Cooking and Campsite – World

Cooking kit Gwynn and I use.

Katadyn Pocket Water Filter, Black

Default emergency water purifier. Its in my grad bag - always. Click to buy

LEATHERMAN - 831742 , Raptor Emergency

Such a useful piece of kit around the camp or in the toolbox. Cuts just about anything. Click to buy

12V Fridge Freezers

No links to buy, but the best value fridges I've ever used are SnoMaster. And Engel comes a close second. Snomaster and Engel are available in Australia, South Africa and North America. ARB fridges are pretty good as are Bushman. Dometic are okay but a bit cheaply made. National Luna are good, but over-priced. Just my opinion. Click to find out what Amazon has available.

Nespresso Citiz Coffee and Espresso Machine by DeLonghi

Not identical to the one I use, but as close as I can find. Click to buy.

16" & 18" 2 Burner Stove Cook Patner gas stove

Since 2016 my favourite gas stove. Hand made and easy to dismantle and clean, and with fine burner adjustment. No purchase link, but just a link to their website.

LEATHERMAN, Wave Plus Multitool

My all-time favourite multi-tool Click to buy.


The most efficient way to boil water - by far. The 'Original' Jetboil. Ive had mine since 2010 and have used it every time I leave home. Outstanding! Click to buy

LEATHERMAN, Micra Keychain Multitool

Gwynn is in love with her handy little LEATHERMAN, Micra. Click to buy.

Coleman Propane 16 Oz Camping Cylinder (12 Pk.)

The most common gas I use on expedition. I use this with my Cook Partner stove. Click to buy.

Starbucks by Nespresso, House Blend

Favourite camping coffee. Click to buy.


This is a product featured in a recent video. I've yet to fit it and test it out, but it looked so promising that I thought I'd better add the information here.

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All the products see on these pages I have personally used and am happy to share the details with you. By purchasing directly from the links provided, in some cases, I may receive a royalty from the manufacturer or supplier. This does not affect the price you pay, as they share a small portion of their profits with 4xOverland. I hope these links will make it easier for you to take advantage of the knowledge I have gained using these products when building and touring with my 4wds.