With camping season rapidly approaching its an exciting time of year with manufacturers like Outwell revealing camping products for the new season. Weve rounded up a few of the best new releases from Outwell read on to find out more. Outwell ECOlux Energy Efficient Coolboxes A decent coolbox is a must for summer camping trips and the new Outwell ECOlux is powered either by 12V or 230V supplies with controls that feature a USB port neatly hidden behind a protective cover. The ECOlux coolbox is avaialable in 24L and 35L sizes. The larger 35L model features a split lid that allows quick access which helps to minimise temperature disruption. It also has features a handy battery alarm to help prevent running your car battery flat when in use. Its also worth noting that many solar power hubs like the HUBi 10k feature a 12v socket and will effectively run a Coolbox like this. The ECOlux 35L has an RRP of 164.99 whilst the ECOlux 24L has an RRP of 119.99.Pre-order the ECOlux 35L 159.99 Outwell Shearwater Coolbags The latest Shearwater coolbag from Outwell offers three different sizes with 8mm foam insulation that provides cooling for 9 hours. The top lids of the coolbags open fully to allow for easy packing and theres also a smaller access panel that means items like drinks can easily be removed without losing the cold. The bags feature an adjustable shoulder strap and inside there are attachment points for mesh dividers to hold Outwell Ice Blocks. The Outwell Shearwater coolbag comes in a choice of 3 different sizes with an RRP of 32.99 26.99 and 21.99 respectively. Outwell Cardinal Sleeping Bag Cardinal double sleeping bag Were intruiged by the looks of the new Outwell Cardinal sleeping bag which well be reveiwing very soon. its available as a single or double and it features an innovative sleeping bag/duvet design which provides practical comfort. These sleeping bags are actually completely zipperless (apart from a foot vent zip) and provide easy access thanks to their specially shaped opening. Cardinal single sleeping bag The Cardinal sleeping bags have an integrated pillow and have a comfortable polycotton inner. The duvet component provides flexibility in use and it can be folded back if you get too warm.The bags are slightly tapered at the foot so arent as restrictive as a transitional mummy bag but still provide that extra warmth. The Cardinal single sleeping bag is 784.99 and the Cardinal double sleeping bag is 114.99 from Go Outdoors. Outwell Colosseum Sleeping Bag Colosseum XL sleeping bag Choose from the single XL (above) or single and double options (shown below) which all feature twin zips for flexible use in varying temperature conditions. With a full-length zip on one side plus a halfway opening zip on the other cosy insulation can be flipped up in cold weather or folded back for comfort on warmer nights. Colossum Double Sleeping bag Zip baffles with anti-snag running avoid cold spots. Colosseum sleeping bags use two-layer offset Isofill insulation between the polycotton inner and outer. Colosseum single sleeping bag The Colosseum single sleeping bag is 64.96 the Colosseum XL is 74.99 and the Colosseum double is 101.21. For more information or to find your nearest dealer visit outwell.com Save Save Save Save Save Save The post Whats New From Outwell? 4 New Camping Products For Summer 2017 appeared first on Camping with Style Camping Blog | Activities Glamping Travel Adventure.
Source by : campingwithstyle.co.ukFashion Mom' s Style Style How to Buy a Woman a Handbag A shopping guide for the clueless.I've been told I'm hard to shop for. I get it, who wants to shop for a professional shopper? That would be like me offering professional tax accounting services to my mom, the CPA. (That sounds totally illegal, by the way, but you get my point.)But then I realized by way of interaction with essentially every man I've ever encountered (bosses, hairdressers, fathers of friends, dudes at dinner parties) that this isn't a consequence of my choice of occupation; this is about the intimidation factor that comes along with being a lady. Most men are just straight-up clueless or terrified about making purchases that will please the females in their life—be it their wife, sister, or "no label" companion. It seems they're happy to spend, but they want to do so smartly and successfully.The item I am asked most often from men for shopping advice on also happens to be the most beloved of all in a lady's wardrobe: the handbag. To which my first response is, "Well, is this purchase for purpose or pleasure—does she need it or just want it?"You see, the first thing you should know, sirs, is that there is a difference between the versatile monstrosities we sling across our shoulders to help us schlep around our day-to-day necessities and the pretty little things we can fit in the palm of our hand when we change into a Cushnie et Ochs bodycon dress after dark. There's practical and there's impractical, and both make great gifts.So, I've devised a shopping road map/cheat sheet to help get you in and out of the store with the right bag that perfectly suits her taste and lifestyle. You'll see it's really not that hard after all. (Says the professional shopper.)Source: Bloomberg.com