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The Coleman Fremont 4 person family tent provides a lot of living space with a detachable porch. Sleeping is in two bedrooms.
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With two sleeping pods this tent will give the kids their own space and the adults some privacy, and with a living area for when it rains!
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The Campingaz QuickBed is a more affordable air mattress for camping. But being cheaper than others, does that mean it's no good? Read on to find out.
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Value for Money
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Quality
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PROS:
  • Reliable. We bought 4 of them.
  • Affordable.
CONS:
  • Only that it's an air bed, with the limitations that these type of mattresses bring.
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Garmin's handled held GPS series, from the eTrex 10 starter to the eTrex 20 and 30 with mapping capabilities are great for Geocaching. We gave the eTrex 10 a try.
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PROS:
  • Rugged. These are more likely to survive if your kids drop it than your phone.
CONS:
  • The basic model is very basic. The more expensive version with colour maps is more useful.
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The Berghaus Freeflow is designed to make hiking with a bag more confortable and avoids 'sweaty back syndrome'. We take a closer look.
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Bothy bags are handy shelters you can use to get out of the wind and the rain. Useful from emergencies to somewhere to eat your sarnies.
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Quality
10
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • An essential item to have on you when taking your family into the hills or mountains.
  • Useful item for just providing shelter to young kids when the wind is cold.
CONS:
  • None.
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The LittleLife Runabout is a great range of backpacks for little ones, with added control for adults. Highly recommended.
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Quality
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PROS:
  • This is a great little backpack for toddlers. It gets them used to carrying their own stuff and is just the right size for a small toy, some snacks, or crayons and paper. The addition of built-in parent reins and harness makes it easier to hold onto them in busy places without them 'feeling like a baby'.
CONS:
  • None. This is a great bag for toddlers and very small children.
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