Camping Beds / Mats Reviews
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Customer Camping Beds / Mats Reviews (11)
by - written on 25/10/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Many moons ago we had a spectacular fold up camping bed that had to be constructed out of a series of poles and parts when we needed to get it out and use it. The canvas top of our camping bed was almost army issue in terms of its appearance and had a green canvas topper in an olive green army surplus colour that made it look very rough and ready. When we wanted to use it we had to put it together, as we didn't have the space to keep it made up and ready to go. This was very awkward and inconvenient, as it was really time consuming to have to get all the bits of metal and fabric out of the bag they came in and fit them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
One of the most important factors for enjoying a good camping trip is how much sleep you are able to get. There is nothing worse than not getting any sleep wants so ever and then having to get up and motivate yourself for the day ahead. When I first started camping I use to take a roll mat. This I believed would be enough to give me happy. I was wrong! Any experienced camper will tell you that coldness comes from the ground you lay on. With this in mind I decided to upgrade my roll mat to a camping bed. A brilliant invention that would keep you off the floor and thus a lot warmer on those cold English nights. For a while I was very happy with this. The camping ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
My family and I go camping quite a lot, generally around 5 times and year, and have been doing so for years. Over that time, we have learnt that a decent night's sleep can make a huge difference to our camping trips and we have come a long way since we first started! Back before we had kids and I was less fussy, I could make do with just a roll mat, a long piece of foam usually about 1cm thick that gives a little bit of protection from the lumps and bumps of the tent floor. It wasn't long though until a few freezing cold nights meant that this was not enough - I used to wake up with numb limbs from lying on the hard mat and a few times the cold from the ground ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/00, updated on 13/11/00 (Very useful, 395 readings)
'Flocked' Cover Mattress From Index: Do you go camping, or perhaps have friends round to sleep-over every now and then? As they say in some surveys, - if you can answer yes to either of these, the read on, because I’ve just made a purchse which will be of interest to you. I first got the idea of buying one of these great air-beds from my daughter-in-law (sweet girl) My other half and myself spent the night in my son’s new house, just to give it the once over as it were . . . Anyway, I was wondering what we would sleep on when Caroline brings out this folded up air-bed and a foot pump! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/11 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I have been camping all my life. When I was young, each summer we would head off down to Devon for a two week holiday in a tent. I used to love those summers. Now I'm almost 30 and I still enjoy camping. In my experience there are two kinds of camping you can do, wild camping or luxury camping. I have done both in recent years. Wild camping is using the minimal amount of equipment, pitching your tent somewhere in the wilds of Scotland and basically roughing it. The luxury version is where you are on a site next to your car, there is plenty of room to take luxuries and things that will make your camping experience more comfortable. One of these such luxuries is ... Read the complete review
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