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Gear review: OzTrail Forbes Camp Chair

A comfortable chair is one of the most important pieces of kit you can pack for any trip — how does the Forbes from OzTrail stack up?

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ArkPak 730 Review

Camper tests out an ArkPak 730 portable battery box running a 120Ah AGM battery.

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Bushranger Max Air III Compressor Review

With a five year warranty and a bunch of unique selling points, there’s a lot of reasons to opt for the Bushranger Max Air III Compressor when refilling your tyres after a fun day out.

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REDARC BCDC1225D Battery Charger Review

Discover Camper’s take on the popular REDARC BCDC1225D battery charger, following our journey along the Great Australian Bight.

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Titan Tray Review

Rola’s Titan Tray proves itself to be a sturdy, adjustable option for transporting your gear and extending capacity.

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North-west Know How

100 of the best things to do in the Kimberley, as told by an experienced guide — strueth!

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OzCharge Rescue Mate RM1000 Review

A jump-starter that can be charged in 90 seconds off a flat battery? You bet.

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Tyredog Monitoring System Review

Sometimes it feels like your tyres are conspiring against you. Keep a close eye on them with this monitoring system, which is bound to pay itself off over time.

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Clearviews are the best permanently mounted replacement towing mirror we've ever used, both on and o

Clearview Towing Mirror

Clearviews are the best permanently mounted replacement towing mirror we've ever used, both on and offroad. Why?

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Review: SWAG SCT13 MAX Off-Road Hybrid Camper

A 13ft hybrid shouldn’t have all the features that the SCT13 MAX does. For a quick roadside overnight you don’t even have to put the roof up as you can sit on the bed with the roof down.

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Gear review: OzTrail Forbes Camp Chair

A comfortable chair is one of the most important pieces of kit you can pack for any trip — how does the Forbes from OzTrail stack up?

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