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Pitch A Tent, Watch A Movie

usa-07_21_16Camping isn’t our thing.

Not even in the slightest.

Unless you count sleeping with the balcony door open at the Ritz-Carlton in Bachelor Gulch, Colorado.

usa-07_21_16(2)So whether you’ve reluctantly said yes to a weekend of camping or you love spending nights with bugs, bears and sleeping bag claustrophobia, then we have an accessory that’ll make wilderness life easier in so many ways.

This portable grill brings you both grilling and boiling capabilities, plus the 21st-century ability to charge your electronic devices, like an iPad for a little round-the-campfire movie night.

The eco-friendly, smokeless grill gets power from small twigs, pine cones or wood pellets, so there’s no messy fuel or need to go on an extensive wood-collecting expedition. The power of the heat then provides an instant source of electricity for all your USB charging needs, so you can charge your phone while making fettuccine, flipping frankfurters or roasting pheasant.

Because keeping your cell phone charged to dial 911 when a spider shows up in your tent is the new number-one rule of camping.

Portable Camp Grill and Charger, $199.95
www.uncommongoods.com