8 Amazing Camping Innovations You Must See



meet the chameleon pack an amazing new backpack that actually transforms into a chair after a long day's hike the one thing you really want is a place to sit down combining a high-capacity backpack with the convenience and comfort of an ultralight chair the chameleon makes your outdoor experience far more comfortable and enjoyable whenever you're ready for a break just pop open your chair and have a seat as a backpack trail forms innovative penta zip technology allows access to the top middle and bottom of the pack inside the 216 leaders snap connected switch bags easily hold all your gear the bags are accessed from top position zippers while in your bag with side zipper access when using the chair they can also be snapped together to form a single drawstring bag or carried separately by the kids or your friends divide and conquer right for short trips you can ditch the bags and the chair for a much lighter load also with laptop space a bottle holder and military-style straps for all your attachments the chameleon backpack is a valuable asset on any adventure especially when you're ready to sit down the your outdoor excursions look something like this oops check out the real wheel a new innovation that makes carrying all your gear easier more commonly referred to as the wheel this amazing creation can roll effortlessly over grass branches sand rocks and stairs it even works in shallow water in the wheel centre a custom gear bag holds your heavier items securely and also doubles as a cooler folding chairs can be easily placed over the handles the rest of your items can be secured on top with bungee cords using the bungee attachment loops whatever you need to carry the wheel can handle it just fine when you've reached your destination just engage the kickstand the wheel acts as the perfect table for sharing meals or snacks there's also a retractable bottle opener and cupholders to secure your drinks when you're ready to go just collapse the handles and place the wheel in your vehicle if your family outings have been going somewhat less than smoothly the wheel is here to roll your cares away this is the trail Nest rooftop hammock stand an innovative new way to enjoy your overnight outdoor journeys created by avid camping enthusiast Chris Blackthorne the trail Nest puts you in touch with your surroundings like almost nothing else perched safely above your vehicle you'll fall asleep to the cool breeze and the open night sky with the trail mist you don't have to go searching for level ground the trail nest is mounted on top of your SUV or off-road vehicle so any spot that excites your senses can be yours for the night all you need is a suitable spot to park your vehicle after that set up is quick and easy using the telescoping aluminum ladder just open each of the trail nests to arms and lock them in place to extend your hammock now you can lay back and enjoy your view of the Stars the mountains a rolling Valley a secluded forest or the wonders of the desert if you love the outdoor life betrayal nest lets you experience it like never before looking for an easier way to cook outdoors meet the Revolver barbecue a lightweight fold-up barbecue you can use anywhere with all its parts easily carried in a small bag this portable rotisserie grill could be your most convenient way to cook outdoors it's made from stainless steel so it could last as long as you do assembly and setup is easy and takes only a few short minutes you can place your revolver BBQ on an existing grill for faster and easier roasting or use it as a standalone rotisserie once assembled just place your chosen meat on the provided skewers lay them in place and the roasting begins to rotate your meat just turn one of the skewers this will automatically turn the other skewers cooking your meat evenly and thoroughly when you're finished just disassemble your revolver barbecue place it in the storage bag and throw it in your backpack or trunk for fast assembly perfect even cooking and easy portability nothing beats the revolver BBQ introducing the air pad to a new inflatable air cushion from the wind catcher company if you've ever blown up any inflatable item with your breath alone you know it takes forever the air pad to can actually be blown up in seconds and your mouth never touches an unsanitary air valve the secret behind the air pad too is the quick stream inflation valve which captures the surrounding air to multiply your breath ten times over to inflate your air pad to unroll it onto a flat surface with the blue side facing upward next insert the valve tab into the valve and pinch the valve at both ends place your mouth two to three inches away and blow into the valve eight to ten times then move your hands to the inner markings pinch again and blow two or three more breaths until your air pad is full to add a little more air use the provided traditional valve secured with newly added straps the new air pad to Plus can be folded and turned into an air seat with the air pad too you can cast your old air mattresses to the wind festival-goers could soon have some interesting accommodations check out the B&B honeycomb shelters from belgian company achilles design compared to a sprawling expanse of tents these modular stackable shelters take up much less space they're easily transported to any site and assembly is accomplished relatively quickly by a small team of workers metal steps provide access to each sleeping space for some privacy a canvas sheet can be rolled down and secured over the opening B&B shelters are available as permanent units for the backyard or family campsite stackable festival units or mobile sleeping units these can be placed on the trailer and towed with the family car the inside can be fitted with a king-size bed that converts to seating as well as luggage storage a locker light and a power supply what better place to spend with friends when the dark clouds appear many observers believe the company should market the B&B as disaster relief shelters in their current form B&B shelters seem like a good solution for a broad range of applications introducing the air opus a revolutionary inflatable camper from opus campers and Australian company purple line this piece of tough Aussie luxury can handle whatever the rough roads and trails of the Australian outback can dish out once arrived the air opus practically sets itself up first open the dual fold lid and turn on the onboard air pump in about nine seconds the heavy-duty internal air supports fill up with air and inflate the tent – it's fully open configuration while not overly extravagant the interior is modern and comfortable with large base side windows and a spacious dining and seating area pull out the exterior compartments and you'll find the perfect kitchen for the bush master chef in you for even more space large inflatable and extents are available when it's time to pack up just open a few valves and your heir opus quickly deflates for fast storage if you're looking for a tough reliable well equipped camper offering easy setup look no further than the heir opus g'day mate [Applause] before we say goodbye to the Outback let's take a look at this radical camper the t van mk5 from Australian company track trailer with the appearance of a teardrop on steroids this off-road camper is one mean Beast it's galvanized chassis and durable independent suspension laughs at even the toughest terrain the quick cover outing sets up in less than two minutes and covers the kitchen area for extra space a tent pops easily out of the rear hatch the insulated interior features a sliding glass door option LED lighting a comfortable bed and a powerful electrical system there's also the option for a Bluetooth stereo system the mk5 s kitchen sets up in about a minute and slides easily back into the camper included are a three burner stove a hot and cold water sink space for two refrigerators a stainless steel prep space and a high-capacity water tank various tent options can be added to your t van mk5 such as a tropical tent or shower and toilet tent if you're looking to thrive in areas where few will even venture the t van mk5 is an obvious choice which of these outdoor innovations would you find most useful tell us in the comments section below remember you can now watch Freese lists in Spanish on our new channel freeze list espanol to do so just click on this link and you will be directed there see you next time

30 Comments

  1. Victor Banuelos said:

    All of the systems are useful.

    June 30, 2019
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  2. kiro shin said:

    LOL The wheel gives you a real sweat!

    June 30, 2019
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  3. Grinning Goat said:

    Wow, if they could just invent a wide wheel that would hold your stuff, let you live inside it, floats, can separate you from a pack of wild dogs at your leisure and actually rolls on the ground when you push it…. Oh, Wait…. Diogenes did that over 2,000 years ago living in an empty wine barrel outside the Temple of Sibyl. Yet, somehow I think he would still be quite cynical about these products in the video! I know what you're thinking, "but his barrel didn't convert into a chair!", right?
    (Although, 500 years later, the wine barrel itself did convert into a Christian for the free top-off of wine on Sundays.)

    June 30, 2019
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  4. M Diba said:

    Air Opus and T Van MK5 😀

    June 30, 2019
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  5. Better TV Reception WITH Foil Fedoras! said:

    I can't imagine standing on the roof of your Forester without caving it in but I guess whatever sells.

    June 30, 2019
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  6. hollywood23007 said:

    one idea was Wheel stupid; but im not saying which

    June 30, 2019
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  7. Tarzan and his hanging liana said:

    The use of chair, a hand truck, a car, a fucking BBQ, an air mattress, a portable condominium, a foldable trailer home, is extremely ridiculous and I mean really GRINGO with flipflops, in Bermuda shorts with square graphics and a shirt with straight lines designs, a camera hanging from the neck and a huge forehead marina's hat LEVEL ridiculous! AN ENTIRE PORTABLE COMEDY SHOW ON FLIPFLOPS with a paper map on a hand! Those are extremely sissy pinky pussy practices that defeat the main purpose of been in contact with the nature, you idiot! And that also includes the use of a laptop, or a freaking iPad. If you need all that shit to do camping please you better STAY IN YOUR APARTMENT watching a reality show, or sedating your critical conscience watching FOX “news” on your couch at home until drooling in stupidity, and leave the nature alone!

    June 30, 2019
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  8. Prranjal Shrivaastav said:

    Gooday mite

    June 30, 2019
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  9. eric needs said:

    "The Wheel" is a great name for that product…considering that's all it is..

    June 30, 2019
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  10. Certo Glenn said:

    Don't think I want a car top "hammick."

    June 30, 2019
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  11. Brenda Lambert said:

    Wonder if the trailnest can accommodate one of those tent/hammock combos soldiers use…

    June 30, 2019
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  12. matthew collins said:

    We are living in some great times people< things are really moving forward..well done to the inventors of these items being shown..really good, innovative…blessings people..Whoop Whoop, enjoy your life..be careful out there its a big world..Peace xx

    June 30, 2019
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  13. sociedad postuma said:

    fuck the pubicite

    June 30, 2019
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  14. Razzors Edge said:

    If your afraid to sleep on the ground then you should not be camping , if your in bear county that nest is not going to stop a bear from getting you , you would be better off getting an electric fence for your campsite , bear spray and if allowed a gun

    June 30, 2019
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  15. J Clar said:

    L.L.Bean has alternatives to pretty much everything that function better

    June 30, 2019
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  16. James Pearson said:

    It's a chair! Look everyone! A chair! That you can carry around with you.

    I don't feel like I'm selling it.

    June 30, 2019
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  17. Nick Name said:

    03:45 STUPID… Even commercial rated grills have issues with "hot spots." A campfire is way worse. You WILL NOT get even cooking and this is the most retarded thing I've ever seen. The middle meat will still be charred to hell and the outer meat will be under cooked no matter how many times you turn it

    June 30, 2019
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  18. High Desert Survivor said:

    great video

    June 30, 2019
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  19. truthfilter said:

    the TVAN should have a solar panel on the roof for charging things

    June 30, 2019
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  20. CutiesAdore said:

    “Perch safely” more like “die safely”

    June 30, 2019
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  21. SantaFe19484 said:

    Sleeping on top of a car? I guess zebras on jet skis aren't too far off!

    June 30, 2019
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  22. Stark's Reality said:

    6:19 show's a pic of a Medieval festival with "period" tents before talking about some new high tech tent. I dont think that's the kinda tent a Medieval reenactor would want

    June 30, 2019
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  23. Miguel Ferrer said:

    Track 👌

    June 30, 2019
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  24. brianbirc said:

    Nice 1st pack/chair. Just dump your clothes, food, fun, etc on the side if the trail and have a seat. NICE
    The Wheel I am getting one for the beach. I see people that do not even live here and have it all. Under a canopy with the BBQ and stereo and large ice chest. On a big rug with a lazy boy. Pass the butter please. One of those bag toss games called Corn Hole with custom graphics. My hammac kept hitting semi trucks and trees.

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  25. Pseudo Nym said:

    This is glamping, not camping. 😛

    June 30, 2019
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  26. Jeff Couture said:

    You can literally wear a chair? What the what!!?!!!?!!?!!

    June 30, 2019
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  27. Madness said:

    air opus is very nice

    June 30, 2019
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  28. Madness said:

    why is freeze sponsering and pretty much advertizing the innovations

    June 30, 2019
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  29. Mr Red said:

    OMG someone invented a wheel 😍

    June 30, 2019
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  30. Scotch Bonnet said:

    Love this channel 👍🏻👍🏻😊😊

    June 30, 2019
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