Selecting the right items to take away with you will always play a big part in the overall enjoyment of your getaway. Choose wisely and you’re sure to elevate your touring experience. To set you on your way, we’re sharing some useful touring accessories that could help to elevate your trips…
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Outwell Collaps Pot with lid
With space likely to be at a premium, Outwell products are very handy for taking on tour. We actually awarded the best caravan gadget to Outwell at the Practical Caravan Awards, where the brand’s collapsible kettle really impressed us, and this pot with lid is no different. When it’s not in use, you can make it go completely flat until you need it again.
Eurohike 8 x 25 Binoculars
If you love getting out and exploring the location you’ve arrived at, a set of binoculars could be a great way to enhance this. Who knows what you may see? This pair from Eurohike has an 8 x magnification, and comes with a useful carry pouch so you’ll be able to keep them to hand.
Bose SoundLink Revolve+
Good sound, a battery that can last for up to 16 hours and water-resistant too – what more could you want from a speaker? Bluetooth pairing is also very easy with this Bose product, so you can make sure you can enjoy your favourite music while you’re on tour.
Peter Storm Waterproof Beanie
This time of year presents many beautiful sights but one thing that can curtail an enjoyable ramble will be cold ears. Make sure this doesn’t happen to you by opting for a warm hat. This option from Peter Storm provides some practical style and is also waterproof.
Nebo Torchy 2K Pocket Torch
It’s always worth keeping a torch to hand in your caravan. After all, it will hardly take up much space and you may be surprised by just how dark it can get at night when you’re on the road. This rechargeable, water-resistant model from Nebo has five different light modes and can reach up to 2,000 lumens.
Barbour waxed dog coat
Image: John Lewis
Are you touring with a dog? Then make sure they’re kitted out for any wet weather you may face. This robust coat offers warmth and is also water-resistant, which should help to protect your canine companion from the elements.
Thermos King Stainless Steel Insulating Flask
It’s always important to make sure you stay hydrated, and this Thermos flask is sure to provide a stylish way of doing so. It’s ideal for keeping your drinks hot or cold, so you can enjoy your beverage of choice at any time.
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