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The CamelBak Octane 25 is a great daysack for active outdoor activities and comes with the fantastic 2-Litre CamelBak Crux Hydration Reservoir.
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£91.00
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • Comfortable air flow with vent mesh.
  • Lots of adjustment for great fit without restricting movement.
  • Lots of storage options, including for small items, secure phone storage, stretch side and back pockets, additional internal storage, and separate compartment for hydration reseroir.
  • Trekking pole attachment.
  • Rain cover.
  • Hydration tube clip and storage.
  • Easy fill Crux 2L reservoir.
  • Easy to use and good flow bite valve, complete with on/off tap.
CONS:
  • It is more expensive than basic daysacks, but you're getting an active sports backpack complete with CamelBak 2-Litre Crux reservoir.
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The Easy Camp Companion 30 is a 30-litre backpack with lots of features.
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Value for Money
7
Quality
8
Features
9.5
PROS:
  • Lots of features.
  • Lightweight with no heavy frame.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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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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£51.05
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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 Thule Chariot is an off-road buggy ideal for running and being active with small kids but is it worth the high price? Jen and Sim put it to the test.
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£876.86
This is the first buggy we’ve had because we’ve never found one that could cope with our adventures before. It’s a great tool to allow us to run together regularly and have amazing family adventures on foot or with the bikes. Highly recommended for active couples with young kids.
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Family Friendly
9
PROS:
  • Incredibly well made and brilliantly designed. Perfect for active families who like to get off-road.
CONS:
  • Expensive - from £850 for a single or £950 for the double. Fairly heavy and wide so stiles and narrow gates can be a problem.
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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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£19.71
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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Osprey has updated their Talon and Tempest daysacks. We take them on some adventures to put them to the test.
£20.00
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We review the Memphis and Phoenix bags. Retro-looking but modern bags ideal for travel. And not from a brand you would expect.
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We test out a couple of Thermos flasks designed to keep food warm: the Thermos Stainless King and the FUNtainer.
£18.75
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We put the En Route 65 backpack to the test, both in outdoor use and for travelling.
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Value for Money
10
Features
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A great 65L backpack from a brand you wouldn't expect.
  • Lots of storage pockets.
  • Rain Cover.
  • Adjustable back.
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The Eco Vessel Boulder claims to keep liquids cold for 36 hours or hot for 8. We've been testing it out for the last few months.
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£3.99
Value for Money
6.5
Quality
10
PROS:
  • We found the Eco Vessel Boulder flask kept to its promises of keeping liquids warm and cold. And it didn't leak.
CONS:
  • You need to shop around to find one at a good price. The cheapest we found was £9-10 but we did also find someone selling one for £68!
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We test out the Water to Go filtration system. A water bottle with a built-in filter that's supposed to even filter out bacteria and viruses, but does it?
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£27.99
Value for Money
6
Quality
5
PROS:
  • In theory, a way to top up water from streams.
CONS:
  • We found the black bottle hard to squeeze.
  • The filter won't remove 100%.
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LittleLife have created another great toddler daysack. This time, it's a Gruffalo!
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Value for Money
10
Family Friendly
10
Features
9
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A good quality toddler or small child fun backpack.
  • Includes parent reins.
  • Machine washable too.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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What is an Osprey Tempest 20? A day sack designed for women and girls. We take it on the hills to give it a test.
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£20.00
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Features
10
Family Friendly
10
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We test out a couple of Coleman Glacier Basin Backpacks. One for dad; one for lad.
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Value for Money
9
Quality
8
Features
8
PROS:
  • A good set of backpacks for heading outside with.
CONS:
  • A rain cover would be a good addition.
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The Robens UL Day Pack is a good bit of kit of days out or travelling. Simply unpack the day sack when you need it.
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Value for Money
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Lightweight and folds up in your pocket or bag.
CONS:
  • Doesn't have any back support, but you would expect that with a foldable bag.
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We've been testing out this Expedition Duffle from Lifeventure. A good sized, sturdy bag, that's reasonably priced too.
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Quality
9.5
Practicality
8.5
PROS:
  • A good sized bag that looks strong and well made.
CONS:
  • It's not completely waterproof, but we had no problem with things staying dry during showers and light splashes of water.
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We've found the LittleLife Alpine 10 a great backpack for younger kids. All the things you'd want in your own day sack, but scaled down for children.
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A handy pair of binoculars is a great way to keep your kids engaged on a walk by spotting some wildlife. We were really impressed with this cheap pair of pocket binoculars that does just the job.
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The LittleLIfe Ultralight Convertible child carrier is a backpack. Open it up and it's a child carrier. Ideal when toddlers start walking, or travelling.
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The Deuter Kid Comfort III is a top of the range child carrier. It comes with a teddy bear too.
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The LittleLife Freedom Child Carrier is a great child carrier with plenty of storage and some well thought through features with parents in mind.
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£176.69
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Child Friendly
10
PROS:
  • A great child carrier that enables your child to get outside on hikes from a young age.
  • Very good quality with lots of extra features.
CONS:
  • Obviously, as your child grows, it will get heavier. Remember to get them used to walk part of the way themselves when they are old enough.
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This 'Thermal Mug' has been brilliant. Cheap. Different colours. Stays warm for hours. Holds about a large cup of tea or coffee. Read more...
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Value for Money
10
Family Friendly
10
Quality
8
Durability
10
PROS:
  • Tough
  • Easily fits into side pockets of backpacks
  • Keeps things warm despite its small size
  • Can be cleaned in a dishwasher
CONS:
  • We have bought many of these though we did get one where the lid leaked. If you notice this, just take it back to the shop and get it replaced.
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From our our experience we can recommend the LittleLife child carriers. The Cross Country S2 is ideal if you have a young child and still wish to get out.
£150.00
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An excellent backpack for a day out with the kids. Very lightweight, and easy to access drinks.
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Family Friendly
10
Quality
10
Value for Money
9
PROS:
  • Lightweight
  • Lots of pockets, making it ideal for getting out with the kids
CONS:
  • None
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