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Here's a great new invention that could make getting out for picnics or an afternoon in the park with kids a lot easier.
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We love the Brug a genius practical product that has clearly been thought about and designed with families in mind to make family life easier.
Value for Money
9
Quality
9
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • A really simple way to throw some things together for a picnic in the park or toys to take camping.
CONS:
  • A bit pricey. We found the zip a bit fiddly.
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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 insulated Kids Hale Boots with a good splash in a cold stream.
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Value for Money
7.5
Quality
10
Family Friendly
9.5
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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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7.5
Quality
8
Family Friendly
8.5
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The Craghoppers Lena is now my new favourite jacket. Great to throw on when getting out with the kids!
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Value for Money
10
Quality
9
Features
9
PROS:
  • The Craghoppers Lena is a fantastic jacket to throw on and keep the wind and cold out. It looks good too.
CONS:
  • Only a minor point, but did spot some stitching coming undone on the velcro around the cuff. However, this hasn't been a problem and the jacket itself performs great.
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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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Looking to extend your family camping season? This winter sleeping bag from Snugpak won't disappoint.
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Quality
10
Comfort
10
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • We've been really impressed with this winter sleeping bag from Snugpak. It certainly keeps you warm and is now my go-to sleeping bag for the colder months.
CONS:
  • Although it does pack down relatively small compared to some other four-season sleepings bags used with car camping, you can fit this one into your backpack, but it will take up a lot of room. If you want to go backpacking, look at some of the more expensive Snugpak sleeping bags.
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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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Trying to teach your child to swim? We test out the AquaPlane swimming aid, which may just be the thing your kid needs.
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£21.70
Value for Money
8.5
Quality
9.5
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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 give the Campingaz Twister Plus kit a review. Is a backpacking stove practical for a family? We give it a try...
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Value for Money
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A really handy little stove that's easy to light.
  • Comes with two pots too.
CONS:
  • Not always that stable if you have a lot in the pot. Make sure you use it on level ground.
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We give Ambronite a test. With promises of super foods and a something that will keep us energised and full whilst out hiking the hills, just how well does it live up to those claims?
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Here are a couple of really useful clothes when going outdoors. They are also approved for DofE expeditions.
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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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A BUFF® is a surprisingly useful item to take in your kit bag. We also got creative with a few different ways you can wear or use a BUFF®.
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We put the latest Coleman Xtreme cooler to the test.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A good non-powered coolbox that really does keep things cool.
  • Rugged and tough.
CONS:
  • None found
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We give some kids hiking socks from Wigwam a test. We cover why you should get special socks for hiking and what to look for when buying them.
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We give the Kozi Kidz Smidig Gilet a test now that we're heading into Autumn.
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£15.56
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Features
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • A great mid-layer or outer layer when not as cold.
  • Folds up to keep in your bag until needed.
CONS:
  • None
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Do you struggle with knots? We give the 'What Knot' a try.
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£5.80
PROS:
  • An easy way to secure ropes if you don't know how
CONS:
  • Learning to tie ropes would be another option!
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Here's another new way to heat your tent: underfloor heating! We review the Outwell heated carpet.
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Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • The Outwell Heated Carpet creates an amazingly warm pad in your tent that your entire family will be glued to.
CONS:
  • Of course, you need to be camping with an electric hook-up to use the carpet.
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We've been testing out the Robens Volcano tent stove, which has been great for keeping the tent warm and even cooking.
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£221.19
We really liked using the Robens Volcano stove in our tent. It provides a lot more character than an electric heater to warm your tent when it is cold, and you have the added value of using that heat to boil water or to cook.
Warmth
10
Quality
7
Practicality
8
PROS:
  • The Robens Volcano Stove is a perfect fit for the Robens tents that have a stove pipe fitting. We found it kept the tent very warm, and it's also a good place to cook.
CONS:
  • You may find it fiddly to put up the first time you try it. Practice at home first. You'll be glad of that when you get to the campsite.
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