By: Poppy9560 Reason: I own(ed) one Made in: 2012 Rating:
I used this for the first time at the Green Man Festival last weekend when it rained most of the time - heavily at times. The tent stayed warm and dry and I was impressed with the darkness feature which helped me sleep to a reasonable time in the morning. It was easy to put up and take down, and fitted easily back into it's carrying bag.
Minus points:The pegs were not very strong - two of them bent despite very soft ground. The door is quite steep so you get a wet head when you open it from the inside saying which the porch is a reasonable size - would fit a couple of pairs of shoes.
I would say this is comfortable for two plus baggage but if you had 4 in it you would need to leave bags in a car - it would be very cosy. The bag fitted the straps of the bottom of my rucksack so I could carry it although at 4 1/5 kilos it's not light on top of my clothes etc
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Curved zip door Quick pitching Small pack size Inner & outer ventilation Front storage area Darker bedroom for a better nights sleep
Fabric: Outer: 190T Polyester with waterproof PU coating Inner: 190T breathable Polyester Groundsheet: Polyethylene Pack Size: 58 x 16 x 16cm Weight: 4.15Kg Dimensions: Outer: L295 x W245 x H135cm Inner: L210 x W240 x H130cm Poles: 2 x 9.5mm Fibreglass Colour: Bayou/Charcoal Pitch: Inner first Taped seams: Yes