Friday, 02 May 2014 20:10

Vango Chinook 200 Reviewed

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Vango's new Chinook is a bit of a mixed bag. Solid and stable in the wind and having the distinct advantage of twin entry doors but at a cost both in terms of weight and money. Ideal for site based camping where space is more important than weight. Real World…
Friday, 02 May 2014 20:03

Vango EOS 350 Reviewed

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Overall View 3 man camping on a budget with Vango's respected build quality and ease of pitching. Very large porch with enough room to accommodate a bike and plenty of room so sit inside in bad weather with enough height to sit properly in camping chairs. Exclusive to GoOutdoors Real…
Friday, 02 May 2014 19:53

Vango Flux 200 Reviewed

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There's no getting away from the fact that the Flux 200 uses airbeam technology instead of poles, it jumps out at you instantly, but a true review shouldn't make any concessions to the choice of pole system beyond whether it works or not - so this review will be based…
Friday, 02 May 2014 19:46

Vango Tempest 200 Reviewed

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Overall View A classic tunnel tent just big enough for two adults on the move and while it's not the lightest 2 man tent around and a bit restricted on space you'll find it hard to match the build quality, stability and number of advanced features at anywhere near this…
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