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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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£93.95
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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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 test two lightweight chairs that fold down really small: a great way to make space in your car when travelling to the campsite.
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Value for Money
6
Quality
9
Practicality
10
Comfort
8.5
PROS:
  • Both the Robens Pilgrim and Robens Navigator chairs are small and lightweight - they're comfortable too.
CONS:
  • You pay more for decent chairs that are lightweight and easy to transport.
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Have you heard of AKU Boots? We test out a pair of women's hiking boots from Italy.
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£135.12
Value for Money
6.5
Quality
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • These AKU boots were comfortable, supportive and dry.
CONS:
  • Pricey but these are very good walking boots.
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We have a closer look at the Outwell Miramar Summer Hammock. Great for lounging about but what about taking to the campsite?
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£24.00
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Practicality
7.5
PROS:
  • The Outwell Miramar Summer Hammock is really simple to put up and it won't tip you out into a heap on the floor either!
CONS:
  • Even when folded it is quite long. Check that you have space to transport it in the campsite. If not, it works just as great in the garden at home!
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The Outwell Hurricane is an interesting design. It's both a pump and a vacuum cleaner in one little package. We give it a try.
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£21.98
Value for Money
8
Quality
7.5
Features
8
PROS:
  • The Outwell Hurricane is a powerful little pump that can help you keep your tent clean.
CONS:
  • The cable is only about 1m long so it won't stretch far. Can only be used on 3 pin plug (i.e. with an Electric Hook-up), not 12V supply from your car.
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We test out the Coleman Mosedale 5 and are very impressed with what we see.
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We really like the Coleman Rocky Mountain 5, it's proved to be a great tent.
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Features
9
Family Friendly
10
Practicality
9
Ease of Pitching
9.5
PROS:
  • A great tent perfect for long weekend camping and really good value for money with quite a few features normally found on more expensive tents. Easy to pitch too.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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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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The Vango Mirage 300 is a three-person backpacking tent.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
9.5
Practicality
8.5
Ease of Pitching
8
Features
8
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Storm Bloc has come out with some walking socks in family sizes. But are they any good? The guys at MakeCamp test them out for us.
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As a family we really like these socks, they are comfortable, supportive, cushioning and warm. The toe seams didn't rub or get in the way and your toes are free to move. Would we buy more? Well, in each pack you get two pairs of socks and at under £15 per pack that represents superb value for money.
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • These are thick, heavyweight socks that grip and support your feet.
CONS:
  • None really other than your feet do get quite warm.
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I find panniers useful for family bike rides. We put some new panniers to the test. They even survived a spill on a descent.
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£48.17
Value for Money
10
Quality
9
PROS:
  • Plenty of capacity.
  • Includes a rain cover too.
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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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For adults, you can get some serious outdoor coats. Fortunately, more brands are making proper outdoor coats for kids these days and the latest available is a new range of Kids clothes from Berghaus. We test out the Berghaus Rannoch Boy's jacket.
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The Berghaus Rannoch has proved to be a great outdoor coat.
Value for Money
8.5
Quality
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • A great outdoor jacket, just like the adult ones, but in a child-friendly size.
CONS:
  • None found so far!
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We test out adult and child Highlander sleeping bags on a winter camp. Read on to see how they stood up to the test.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
9
PROS:
  • The Cadet 350 is 3 Season and the Phantom 400 is 4 Season
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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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You can end up taking A LOT of stuff for family camping. Fortunately there's a new solution: it's called the Treo.
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Another great solution for saving space on all that family camping gear.
Features
8
Family Friendly
9
PROS:
  • The Therm-a-rest Treo is a good sized chair that won't take up a lot of space in the boot of your car.
CONS:
  • Nothing particularly, though might be a bit less stable than four chair legs.
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We test out the Vango Fuel Gel, which is an eco-friendly and safer alternative to meths. But how well does it perform?
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£135.96
The Vango Fuel Gel is much safer to have around kids than liquid fuels.
Value for Money
7.5
Quality
8
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • There's no doubt that this is much safer than meths. And it's good for the environment too.
CONS:
  • It's not going to cook as quick as a gas burner.
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Therm-a-rest is well known for their excellent lightweight and insulated self-inflating mats, but did you know they did other items, such as the Honcho Poncho?
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Value for Money
8
Quality
10
PROS:
  • The Honcho Poncho is a versatile bit of kit for insulating you from the cold.
CONS:
  • A little pricey but you get what you pay for.
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Here's a neat little gadget for cleaning those muddy boots: the boot buddy.
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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've been using the Robens X3 HT Tent. A great little tent for quick weekend getaways or outdoor activities.
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Value for Money
9.5
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A great little tent that's ideal for quick weekend camps or activities, such as the D of E.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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We test out the PACMAT - a family picnic rug that claims to be waterproof, lightweight, and easy to fit in your bag.
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Value for Money
7
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Light, compact, and beautiful design.
CONS:
  • A little pricey.
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We test out the brand new Joci Goggles that claim to stay clear in the water. But do they?
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£15.99
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • Excellent goggles that keep your vision clear.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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We test HiTec's family walking boots. They all claim to be waterproof. We just had to test that out! The child boots are meant to grow with their feet too.
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Quality
10
Comfort
10
Value for Money
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • Comfortable.
  • Waterproof.
  • Great grips.
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