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Tent Reviews: Quechua 2 Seconds + IIII

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5.60 KG
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8.5/10 from 2 reviews

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2 Reviews of the 2 Seconds + IIII

By: Luva bacon butty  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2012   Rating: 

I score this as 7 out of ten.It is a very good quick tent to put up.It is a bit of struggle to put down you need to practice about dozen times to get the hang of it.The storage area is very small.The tent is described as 4man tent .It makes a good 2 man weekend tent x 2 6' medium build adults with an airbed. When packed down it takes up very little space.And with the carbon hoop poles very light to carry.

This tent is not as robust as the small hiking tents where you push through carbon poles you know the type.But it much easier to take down than those style of tents.

The general quality of build.Check in store the one you purchase as guy rope tie points were missing on ours in two separate places. The stitching and seams good quality comparable to Lichfield and Outwell. Design well thought out definitely better made than a Vango made tent.

For a small pod tent for short weekend camping and where winds less then 30mph and rain is light for less then an hour. It makes a good tent.
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By: Dopey_Doo  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2011   Rating: 

We brought this tent as a free-standing pop up garden tent for the kids and us to sleep in and it is fantastic, (perfect for if your whole garden is slabbed like ours is) so easy to put up and once you have the knack easy to take down too although my arms are only just long enough to hold it all but I am a shorty.

WE have only used it free-standing with just one peg (between slabs) to hold down the front entrance as expectedly it doesn't sit flush to the ground or like yesterday in the rain we didn't peg down at all and my kids just lifted the front to get in and out to save opening the zips - our dogs were using this way to get in too. The rain was kept out brilliantly just bounced off.

Front storage area is a great addition to the tent, the groundsheet of it only comes half way though but a least you can keep wet shoes clothes out of the bedroom/chill out zone.

Fabulous tent nice and cozy and snug, the dark inner is good for early mornings but by no means makes it a dark tent. Ventilation seems good we had no probs with condensation.

For us we would only use this in the garden as we have a SoulPad for our camping trips which suits our needs perfectly especially with two dogs - the dogs come in this Quechua with us and they completely hog the beds and as they look so comfy we don't disturb them!

We would definitely recommend this tent, our kids love it - in fact they are in it now with the dogs.
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Manufacturer's Description

Space for 4, ideal for 3 + large sheltered storage space.

Easy pitching/taking down = Pop-up. Folds away in 15 seconds once you get the hang of it.

Inner tent: 2.15 m long and 2.40 m wide. Storage bell end: 75cm deep and 2.70m wide. 5.6kg.

Storage space : Spacious bell end storage space with groundsheet that can be folded underneath the room.

Entrance/exit : In addition to the same practical features of the other models, the inner tent is perfectly sheltered when the doors are opened while it is raining because of the roof of the bell end storage area.

Pitching/folding away : Pop-up. Free-standing tent (once pitched, you can place it wherever you want and, if there is no wind, you won''t need any pegs = it''s ready to use!). 11 pegs and 5 guy ropes supplied if required. Folds away in 15 seconds (once you''ve got the hang of it as described in the instructions and shown on the www.quechua.com website).

Waterproofing : As with all Quechua tents, a lot of work is put in to ensuring they are watertight, through laboratory testing (an ENTIRE TENT is put through 200 litres/hr/sq m!) and field testing. (PU-coated polyester flysheet, 120 g/sq m Polyethylene groundsheet, fully thermo-bonded taped seams). NB there is a breathable polyester inner tent under the flysheet that prevents naturally-occurring droplets of condensation from touching the inside of the flysheet.

Ventilation : 1 upper air vent at the back, 2 lower side vents, 1 ceiling vent in the bell end area, breathable inner tent fabric. You can leave the bedroom door half-open at the top using the 2-way zip. Everything is designed to allow air to circulate between the inner tent and flysheet, for more breathability and less natural condensation.

Poles : Made of solid glass fibre with excellent resistance to breaking.

UV (protection from Ultraviolet rays) : Our tent fabrics block over 98% of UVB and 80 to 95% of UVA rays.

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