There's nothing worse when camping than losing your beer in the wilderness. (Okay, there are lots of worse things, but none that you're all that likely to experience). This Glow In the Dark Koozie ($6) can help prevent such a problem. Made by the outdoor lighting experts at Coleman, it accommodates most 12 oz. cans, helps keep them cold, and ensures that you'll be able to find them in even the darkest situations.
Part hoodie, part sleeping bag, all warm. The Poler Napsack ($130) is a hybrid of... something, we're sure, with a built-in hood, zippers at the shoulders for sticking your arms out, a cinch at the bottom for sticking your legs out, hiking it up to your waist, or making sure your feet don't stick out, a chest pocket, hand pockets, a soft microfiber lining, and leather cinch tabs for the hood. Just think of it as a slightly more dignified and rugged Snuggie.
Sometimes you need power, but simply can't reach a power jack — like when you're camping, or working on a project far enough from your house that an extension cord simple isn't an option. For times like those, bring along a Generac Propane Generator ($610). This two-wheeled generator burns fuel from a standard 20 or 30 pound liquid propane tank, providing you with 3,250 watts of power wherever you need it without the nasty emissions of traditional gas-powered models.