By: Benonabike Reason: I own(ed) one Made in: 2012 Rating:
I use this tent for solo backpacking and cycle touring. Excellent in all conditions. Pack size and weight is good. Inner and outer tent are linked together so tent pitches easily.Not as expensive as the best top end solo tents but not cheap either. Usual Force 10 quality. Essentially a slightly smaller version of Helium 200.
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The Force Ten Helium 100 has become a favourite for hill and mountain expeditioners who want a reliable shelter at the end of a long day. The Helium 100 features a hybrid tunnel design with pre-bent poles for great rigidity and internal volume. The vents at each end ensure air flow through the tent reducing the risk of condensation and the small pack size and low weight will ensure it is not a burden to carry. Apart from the 1-person breathable inner, the tent also features a single side door with a porch area large enough for your rucksack, boots and any wet gear. The full specifications of the of the F10 Helium 100 include: Protex 20D SPU Ripstop Nylon 5000 5000mm Hydrostatic Head flysheet 40D breathable ripstop inner tent HD Nylon 6000mm HH Groundsheet Seam sealed groundsheet & flysheet Flexlite AL 7001-T6 hard anodised alloy poles Flat external pole sleeves TBS Pro - Tension Band System Flysheet first or as-one pitching Pole sleeve tension adjustment Pre-angled poles Rain stop flysheet doors Flysheet anchor straps Attachment clips to suspend inner tent O shaped part mesh inner door Multiple reflective points Flysheet vents with mesh covers Dyneema guylines Lightweight stuffsac Repair kit included