This new BioLite NanoGrid functions as a hanging work light or lantern, a multi-point area light, a powerful flashlight and a portable power source for your electronics, all in a single $100 product. The ultimate camping gadget? I got my hands on a unit to find out.
The ingenious twig-burning folks at BioLite have done it again. Their latest, the NanoGrid, is a combo battery pack and lighting system for the outdoors. Now you can charge your gadgets and light up your campsite with the power of a single wood stove.
When was the last time anyone got excited about a camping stove? Yet, people are talking about the BioLite CampStove. It can cleanly cook with wood while charging your gadgets. How's it perform in the outdoors?
Under most circumstances, the combination of trees and fire would be the stuff nightmares are made of—or dreams, for the pyromaniacs among us. But in eight days, the brilliant minds behind BioLite are going to be harnessing the power of fire with a giant, custom-built CampStove a full 200 times larger than its…
Stoves have come a long way since the humble primus: turbo flames, jet boilers and ultra-light portables are just some of the options around. But now there's the BioLite, a stove that burns twigs and charges your phone all at once. I know, it should erect your tent for you too.
The first time we saw the BioLite camping stove, it was a fantastic idea that seemed sadly like vaporware. Now it's real, redesigned, available for sale at $130, and will be awesome for wilderness geeks everywhere.
I'm almost too scared to tell you that the BioLite camping stove can burn anything. I don't want to know what you'd shove in there. Still, the leftover heat can be used to power your gadgets—that's good, right?