ($150) is the portable recharging solution for you. This device doesn't rely on energy from an outlet to get its juice. Instead the hydrogen from its removable and rechargeable cores combines with oxygen from the atmosphere to create power on the spot, producing no emissions other than a puff of water vapor. The reactor is just over five inches long, weighs only half a pound, and can charge an iPhone through its built in USB port up to six times without needing a replaced or recharged core.

  • Pizzeria Pronto Outdoor Pizza Oven

    Upgrade your tailgating experience this football season with freshly-cooked pizza, using the Pizzeria Pronto Outdoor Pizza Oven ($300). This propane-powered, highly-portable pizza oven can reach temperatures of up to 700 degrees, and preheats in only ten minutes, so you can cook up plenty of pizza in no time. It features a dual-layer pizza stone that heats evenly, so your pizza gets evenly-baked every time, while a moisture vent ensures great, crisp crust. It's also easy to clean, assembles and disassembles in just minutes, and includes just about everything you need to start cooking (except the gas).

  • GSI Halulite Camp Cutlery Set

    Ditch those flimsy, disposable forks, spoons, and knives you've been bringing camping and pick up a set that will last, the GSI Halulite Camp Cutlery Set ($16). It's made from halulite, an anodized alloy made to be light (the set weighs an almost-unnoticeable 1.8 ounces) without sacrificing strength. Each utensil clips onto an included carabiner, so nothing will get lost in your bag.