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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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The Vango Ultralite Pro 100 is a small lightweight 2-season sleeping bag that's ideal for backpacking.
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£63.00
Practicality
10
Comfort
8.5
Value for Money
9
PROS:
  • Small and lightweight summer bag
  • Not bad price for this sort of sleeping bag
CONS:
  • Legroom is tight, which is to be expected on a smaller bag
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The Wayfayrer meals are pre-cooked meals in a bag that you can simply re-heat by boiling in the bag.
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Value for Money
7.5
Quality
9.5
Practicality
9
PROS:
  • An easy way for you (or your child) to cook a meal.
  • The ones we tried tasted great.
CONS:
  • Can get expensive if buying many meals.
  • If boiling in water, bring a pot large enough.
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The Coleman Classic Awning is a simple way to add a rain shelter to your tent.
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Value for Money
10
Practicality
9
Family Friendly
9.5
PROS:
  • A simple way to add a rain shelter to your tent.
  • Should fit almost any tent.
  • Provides a lot of shelter space.
CONS:
  • Putting it up single-handed can be tricky, but not impossible. Get one of your family to help.
  • This type of awning is not fully enclosed. However, you can use a few windbreaks to add extra shelter.
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A handy spray to remove any smells from your hiking and walking boots or shoes.
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The Outwell Power Peg is a heavy duty ground anchor.
£10.00
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A six-person family tent with two double bedrooms, all of which are blacked out for a good night's sleep. Note: 1-year Camping and Caravanning Club Membership when you buy this tent from selected retailers.
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£519.99
Quality
9
Family Friendly
9
Value for Money
9
Features
9.5
Practicality
8
Ease of Pitching
8
PROS:
  • The BlackOut bedrooms are very effective.
  • Good ventilation with bug mesh on all entrances and windows.
  • Good layout, including some storage space and a hanging rail.
  • The tent felt well made and good quality.
CONS:
  • Steel poles, although strong, can make pitching heavy and don't always slide apart easily when putting the tent away.
  • It doesn't have a great 'rain-safe' entrance, but you can use something like the Coleman Classic Awning for that.
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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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£207.92
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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This not only covers Al's amazing busking trek across Spain but also a biography with a brutally honest account of balancing family life with undertaking adventures.
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The Outwell Reddick 4A is a great tent for families with one or two small children, or as a smaller weekend tent if taking your larger family tent is too much work for one night camping.
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£401.81
Family Friendly
10
Quality
8.5
Value for Money
7
Features
9.5
PROS:
  • Simple to pitch.
  • A good balance of space.
  • Additional side door with some rain protection.
  • Plenty of light inside, but darkened ceilings in the bedrooms.
  • Removable bedroom divider, which makes it easier to get to kids if they wake in the night.
CONS:
  • I found the valves on the tubes fiddly, but that's probably just me!
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The Outwell Vigor 3 is a small tent with a lot of space. Ideal for taking one or two kids camping as a solo parent.
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The Outwell Vigor 3 is a great tent for the quick weekend getaway - especially for a single parent.
Value for Money
9.5
Quality
9
PROS:
  • Lightweight and small pack size
  • Quick and easy to pitch
  • Extra room in the living space for getting change and bags
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The Robens Telescopic Tripod is a great addition to your camping toolkit, especially if you like cooking over a campfire!
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Quality
8
Practicality
9
PROS:
  • Folds down small and is lightweight.
  • Strong enough to hold a full pot over the campfire.
  • Has spiked feet for extra stability.
CONS:
  • Securing the chain can be fiddly. Make sure you do it right so you don't spill the contents of a hot pan over anyone! This is the only reason I marked quality down, otherwise, this is a quality bit of kit.
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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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Do you also feel the cold on those winter hikes? I do. Fortunately, I got to test out this 8K Flexwarm heated jacket! :-)
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I enjoyed wearing this jacket. Although it appears a bit of high-tech gadget, it's really simple to use.
Value for Money
6.5
Quality
9
Warmth
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • This jacket really does keep you warm. It can also charge your phone.
CONS:
  • It is expensive, but so are similar technical jackets without built-in heating.
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The Primus Campfire Cookset looks very smart, but how practical and useful is this set of pots and pans? We take a closer look.
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£39.59
We really like the Primus Campfire Cookset. It get's the thumbs up form us.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • These pans look smart, function well, and some good features.
CONS:
  • These are obviously more expensive than a cheap set of pots and pans, but shop around, you can often get them cheaper than the RRP. Click on the Price tab above.
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Find camping chairs a little uncomfortable? Then check out this Outwell Grenada Lake camping chair
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Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • This is a really comfortable camping chair. Quick and easy to set-up too.
CONS:
  • It is quite large to transport.
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This year, we changed our awning to the Outwell Tide, another inflatable awning that has made a huge difference to our caravanning.
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Getting the Outwell Tide has made us fall in love with caravan awnings again.
Quality
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • The Outwell Tide is a great looking awning, with plenty of light, and plenty of space.
CONS:
  • None so far
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We take the Outwell ECOLUX 35L coolbox for a test and find it has some great features for family camping.
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£161.94
The Outwell ECOLUX 35L is a great coolbox designed for family camping.
Value for Money
9
Quality
9.5
Features
10
PROS:
  • A great looking coolbox that we found performed well, with some great features for practical family camping, such as storing large 2L bottles upright and the split lid to easily access them.
CONS:
  • The handle wasn't that comfortable, but other than that, not found much to complain about.
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Here are some sleeping bags to kit your whole family out with: adult and junior sized 2 season sleeping bags.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
9.5
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • These sleeping bags are comfortable, do the job, and come in both adult and child sizes.
CONS:
  • These are only 2-Season, but that's OK if you only go camping through the summer.
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The Outwell Colibri is a new luxury sleeping bag, that's easy to convert into a duvet and helps to make sleeping at camp more like sleeping in your bed at home.
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£137.57
Technically a 2-Season sleeping bag, but with lots of flexibility in how you use it.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Features
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • A flexible sleeping bag with a luxury feel.
CONS:
  • A bit more expensive than some sleeping bags.
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