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Tatonka Hot and Cold


This flask offers superb performance, relatively light weight and a great price for what you get. The screw top has a slot down the side to allow easy pouring, while the lid can be used as a cup and has a plastic lining to prevent sore lips. You get instructions on the box too. This is a great flask that ...

  • rating rating is 5
  • Owners' rating rating is 1
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Eurohike Widemouth hydration system


The Eurohike Widemouth hydration system is easily filled via a small circular screw cap and easy to clean by opening the fold-up top. Although durable, the Eurohike Widemouth has a flimsy feel that makes it awkward to handle and the flow rate of the bite valve is slow.Contact: 0800 389 5861,

  • rating rating is 2
  • Owners' rating rating is 1
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Review: Even the most basic design of pole will take its share of the load and improve walking performance. If it’s well-made, strong, reasonably light, ultra-reliable and available for a very reasonable £40 per pair like the Leki Trail, then it’s going to take some beating. The grip is slim, soft and comfy in the hand, and the straps, whilst ...

  • rating rating is 5
  • Owners' rating rating is 1
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Kohla Evo X Light


These trekking poles have nicely shaped EVA handles and the straps are very easy to adjust. They have a good range of adjustment, so they should suit most walkers. Some of the lightest poles on the market, this is a plus in use and when carrying them. They’re durable, too, and still look good after a few tough outings.    ...

  • rating rating is 0
  • Owners' rating rating is 1.5


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