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Message posted by jandjstott23/9/2012 at 11:22am
Outfit: Cabanon Biscaya 320 Location: Ross on Wye
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Have Outwell released any information on prices yet? I understand from another thread that the Kampa airbeam is looking like £1500 or so. If thats the sort of figure Outwell are looking at its obviously going to be a niche market.
I like the concept but am unlikely to ever buy one as our present tent, a Cabanon Biscaya 320 is still in superb condition after 3 years and 18 to 20 weeks of use in all weathers and should last us for several more years until we are too old for tenting (can you ever be too old?). Points taken from the above posts regarding deliberate damage and if you only have 3 poles (as we do, not counting the canopy pole), it probably is just as quick to pitch. Also accept that it would be much easier for one to pitch on their own.
Karsten were obviously way ahead of their time then (and way ahead on price!).