360 Degrees Furno Stove
A good first stove.
A good first stove.
A nice compact set all stowed in the pot, with a mesh carry bag.
Bomb proof compared to plastic and not much heavier.
Good size, solid, nice grip, light weight for its size.
Robust, handy sized pot.
A nice unit, better than most other billy grippers.
I love my Superfly, easy to use and I've had one for years with no problems.
Robust bottle, wide mouth for quick drinks.
Does not come with a rechargeable battery, which some people may not want.
Comes with a rechargeable battery, also uses AAA batteries.
Recommended for heavy users or those on the road.
Great back up light - less weight than some spare batteries.
The best way to carry spare batteries is in another headlamp, carry it in a Noctilight! The Noctlilight doubles as a carry case that converts to a lantern.
A great idea.
I think Petzl leads the field in regards to lighting, I love my Tikka around camp.
A great second light for when you can't find or drop the other one.
Wear it on your head or wrist, attach to a pole etc as a lamp.
Lightweight and good quality.
Lightweight and robust, comes with tough storage bag.
Great quality stove for the price.
Comes with a handy carabiner to clip them together.
Nice sized bowl, the lid is very useful.
An excellent set, comes in a mesh storage bag, so no more searching for a lost spoon.
Simple and hard wearing, decent big size.
The plate's steep sides are good at preventing spills.
Robust and useful set for one or two people.
I've not had a better flask and it packs easily with no handle to get caught up.
For the weight conscious, no handle for easy packing.
Ideal for groups and/or car camping. Enough hot water for drinks, dinner and the dishes.
Icy cold water all day.
Probably a bit heavy to carry into the hills, but ideal for cragging, work, farm etc. You cannot buy a tougher flask than this one.
Very handy multi use set.
Commuter mug and crag mug, keeps hot for morning coffee at the crag.
Great for those cold nights in the hills.