Fast becoming a camping staple have 240 power in your tent with this Mobile mains power unit from Crusader, Designed to be used with campsite electric points - IP44 and RCD Protected ... don't forget to book your electric pitch!
Allows your Thermoelectric Cooler to be powered by a 230v power supply , The Campingaz Euro Transformer 230v / 12v is great for pre-cooling your cooler too!
Neat and Compact, featuring RCD Protected 3 x UK Plug Sockets s 3 x USB Sockets 15m Retractable Cable and even an integrated Detachable LED Torch!
Make Light work of your inflatables , this Sevylor 12v Electric Pump only inflates to the pre-set Pressure , once reached the pump stops reducing the risk of over inflation.
Great for travel , camping , backpacking and festivals this Zebra Solar Powerbank is both compact and Lightweight weighing just 75g , supplied with a USB cable or use your own device cables. It even features a built in single LED Light!
Crocodile Clip to Cigar Lighter adaptor , this W4 Adapt it 4 is a handy addition to your camping or caravanning kit!
Extend your 12v power supply with this W4 Cigar plug / Socket extension lead measuring 5m a handy addition to your camping or caravanning kit!
Keep everything going while your away , once you've chosen the tent and decided on your beds , the next choice may be your powered camping gear such as lights , cool boxes perhaps a radio too! , charging to keep everything going while your camping, there are lots of choices for camping power - 12v , solar or why not invest in mains Hook up and enjoy 230v power while camping too ... take some of your home comforts camping with you too .. or you may decide to create a little more traditional camping or glamping experience with a gas lantern! Keep things green with our choice of ECO Friendly lights , radios and chargers , perfect for camping on more unique camp site when you want to leave the tech behind!
Tip from the IBEX Camping Team ....if you decide to purchase a Mains Hook Up check for extra charges at your campsite & the size of the pitch too ... remember low watt gear if possible so as not to trip the electrics!