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The Outwell Colibri is a new luxury sleeping bag, that's easy to convert into a duvet and helps to make sleeping at camp more like sleeping in your bed at home.
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Technically a 2-Season sleeping bag, but with lots of flexibility in how you use it.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Features
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • A flexible sleeping bag with a luxury feel.
CONS:
  • A bit more expensive than some sleeping bags.
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The Primus Tupike Stove not only looks smart, it can save you a whole load of hassle at the campsite.
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£214.99
This is a great stove package.
Value for Money
7
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Easy to set-up.
  • Easy to clean.
  • Looks smart.
CONS:
  • Pricey. Fortunately, it's not just about looks. The Primus Tupike is very practical.
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The Easy Camp Bushmaster Lantern let's you get a bit of that retro glam to your camping set-up without costing a fortune.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
6.5
PROS:
  • A cheap lantern that provides a bit of retro charm to your camping setup.
CONS:
  • Don't expect it to fill your tent with light. This is more of a decorative item, but it does cast a warm glow and can be used as a nightlight for the kids.
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The Vango Shangri-La 15 Grande is a very comfortable sleeping mat to take camping. It will feel much more like a bed at home.
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£169.98
A fantastic mat to sleep on. Easy to inflate and deflate.
Value for Money
8.5
Quality
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • This is one of the most comfortable self-inflating mats we've tried. And yes, it does self-inflate too.
CONS:
  • It's still a large mat when rolled up, so check you have the space to transport. Kitting your family out with these will be expensive.
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The Robens Trekker XL is a great option if you want a good sized smart looking table that doesn't fill your car boot.
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We've been using the Trekker XL on lots of camps this season already. It's a must take bit of kit.
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Practicality
10
PROS:
  • A decent looking camping table that can easily fit in the boot of your car.
CONS:
  • You can, of course, get cheaper tables, but none that fold this small and look this good.
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We try out this new inflatable comfy sofa for camping, which proved a fun (and comfortable) way to provide extra seating at the campsite.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
9
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • A fun (and comfortable) way to provide extra seating for your family at the campsite.
CONS:
  • It does take a bit of pumping to get it up, but that's not a problem if you have willing kids or an electric pump ;-)
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The Robens Field Station is an excellent tipi tent for helping turn your weekends into family adventures. Quick and simple to pitch. Lightweight to transport.
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The Robens Field Station comes recommended by us. It's a great tent for those family camping adventures with the kids.
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
Features
9
PROS:
  • The Robens Field Station is a really easy and fast tent to pitch, and perfect for throwing in the back of your car for a quick weekend camp with the family.
CONS:
  • The inner tent bedroom is an optional extra, but it's not essential.
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We love cooking over the campfire, and the Robens Bighorn is our new favourite campfire cooking must-have item.
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£46.95
A great option for family campfire cooking. You won't need to be a campfire guru to enjoy a great cookout with the Robens Bighorn.
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • A big pan for cooking over the campfire. A great size for families.
CONS:
  • You'll need space to transport it, but the legs screw in and out, so it doesn't take up too much space.
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A great versatile inflatable tent that's ideal for a family of four. Good for weekend camping or longer camping breaks.
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Value for Money
6
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • Comes with a great canopy you can attach to the front of the tent, plus a useful sheltered side entrance too.
CONS:
  • It's slightly smaller than some larger inflatable tents, but it's still 35kg with a pack size of 44x83 cm, so check you can easily transport it.
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The Outwell Vigor is a well designed small tent that's ideal for those quick family weekend camps.
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£314.99
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Family Friendly
8
PROS:
  • A great design, giving you the benefits of a smaller tent, with the practicalities of a larger tent. The canopy design is also a real bonus.
CONS:
  • I wouldn't want to spend more than a few nights with a family in this tent - but that's not what this is for. This tent is ideal for weekend camping.
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The Outwell Phantom 5SA is an ideal tent for a family of four who want the convenience of an inflatable tent.
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Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Features
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • A good porch to the front of this tent and simple pitching, especially if you use an electric pump designed for inflating tents.
CONS:
  • At around 33kg, make sure it's not too big for you to transport.
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We tested the Garmin Camper SatNav while driving over 2500 miles across Europe while towing a caravan. Did it help or did it hinder? Read on to find out.
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£335.37
A great driving assistant when you are towing a caravan. But like all SatNavs, you can't believe it all the time.
Value for Money
8
Quality
8
Features
10
PROS:
  • It works - most of the time ;-)
CONS:
  • Like any SatNav, it's only an aid. It won't get it perfectly right everytime.
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The Thule Chariot is an off-road buggy ideal for running and being active with small kids but is it worth the high price? Jen and Sim put it to the test.
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This is the first buggy we’ve had because we’ve never found one that could cope with our adventures before. It’s a great tool to allow us to run together regularly and have amazing family adventures on foot or with the bikes. Highly recommended for active couples with young kids.
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Family Friendly
9
PROS:
  • Incredibly well made and brilliantly designed. Perfect for active families who like to get off-road.
CONS:
  • Expensive - from £850 for a single or £950 for the double. Fairly heavy and wide so stiles and narrow gates can be a problem.
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I test out the Merrell Siren Sport Q2 - an outdoor shoe specially designed for women.
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£227.00
A light, supportive and comfortable hiking for everyday walks.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • Light and comfortable
CONS:
  • Nothing to complain about shoe wise. Though they are quite expensive.
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We test out the Robens Kobuk stove and some of the fantastic accessories to heat our tent and keep us warm.
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£324.95
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • The Kobuk is a fantastic stove with some great accessories too.
CONS:
  • The RRP looks a little pricey but if you shop around you can get it cheaper (see our price search below). Plus, it's a great package considering all the flue sections, heat shield, spark arrester, and carry case.
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If you are after a larger retro-style canvas family tent for your holidays, then the Robens Prospector might be just what you are after.
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£709.14
Although we struggled to get the Robens Prospector up, once it was pitched, it was a great tent to create a home in, especially when the wood burning stove was fitted.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Family Friendly
9
Practicality
7
PROS:
  • The Robens Prospector is a large canvas tent that comes ready to use with a camping stove.
CONS:
  • It's very heavy and a small step ladder is recommended to help get it pitched.
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The Robens Killarney Outback: a comfortable duvet style sleeping bag with a slightly retro look.
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Value for Money
9
Quality
10
PROS:
  • The Robens Killarney Outback is really comfortable sleeping bag.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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Sleeping bags can be a personal thing: sometimes you just can't find one that is comfortable enough. The Trudgian Family put the Coleman Basalt to the test.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • The Coleman Basalt is comfortable and also has built-in odour control.
CONS:
  • Getting it back in the bag takes some practice.
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This is an interesting idea: a beach umbrella that can also be a beach shelter. We look at the Easy Camp Coast.
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Value for Money
10
Family Friendly
9
PROS:
  • The Easy Camp Coast is a great idea for some wind and sunshade on the beach.
CONS:
  • Not as big as a full sized beach shelter, but it does mean you don't have to take both.
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The Outwell Trelew Chairs are big and comfortable. Now little kids can enjoy it too with a special kid-sized version. The Mayho family put it to the test.
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£280.33
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Family Friendly
9.5
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • Comfortable and opens out in seconds.
CONS:
  • It seems slightly on the heavy side at 1.9kg, which is fine if you are literally throwing your stuff out the boot of the car to set up camp, but not so great if you have to walk any distance.
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Lightweight, breathable, waterproof, comfortable, and a great grip. Another great walking shoe for Salomon
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£79.00
I found the Salomon X Ultra walking shoes great for hiking and everyday use. I'll be using these as my main walking shoe from now on.
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • Good soles, comfortable fit, breathable, and waterproof. Perfect for taking the kids out walking or everyday use.
CONS:
  • You might find the lacing system takes some getting used to at first but it's simple to use and does make getting the shoes on and off quicker.
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We have a look at another piece of camping furniture that's designed to take up the least amount of space in your car: the Robens Walker.
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Value for Money
9
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • This is a great looking cupboard that's really well made and packs down to an incredibly small size for a cupboard with a bamboo top.
CONS:
  • Not as quick to set-up as a pop-up unit, but then again, it's not difficult either, especially with the cupboard's body already attached to the frame and each of the frame items connected together.
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The Easy Camp Tempest 500 is a great tent for quick weekend family camping. We give it a quick test.
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A great inflatable tent for weekend family camping.
Value for Money
10
Quality
9.5
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • The Tempest 500 is a quick-to-pitch inflatable tent that's ideal for those camping weekends.
  • A great price for an air framed tent.
  • Easy to manage and throw in the boot of your car.
  • Fold flat entrance to avoid tripping (it's surprising how many tents don't have this).
CONS:
  • There's no bug mesh on the door, but there are plenty of other features.
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We test out the new Sevylor Waterton inflatable canoe and like all the improvements we see.
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Quality
7
Handling (for an Inflatable)
8
PROS:
  • Easy to inflate and deflate.
  • Handles well on the water.
CONS:
  • It's still an inflatable, and so won't perform as well as a rigid hull. However, it's a lot easier to store and transport.
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