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Message posted by nogaff08/4/2019 at 9:41pm
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Quote: Originally posted by Soligavant on 07/4/2019
As per my profile blurb, I have a Kampa Mersea 3 and it's done me proud.
Thanks for the suggestion! That looks like it could fit the bill and it even has a higher hydrostatic head than the others. I can't find any bad reviews for it either.
In fact, I had seen Kampa mentioned as a good brand, but when I looked at their website I couldn't find anything similar to the others tents I mentioned. Having checked again though, it seems that to find the Mersea 3 you actually have to click the tiny "See all tents" link right at the bottom of their tents menu, which I hadn't even noticed before.
Quote: Originally posted by DeborahTurner on 07/4/2019
Have a look at the Vango Ark 300 currently £115 in the Millets tent sale.
(It is 135cm high, I am assuming that you arenít looking for a tent you can stand upright in, because your other suggestions havenít been that tall£
Indeed, I don't really need to be able to stand up in it. Unfortunately, that Vango seems to have more than one review stating that its difficult to erect and I've also seen someone comment that the groundsheet is a pain because it doesn't clip in, which concerns me a little. I think I might give that one a miss, sorry!
Any further advice and suggestions are welcome though!