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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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£25.99
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®.
£5.38
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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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Looking for some trousers you can use around town and outdoors with the kids? We test out the popular Craghoppers Kiwi Stretch Fit trousers.
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Value for Money
9.5
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • Very comfortable and the stretch fit means they fit well.
  • Great for outdoors with the kids and uptown too!
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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Always looking for new places to take the kids, we test out the ViewRanger app.
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We test out some Superfeet insoles. These make hiking a little bit easier on your feet, which is a good thing :-)
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Comfort
10
Quality
10
Value for Money
8
PROS:
  • Great support to your feet, especially for long hikes.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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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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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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Using the sun sounds like a good way to charge your phone when outdoors. But does it work? We test out the Xenta backpack solar charger.
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Value for Money
5.5
Quality
6
Features
5
PROS:
  • Lightweight
CONS:
  • I couldn't get a steady charge. It's better to pair with a powerpack.
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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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We found this Head Torch slightly larger than our others, but it is by far the brightest.
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£14.44
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 get away in the Vango Sierra 300 for a 'dad and lad' camp. It proves to be a great little tent.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
8.5
Features
9
PROS:
  • A great little tent for getting away at the weekend or taking on an adventure.
CONS:
  • The poles can be a little stiff to insert into the eyelets.
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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 show you seven simple steps to getting power into your tent using, and demonstrate using the Outwell Mains Roller.
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Practicality
10
Value for Money
9
PROS:
  • A good length of cable that winds up and kept tidy and doesn't end up in a mess that needs untangling.
  • Three power sockets plus USB Sockets.
  • Useful addition of a built-in light.
  • Stands upright, keeping your power sockets away from the damp ground.
  • Built-in trip switch for added safety.
CONS:
  • None.
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Fancy being able to walk around in your sleeping bag? We review the Vango Starwalker adults and kids sleeping bags.
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The Vango Starwalker is a good sleeping bag that is available as both an adult and kids sleeping bag, and great for summer family camping.
Value for Money
9.5
Quality
9
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • A good sleeping bag in its own right, plus the ability to arms and legs free makes this a really useful item.
CONS:
  • Re-attaching the bottom of the bag was a bit fiddly, but we found that you didn't always need to remove the bottom.
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The Zempire Aerodome 2 is an inflatable family dome tent, with a few different design features.
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The Zempire brings their unique design to the world of inflatable tents, creating a family sized tent that is fast to pitch.
Value for Money
8.5
Quality
8
Features
8
Family Friendly
8
PROS:
  • The Zempire Aerodome 2 is fast to pitch as you can simply inflate it. It also comes with a built in porch, which provides a great place to store wet things and provides a rain-proof way of entering the tent.
CONS:
  • The ventilation mesh on the exterior of the tent with little rain protection may not be for everyone, but from our testing this wasn't a problem at all.
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Want a fire pit you can easily transport to the campsite? Want to also use it as a BBQ? The Outwell Cazal Fire Pit could be the answer.
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£39.00
Quality
9.5
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Foldable legs for easier transport.
  • Can be used as a fire pit or BBQ.
  • Griddle for cooking.
  • Griddle has handles to easily remove.
  • Spark lid to prevent unwanted accidents.
  • Tool for removing the hot lid.
CONS:
  • Wish legs were longer so it is further from the ground.
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We've been testing out the Outwell 3 Layer Insulate Carpet and them to be a quick and easy way to glam-up your family tent.
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Quality
10
Warmth
10
PROS:
  • Provides good ground insulation for your tent.
  • Soft underfoot.
CONS:
  • Due to the additional insulation, it is larger and heavier than other carpets when folded.
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We test out the Kozi Kidz Torr Rain Jacket and Trousers. A great option for school, the park, or those family adventures.
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We've been using the Outwell Drayton Kitchen Table and have been very impressed with it. We love it and highly recommend it. Read this review to find out more.
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£144.69
Quality
10
Practicality
10
Family Friendly
10
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • Easily folds down into a rigid carry case.
  • Fast to put up.
  • A practical and usable sink.
  • Utensil rack and shelf great space savers.
  • Easy to wipe clean.
  • Lots of good storage space.
  • Lots of good worktop space or room for a camping stove.
CONS:
  • None - we absolutely love the Outwell Drayton kitchen table. It comes highly recommended.
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The Outwell Convertible Junior sleeping bag grows as your child does. We give it a review to see if it is any good or just a gimmick.
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Another well thought out design from Outwell. This sleeping bag gets the thumbs up from us as another family-friendly bit of camping kit.
Family Friendly
10
Quality
10
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • The Outwell Convertible Junior Sleeping Bag will save you money: you won't have to buy another sleeping bag in a few years when your child grows.
CONS:
  • We've not found any bad points.
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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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£199.00
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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