Equipment Links

This page includes links to everything I’ve bought for the Jimny as well as the equipment I use when camping that’s seen in my videos, blogs and instagram posts.

Some links will go to my Amazon shop or affiliated links that help support the all the work I do on my blog, YouTube channel and Instagram. Most links direct to companies are ones where I bought stuff and no affiliation exists.

A few items were donated to the channel in return for work creating install videos or sharing the use of products I highly rate in my videos.

Jimny Parts & Modifications

Camping Equipment

Sleeping Kit

Storage

Lights, Power & Refrigeration

  • Olight Perun Head Torch
    Love this torch, the build quality is stunning! I also hang it in the roof tent at night. It’s super powerful, lasts ages and is a simple 1 button use. Use Jimny10 for 10% off at checkout.
  • Luminoodle LED Rope
    These are awesome, attach them to your awning or anywhere really.
  • Camping Magnetic Lights
    I mount 2 directly on the roof under the awning. They last 2 nights on one charge if you use the lower light setting or the red light which is my preference.
  • ThruNite TC15 UK or USA
    Like having the sun in your pocket and mounts great on the custom molle panel.
  • PowerOak EB150 1500wh Power Station
    This absolute beast has transformed my camping! I use it mostly to power the fridge and multiple recharges all my devices. It takes care of all our power needs for many days off grid. Slots nicely behind the passenger seat in the Jimny too. Special thanks to PowerOak.
    • UK – EB240 – New 2400wh – Save £160 with code KMALAXBZ
  • PowerOak AC50S 500wh
    A lightweight, compact power station. Read my blog about this here.
  • Dometic CDF26 Fridge
    It’s only 26 litres but is sufficient for our trips. In the UK you’re never too far away from a store to stock up on provisions. This size fits amazing in the Jimny too, leaving plenty of room for other kit.

Cooking & Water

Wood Carving Tools

Safety

  • Israeli Bandage
    100% essential when camping with axes and knives, take at least 2 with you on each trip.
  • First Aid Kit – Generic kit nothing special.

Camera Equipment

31 thoughts on “Equipment Links

    1. Hi Saddiq, it’s the Diguo Pour Over Coffee Kettle Stainless Steel Kettle Leather Wrapped, Gooseneck. Glad you enjoyed the video!

  1. hi whats the kettle you use on the fire, great little setup and very nice woods to camp in the north !

  2. Hello Geordie!
    Thans for all this good information.
    What kind of system do you use inside the frontrunner roof tent? Mat? Pad?
    Thanks!
    arnaud

    1. Hey! Thanks buddy 🙂

      I use the exped inflatable mattresses. Ditched the one that came with the tent as we’re side sleepers.

  3. Hello Geordie

    Very happy to see your awesome video, i really love that , I came from Hong Kong, during the pandemic of Covid19 , can’t go outside for trip even a hiking. Your video is my favorite hobbies during after work , particular now still WFH. Your video really touching me when i am alone. I need get strong like you !!! Hope to see your video soon !!!

    1. Hello! Thanks for watching my videos. Hope you are safe, healthy and back hiking again soon. Appreciate your kind words ?

      Best wishes
      Paul

    1. Hi Ben, they’re actually just cheap work pants called Scruffs. Not posh fjallraven but they get messed up bad camping and working on the car so do the job.

    1. Hi mate, the big silver table is from halfords about 6 years ago. It’s a bit bulky for my liking, working on replacing it or making one.

  4. Hey, brother. Where did you get the leather carriers for the spice containers and the little spice containers? Love those things.

  5. Hi, just subbed to your videos. Love your neat and calm approach to your camping and configuration.

    I note that on the right hand side of your dash you and a “level” meter – I assume some sort of inclinometer. Is this a standard Jimny fitment or is it after market. Was looking for something neat for my Defender…?

  6. Hey, just found your videos. Recently worked on my stock Jeep to make it into a hard core camper. Was a lock-down project for me and my two boys and we’re away testing it out now in Cornwall!
    Wish I’d seen your videos before as I’d have saved lots of my own thinking. Good and useful content mate and similar solutions to mine!!!
    I think I’ve caught some sort of bug now though cos I’m seriously thinking of (also!) getting a Jimny for stealthy camping. Really lightweight set-up for one (take a tent for more), sleep full length passenger side and so on.
    Wondered what your vehicle weight is like with the full kit (including water, tent, battery etc).
    Also, have you considered a dual battery set-up? I did my own in the Jeep with a renogy combined MPPT Solar / DC-DC charger and lithium battery. Works a great!
    Also looking at that Cadac Stove already. I have a jetboil genesis from when I lived in the US but it’s propane-only and the smaller-style cans used in the US are harder to come by here (and are ££). I like the Cadac has the griddle plates. How do you find it as a stove?
    Finally one tip for you. I have a few “Omeril” brand wardrobe lights from Amazon. Super cheap, USB rechargeable and they operate on a PIR sensor (if you want them too). I use them under my awning, in the boot space, even in a shower tent i sometimes use. Just Velcro wherever needed and forget about them. The PIR is useful!

    1. Hi mate, glad the videos and blogs help. It’s good fun as you know to get your camper just how you want it. Never ending project!

      Weight wise the max payload for the Jimny is 300kg. I’m actually working on a blog regarding payload just haven’t gotten around to it yet. I suspect I’m just under the max payload but don’t have the exact figures yet. There’s more I can do to reduce the weight and once I’ve done all the working out and weighing my standard camping set up, etc. I’ll start looking at ways to reduce that further, hopefully it’s not me going on a diet. I still take more gear than I use, the endless challenge of car camping for me is saying ‘no’ to what’s taken.

      I did consider a dual battery set up but the lack of experience and electrical knowledge mean’t that the PowerOak power stations with solar and 12v recharging while driving was a way better solution for me. So impressed with the kit, unless it fails I’ll stick with it. Also means I can loan it to friends or use it in other situations besides camping.

      The Cadac is ok, I’d like the flame to have more control though. Seems to be fully on or not at all. I also want to change the fuel from the big campingaz bottles to the 1 ltr propane as space is always at a premium in the Jimny. However, I’m not certain they’ll offer enough oomph so will need to test it. I’ve used the griddle plates only once so far but that’s because I tend to stick with woodland campsites where I’ve permission to light a fire. Ideally as it’s just me solo 95% of the time I only need one burner but I’ve yet to find a really nice quality single burner stove. There’s the usual suspects but rather than buy one of those I’ll stick with the Cadac until I see something unique that’s really high quality kit and super compact.

      I’ll check out those lights too, cheers!

      1. Cool. My jetboil Genesis stove is awesome especially from a simmer control pov. It’s just the gas is propane only (US style Coleman bottles) which are tricky to get here and ££££.
        With you on the payload stuff – the Jeep obviously has a little more to play with but still the things that get thrown in the back because “it might be useful”!!!
        12v systems are simple to learn if it floats your boat! The biggest advantage is alternator charging. Depending on the type of trip (touring / day trips more than “base camp”) means I can be self sufficient even with high power demands (fridge, work computer on an inverter and kids technology). Probably won’t even use the folding solar panel this trip!

        On single-burner stoves… I have a jetboil flash because it smashes it on a water-boiling front and doubles-up as a French press for fresh coffee. The stash, I think, has better simmer control.

        Best all-round single-burner I have is the Kovea Scout.

        If you want to check out my stuff then take a look @ozzythejeep on IG

        Happy camping !

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