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The Outwell Polaris Lux Lamp is a collapsible tent lantern that doesn't require an electric hook-up.
£17.50
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The Outwell Opal lantern is a rechargeable, dimmable, Bluetooth-enabled, stylish-looking camping lantern.
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Value for Money
6.5
Practicality
6.5
Looks
10
Quality
9
Features
10
PROS:
  • Rechargeable
  • Warm light
  • Dimmable
  • Looks stylish
CONS:
  • Using the controls is difficult in the dark
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The Coleman Duo lantern is a multi-purpose multi-person camping lantern that's ideal for families.
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Practicality
10
Family Friendly
10
Quality
9
Value for Money
8.5
PROS:
  • Multi-use: one lantern for many people.
  • Very practical with removable side panels, which are also torches.
  • Has a USB charging point.
  • Multiple brightness settings.
  • Long-running time.
  • Doesn't take up a lot of space.
CONS:
  • Not rechargeable itself, but it does mean you have longer running times.
  • The base unit is heavy with 4xD batteries.
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The Outwell Morion is a great little lantern, and particularly useful for those of us with kids.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Folds down small.
  • A great little lantern for your tent bedroom.
  • Also has a nightlight feature.
  • Can hang as well as stand up.
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This little lantern from Vango is packed full of features: it's rechargeble, it can charge your phone, it's a bluetooth speaker, and of course, it's a lantern!
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£29.99
Value for Money
9
Features
10
Family Friendly
9
PROS:
  • 120 Lumens Lantern
  • Rechargeable
  • Bluetooth speaker
  • Can be used as a power bank
  • Can be hung or stood up
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The Outwell Corvus is a flexible dimmable light for your tent. Perfect if you don't have a lantern hanging point or you want to add light to an area of the tent a normal lantern doesn't cover.
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A great option if you need a flexible light for your tent.
Family Friendly
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • Flexibility to put into your tent, especially if you don't have a lantern hanging point.
  • Dimmable.
  • Comes with a carry case.
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Value for Money
9.5
Quality
10
PROS:
  • Provides a nice warm light.
  • Makes your tent a home-from-home.
  • Collapses for easy transport.
  • LED low power and lightweight.
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The Easy Camp Bushmaster Lantern let's you get a bit of that retro glam to your camping set-up without costing a fortune.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
6.5
PROS:
  • A cheap lantern that provides a bit of retro charm to your camping setup.
CONS:
  • Don't expect it to fill your tent with light. This is more of a decorative item, but it does cast a warm glow and can be used as a nightlight for the kids.
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Outwell have introduced a smart looking new lantern, called the Outwell Obsidian. We test it out and find it's more than just a lantern.
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Value for Money
6
Quality
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • The Outwell Obsidian provides a good ambient light and the Bluetooth speaker provides a good rich sound.
CONS:
  • Using the multi-function buttons can be a bit fiddly, but most of the time you won't need to use them for basic operation.
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This is a neat design: a light that sticks to your tent. The Coleman Magnetic Tent Light doesn't need a lantern hook!
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Value for Money
7.5
Quality
8
Family Friendly
8.5
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The Coleman CT9 LED Flashlight is a great little torch to put in your pocket or easily stow with your camping or hiking gear.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A rugged and bright little torch.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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We found this Head Torch slightly larger than our others, but it is by far the brightest.
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Value for Money
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • This headtorch puts out a really good amount of light.
  • Ideal for night hikes with the kids.
CONS:
  • The battery pack on the back of your head might put you off, but you don't notice it after a while.
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We were really surprised just how bright this little Go Travel Mini Floodlight is. A perfect item for your pocket or backpack. Ideal for hiking and camping.
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This Coleman Quad LED lantern has been great for camping this year. It has a neat trick up its sleeve that has been a big hit with the kids.
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We reviewed an LED Power Cap, LED Beanie, and LED Clip-on light. Are these just gimmicks or are they a useful bit of kit to have when outdoors? We put them to the test.
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The Petzl Tikkina head torch gets a thumbs up from us after we gave it a review and good use on the hills after dark. Good for adults and kids.
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£15.99
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Brightness
8
PROS:
  • Simple and bright.
  • Comfortable and light.
  • Can adjust to fit kids heads.
  • Great for handsfree work in the dark, such as when camping.
CONS:
  • Does not produce as bright or wide a beam as other larger headlamps that are designed for nocturnal hiking.
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The Coleman CPX 6 range of lanterns and lights give the choice of either regular batteries or upgrading to a rechargeable. Check out this review of CPX 6.
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£19.95
PROS:
  • Bright light.
  • Built-in torch.
CONS:
  • Heavy as uses four D-Sized batteries.
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