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1 Reviews of the Atmos
By: Zipnut Reason: I own(ed) one Made in: 2012 Rating:
As a backpacking tent I bought this over anything else on the market at the time, including the Wild Country offerings, and it hasn't let me down.
Exceptionally light due to using trekking/walking poles as its main support - this in turn makes it bomb proof in any weather. Its actually a two person tent but at 6'4' I use it as a single with adequate space for rucksack storage inside.
Plenty of ventilation means no condensation in the morning. Decent internal pockets (headtorch, wind up radio, specs, ciggies, etc.) and a small yet adequate porch for simple sheltered cooking.
I've weathered exposed force 6/8's and with all guys deployed this tent is rock solid . Using walking poles you never feel like its going to collapse. Simple & straightforward to erect with very good construction & some clever design functions.
My only slight negative, more due to my height, is that EVERYTHING has to be done lying down as there is insufficient space for me to sit up (hence 9/10) but I kinda guessed that when I bought it.
As an ultralight tent the Robens Atmos excels and remains my primary go-to tent for overnight backpacking. In fact given its weight, I carry it all the time rather than taking a 'shelter' for emergency use. Bought mine at Cotswold Outdoors for £120 new
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The Atmos is a very lightweight two-person tent, unique in using trekking
poles to pitch and including an inner for versatile performance. As trekking poles are now an essential part of any kit list, additional weight is saved by having no tent poles to carry. The external frame construction created by the two central trekking poles ensures that the tent is very simple to set up. Two further poles are required to create the overall shape of the tent; short tent pole sections are supplied for both ends in cases where the tent is used for solo expeditions.
The well-positioned vents, which can be operated from inside the inner tent, ensure good through ventilation and the entrance porch offers handy kit storage. This tent is ideal for those trips where weight is absolutely critical.
Flysheet: HydroTex XTL with sealed seams (20D ripstop 100% nylon siliconized outside and PU coated inside)
Hydrostatic Head: 1500 mm
Inner tent: Ripstop 100% polyester, breathable
Groundsheet:40D 100% polyester, PU coated, 5000 mm, sealed seams
Poles: 4 trekking poles - not supplied (9.2 mm, end pole sections are provided for solo use)
Max/Min. load: App. 1.65 / 1.56 kg
Pack size: 40 x 13 cm
Sleeps: 2 persons
Characteristics: Ultralight trekking tent for 2 persons
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