Just because you plan to unplug from the connections of everyday life, it doesn’t mean you will be traveling without camping gadgets.
These days, your smartphone is hardly the only device you use that runs on a battery. Because of that, a mobile battery bank can be a fantastic tool to keep with you while you’re camping.
You can do a lot more with a good amount of battery charge than send a text, check an email or play a mobile game. Consider the number of camping gadgets you bring with you that rely on a charged battery.
The following are some of the top gadgets campers keep charged with a mobile battery bank while still managing to unplug while they’re away camping:
- A portable outdoor speaker – we all love to dedicate some time listening to the sounds that nature has to offer. But it can also be fun to bring some of your favorite tunes with you. Whether you’re relaxing on the dock or cooking up dinner, it can be fun to have something to sing with. Make sure your portable outdoor speaker keeps running throughout your entire camping trip with the right battery pack and don’t forget to choose a waterproof speaker if you’ll be using it near the water.
- Wireless headphones – when you’re the only one who wants to hear what you’re listening to, these are a great alternative to wireless speakers. When they run out of charge, just plug the Micro USB cable into the micro-port under the left ear cup. Plug the other end of the cable into your mobile battery bank. You don’t even need to stop listening while you recharge.
- A portable fan – there are times when the heat can feel glorious, but there are some moments – especially when it’s humid – when you’d give anything to cool down. The last thing you want is for your portable fan to run out of charge!
- A digital camera or camcorder – as long as your device charges with a USB cable, then you’re all set. You won’t miss a single shot of you and your family or friends having fun, or of that gorgeous sunset…or the bear that got into your cooler!
- Your smartphone or tablet – yes, you’re supposed to leave these off while you camp, but they’re still good to have with you and if they need charge, your power bank is just the tool for the job.