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Tent Reviews: Gelert Mongoose 2

Tent and Awning Reviews Index  >  Gelert  >  Mongoose 2 Reviews

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2  (more 2 berth tents)
3.15 KG
£49.99
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Average User Rating:
7.43/10 from 7 reviews

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7 Reviews of the Mongoose 2

By: Redavenger  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2009   Rating: 

I find this tent really easy to pitch, it's also easy to get back in the bag afterwards! I bought it as an easy tent to take to car shows but have lately been backpacking with it. So far it has been waterproof and stood up to a serious gale, my only wish is that the porch was suitable for cooking in when it's pouring with rain, otherwise a great tent.
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By: Ghwerig  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2009   Rating: 

Only a two man tent for small people. As mentioned, not much foot room. Inner made of mesh so not warm, although definitely warm enough for UK summers. Does use a lot of pegs but, once set up, very stable. Not really any storage space unless you use it as a one man tent then plenty of room inside the inner. Not the best backpacking tent, but possibly the best for the price (half that of any equivalent - less than £40). I use it when by myself for the odd single night stay when I know the weather is not too cold. If you want a tent with storage space, room to sit up and is good half way up a mountain in the middle of winter then buy a different tent. If you want something cheap thats waterproof, good for one person, isn't a silly single sheet pop-up and is only going to be used in decent weather then buy this.
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By: Christianf  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2009   Rating: 

Really easy to pitch (10 mins). Very light and compact bag. My son slept in it for a week during which there were a few heavy storms in Cornwall, it stood up to the wind with ease, a little damp inside though. I would mostly use this for short walking breaks in the summer. More H/Head would make this tent a real winner!
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By: Matty1990  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2008   Rating: 

Excellent easy pitch more then enough room for me and my mate. Seemed ok when I camped at high rigg farm stood up to the wind rain and was was warm enough with 2 of us in it. There is only a couple of faults I wish the porches was larger to accommodate boots rucksack and to cook but for £30 you cant go wrong
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By: Merry  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2003   Rating: 

Bought to be used as a backpacking tent but for a tiny tent it was rather fiddly to put up - inner first then the fly had to be thrown over and attached - so we didn't keep it long.

Seemed decent enough quality.
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By: Jamforbrains  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2008   Rating: 

It's small and light - but light because the inner tent is made of mesh and that makes it a very COLD tent. It's too cold for UK summer camping. It takes a while to put up because there are so many peg points Ė we didnít peg the flysheet but the guys needed pegging to keep the tentís shape. There is enough room for 2 people and to store bags at the top and bottom of the tent Ė the 2 doors make it easier for 2 people to get in and out so doesnít feel that crowded. Itís not a very tall tent, my 5í10Ē partner couldnít sit up in it. There is a good number of inside pockets. The zips are a bit dodgy and I wonít be surprised if they break soon. Itís ok for the price but not great, fine if you need a lightweight tent for occasional backpacking/cycling but just go somewhere hot!
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By: Vikysearcey  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2006   Rating: 

I can't really grumble about this tent, plenty of room for what we needed it for. We stayed 2 nights in it. Not much foot room but as long as it doesn't rain its ok!

Easy assembly, 5 minutes. Small and compact, easy to carry.
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Manufacturer's Description

A superb backpacking tent offering lightweight, compact and versatile features (it's very good at gurning). Ideal for the more adventurous camper or hiker. Simple to pitch tent with separate inner (which can used on its own in a hot climate) and flysheet and space for two people. The flysheet is 190T PU coated polyester with taped seams giving a hydrostatic head of 1500mm. The inner tent is breathable polyester and the inner groundsheet polyethylene. 2 x 7.9mm fibreglass poles.

Weight: 2.9kg
Pack Size: 17x50cm
Dimensions: 270x230cm (outer); 250x140cm (inner)
Height: (Inner) 105cm
Colour: Forest Green/Beige Trim

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