It’s no secret that the rise in popularity of camping has increased within the last 3 years.
We do what we can to disconnect from the busy world, slow time down, and enjoy nature.
With that said, we all know how important it is to bring electronics along for many reasons, such as:
The reality is that most of us, if not all, will have some sort of electronic gadget for whatever reason.
Especially if you’re a new camper, who is a little anxious sleeping outside in a tent.
Fun Fact: According to The Dyrt’s camping report, in 2021 over 66 million people went camping in the U.S., and over 8.3 million tried camping for the first time.
Taking a few electronic amenities inside your tent at night will require an E-port.
E-Ports allow campers to plug in their electrical devices while enjoying the great outdoors inside a tent.
But what exactly is an E-Port, and why should every camper consider investing in a tent with this feature?
What are E-Ports?
E-Ports are a type of electrical port designed for some tent brands on the market. You probably won’t notice it because it’s essentially a triangular overlap of the tent’s material.
They will often have an icon of a plug or a lightning bolt.
It’s somewhat of a sealed outlet and protective covering. It provides a convenient way to power lights, fans, small appliances, or other electronic devices without running long extension cords from outside sources such as generators or cars.
An E-Port can make life much easier when camping or spending time outdoors. With it, you don’t have to worry about running long extension cords through your tent walls, which can create tripping hazards or allow water leaks into your tent if not properly sealed up.
Increased Safety and Efficiency
One of the biggest advantages of using an E-Port in a tent is increased safety and efficiency. By having access to electricity within your tent, you don’t have to worry about running extension cords from outside sources into the tent, which could potentially create hazardous situations if not done properly.
Additionally, having access to electricity inside the tent means you won’t need to rely on battery-powered devices or lanterns for light which can quickly drain their batteries over time.
Keeps Leaks Away
Another advantage of using an E-Port in a tent is that it keeps any leaks from inside the tent.
It also makes it easier for campers who want access to electricity without having long cables running across their campsite or through their tents, where they might trip over them at night when walking around inside the dark space of the tent interior.
The advantages of using an e-port in a tent are undeniable, providing increased safety and efficiency while avoiding potential leaks.
So if you’re looking to power electronic devices inside your tent, simply look for this added feature when buying a tent for camping.
Regularly checking the material around the port can help prevent leaks or damage. Inspect all the seals, paying special attention to those immediate areas exposed to moisture or dirt.
Before You Go
There’s not much to an E-Port; it’s pretty self-explanatory once you finally realize what it’s made for.
But before you go, I highly suggest you check my other camping resources below to make your outdoor experience safer and more enjoyable.