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11/5/2013 at 8:29am
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Quote: Originally posted by karen37 on 10/5/2013
There will be many weekends where it is me and the children so, ease of putting up is vital. ...Also not the flexible poles that could split in high winds
I wouldn't fancy pitching a steel-poled vis a vis tunnel tent by myself, for a weekend.
I think I'd go for the Khyam Harewood, if funds allow. Bedroom inners aren't the same size but both are tall and you can roll up the divider in the biggest one, to make a really big space.
Easy to pitch (we've had a few Khyam tents, and once you get the hang of it they do go up fast as no poles to thread).
You can fit an annex/front porch, too.
If you're looking for quick and easy, however, then I don't think you can go far wrong with a Quechua pop up, from Decathlon. They have the Seconds Family 4.2, and 4.2XL, on offer at the moment (but not the greatest head height in living area) as well as the older pagoda style vis a vis. If you like those, but want a taller tent, then take a look at their latest
Seconds Family 4.2XL. You can link a Base Seconds to it, to make a porch / extra living area, if you want.
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