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CoPilot GPS is an app that should help you safely navigate when towing your caravan. It's not free; there's an annual subscription.
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£25.99
Quality
2.5
Ease of Use
1
Value for Money
1
PROS:
  • - Installs onto your phone; you don't need to buy a separate device.
  • - Navigation instructions were clear.
CONS:
  • - Didn't work well when towing a caravan.
  • - Inaccuracies in speed limits shown on maps.
  • - Icons displayed on the map are useless and confusing.
  • - Subscription payment.
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Garmin have designed an activity tracker for children called the Vivofit Jr 2. It's quite expensive, but is it worth the money?
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£77.92 £43.19
Value for Money
1
Family Friendly
5
Quality
5
Practicality
5
PROS:
  • Two wrist strap options.
  • Waterproof.
CONS:
  • Very expensive.
  • Additional bands to unlock games are very expensive.
  • Difficult for kids to use.
  • Game not interesting enough for kids.
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The ReimaGo is an activity sensor for kids, but is it any good, and should you get one?
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Love the ethos and innovation of this product. If you're really struggling to get your child outside, the Reimago maybe the motivation your child needs.
Value for Money
5
Quality
8
PROS:
  • Good quality. May provide an incentive to get the kids outside.
CONS:
  • If used without the jacket, the tracker is easy to lose. Quite expensive.
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We give the Ordnance Survey's OS Maps system a try, and are really impressed. View our guide to using OS Maps.
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Easy to use
8
Practicality
8
Value for Money
9
PROS:
  • Provides any OS Maps in the palm of your hand (subscription required).
  • View and follow routes made by others.
  • Record or plan your own routes.
  • Download maps and routes to use offline (subscription required).
CONS:
  • Not as intuitive as it could be to find routes, but you can soon work it out.
  • The place search doesn't work with things like hill and mountain names, which is a shame.
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Always looking for new places to take the kids, we test out the ViewRanger app.
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The Geocaching Premium App is not a cheap app. So is it worth spending the money? We have a look and compare it with some free alternatives.
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Value for Money
6
Ease of Use
8
PROS:
  • Quite intuitive to use.
CONS:
  • It wasn't always reliable.
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Need lots of OS maps cheaply? Want to mark routes on your maps? Want to give your kids a map but don't want it lost/wet/ruined? OS getamap is the solution.
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c:geo is a free GeoCaching app that lets you download caches to your phone and use it without needing a network connection or maxing out your download limit.
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Easy to use
8
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • Works with Geocaching Premium.
  • Saves caches to use offline.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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A handy Geocaching app that doesn't require an internet connection.
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Easy to use
6
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • A free geocaching app
  • You can download caches and find them without an internet connection
  • It can help decrypt clues
CONS:
  • Not quite as polished as the Groundspeak Geocaching App
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