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Need lots of OS maps cheaply? Want to mark routes on your maps? Want to give your kids a map but don't want it lost/wet/ruined? OS getamap is the solution.
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We've been using an Outwell Richmond kitchen table for years, so this is one thoroughly tested product that gets reviewed.
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£127.45
Value for Money
9
Quality
9
Practicality
9
PROS:
  • Very quick and simple to assemble.
  • Lightweight to carry.
  • Stores a lot of kitchen items.
  • Has windshield for a camping stove, helping your gas last longer.
  • A large cupboard to hide and protect gas bottle (or to hide a bag for rubbish).
CONS:
  • We didn't find the built-in sink that practical.
  • It is quite large when folded, so check the dimensions will fit in the boot of your car.
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As any parent knows, kids have got to be motivated to enjoy doing something. We found a Bear Grylls Kids Fleece worked as a great motivator too!
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We review the Lifeventure Ellipse Cookware, which is recommended for those taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.
£2.00
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We found the HMDX Jam a surprisingly good gadget for family travels. Great for the garden, the pool, the beach, the campsite, or even long car journeys
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The Light My Fire Meal Kit is a well designed solution for backpacking or picnics. Our daughter bought one for her Duke of Edinburgh Award, so we took it for a test drive to see how good it is when used for real.
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We've been using the Outwell Bredon Hills for a number of months and have been very impressed. A comfortable chair, a useful table and storage. Read more.
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Value for Money
10
Practicality
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A comfy chair with a very useful table.
  • Folds flat for transport.
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Cupboards can be essential for family camping breaks, but can take a while to setup. We've been using the new Outwell Lucia, which makes things a lot easier
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Practicality
10
Family Friendly
10
Quality
8.5
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Our eldest will be doing her Duke of Edinburgh award, so we've been doing an early test of the DofE approved Craghoppers Reaction Lite Jacket.
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10
Practicality
10
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After years of broken tables and even more years of no tables, we at last have found a good family camping picnic table set: the Outwell Marilla. Read more.
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Quality
8.5
Family Friendly
10
Value for Money
8.5
PROS:
  • Folds up to an easy size to fit in the back of your car.
  • Four stools included that fold up inside the table.
  • The bamboo finish looks stunning and is very durable.
  • Easy to set-up and adjust leg sizes.
CONS:
  • The stools are rather small, but great for kids.
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Winner of an award already this year, the new 'Uggla' coat from Kozi Kidz is put to a real world test. Will it live up to the Kozi Kidz reputation with a real kid using it?
£44.95
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There's many times when having a trolley would be useful. Fortunately Outwell have made the foldable Outwell Transporter trolley. Read our review.
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Value for Money
9.5
Practicality
10
PROS:
  • The Outwell transporter can carry a lot of gear.
  • The large wheels make it easier to pull off-road.
  • Folds down smaller for transport.
CONS:
  • None
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We've been giving the Campingaz 400 ST a good test. Is it a practical stove for family camping? Does the Xcelerate technology really work? Read to find out.
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Value for Money
8
Quality
8
Practicality
9
PROS:
  • The burners deliver a good heat with no great deal of disturbance from the wind.
CONS:
  • The plastic handle was broken.
  • The grill is not that great.
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We've been putting the High Peak Tarp to the test, using it to create a shelter for our camp kitchen and somewhere to eat. Read our review.
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Value for Money
9
Quality
7.5
PROS:
  • A big shelter tarp
CONS:
  • If anything, a little too big. You'll want to run an additional guyline between the poles to re-enforce the ridge line and prevent sagging.
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We've been trying out the Coleman Breckenridge double sleeping bag. In all our years camping, this was our first double sleeping bag. Read how we got on.
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The Outwell Dreamcatcher is a great self-inflating mat for family camping as it doesn't have to be as small as backpacking SIMs, so it's a lot more comfy.
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Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Comfort
8.5
PROS:
  • A great option for family camping with a car.
  • Much thicker than hiking SIMs, and so more comfortable.
  • Much wider than hiking SIMs, providing more comfort.
  • New valves make it easier to inflate and deflate.
CONS:
  • More expensive than cheap SIMs, but well worth the extra money IMHO
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We've been trying out the Easy Camp Devil 400 and have been very impressed. This 3 season sleeping bag is affordable, comfortable, and warm.
£219.99
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The Outwell Hornet XL has revolutionised how fast we can set up camp. This tent is a fantastic family tent. Great for weekends and camping holidays.
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We've used this tent on many camps now, and it's not let us down through wind, rain, and sunshine. The pitching time is fantastic, coupled with Outwell's easy pegging system, means that the whole family can get involved. Pitching the tent is now one of the quickest things to do when setting up camp.
Value for Money
8
Quality
9
Features
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • The Hornet XL is a good sized family tent that's amazingly fast to pitch thanks to Outwell's SmartAir technology.
CONS:
  • This is a big family tent and so it is large and heavy, so make sure you have space to transport it. The pump is not top quality, but if it breaks, it is easily replaced.
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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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We've got through a lot of kids boots as a family. Here's a new design to the old welly boot that keeps your kid's feet warm and dry.
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Quality
10
Comfort
10
Warmth
10
PROS:
  • Warm
  • Good grip
  • Easy to put on using the handles
  • Hardwearing and good quality - these have been hand-me-downs so two kids have thoroughly tested these boots!
CONS:
  • This 'classic' model is more expensive, but Bogs now have other cheaper boots.
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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 Vango Langley 500 provides a good tent layout for families and could be used on long weekends or camping holidays. Simple tunnel tent design makes pitching easy.
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PROS:
  • A great layout for family camping. A good size for camping holidays. Not too big for weekends either. The Large porch is ideal for the UK.
CONS:
  • Although a 5 person tent, we think it's best for a family of four to give you that extra room.
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We reviewed an LED Power Cap, LED Beanie, and LED Clip-on light. Are these just gimmicks or are they a useful bit of kit to have when outdoors? We put them to the test.
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The Vango Inspire comes as a 5 person (Inspire 500) or 6 person (600) family sized AirBeam tent. There's plenty of living space as well as two or three bedrooms.
£408.41
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