All Camping Discounts, Offers and Sale - May 2020
Probably but I just can't be bothered to go to the attic for that, surely that's what the shower is for :D
I can just imagine Jacob Rees Mogg lounging all over this. Lol. (lol) (lol) (lol)
Very close to tantra chair ;).. not sure how much force it can take
It will 100% break after minimal uses. How many uses have you had out a blow up bed or a holiday lido before they broke.
Well it's not even enough for just myself, I'm 19 stone! (lol)
Sounds fine for 2.5 season: https://splodzblogz.co.uk/2018/11/05/review-oex-fathom/
Yes, it is a big thing even packed. So you are probably correct. But for less than £40 delivered i think it's a decent bag :)
Would trust the Marmot ratings far more though. The key thing to notice is that, while the Marmot isn't much more expensive than the RRP for the OP, the Marmot is 300g heavier, which makes the ratings way more believable.
I own a Marmot Trestles 30 with similar rating (Comfort rating: 2 °C Lower limit rating: -3 °C Extreme rating: -19 °C) and I have never had an issue in a Scottish bothy any time of the year...
What are these like when its not so cold?
https://www.summits.co.uk/product/vango-spey-200-tent-2-person-tent-2018/ Went for this one in the end , £44.99 with code lockdown10
Thank you, I'll have a look.
I've recently purchased one of these for solo camping - https://www.millets.co.uk/tents-camping/351682-oex-bobcat-1-person-tent-green.html
With me only needing a tent for myself, I wouldn't think I'd need to worry too much about the price. Quality of materials and ease of erecting and dismantling are the most important things for me with buying a tent. I won't do any cooking but it would be nice if the tent had a little living space as well as where the sleeping bag goes. A little height would also be nice but not too important. I really have no idea what to look for in a small tent. Used to go camping in the 80's but that was with a large tent that took around an hour to erect.
What's your budget, decathlon do some great air tents that are super easy to put up.
This is a fantastic price - It’s £60 plus from most retailers. Everything in one carry bag and the quality isn’t too bad. I wouldn’t have it in my garden but it’s perfectly fine for a day at the beach. Studio are shockingly bad at merchandising their products, take a look on wayfair for more details https://www.wayfair.co.uk/garden/pdp/sol-72-outdoor-gravelle-folding-camping-chair-qbff4091.html?piid=
I have two single seats so I don't have to sit near the wife.
Good for social distancing providing you use it on your own.
me need a friend
Pleased to hear! I may give it another go at some point, but the last one I bought was from Solar Monkey which had raving reviews and was a bit pricey, so was pretty disappointed it didn't work.
I've got one of these and you couldn't be more wrong. I can fully charge my Note 10 plus on a sunny day so I'd say you had a duff one.
You just said you hadn't been away from the grid. Now suddenly you are well travelled out in the middle of nowhere (lol) tragic.
There are powerbanks with similar sized panels to this on them.
I have this solar panel and use it to charge my phone when remote working. Impressed with the results!
Know those feels :D
Hot. Hopefully campsites will open mid July
Looks great, I posted a cheaper one before (gelert - and I didn't buy it myself) but this is the sort I'd like - just too many things on my list...
Hey nice one, will give it a watch for old times sake, might get emotional.
If anyone is looking for this you can still get it via Blacks on Amazon for £36.77
Funnily enough the Tom Outdoors channel on YouTube did a nostalgic review of this last month, worth a watch
If it was the hike lite 1 or tiger paws (same tent different name) you should get it out and use it or sell it, absolute legend of a tent
I bought one of those 10 years ago, set it up once to check, failed to get it back into the bag, and never looked at it again. I don't need this either, but it's very tempting.
I mean it probably is a family ran business too but that's a good thing imo cut out the multi millionaire middle man
Lmao are they? This is a different eBay account. I literally buy everything off eBay including my bimmer (lol)
Fun fact : these are made and sold by a father and son Business (party)
Excellent. I'm not a fan of Amazon so personally would rather spend a few pence more. But that is probably the best price about as of now
Yes got a couple from Screwfix for similar, they're great though
You would be better off waiting for the similar type that come up every so often that sell for a pound including batteries
I love drunk purchases on HUKD, it's always a mystery when they turn up in packages from China a month later!
I bought a couple of these generic torches - so far, so good
Just the job for doing boot sales. If they ever get running again.
I've had one of these for about 3 years now. nice bit of kit, well worth the money.
Got the LE torch/Lamp that was on the other day . Have to say the build quality is really good .
Paid £14.99 for mine and works well.
I bought this a while ago and it is excellent.
Reminds me of Elizabethtown!
I genuinely think these look amazing, thanks for posting!
Covid 19 Trainers
Also available in black. They don't look too bad in that colour
Wow , got to hand it to the designer who got these manufactured. Not my taste but there unique.
This is definitely only £10 in Tesco, I bought one about 10 days ago and they still had stock when I was in yesterday.
For soups and stews I just use the normal version. The 1.2 litre version is £19.99 on Amazon: For soups and stews I use the normal version (1.2 litres) which can be had in various colours on Amazon for £19.99: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B075VD6HMG/ref=ox_sc_act_image_1?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&psc=1&th=1 I guess some (chunky) foods will not fit in that version. I don't really like using the cups or "bowls" that come on flasks though.
A lot of these flasks are on offer in Tesco's at the mo....picked one up the other night ....a thermos single mug type one...half price ...£9
Thanks for posting, got the copper one for the same price. Heat from me :)
No reviews so hard to judge quality but heat for the price.
Site says approx 1kg. Plenty of allowance left for a few cans.
How heavy are these, weight is vital when u need room in ur bag for 8 cans
I have one of those lake-only self inflating mattresses. A bit niche but great if you’re near a lake.
Thanks; I shouldn’t expect an air mattress then. Still not bad for the price I guess. Could be good for lounging on outside the tent.
I have this tent and like it a lot. It is really easy to put up and has a blackout lining in the sleeping area. I camp in it with 2 kids but it would be a very tight squeeze for 5. I paid £250 for it I think with the footprint (I don't have the have the awning or carpet).
Checkout decathlon too.
Fair enough guess I'm just a bit lazy and liking that it's all in one place and new so no damage or wear and tear that I would only find when out camping. Will shop around see what I can find.
I'm a newbie camper, but would suggest a 5 person, polyester, pole tent for £340 is too expensive. I decided to go second hand and got an 8 man tunnel tent for £75 and was looking at 6-8 man tents for closer to £240.
Any suggestions where I could get a better deal?
I didn't realise this ;( thank you so much, I've cancelled my order as I wanted the commercial version!
A good make and can’t see a better price just be aware this looks like a consumer model as opposed to their commercial ones. Thinner legs ...and no one pictured hanging off it like here! https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/commercial-gazebo-3410017
Ebay one, same as mine but different seller https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/camping-lantern-usb-rechargeable-1000lm-night-fishing-hunting-led-torch-lantern/312918905914hash=item48db6b943acolongcolonaruaaoswfnvegv2predirect=mobile
Product arrived and very impressed with both parts of the lighting and the build quality is really good . Cheers guys
I bought the 1000 lumen one last year for £23 (I think). Might not have been the best price but it certainly lived up to its claims. I've also got a lighting ever head torch which was only a fiver and takes a single AA (usually 3AAs which is a pain) which is really good. I trust the brand more than the usual chinese specials.
Can't really trust the lumen on amazon anyway.
can we get some pictures by any chance?