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Tent Reviews: Robens Triple Dreamer

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7  (more 7 berth tents)
17.80 KG
649.99
3
Bathtub
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Average User Rating:
7.67/10 from 6 reviews

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6 Reviews of the Triple Dreamer

By: Sidecardave  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2006   Rating:   Date: 06/09/2011

SimonEvans / Eric Drabs

I hope you've got your spares sorted out. But in case you didn't or anyone else is looking, I got mine direct from Robens (Which is part of the Oase group which also includes Outwell)http://www.Oase-outdoors.Dk/uk/index_uk.Html The person I dealt with there was Lars Bruhn who was very helpful lb@oase-outdoors.Dk

As a further note to the 'flexible poles' issue - I salvaged enough good poles out of my knackered set to make up two extra hoops, so I now double pole two of the hoops. The extra poles fit the sleaves easily and this make the whole tent a lot more stable. But I still only use it in the summer. (I recently saw a new version of this tent and the poles are much thicker so I guess they have learned from experience)
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By: Eric Drabs  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2001   Rating:   Date: 06/08/2011

I've had this one for about 9 or 10 years. They are supposed to last about 30 weeks: 10yearsx3weeks holiday. Perfect tent for a 2 kids family (if they don't handle the zips too wildly). Best use is for sunny, dry and not too windy vacations.

Negative side: the poles tend to get a little distorted.This 'antique' model lacks a good groundsheet.

Positive side: the rest; good space, easy to pitch even on a rainy dark night.

Can anyone tell me if it's possible to get hold of new inner tents, they are really worn out and need replacement.Maybe someone has got some spare ones for me???
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By: SimonEvans  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2009   Rating:   Date: 24/02/2011

I have been very happy with my tent until last 'summer' when I had my tent flattened and the poles bent taking it down in a gale in Snowdonia. Sidecardave, I wonder where you got them replaced? I would like to know what to do. Maybe they can be repaired?

Otherwise, up till then, it has been the best tent I have owned out of many.
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By: Sidecardave  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2006   Rating:   Date: 23/03/2010

Plus points: light weight so easy to carry, very easy to pitch, the alloy pole slip through easily with no snags, loads of through air possible in hot weather, just open up more doors, very spacious, water proof - no drips.

Negative points: Not a good tent for cold weather, there is a large gap between the fly sheet and the ground sheet which makes the living area harder to keep warm, doesn't come with ground sheets (and these are needed under the bedrooms)- but they are cheap enough to buy, but the single biggest drawback for me is the tent just isn't strong enough in windy weather.

Overall, a really good tent for summer or sheltered camping. I also have an Outwell side awning which fits on perfectly and that makes it better still, even when its raining you can leave the doors open without it getting wet inside, and gives a nice sheltered area to sit at night. But if you camp outside the main season or in very exposed areas I wouldn't recommend it, the tent really moves in the wind and I've had to replace a set of broken poles when it got flattened one Easter.
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By: Gfisher  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2006   Rating:   Date: 16/02/2010

After years of trial and error, this is about perfect. Acres of room for 2/3 adults and son and Newfoundland. When only adults and dog, don't use front inner. Very dry but some drips from seams in heavy sustained rain. Used in Scotland all the time so frequent rain. Needs groundsheet under inner tents or can soak through.
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By: Richiegoodie  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2009   Rating:   Date: 31/07/2009

Bone dry throughout torrential rain. Put up on my own on its first outing. Spacious and well designed. Better instructions in relation to the groundsheet would help. Front sleeping pod has ok footprint but sloping tent sides limit space. Ok for two small children or one adult. Not a problem with the main pods. Only one improvement suggested would be some material at the tops of one of the small doors linking the door to the tent sides so when opening in heavy rain no water comes in (Jack Wolkskin have this feature). Highly recommended and well worth the money.
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Manufacturer's Description

Sleeping up to seven people in three inner tents, the Triple Dreamer can be a great base camp for all sorts of outdoor adventures. As with the rest of the Dreamer range, it has a more dynamic look, with a tapered front to improve stability and reduce fabric, thereby reducing overall weight. The versatile Universal inner tent allows for choices in pitching setups, and the six windows make for a real outdoors/indoors feel as does the full size mesh door in the flysheet. The optional addition of a full coverage Oxford polyester bathtub groundsheet makes it even more practical for outdoor families.
Technical specifications
Type of tent: Tunnel
Sleeps people: 7
Hydrostatic Head: 5000 mm
Flysheet: HydroTex 5000, 75D polyester Taffeta 185T, 150D Oxford polyester, 100% polyester. Fire retardant
Inner tent: 68D polyester 185T, 100% polyester, breathable
Rooms: 3 bedrooms, 1 living room
Poles: Alloy #7001/6061, T6, 11 / 13 mm, anodised
Floor: 75D polyester Taffeta 185T PU coated, 5000 mm
Pitching way: Flysheet first or as one
Pack size: 70 x 36 cm
Weight: 20.6 kg

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