20 of the best garden gadgets for 2022

20 of the best garden gadgets for 2022

Outdoor smart lighting from Innr

Innr Outdoor Smart Lighting (Best garden gadgets)

With its selection of outdoor smart lighting, Innr should be able to prolong the festivities for gatherings that last well into the night.

For a setup that works for your space, choose from pedestal lights, spot lights, and lighting strips. Then, use the Innr app on your phone to control every element of the lighting system.

This enables you to determine when they turn on, set up an automated schedule, incorporate lighting into routines for your smart home, and select the colour you want them to be. Even better, you can command Alexa or Google Assistant to make changes. They operate using the Zigbee protocol, thus a control hub that supports this is required.

Bird cage for small gardens

Garden Nature bird box (Best garden gadgets)

A smart bird box is ideal for the tech-savvy birdwatcher who wants to learn more about the avian residents of their garden. We enjoy the variety of IP camera bird boxes offered by Gardenature, which can send live HD video from within the birdbox to your phone or tablet. Gardenature offers a few more options as well. The company also sells powerline adapters that can push your internet signal through your electrical ring main and save you from running cables for miles. You’ll typically need to run a single cable from the birdbox back to your router, but if you have outdoor mains power a little closer – in a shed or outbuilding – you may be able to skip this step.

portable Sonos Move speaker

Sonos Move (Best garden gadgets)

For a while now, Sonos has been among the top multi-room systems you can purchase for your house. The garden has been excluded from the celebration, though, because its speakers have always been dependent on Wi-Fi and mains electricity. Up until recently, that is. Because it has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth built in, the Sonos Move portable speaker may be used both inside and outside the home. This means that it may be utilised as a component of your multi-room system when you are connected to your home’s Wi-Fi, or you can use Bluetooth to connect to it while you are away from the house and stream directly from your phone.

Projector Anker Nebula Mars II

Anker Nebula projector (Best garden gadgets)

Why not spend money on a portable projector like the Anker Nebula Mars II to watch movies outside this summer?

The Mars II is one of our favourites because it comes with everything you need in a single package, making setup a breeze. In other words, you can anticipate a nice enough speaker for sound, built-in Wi-Fi for access to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and BBC iPlayer, and a rechargeable battery that will give it four hours of usage without a plug.

Drink cooler Cooper Cooler

Cooper cooler (Best garden gadgets)

On a hot day, it’s essential to have ice cold drinks available, but if your fridge is already stocked with food from the BBQ and your guests are thirsty, you may discover that there isn’t enough room for all of them.The Cooper Cooler will take your warm beverage and turn it ice cold in a matter of minutes, whether it’s a can of Coke, a beer, or a bottle of wine. Simply fill it with ice and water, select the beverage you wish to chill, and turn it on.When you remove your drink from the Cooper Cooler, there won’t be any explosions because it will be rotated gently.

Hub for Smart Grilling from Weber

Weber Connect Smart Grilling Hub (Best garden gadgets)

If you’re in charge of the cooking at a BBQ during the summer, you’re aware of the pressure to cook the meat to perfection.

Thankfully, the BBQ kings Weber have developed a brilliant piece of technology that allows you to get it perfect every time and gives you some freedom from having to stand next to the grill.

The Weber Connect serves as a step-by-step barbecue assistant, alerting you when the sausages and hamburgers need to be turned and flipped.

It comes with two probes that you can insert into the meat you’re cooking, and it has room for two more so you can watch four different pieces of meat at once.

Pizza oven Ooni Koda 12

Ooni Koda pizza over (Best garden gadgets)

BBQs may rule the summertime feast, but what about eating authentic stone-baked pizza outside? Include us. The Ooni Koda 12 is a gas-powered pizza oven that requires less effort to use than wood or charcoal and is ready to use right out of the box. You can start cooking in it in just 15 minutes after connecting it to the gas and inserting the included stone baking surface. There is no time to waste because it cooks your homemade pizzas in just 60 seconds at temperatures of up to 500°C.

Outdoor speaker Kitsound Diggit

Kitsound Diggit speaker (Best garden gadgets)

The Kitsound Diggit is made for the great outdoors, quite literally, if you’re searching for a more reasonably priced Bluetooth speaker to provide the background music for your BBQs.

It has a detachable stake for burying it in the ground and two opposing drivers that provide 360-degree sound to disperse your music throughout the room.

Want a sound that is bigger? If you purchase two, you can easily tap them together to make a stereo pair for a more engrossing soundtrack. It includes robust IP55 resistance to dust and water and an LED downlight to give your nighttime garden party a little bit of a shine. It is fashionable enough to be brought inside because of its attractive wooden design.

Smart irrigation control for gardens

Gardena Smart irrigation control (Best garden gadgets)

If you want to maintain your garden looking its best, it’s crucial to water it regularly. There are two ways to accomplish that: either you stand there with a hose for hours, or you put up a sprinkler system to do it for you.

With a healthy dose of technology, the Gardena Smart System eliminates the burden of maintaining your lawn and flowerbeds. Depending on how eco-conscious you want to be, the system can have a few different components. However, the sprinkler is controlled by a smart gateway that is wired or wirelessly connected to your router, followed by a water control unit that is connected to your outdoor faucet.

hedge trimmer Bosch ISIO cordless

Cordless hedge trimmer

Prepare your garden for a summer of social occasions by getting it in peak shape. This cordless Bosch “shape and edge” hedge trimmer is multi-purpose since you can quickly switch between the grass and shrub shearer, ensuring that you have the appropriate tool for the task at hand. Consequently, this garden tool should be a handy shed item if you’re interested in trying your hand at shrub sculpture art to really surprise the neighbours or you just want to tidy up the edge of your lawn.

You can zap your way around the garden without stumbling over cables thanks to the battery’s 50-minute runtime.

Bonfire with a single stove

Single-burner fire pit

Solo Stove fire pit

A useful garden tool to have on hand when the chill sets in late at night is this stylish yet simple fire pit. No fans or batteries are required; all you need is some dry timber, like birch or oak.It’s a firepit that, owing to the company’s proprietary technique, promises less smoke and a lovely blaze. The fire pit has an air vent at the bottom, and because of the twin walls, the air passing through them is extremely hot. This air rushes over the flames, reigniting the smoke for a faster burn. This second burn ought to make the experience more pleasurable and less smokey.

Arlo Ultra surveillance system

Arlo Ultra security camera (Best garden gadgets)

If you want to monitor your house when you can’t, you need security equipment. This goes for the garden as well, where burglars might try to break into your house or shed. However, not all cameras are made to be used in the great outdoors, so there are a few aspects to consider, such as weatherproofing, power, and image quality.The Arlo Ultra is a great choice because it is totally wireless and can be easily installed. It is durable enough to be used both indoors and outdoors. 

Biometric Masterlock lock

Masterlock Biometric Padlock (Best garden gadgets)

As vital as keeping our houses safe is keeping our gardens safe, many of us frequently forget to protect sheds and other outbuildings with the same care we would our front door. Given that expensive equipment like lawnmowers, bikes, and tools are frequently kept here, security is crucial. These products can be targets for thieves.

We adore the technological edge that Masterlock, a firm that specialises in security systems, has included into a variety of their products for flexibility and simplicity. With fingerprint unlocking, this biometric padlock eliminates the hassle of having to remember where you put the keys.

Wood and charcoal fire pit FirePit+

Portable fire pit

Films often feature campfires, but they often omit the part when the star struggles for two hours to get it going and then spends the following two days trying to stop smelling like a peat bog. The FirePit+ makes starting a fire easier, reduces the amount of bothersome smoke, and also makes it safer.

The Biolite device improves your campfire by incorporating some air jets into the mix. A battery-powered fan circulates fresh air to your burn through the air tubes that line the bottom of the fire basket. This results in a hotter, cleaner, and less smoke-producing flame.

Black outdoor cooker Everdure 4K outdoor electric ignition cooker

Black outdoor cooker

There aren’t many more stylish outdoor cooking appliances than this. This garden tool, designed by Heston Blumenthal, is an electric ignition charcoal BBQ grill that enables you to cook your favourite BBQ foods at temperatures ranging from 110 to over 400 degrees Celsius. So you can quickly sear a veggie kebab or gradually cook lamb all day, just choose your favourite temperature on the digital display.

With its modern design, having a BBQ should be simple and effective. Simply press the fast-flame ignition button, and you should be ready to go in 10 minutes.

50m Long Range Measurement Meat Thermometer Smart Wireless Wireless Meat Thermometer

Wireless Meat Thermometer

We adore Meater because it makes preparing meat less stressful. It is an integrated Bluetooth food thermometer. As a result, you may keep an eye on the temperature of your meat while engaging in other activities, such as having a few cool drinks with friends.

Meater analyses both the internal and external temperatures of your meal and utilises this data to estimate how long it will take to cook your steak to medium-rare, sounding an alert when the steak achieves the correct temperature (about 65°C).Therefore, if you want to demonstrate your culinary prowess outside of the kitchen, this wireless thermometer can be the answer.

Mini chainsaw GTA 26 Cordless Garden Pruner

Mini chainsaw

What more do we need to say than that it’s a small chain saw? Okay, if you still need persuading, this STIHL garden tool can be used to trim trees, shrubs, and garden waste, and with a high chain speed of 8 m/s, you can expect quick, effective results. Despite the practical issues, this looks like so much fun! The idea of building that treehouse you’ve always wanted to is now much more tempting.The lightweight design makes it simple to carry, and the non-slip, rubberized handles enable precise control. The readable LED charge level indicator, which shows you how much battery power you still have, is another useful feature.

Level 5 cut-resistant gloves from DEX FIT

Cut resistant gloves

Pruning, slicing, and cutting in the garden may be risky business (particularly if you use a chainsaw), and there is always a chance that you could get hurt. Fortunately, the Cru553 range is here to provide assistance. The DEX FIT gloves are thin enough to allow you to move freely while still protecting your hands from cuts, abrasions, and punctures. If you operate with blades, box cutters, plastic sheets, and glass, Level 5 cut resistant protection is the highest level of safety you want. This garden tool was created with comfort and safety in mind and features a sturdy foam nitrile covering, cosy 3D stretch, and a light, thin 13-gauge.

Hori-Hori knife from Martha Stewart


A good garden knife can be used for a variety of tasks, including digging, cutting through roots, and chopping weeds. A hori-hori is a compact tool with a stainless-steel blade and complete tang, which prevents the blade from breaking or bending by extending into the handle. The blade has a serrated edge for sawing and a razor-sharp edge for cutting. Even a leather sheath for storage is included.

Hand Rake by Fiskars


This hand rake is ergonomically created to lessen hand and wrist fatigue while cultivating and is perfect for loosening soil, getting rid of weeds, and aerating soil. Sharp tines on the tool make it simple to dig through difficult dirt, and the cast-aluminum head prevents rust for years of usage.

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