Survival Stove

Survival Stove

Hopefully, you'll never really need the Survival Stove ($90), but if you do, it's a handy item to have around. This collapsible, lightweight cooking apparatus operates on 2AA batteries, and uses an internal fan to generate intense heat, which makes it capable of burning nearly any kind of dry fuel — including wood, fibers, cardboard, charcoal, and, for the really desperate, dried poo. Yummy.

  • Nokero Solar Light Bulb

    Replace your fire-hazard kerosene lantern with the eco-friendly Nokero Solar Light Bulb ($15). Made from impact resistant plastic, the Nokera sports four solar panels, a replaceable, rechargeable battery, and five LEDs to provide five times the light of a traditional fuel light while using 1/200th the energy. Expect over two hours of light from a typical day's charge, or if you know the party will be going into the wee hours, charge fully for four hours of brightly-lit hang time.

  • Cricket Trailer

    With an odd floorplan and even odder looks, it's quite obvious that the Cricket Trailer has character to spare. Available in trims ranging from a bare-bones shell to a tricked out model, the 15-foot trailer can offer a stainless steel sink with two-burner cooktop, a cabinet, a handshower with curtain, a portable cassette toilet, a furnace or a/c unit, a shade awning, and a folding bed with foam mattress. Luxurious it's not, but it is capable, and will leave a more lasting impression than even the nicest Airstream.

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