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The Robens Lodge Pro 3 is a great backpacking or bikepacking tent, with lots of features for the price.
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£314.99
Value for Money
9.5
Features
9
Quality
9
PROS:
  • Lots of features for a great price.
  • I really like the two porches. They are great for wet boots.
  • Additional storage with mesh shelf and hanging line.
  • Geodesic design for good stability.
CONS:
  • It is a three-person tent, but we recommend this is better for two adults, or a parent taking a copy of kids on an adventure camp.
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Lightweight windproof top, which does amazingly well at blocking out the wind.
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It doesn't look much but I've found it works really well.
PROS:
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to store
  • Blocks wind
  • Easy to move in
CONS:
  • Note: it's not a full waterpoof
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The Trespass Gillon are waterproof walking shoes. We put them to the test on the muddy hills. They get the Thumbs Up :-)
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Grip
8.5
Value for Money
9
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • Comfortable
  • Good grip
  • Waterproof
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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If you want a lightweight, extremely waterproof and windproof, an easy-to-stow jacket that's ideal for active outdoor activies like trail running, then the Ultimate Direction Ultra Waterproof V2 will not disappoint.
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The Ultimate Direction Ultra-Waterproof Jacket V2 has an outstanding performance.
Waterproofness
10
Breathability
10
Features
10
Performance
10
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
PROS:
  • Extremely waterproof at 30,000 mm hh
  • Keeps the wind out too
  • Great hood and handy mitts
  • Extremely lightweight and easy to stow
CONS:
  • Expensive, which is not surprising, as you are paying for a high spec bit of outdoor kit
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The CamelBak Octane 25 is a great daysack for active outdoor activities and comes with the fantastic 2-Litre CamelBak Crux Hydration Reservoir.
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Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • Comfortable air flow with vent mesh.
  • Lots of adjustment for great fit without restricting movement.
  • Lots of storage options, including for small items, secure phone storage, stretch side and back pockets, additional internal storage, and separate compartment for hydration reseroir.
  • Trekking pole attachment.
  • Rain cover.
  • Hydration tube clip and storage.
  • Easy fill Crux 2L reservoir.
  • Easy to use and good flow bite valve, complete with on/off tap.
CONS:
  • It is more expensive than basic daysacks, but you're getting an active sports backpack complete with CamelBak 2-Litre Crux reservoir.
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The Craghoppers Kiwi Pro II is a great pair of trousers for being active outdoors.
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Quality
9
Features
9
Value for Money
9.5
PROS:
  • Comfortable and good fit.
  • Stretchable material.
  • Treated to keep dry of longer.
  • Easy care - wash and wear.
  • Made with recylced material.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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The Robens Primavapour 40 is an incredibly small and lightweight camping mat that performs really well.
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Value for Money
8.5
Practicality
9.5
PROS:
  • Packs down small
  • Lightweight
  • Comfortable for a small mat
  • Insulated
CONS:
  • A bit pricey, but that's what you expect for a high-end lightweight mat.
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The Robens Fire Moth System should be great for backpacking or bike packing. It's lightweight, strong, and has a good cooking capacity. However, the one I reviewed, didn't go so well.  Read on to find out more.
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£73.99
An excellent system, but the one I was reviewing let me down when I needed it.
Quality
5
Features
7
Value for Money
5
Reliability
0
PROS:
  • Good capacity
  • Packs down small
  • Lightweight
CONS:
  • No piezo ignition.
  • I had difficulty getting the gas flowing.
  • The gas control knob came off the one I was testing.
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The Robens Spur 250 is a two-sleeping down-filled sleeping bag that packs down small, ideal for backpacking or bike-packing adventures.
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£160.00
This is comfortable and warm. The 2-season sleeping bag temperature rating will help see you through colder spells while backpacking or bike-packing.
Value for Money
7
Pack Size
8.5
Comfort
8.5
Quality
8.5
PROS:
  • Packs Small
  • Lightweight
  • Good 2-season temperature range
CONS:
  • Very expensive, as you would expect from a technical bag like this.
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The Robens Morain I is an ideal lightweight summer sleeping bag for backpacking or bike-packing.
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£79.99
Pack Size
9.5
Comfort
8
Value for Money
7.5
PROS:
  • Small Pack Size
  • Lightweight
CONS:
  • Only 1-Season temperature range. If you want something the same but warmer, look at the Robens Moraine II.
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The Robens Air Impact 25 is a surprisingly large and comfortable sleeping mat for such a small and lightweight pack size.
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£55.00 £39.97
Value for Money
9
Comfort
8
Quality
9
Practicality
9.5
PROS:
  • Very small pack size
  • Lightweight
  • Good size when inflated (not a 3/4 size mat)
  • Good comfort for depth of mat
CONS:
  • None found so far
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The Easy Camp Companion 30 is a 30-litre backpack with lots of features.
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Value for Money
7
Quality
8
Features
9.5
PROS:
  • Lots of features.
  • Lightweight with no heavy frame.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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The Outwell Dreamboat Ergo Pillow is contoured to fit your head, easy to inflate and deflate, and small enough to stow away and transport to the campsite.
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Value for Money
7
Comfort
7
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • Easy to inflate and deflate
  • Packs down small
  • Shaped to fit your head
CONS:
  • Best when wrapped in fabric or placed under sleeping bag
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The Colapz Dog Water Bottle is a great design that means your dog has a drink, you carry less, and more water is saved.
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The Outwell Polaris Lux Lamp is a collapsible tent lantern that doesn't require an electric hook-up.
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This Colapz 3 in 1 Travel Shower is not just a shower. It's great for cleaning things too and simply recharges via USB.
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This is a very practical bit of kit.
Value for Money
7
Practicality
9.5
Family Friendly
9.5
PROS:
  • Easy to charge via USB.
  • A good flow of water.
  • Use with any bucket or water container.
  • Shower plus jet wash options.
  • Comes with travel case.
CONS:
  • Some slightly cheaper portable showers out there, but this one from Colapz comes in a complete package with different showerheads.
  • You must remember to charge the battery during the off-season.
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The Outwell Dunton is a foldable dish rack ideal for camping, caravans, camper vans, and motor homes. We give it a try.
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£26.99 £22.43
An ingenious little design to solve a much-overlooked problem.
Value for Money
6
Practicality
7.5
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • Folds up and takes up little space.
  • Sponge catching drips can be better than a tray.
  • Good quality plastic.
CONS:
  • Not sure how well the sponge base will last.
  • The arms that hold plates need to be longer.
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The Outwell Collaps Water Carrier holds 12 litres of water, yet folds down to just 8.5 cm high so it won't take up lots of space in your car boot.
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Value for Money
8
Quality
9
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Takes up less space for transport.
  • More rugged than other collapsible water carriers.
  • Easy carry handle.
CONS:
  • Tap sticks out when folded, so be careful of it when packing it in the car.
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The Outwell Canella Supreme is a 3 season sleeping bag to provide plenty of warmth but without a massive pack size that takes up space in your car.
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Value for Money
7.5
Quality
9.5
Family Friendly
9
Features
9
Comfort
8.5
PROS:
  • Packs down small for a three-season sleeping bag.
  • Good temperature range to cover early to late UK camping season.
  • Zip works without snagging.
  • Plenty of space. You don't feel constricted in this bag.
  • Cotton-like feel inside the sleeping bag.
  • Can be used unzipped like a duvet, or drawn in tighter when it's cold.
CONS:
  • Not a cheap sleeping bag, so shop around for a good deal.
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8.7/10

Helvellyn 300

The Vango Helvellyn 300 is a 3-person backpacking tent.
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£180.00 £159.00
We've based our review on our experience with the Vango Mirage 300 but adjusted for the specifications of the Helvellyn 300, which is slightly smaller and has a lower hydrostatic head. Despite a lower HH, this is a great tent for the money.
Value for Money
10
Quality
9
Practicality
8.5
Ease of Pitching
8
Features
8
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We try the Outwell Catamarca Sofa, a double-seat camping chair that doesn't take up twice the space that two singles would.
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£56.99 £39.77
Value for Money
7
Comfort
8
Practicality
9
Quality
10
PROS:
  • Small pack size for a double chair.
  • Includes carry bag.
  • Bottle/can holders in chair arms.
CONS:
  • Obviously, slightly heavier than carrying a single.
  • Shop around to get a good deal.
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The Outwell Contour is a sleeping bag designed for both warm and cooler nights, with its reversible design.
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£65.99 £62.99
Value for Money
7
Quality
9
Comfort
8.5
PROS:
  • A comfortable sleeping bag, ideal for fair-weather camping and cooler nights.
  • Rectangular with built-in head support.
  • A good zipping mechanism that doesn't snag.
  • Packs down to a reasonable size and comes with a good bag.
CONS:
  • Headrest only offers limited support.
  • If you need to swap temperature rating in the middle of the night, you probably won't bother re-attaching the pillow in the dark.
  • RRP is a little higher than some other 2-3 season bags, but not if you shop around.
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The Robens Pioneer 3EX is a lightweight tent that's ideal for backpacking or bikepacking.
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£224.99 £209.95
Value for Money
10
Quality
8
Practicality
9
Ease of Pitching
9
Features
7
PROS:
  • LIghtweight and not too big when packed. Could be separated to pack smaller.
  • Very easy to pitch.
  • A really good sized porch area.
CONS:
  • Better as a two-person than a three-person.
  • Pitch the bedroom section well to keep the sides off the inner tent.
  • No groundsheet for porch area.
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The Outwell Barmouth gives you additional storage for your tent but without taking up lots of space in your car boot.
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£37.00 £36.97
Practicality
9
Family Friendly
8.5
Quality
9
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • Great additional storage for your tent that's easy to get to the campsite and won't break the bank.
CONS:
  • No storage bag to keep all the bits together.
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