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The Coleman Weathermaster 8XL is a large inflatable family tent that's ideal for those family camping holidays.
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£1,249.99
Value for Money
8.9
Features
9.6
Family Friendly
9.6
Quality
9.4
Practicality
9.3
PROS:
  • Lots of space for family camping holidays.
  • No messing with large tent poles as this tent is inflatable.
  • Four dark bedrooms with the option to remove them if you don't need them.
  • Built-in wet-dry porch area.
  • Additional side-door entrance.
  • Good ventilation.
  • Comes with a large case with wheels.
  • Good features like window drain, lie-flat groundsheet, and easy blinds and curtains.
CONS:
  • Unless you have a family of eight, this tent is probably a bit large for just a single-night weekend camp. However, its ideal for longer stays where the extra space will be worth it. Check out the 4 and 6 person models if you want a smaller version.
  • Being a large tent with lots of features, the Coleman Weathermaster 8XL is at the upper end of the Coleman tents price range.
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The Outwell Airville 6SA is a large family tent, ideal for taking your kids on holiday.
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£1,549.95
Value for Money
8.4
Features
9.8
Family Friendly
9.8
Quality
9.2
Practicality
9.3
PROS:
  • Lots of living space with flexible options for arranging your tent. This is great for family holidays.
  • Large darkened bedrooms with Quick and Quiet entrance.
  • Bug mesh door.
  • Easy pitching.
  • Good hydrostatic head.
CONS:
  • Personally, I think the dividing screen between the bedrooms could be thicker, but this is only a minor preference.
  • I also think this tent a little too large if you just camp for one night. You will want to spend a few nights to make the most of it.
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We think the Outwell Hartsdale 6PA tent is an excellent tent for family camping holidays, with lots of new family-friendly design features.
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£1,019.99
Quality
9
Family Friendly
10
Value for Money
8
PROS:
  • A good-sized tent for a family of 4 or 5 wanting a tent for a camping holiday.
  • An excellent porch on the front to help protect from the elements.
  • The new Quick and Quiet inner doors are great for families.
  • The Wing Lounge adds a bit more living space.
CONS:
  • The bedroom divider is translucent. Some people may want a bit more privacy.
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Get Your Boots On was written by a teenager for teenagers, with lots of ideas to help get outside and closer to nature.
£12.15
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8.5/10

Robens Chinook Ursa

The Robens Chinook Ursa is a great tipi tent and somthing different from your normal family tent.
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£1,079.99
Value for Money
8.7
Features
8.7
Family Friendly
7.9
Quality
8.3
Practicality
8.8
PROS:
  • A beautiful tent that's different to what you normally see.
  • A blend of tradition and modern, with the use of Polycotton and Aluminium.
  • You can fit a stove flue, without needing to cut a hole in your tent.
  • Easy to pitch.
  • Flexible use with the front that opens up.
CONS:
  • This style of tent is not for everyone, such as the lack of inner tent as standard. If you do get the inner tent, you cannot use a stove in the tent.
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The Outwell Hartsdale 4PA is a great family tent for both weekend camping and longer camping stays.
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Family Friendly
10
Practicality
10
Quality
9
Value for Money
7
PROS:
  • A good size tent for both weekend camping and longer stays.
  • The Wing Lounge provides more living space.
  • Comes with an excellent porch built-in.
  • Darkened bedrooms with Quick & Quiet entry.
CONS:
  • The bedroom divider is a little translucent.
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The REFLECT360 kids' jacket is fleece-lined, waterproof, and helps your kids be seen at night.
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£54.99
A great option for kids out walking or cycling this winter.
Value for Money
7
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • - Good Quality
  • - Warm coat with a good fit
  • - Extremely reflective
CONS:
  • None found
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If you have a National Trust Family Membership, this book is a great companion to exploring the many places with your family.
£23.11
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This is the life jacket we used when our kids were very young. You can get it in Baby and Child sizes.
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Value for Money
9
Quality
9.5
Features
9.5
PROS:
  • Keeps their head out of the water.
  • Leg straps.
  • Easy to put on and take off your child with the zip and buckles.
CONS:
  • None
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CoPilot GPS is an app that should help you safely navigate when towing your caravan. It's not free; there's an annual subscription.
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£25.99
Quality
2.5
Ease of Use
1
Value for Money
1
PROS:
  • - Installs onto your phone; you don't need to buy a separate device.
  • - Navigation instructions were clear.
CONS:
  • - Didn't work well when towing a caravan.
  • - Inaccuracies in speed limits shown on maps.
  • - Icons displayed on the map are useless and confusing.
  • - Subscription payment.
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The Outwell Collaps Colander is something we've used for years. It's a great bit of kit for family cooking at the campsite.
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A handy bit of kit for family cooking at the campsite.
Value for Money
10
Family Friendly
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A good size for family cooking.
  • Packs down small.
CONS:
  • None.
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A handy little table for camping.
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Quality
9
Practicality
10
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • Surprisingly useful little table.
  • Easy to transport and put up.
  • Not very expensive.
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The Outwell Opal lantern is a rechargeable, dimmable, Bluetooth-enabled, stylish-looking camping lantern.
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Value for Money
6.5
Practicality
6.5
Looks
10
Quality
9
Features
10
PROS:
  • Rechargeable
  • Warm light
  • Dimmable
  • Looks stylish
CONS:
  • Using the controls is difficult in the dark
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The Coleman Duo lantern is a multi-purpose multi-person camping lantern that's ideal for families.
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Practicality
10
Family Friendly
10
Quality
9
Value for Money
8.5
PROS:
  • Multi-use: one lantern for many people.
  • Very practical with removable side panels, which are also torches.
  • Has a USB charging point.
  • Multiple brightness settings.
  • Long-running time.
  • Doesn't take up a lot of space.
CONS:
  • Not rechargeable itself, but it does mean you have longer running times.
  • The base unit is heavy with 4xD batteries.
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The Outwell Grimsby induction hob is a safer way to cook inside your tent.
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£18.44
Practicality
9.5
Value for Money
9.5
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A safer option to use in your tent.
  • Heats up quickly.
  • Auto cut-off when pan removed.
CONS:
  • None really apart from it is obviously only one hob.
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The Outwell Katla fan heater has two power settings and safety features for using it in your tent.
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£28.72
Quality
9.5
Family Friendly
10
Practicality
9.5
Value for Money
8.5
Quietness
9.5
Heat Output
9.5
PROS:
  • Quiet for a fan heater
  • Different temperatures, including no heat
  • Oscillating
  • Good cable length
  • Overheat cut-off
  • Tilt cut-off
  • Two power settings
  • Dust filter
CONS:
  • None found
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A 3m x 3m shelter to help keep you dry while camping.
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The Outwell Vale Air Shelter is an inflatable event shelter or additional shelter for when you are camping or just having a BBQ at home in your garden.
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£559.99
Value for Money
4
Quality
9
Practicality
10
PROS:
  • Easy to pitch
  • A good size
CONS:
  • Very expensive
  • Sidewalls are extra
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These Therm-a-Rest pillows are the best camping pillows we've tested.
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Value for Money
8
Comfort
9.5
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • Very comfortable and a good size for a camping pillow.
  • Rolls up into a pocket on the pillow.
CONS:
  • Not the smallest when packed, but don't take up much space.
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The Outwell Memory Pillow is small but extremely comfortable.
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Value for Money
8.5
Comfort
9
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • Very comfortable.
  • Not big to transport to the campsite.
CONS:
  • Not very big, but I've not found that a problem.
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The Vango Banshee XD 300 is a great little backpacking tent. Better for two people than three!
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Value for Money
10
Quality
9
Practicality
8.5
PROS:
  • Lightweight and fits into a backpack
  • Good quality materials
  • Easy to pitch
CONS:
  • Three people would be cramped. Better with two.
  • The porch is only on one side.
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The Vango Dreamer is a lightweigth self-inflating camping mat.
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£27.50
Value for Money
9
Quality
8
Practicality
7.5
PROS:
  • Lightweight
  • Despite just 3cm thick, not bad to sleep on
  • Includes insulation
  • Can be bought for a good price
CONS:
  • The mat is quite long when packed
  • No R-Value to compare insulation levels
  • Doesn't self-inflate fully (which is to be expected)
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The Vango Ultralite Pro 100 is a small lightweight 2-season sleeping bag that's ideal for backpacking.
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£63.00
Practicality
10
Comfort
8.5
Value for Money
9
PROS:
  • Small and lightweight summer bag
  • Not bad price for this sort of sleeping bag
CONS:
  • Legroom is tight, which is to be expected on a smaller bag
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The Wayfayrer meals are pre-cooked meals in a bag that you can simply re-heat by boiling in the bag.
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Value for Money
7.5
Quality
9.5
Practicality
9
PROS:
  • An easy way for you (or your child) to cook a meal.
  • The ones we tried tasted great.
CONS:
  • Can get expensive if buying many meals.
  • If boiling in water, bring a pot large enough.
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