Friday, July 24, 2020
The holidays are in full swing, so the whole country is out and about. People change comfy living rooms for caravans or perhaps a tent you have to set up yourself. Packing stress is lurking and a long drive is ahead of us. Nevertheless we enjoy it every year to the fullest: camping! These tools are essential for the real camper and also very practical to take with you.
Byebye bbq, hello campfire cook set!
Cooking outside is booming! Forget simple sausages or ribs on the barbecue, say hello to a new way of dining outside. Dad prepares a complete meal while the kids are playing on the swing set. Offer your customers a complete package with these campfire cookware set. Lightweight so ideal to take with you to the campsite! Of course very suitable for cooking in the garden. Easy to expand with a campfire grill.
Never miss out on your cooking essentials or tools with these collapsible/telescopic tools. The telescopic fork has a total length of eighty centimetres, slide it back in and it becomes super compact and it hardly takes any space. The foldable barbecue multitool consists of a spatula, fork and knife.? After diner you can use it to pop a beer, because the spatula also contains a bottle opener.
Back to basic
We also have the right tools for those who really want to go out into the wild. Or dads who go on adventures with the kids (in the backyard). Starting a fire in all weather conditions and at any altitude is easy peasy with this fire starter. It ignites all combustible materials and, not unimportant, also works in wet weather conditions. Up to two thousand! times.
This enamel mug is lightweight and easy to attach to a backpack. Handy for a cold or hot drink on the go, or at the campfire.
This tree branch grill is ideal to take with you during a trekking, for example. Because of its compact size, it hardly takes in any volume between the rest of the stuff. The tree branch grill is easy to attach by sliding the clamps around the branch. Put some snacks on the prickers and you can roast above the fire at a safe distance. Packed in pairs.