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Wilko Camping Sport Outdoor Activity Dry Sacks 3 Pack. £6.00
Keep all those important things dry with these roll top dry sacks, ideal for camping, festivals and other outdoor activities. Pack of three in different sizes, contains 1x2L, 1x4L and 1x8L dry sacks. Ideal for keeping possessions dry, simple watertight roll top enclosure system. 2000 HH.
My dad & I use these for separating kit in our backpacks, or for part filling with clothes to make a good pillow, then blowing air inside to make it super comfy.
Good for separating muddy clothes or shoes, easy to clean when you get home.
Or if you are in a cramped tent, keep your sleeping bag dry & away from the tent walls by popping the end of your sleeping bag in a large one of these for a protective layer.
Wilko Waterproof Pouch Set 3 Piece Orange / Clear £3.00
Wilko Orienteering Compass Map £2.50£2.50
Luminous stripe on needle and key directions for use in poor light conditions. Magnifying lens viewer, lanyard and durable plastic construction.
"As a teaching aid used BEFORE attempting to go out into the wilds or for a back-up compass to something a little more expensive it does the job it's designed for but I probably would not want to rely on it as my only means of navigation......it is at least as good as many others being sold for several times the price, so yes I would definitely recommend it as a second compass or something to let the kids practice with within sight of the home".
Wilko Sleeping Bag Mummy Adult (150gsm : SUMMER USE ONLY) £8.00
Measures, flat 228cmx75cmx30cm, packed 35cmx22cmx22cm. Material outer 100% 190T polyester, filling 100% 150gsm polyester mono hollowfibre. Lining 100% polyester pongee "cotton feel".
Keep away from fire. Weight 1.1kg.
Warning: this is cheap but not very good, ..useful but be careful, have another layer to add more warmth & use over a longer period, it is definitely better than turning up to camp with a duvet though!
Too big for your kids? ..fill the spare bit towards the foot with clothes for added insulation, because sleeping bags rely on being snug & close fitting to warm you up, so this is a simple way to get warmer for little people!