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Spring 2023 Guide for Best Camping Necessities

The East Coast has been getting a summer preview over the last week, but beachy vibes have not been lasting into the night.

Anyone who's attempted to take advantage of the good weather has been met with a frigid night, often making outdoor plans difficult—particularly for anyone who wants an overnight adventure.

Here's a look at a few camping necessities for this season.

Chaheati: 7V Heated Camping Chair or MAXX Add-On

No good camping setup is complete without a comfortable chair. While a bonfire can do the job of heating you up on the campsite in most instances, sometimes you just don't feel like gathering more wood to keep the blaze going.

Or, you know, sometimes you just don't feel like smelling like a bonfire for the next 72 hours.

That's where Chaheati comes in handy. Their line of heated chairs can keep your core warm and eliminate the need to keep yourself right next to the blaze on a cool spring/summer night. Their 7V camping chair comes with a battery lasting up to eight hours and warms up all the way to 125 degrees.

If you're looking for a slightly less expensive but no less powerful option, Chaheati also has a line of 11-volt seat covers that can go on top of the chair you already own. The MAXX Add-On can last up to seven hours and hit temperatures up to 130 degrees.

Making matters even better: All Chaheati items come with three different heat settings, giving you full control over how hot things get. You can't exactly say that for a bonfire.

ActionHeat 7V Heated Throw Blanket

Already have a comfy camping chair you're satisfied with but still want a way to stay out of the line of the fire? ActionHeat's 7V heated throw blanket may be the answer.

Equipped with four different heat settings with a battery lasting up to eight hours, the blanket does the job of keeping you warm while giving you full control over how warm you want to be. The blanket itself is also lightweight and comfortable, allowing you to use it just as a light layer for your legs without the heat settings as well.

For those who aren't big fans of the confines of a sleeping bag, getting a heated blanket for the night can also come in clutch.

Ignik Heated Sleeping Bag Liner

Ignik sleeping bag liner is a game-changing product for outdoor enthusiasts who want to stay warm and comfortable but already have a sleeping bag they like.

Made with high-quality materials, it's is both lightweight and durable, making it perfect for backpackers, campers, and hikers. The liner is also easy to pack and store, making it a great addition to anyone on a long outdoor activity.

The heating element of the Ignik Heated Sleeping Bag Liner is designed to provide three different temperature settings, so you can adjust the warmth level to your liking. The liner is also equipped with safety features to ensure that the heating element doesn't overheat, making it safe and reliable to use.

Marmot Nanowave Sleeping Bag

The Marmot Nanowave sleeping bag features a synthetic insulation that provides excellent warmth even in wet conditions. This insulation is also lightweight and compressible, making it easy to pack and carry. The bag also features a full-length zipper that allows for easy entry and exit, as well as a drawcord hood that helps to trap in heat and keep you warm.

The Nanowave sleeping bag comes in different sizes and temperature ratings, allowing you to choose the perfect bag for your needs. The bag also comes with a stuff sack for easy storage and transportation.

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