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Coleman shine a light on their new camping collection

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Coleman’s 2019 range features a selection of both inflatable and traditional pole tents – as well as some exciting new accessories.

As always, their new products combine high-quality materials with innovative features.

Coleman has been producing outdoor equipment for 118 years and generations of

campers have put their trust in the brand. All Coleman products share the same quality and attention to detail and each is backed by an extensive testing programme.

Among the new models launched this year is the Mackenzie 4, a steel-poled tent with BlackOut Bedrooms which block out 99.9% of natural light. It’s ideal for family camping, highly relevant for changeable weather conditions and longer camping trips and with extra head height, it’s great for taller campers too.

Other features include the three layer window system (mesh/PVC/curtain) and a zippable rear vent, accessible from inside the bedroom for plenty of ventilation

The new Pinto Mountain 5 Plus XL boasts a large 1.7m enclosed porch with windows that is perfect for al fresco cooking or as an additional seating area. It also features BlackOut Bedrooms, UV Guard, reflective ropes, taped flysheet a sewn in groundsheet and an impressive 4500mm hydrostatic head.

Based on the award-winning Rocky Mountain 5 Plus, the new Rocky Mountain 5 Plus XL has an integrated front porch which creates three distinct living areas.

For festival-goers the new BlackOut 3 and 4 dome tents (£159.99/179.99 ) come in a striking red and black colour-scheme and feature the BlackOut Bedrooms. At the other end of the scale, the Festival Octagon (£224.99) is a glamping tent that sleeps up to eight people.

A clever solution to an age-old camping problem is among Coleman’s new accessory innovations for 2019.

There's not much more frustrating than flicking the switch on your lantern when darkness falls and discovering the batteries are flat.

Now, with the new BatteryGuard technology, as soon as you switch off your torch or lantern the battery disconnects, ensuring there's no power drainage. Flick it back on when you're ready to use again and the batteries will reconnect. Battery Guard is included on a variety of lanterns and torches.

The brand new BatteryGuard Head Torch 300L (£27) offers reasonably priced comfort and performance. The sleek modern design is lightweight with an elastic headband for comfort close to the skin. With a long run time of up to 200 hours and two light levels from lifetime LEDs, this head torch can reach up to 150m on full beam.

The lightweight and compact BatteryGuard Lantern 200L (£20) has a 360⁰ unobstructed shatterproof polycarbonate lens that is home to lifetime LEDs which offer a bright 200 lumens output. It has a runtime of seven hours and its handy steel handle makes it easily transportable.

The innovative 360 Light and Sound lantern (£70) combines the benefits of light with the power of music. It provides 360⁰ of unobstructed light with a powerful 400 lumen output and three light modes, so you can control the ambience. Bluetooth activates an integrated speaker with a play/pause button and volume controls, with no app required.

Other new Coleman camping gear for 2019 includes the Festival Kickback Folding Chair (£59.99), the Festival Single/ Double sleeping bag (£59.99/£99.99) featuring anti-odour technology and the cosy Insulated Topper Airbed, which comes as a single or double (£89.99/£109.99).

• For more information visit coleman.eu/UK

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