THE GREAT OUTDOORS MADE EASY WITH THE LAZY CAMPER
Preparing for camping excursions has been made a whole lot easier with the launch of The Lazy Camper, a complete camping kit in one bag.
The Lazy Camper provides a quality, affordable and convenient camping solution that does what it says on the tin; it takes the hard work out of buying all your camping essentials and sells them in one neat bag, saving you time, effort and money.
Prices start at £39.99 for ‘The Lazy Buddy’ kit which includes all camping essentials apart from the tent.
The most popular package is the standard Lazy Camper kit priced at £69.99 which includes a tent big enough for two plus luggage, a mummy-shaped sleeping bag, a self-inflating sleeping mat, a blow-up pillow, a camping chair, a waterproof poncho an LED headlamp and a First Aid Kit.
All sleeping bags are 2 season and tents are double-skinned with a 1800 hydrostatic head rating as standard.
The Lazy Camper has been launched by 20 year old Jacob Hill who had a frustrating (and rather wet) experience at Leeds Fest 2011 due to some cheap supermarket camping equipment he had bought that just didn’t deliver. Following this he made a promise to stand against extortionate prices and poor quality equipment in the camping industry and provide people with a quality, convenient and affordable solution.
The company is partnering with several festivals this year, including V Festival, Wakestock, Cockrock, Lounge on the Farm and Beacons, which means that those who are feeling extra lazy can pre-pay for their kits and collect on arrival or even choose to have their tents pre-pitched for them.
The business also does its bit for the environment by recycling all tents and kits that are taken down and returned to them at the end of a festival; customers that do so are reimbursed £10 against their next purchase.
Jacob said: “The Lazy Camper removes the whole knowledge gap, the cost problem and the inconvenience of shopping around for camping equipment. It’s the perfect purchase if you know you will be going camping this summer but don’t really know what to get and don’t want to spend a lot of money.”