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The Outwell Pardelas M is an easy to unfold and comfortable camp bed.
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£79.99
The Outwell Pardelas M is a great camp bed and gets our Thumps Up. But do make sure you have space to store and transport it to the campsite.
Comfort
9.5
Quietness
10
Ease of Set Up
10
Storage and Transportation
5
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
PROS:
  • Comfortable with its built-in padding.
  • Quiet - I found it didn't make a noise when I turned over on it.
  • Easy to set up - one fold, two legs, then lock them in place. That's it.
CONS:
  • Doesn't fold down small for easy transport.
  • Doesn't have a storage bag.
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The Robens Sunstone 120 is a well-insulated and comfortable self-inflating mat that does actually self inflate.
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£179.99
An impressive high-tech self-inflating mat that's deep and comfortable, packs relatively small and is easy to inflate and deflate.
Value for Money
6.6
Comfort
10
Easy of Inflation and Deflation
10
Pack Size
9
PROS:
  • Very comfortable.
  • Extremely high-spec insulation rating.
  • Very quick and easy to deflate and pack away.
  • Very quick and easy to inflate.
CONS:
  • High Price
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The Robens Primavapour 40 is an incredibly small and lightweight camping mat that performs really well.
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Value for Money
8.5
Practicality
9.5
PROS:
  • Packs down small
  • Lightweight
  • Comfortable for a small mat
  • Insulated
CONS:
  • A bit pricey, but that's what you expect for a high-end lightweight mat.
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The Robens Air Impact 25 is a surprisingly large and comfortable sleeping mat for such a small and lightweight pack size.
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£48.46
Value for Money
9
Comfort
8
Quality
9
Practicality
9.5
PROS:
  • Very small pack size
  • Lightweight
  • Good size when inflated (not a 3/4 size mat)
  • Good comfort for depth of mat
CONS:
  • None found so far
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The Outwell Dreamboat Ergo Pillow is contoured to fit your head, easy to inflate and deflate, and small enough to stow away and transport to the campsite.
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Value for Money
7
Comfort
7
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • Easy to inflate and deflate
  • Packs down small
  • Shaped to fit your head
CONS:
  • Best when wrapped in fabric or placed under sleeping bag
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The 16 cm version of the Outwell Dreamboat self-inflating camping mat is soooooo comfortable! It gets the Thumbs Up award.
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£224.99
Comfort
10
Quality
9.7
Value for Money
9
PROS:
  • Very comfortable
  • Great insulation for colder weather
  • Not too warm for summer camping
  • Valves to make inflating and deflating easier
  • Packs down to a relatively good size for such a large mat
CONS:
  • Not cheap, but you might think a good investment
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The Outwell Laguna Hills L is a large camp-bed. You can use it with a sleeping mat too.
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£24.00
Quality
10
Value for Money
8.5
PROS:
  • Big and wide enough for a good night's sleep.
  • Camping mats can be fitted.
  • Comfortable and quiet.
  • Packs down to a reasonable size for such a large camp-bed.
  • Keeps you off the cold floor, and frees-up storage space under the bed.
CONS:
  • You need a tent big enough for it.
  • Can still take up more space to transport than smaller camping mats.
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The Outwell Starland is a sleep system and a very comfortable one at that.
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£86.99
Quality
10
Value for Money
7.5
PROS:
  • Comfortable
  • Insulated Top
  • Anti-slip Bottom
  • Quick to inflate and deflate
CONS:
  • A little pricey for an airbed.
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These Therm-a-Rest pillows are the best camping pillows we've tested.
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Value for Money
8
Comfort
9.5
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • Very comfortable and a good size for a camping pillow.
  • Rolls up into a pocket on the pillow.
CONS:
  • Not the smallest when packed, but don't take up much space.
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The Outwell Memory Pillow is small but extremely comfortable.
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Value for Money
8.5
Comfort
9
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • Very comfortable.
  • Not big to transport to the campsite.
CONS:
  • Not very big, but I've not found that a problem.
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The Vango Dreamer is a lightweigth self-inflating camping mat.
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£27.50
Value for Money
9
Quality
8
Practicality
7.5
PROS:
  • Lightweight
  • Despite just 3cm thick, not bad to sleep on
  • Includes insulation
  • Can be bought for a good price
CONS:
  • The mat is quite long when packed
  • No R-Value to compare insulation levels
  • Doesn't self-inflate fully (which is to be expected)
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An all-in-one sleeping bag and mattress.
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£15.00
Comfort
8.5
Practicality (for Camping)
6
Practicality (for Sleep Overs/Extra Travel Bed)
9
Value for Money
6.5
Quality
8.5
PROS:
  • Keeps everything in one place.
  • Fairly comfortable.
  • Sturdy and appears well made.
  • Ideal for sleep-overs.
CONS:
  • Bulky when rolled up.
  • You will still need to insulate underneath unless camping only on warm summer nights.
  • Relatively expensive.
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A very comfortable self-inflating mat that's insulated too.
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£189.47
Quality
10
Comfort
10
Value for Money
8.5
PROS:
  • Comfortable
  • Easy to pack away
  • Pack size not too big considering the size of mat
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The Vango Shangri-La 15 Grande is a very comfortable sleeping mat to take camping. It will feel much more like a bed at home.
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£167.99
A fantastic mat to sleep on. Easy to inflate and deflate.
Value for Money
8.5
Quality
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • This is one of the most comfortable self-inflating mats we've tried. And yes, it does self-inflate too.
CONS:
  • It's still a large mat when rolled up, so check you have the space to transport. Kitting your family out with these will be expensive.
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SIMs can provide a much better night's sleep than air beds, but you might find them difficult to put away. Now there's a solution to that problem.
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Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Comfort
9
PROS:
  • The Outwell Deepsleep double is a great self-inflating mat for family camping. And now even easier to use with the new Outwell Air Flow Control Valve.
CONS:
  • Of course, it's a lot more expensive than an air bed, but we think you'll have a better night's sleep with one of these.
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These extra large raised airbeds look more like a bed at home. But are they any good? We test out the Coleman Comfort Raised Double.
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If you like camping with airbeds, getting the extra height that the Coleman Comfort provides will make your tent feel a little more homely than having to sleep down on the floor.
Value for Money
7.5
Quality
10
Comfort
9
PROS:
  • The Coleman Comfort Raised Double will feel more like a home bed. We also found that there was less bouncing than smaller air beds.
CONS:
  • If you are pumping by hand, be prepared for a lot of work, as this bed holds a lot of air. Invest in an electric pump to make things easier.
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We test out the Therm-a-Rest MondoKing 3D SIM on a cold winter camp.
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A great self-inflating mat. For the large size, it's probably best for car camping.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
PROS:
  • The MondoKing 3D is a good sized Self Inflating Mat with insulation to help keep you warm on those cold nights.
CONS:
  • It is more expensive than cheaper SIMs... but you get what you pay for ;-)
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The Outwell Dreamboat is a self-inflating mat that feels much more like a mattress than an SIM.
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£192.18
The Outwell Dreamboat has got to be one of the best Self Inflating Mats for family car camping.
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • The Dreamboat is very comfortable SIM. It also provides good ground insulation. Plus, you don't bounce around like you do on a double air bed.
CONS:
  • It is at the top end of the market and so relatively expensive compared to thinner SIMs, but then this is a lot better than cheaper SIMs.
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Want to make your bed in the tent more like home? Then check out the Vango AirHead inflatable mattress.
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£10.50
We really like the Vango Airhead. If you have space in your tent and you like airbeds, then the Airhead could be for you.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Family Friendly
5.5
PROS:
  • The Vango Airhead is a big airbed and the inflatable headboard works well for sitting up in bed at the campsite.
CONS:
  • Being big is also a bad point. You'll need to have space in your tent's bedroom.
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If you know someone that is reluctant to go camping because they'd rather sleep in a proper bed, then check out the Outwell Centuple Sleeping System. It might just be the answer.
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£142.79
We love the Outwell Centuple system. We all want to sleep on it. It gets the GOWTK Thumbs Up award.
Value for Money
8
Quality
9.5
Family Friendly
9.5
Comfort
9
PROS:
  • The Outwell Centuple system will provide you with a bed-like experience when camping.
CONS:
  • You do need a tent big enough to make the most of it.
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The Outwell Dreamcatcher is a great self-inflating mat for family camping as it doesn't have to be as small as backpacking SIMs, so it's a lot more comfy.
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Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Comfort
8.5
PROS:
  • A great option for family camping with a car.
  • Much thicker than hiking SIMs, and so more comfortable.
  • Much wider than hiking SIMs, providing more comfort.
  • New valves make it easier to inflate and deflate.
CONS:
  • More expensive than cheap SIMs, but well worth the extra money IMHO
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The Kampa Airlock Junior Airbed is a great design for small children. We really recommend this for camping with small children (and have one ourselves).
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Value for Money
10
Family Friendly
10
Quality
9
PROS:
  • Prevents your child rolling off their sleeping mat and onto the cold tent floor
CONS:
  • It requires more width than a single mattress, so you'll need space in your tent for it.
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The Campingaz QuickBed is a more affordable air mattress for camping. But being cheaper than others, does that mean it's no good? Read on to find out.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
8
PROS:
  • Reliable. We bought 4 of them.
  • Affordable.
CONS:
  • Only that it's an air bed, with the limitations that these type of mattresses bring.
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