I have an older variant of this model, used it for many years when going camping, days out, travelling across Europe in Ford Mondeo Estate etc, it has never let us down. AC stopped working after a few years, but mostly we use DC anyway. I have to note there is a new cool box with a compressor from Outwell available - "Deep Chill" which is cheaper and smaller but has a slightly worse energy rating https://www.outwell.com/en-gb/ecommerce/accessories/cool-boxes-and-cool-bags/cool-boxes-with-compressor
These are a proper compressor fridge/freezer not a cool box. Id be surprised if Go Outdoors deliver a s they haven't had any actual stock for over a year, just the promised delivery in X days, typical Go Outdoors. I bought one of these in 2019, the first was delivered but wouldn't cool, the replacement came and seemed OK for summer 2019. I didn't use it again until after lockdown 1 and in summer 2020 it began to vary temperature and a warning light came on. Outwell confirmed it wasn't serviceable and would have to go back. I was in South of France. Outwell were no help in sorting, the retailer (not Go Outdoors) were crap and I finally had to threaten legal action for a refund. It seems to work OK in cooler temps but on warmer days it flashes up faults and struggles..........which sort of defeats what a fridge is for......Cant recommend it.
Can I buy this and sell over priced ice creams at popular tourist sites and make a killing this summer then retire to the Bahamas for winter avoiding the ice cream Mafia and tax?
I actually use this https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08F76NKSG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 as I don't have the room for a bigger one. Keeps the dogs raw food frozen whilst away and a couple of ice blocks I then put in a normal cooler for milk and stuff.
This is a compressor cooler, not a rubbish power hungry thermoelectric cooler... That description is not a good one! It can actually cool to -18c actual - not below ambient. Perfect in a campervan as will not kill your battery in a day like the mobicool type and they actually do cool properly like a normal fridge or freezer.
Posted 11th AprPosted 11th Apr
Outwell Dream catcher single mat £49.95 delivered at Millets£49.95£6523% offMillets Deals
This is apparently one of the best sleeping mats you can buy, and it looks like a pretty good price Edit- price includes shipping as click and collect isn't available
Get an Exped mat. Well worth the money. My one is Exped mega mat Lxw- it is literally as good as my bed at home. Extremely comfy. And has one of the best insulation ratings going. Not cheap, but when you wake up after your first night using it you understand why.
That's why I've brought one!
I've got this in the double. Far superior to a blow up mattress. Got an extra couple of nights out of the wife before she started whinging about her back.
See, I thought this, having only used the weedy 3cm self inflating mats which are terrible. However, I slept on one of these last year, and it's far superior to an air bed imo
Don't rate airbeds at all, if you want a decent nights sleep get a proper bed
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This is a very good tent! Lots of room, Great ventilation, waterproof and the steel poles to with stand a storm(from experience).
Thanks everyone for the votes. Might look on eBay instead.
Outwell make great tents, very well designed and of good quality. Had plenty of there kit over the years, my only reservation is the customer service is woeful if you are unlucky enough to get a problem.
£499.99?! Families who can afford it probably don’t go camping...
The planned sleeping is quite funny:  [--][--] [--] I mean if you need a tent for six why not, I personally would prefer 3 doubles.
Posted 22nd MarPosted 22nd Mar
Outwell Cloud Pole 2 person tent £41.30 (delivered) @ Amazon£41.30 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Limited time deal on Amazon. Great price especially considering it's 3000 hydrostatic head and decent porch size. Storage area with a detachable bathtub groundsheet for protectio… Read more
Looks like the general opinion is this ain't such a great deal after all. Sorry folks, will try to do better next time...
I came across the George Foreman one for £50 and under, that was a while ago, but I did come across that price at least 3 times. Not sure about this one, but with the GF, you have the option to use it in the kitchen on the counter without the stand, which I think is a good feature. I regret not getting the GF, I think that price was OK. This price may be fine too, but knowing the GF was cheaper, stops me buying this one. I didn't vote.
I might be wrong but I think the George Foreman 22460 outdoor grill on stand retails at around £80 but has no windshield/lid like this Outwell Darby? Maybe good for camping trips if you're using electric hook-up, esp if going places where charcoal BBQs aren't allowed. I hope this helps someone.
I love the idea of these for convenience, but you can't beat the taste of cooking over charcoal, so I can't bring myself to buy one. Also, can't understand how it's healthier than the fat dripping away from the meat completely, into the coals? Good price for what it is though (y)
Posted 17th FebPosted 17th Feb
Outwell woodburg 6a air tent - £550.28 Sold by Amazon EU (UK mainland)£550.28£80532% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Was £620.46 now £550.28 13/3
Been looking for a air tent and came across this, seems a decent price, next best price is go outdoors £805 atures & details Three zones provide a large family with wet room,… Read more
I got the Outwell Reddick 5a - ground sheet sewn in (footprint adds another layer underneath) so no drafts and handy mesh vents that open and close as needed. Built in mesh in front door useful in the heat. With the double swing lockdown purchase next to it not much space in the garden left for its first outing!!!
I bought Kampa tent second hand, but still considering this one (or newer Linden), if it comes in promotion. So was hoping for some real life reviews. Kampa doesn't have mesh built in front door and I had to make custom one, but it will never be as good, as OEM in other tents.
i've not had a chance to put it up yet! I did manage to find the carpet and footprint available though in the end (BCH camping who were super helpful)
So how are your tents doing? Is the bottom sealed or wind gets through there?
Posted 11th FebPosted 11th Feb
Outwell Reddick Air 4 person tent - £238.05 @ Amazon£238.05 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Outwell Reddick 4A - Air Tent with sewn-in groundsheet and 2 sleeping compartments A practical, easy and stylish option, the Outwell Reddick 4A air tent is a great choice for tour… Read more
I was really tempted but my wife talked me out of it! :S
I do agree with you an absolute bargain well done. I love Outwell tents, they are the best in my opinion. I would of got one myself but already got a new one in new year. I got 6 man Berghaus air 6 for £400 from go outdoors sale. Also have a pretty new eurohike air 600.
Thanks for that update - I have not received anything which makes me a bit worried if something does go wrong over the next few years. It seems like their customer support is terrible, I hope I don't ever need any spares or repairs.
Same email this morning. I agree, I think I've got a bargain.
Got the all clear from Outwell 'Tents that where recalled in 2019 has long since been brought up to our quality standards and released back into the market, which was done April-May of 2019. For any tents bought later than this point, the recall was completed successfully and there is nothing to worry about in this regard." It's a beast of a tent well made and easy to erect bargain at a little over £200
Hi there, Yes I believe the Air 4 bedrooms are the same size and I like all the Berghaus Air range for the price. The only thing they lack is the darker sleeping compartments.
Are the Berghaus 4 any good? I'm looking at one, are the bedrooms equal size also?
Missed out on this, £568 now :(
Yes I would definitely be looking for a 6 person one (we have a Berghaus Air 4 for weekends but it's getting a bit tight for space now that out twins are nearly 12). I would be looking for something like this (minium) or the Berghaus Air 4XL for more living space. There are better deals on the below tent but it's just an example (I saw one on a campsite recently and was quite impressed with it). https://www.blacks.co.uk/15988227/eurohike-air-600-tent-15988227
Thanks for that info, we are quite a compact fam with 2 under 5s so should be good for a few years! Newbie campers so can decide on whether we get a Polycotton 8 man castle next time round (excited)
Posted 25th Nov 2020Posted 25th Nov 2020LocalLocal
Refurbished tents e.g. Outwell Traverston 5 - £100 instore @ Go Outdoors (North East, Tees)Go Outdoors Deals
Important. This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item. During this period o… Read more
Try BellTent. I covered at event a few years back for RT. I knew a tent would be needed, so packed a 4 person pop up Quechua one, & hocked it 5 miles plus my Cam gear, only to find they'd supplied a 6 person BellTent. They are A M A Z I N G . All canvas, inc floor. Fitted inner. Luminous tent pegs, so I didn't trip over the cords, but that's no defence against being w⚓ed (lol) , soooo much whisky! For the coin of this deal, you could get a good sized one from BellTent.co.uk If anyone wants to add a deal, they have a sale on just now ... Shhhhhhh
I have mine up in the garden at the moment. There seems be lots of options with the door being movable and having curtains and flyscreens etc. One thing that they don't tell you is that the front of the tent uses metal poles rather than an air tube. I don't know why. It's a bit misleading tbh
Thanks, have just purchased. Shame it won't get used until next year!!!
Attwools got a few deals on. zempire evos are great. Yeah its a killer time to buy as anything could be sold off in the next month or two. Mate of mine got zempire tm, roof cover, footprint and porch/awning add on £800, the TL is not much more (haggle in store).TM only 22kg too with pegs in the bag, I put it up with him omg so easy and to pack. I might get a TM myself
Yes I've heard great things about zempire. However, the equivalent zempire tent, the zempire aero tl pro was £500 more. What would really annoy me, is if that drops to this price. I would prefer the zempire all day long, but I don't believe you would get that tent anywhere near half the rrp
I survived the same storm in my Kampa Texel 4.... pole tent! An air tent won’t break poles, correct, but you can still burst an “air pole” and need to replace one - granted you can’t damage the tent in the process.
I agree airtents are really only good if you are unable to erect a normal tent (or too lazy), They are fine in nice weather but hopeless in strong winds and do burst or get punctures and then you are pretty much going home. Seen a few like that. Metal pole tents are the answer.
I would suggest getting a tent with aluminium poles and pollycotton flysheet. They tend to be expensive so secondhand is a good bet. The outwell bear lake 4 is a good example. Fiberglass poles usually snap in gales and airbeams flap around so much you cant sleep. Aluminium poles are rock solid particularly if combined with the heaver pollycotton fly. The lake series from outwell also had a PVC bombproof groundsheet not the useless thin ones now being used. A tent like this will last a lifetime with careful treatment.
Posted 2nd Aug 2020Posted 2nd Aug 2020
Outwell Cloud 3 Tent 3-berth 3000mm Hydrostatic head w/ spacious porch - £66.80 @ Amazon£66.80£89.9526% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Outwell Cloud 3 Tent 2019 The open road is waiting! Set off on your journey with the Outwell Cloud 3. Lightweight and easy to carry, the tent is made for adventure and designed for… Read more
Welcome to the site @wolfing0 Great first post (highfive)
Congratulations on your first deal! Welcome :-)
I too saw the SK Camping listing but thought the Prime option would be universally favoured. The Vango Tay isn't as generous with the porch space and in my opinion just looks a bit garish (most of the Vango tents do :-P). But excellent alternative option for those wanting to spend less than £50.
I don't think the listing has been up long. There's lots of reviews for the tent itself online though.
Posted 1st Aug 2020Posted 1st Aug 2020
Outwell Escalon 5 Person Tunnel Tent - £211.50 delivered using code / possible £161.50 with Quidco @ Go Outdoors / eBay£211.50 Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
I would recommend a secondhand outwell lake series tent so long as it is in good condition, they are great value on ebay. They have pollycotton flysheets, PVC groundsheets and aluminium poles. They will last a life time if stored dry and are far superior in so many ways to polyester tents. Eg they are warmer when its cold but breath more so cooler in the sun. They have hardly any condensation, they dont rustle in the wind. Bulletproof groundsheet and poles. Far more robust. Plastic tents last a few years only and will cost you more in the end.
Your math isn't working out. Also, which Quidco offer works on Ebay?
good deal for a quality branded tunnel tent - voted hot