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Gear Review: Outwell Katla Camping Heater

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The Katla actually blows hot and cold, making it a handy piece of kit all year round.

Although you can’t rule out running a heater, even in summer, to take the morning chill off or dry out wet clothes, it’s useful that you can switch it to cold fan mode when you do feel the heat.

The temperature and speed are adjustable, and it’s got safety features like overheat protection and a tip-over safety switch. But what we most like about the Katla is its size and weight – at just 1.5kg and measuring 11cm by 18cm by 13cm.

Expect to pay £43.99
outwell.com

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