3 Eco-Friendly Camping Accessories You Can Also Use at Home

Advances in mobile technology are a huge boon to those who enjoy spending time in the great outdoors! Whether you’re a travel lover or just going on vacation, it’s important to keep all your devices charged and ready to go. So, take a look at these eco-friendly camping accessories and invest in green energy that works on-the-go as well as at home.

The Best Eco-Friendly Camping Accessories:

1. The OnE Puck

The OnE Puck is an incredible phone charger for those who happen to have a cup of coffee or a glass of ice water handy. This charger is roughly the size of a hockey puck and has a red side and a blue side (for hot and cold respectively). You use it like a coaster, and the difference in temperature activates the miniaturized Stirling engine inside of it. As long as that temperature difference exists, you’ll be able to keep a charge going into your phone or other small, USB connected device.

2. The Solar JOOS

Solar panels have been available for RVs for years, but the Solar JOOS is a rugged upgrade. This thing has been to the tops of mountains and taken on whitewater rafting trips. Yet, it still does exactly what it was made to do: convert sunlight into electricity for your devices.

The Solar JOOS is waterproof and highly durable; it’s sturdy enough to last and function for years. So, whether it’s your GPS, your cell phone, or your laptop, the Solar JOOS lets you burn daylight for years to come!

3. The Biolite Camp Stove

This one’s been around for some time, but the usefulness of a camp stove that charges mobile devices cannot be overstated. Just set up your Biolite Camp Stove, collect some firewood, and plug in your device. While you’re toasting marshmallows or cooking dinner the excess heat charges your devices, making sure that you’re not putting a drain on your RV’s batteries.

For more information about the latest advances in green energy technology big and small, contact us today! At Western National Property Management, going green is our way of life.

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