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Tent Reviews: Eurohike Calder

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3  (more 3 berth tents)
7.60 KG
Fly first
Average User Rating:
6.2/10 from 5 reviews

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5 Reviews of the Calder

By: Mmmmcupcake  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2010   Rating: 

The tent is now discontinued but we have used ours a lot. Easy to put up and enough room for two to be very comfortable. The last time I used it there was a torrential thunderstorm and it rained all night, the only leak was by the front door. It withstood the storm and I was very dry. Its a versatile tent, if you can pick one up cheaply they are worth it, light and easy to pack and transport.
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By: Leon perry  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2007   Rating: 

This is my second comment on this tent. Ive stitched/sealed up the side 2ft split and tested it again. The stitch held, for now.

A part from the split. This tent is quick and easy to pitch. Not to many pegging out. You can stand up inside with you head lowered. Good front opening and one side door. Good space in the porch area. I would say you could sleep four in the sleeping area. My wife and son sleep on a double air bed and I lay next to them on my inflatable mat. If its warm I sleep in porch. Not been tested in the rain. I think mine is a 2000mm but I always like to add NIKWAX to almy tents for peace of mind.
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By: Leon perry  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2007   Rating: 

I ahave a little 2man ten made by eurohike and I love it. No problems, even with a 5yr old playing in it.

I bought this bigger tent for when I bring the wife.

Me and my son used this tent for the first time just to test it out. It was a little windy up in Swaledale, not much. The wind made a split in the side of the tent!

But will say, it did say don't pitch with sides facing the wind.

Apart from that, I was starting to like the tent. 40 to get it fixed - but will get the Coleman 3plus tunnel next year.
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By: Pat T44  Reason: I've used one  Made in: 2011   Rating: 

Got this in a sale from Millets at 54.99, as my husband and I wanted a tiny bit more space than the 2 man we had been using. Great tent for the price, easy to put up - only took us 20 minutes or so. Snug and cosy, though luckily we didn't have anything more than a light shower. Enough space inside to store clothes and for both us and a small table when we did have a shower of rain. Really easy to take down and pack away, went back into the bag with ease, no squashing and stamping to do up the zip! I know its discontinued now but I would still recommend if you see it in a sale or as used.
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By: Canoecamper  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2008   Rating: 

I found this tent in Millets at the end of August, on sale at 44.99. According to specs of older models this tent has a HH of 1500 MM, but this particular one says that it is 2000. It pitches fly first, but the bedroom can easily be left clipped in when you take it down, and it all fits comfortably back in the bag. This is the first 'bigger' tent that I have had, having previously always had light weight backpacking style tents. As I approach forty however, I wanted something a bit more comfortable for me and the other half! This does not disappoint, bags of space, and while not full standing headroom, it was a revelation to not have to crawl hands and knees into it. Could sit comfortably on deck chairs, with the option of using the groundsheet or not in the living space.I personally prefer to feel the grass under my feet, and also when the kids come with us I won't have the stress of constantly reminding them to take their shoes off every time they come in! If you can still find one at the sale price I wouldn't hesitate to recommend one, but would think twice at full price when looking at the options available for that money.
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Manufacturer's Description

When the working week's done, slip out of your suit, pull on your cargo pants and reliable shell and take shelter in this easy-to-erect, spacious Calder 3 Tent from Outwell. Sleeping up to 3 men, its ergonomic design and tunnel structure ensures campers their personal space whilst a breathable polyester inner tent keeps you cool even in sticky climes. Sturdy, element-shielding protection is covered thanks to the ultra-tough polyester PU flysheet giving you ultimate confidence in battering storms. Sleep well under an impressively strong 1500mm Hydrostatic Head and make light work of setting up thanks to feather light fibreglass poles.

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