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Tent Reviews: Royal Denver 4 Select ZG

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4  (more 4 berth tents)
18.20 KG

2
Fully Sewn-in
Fly first
Average User Rating:
9.33/10 from 3 reviews

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3 Reviews of the Denver 4 Select ZG

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

The Royal Denver 4 is a great tent for two people. If you're not too tall like my girlfriend and myself, around 5'5', you can stand up in the sleeping area which makes dressing a nicer experience.

We have a double air mattress and once it is in, there is still pathways down two sides to put bags and to get ready.

There is a nice meshed air vent which is closable on the tent at the sleeping area side, it can also be zipped open but remains covered to keep the rain out.

The front area is big enough to entertain, when our friends come camping there's enough room to have four people sat in camping chairs comfortably inside.

The Panoramic windows are just great, which also have curtains for privacy. The front area is also sealed in at ground level to keeps a lot of insects out.

The front door can either be folded up or pegged out on poles, theres also a handy horizontal pole which connects the two side poles which makes a sturdier entrance which you can hang things from.

There are also side flaps which can be zipped to the open door to make a kind of covered tunnel entrance which is good if it's raining and you don't want to be closed in.

A little tip is that you can just use two of the sections of each door pole and have the sides up, which makes a lower entrance so if the rain is heavy it just rolls off the front end. (hope that makes sense).

The tent is easy for one person to put up on their own.

I even leave the inside bed section connected in these days when I pack the tent away and there is still room for the rolled tent in one of the bags storage sections.

The reason this tent only gets 9 out of 10 is because of the following two reasons.

Only the top half of the doors can be opened into mesh doors, I've seen this is a feature on a lot of tents now, I much prefer it when the doors can be entirely unzipped so you can have full mesh doors so that when you are layed on the bed you have full air flow and can see whats going on outside the tent without sitting up. I sometimes like, at the end of the night to lay and watch my campfire as it dies away but you can't in this tent unless you had the doors properly open (first rule of camping Keep The Bedroom Area Closed And Free Of Insects At All Times).

The other thing is that the front door only has a mesh window and not a plastic window, so if you are zipped up and it's raining, you have the brilliant side windows but then no front window, that seems a bit silly.

All in all though whenever we are away camping I rarely see a tent which I prefer to ours, it took a lot of research to find a tent as good as the Royal Denver Four.
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By: Tabascouk  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2009   Rating: 

I own this tent and it is fantastic for two people. The tent is well made great light in the living section in the tent with the windows which can be covered if desired. This is great when it rains as you still feel you are outside even though you are cosy and dry. The tent looks a lot smaller in the pictures it is very roomy. I love the porch which you can do various arrangements by zipping the sides down for added shelter or keeping them up. I had a large camp table and two chairs in the front section and there was still lots of room.

The poles are colour coded which is great. Though the front two cross over and have two pegs in coming from the same hoop which can make it confusing. I have sorted this by putting coloured tape on each of the pegs. Royal instructions which came with the tent are very minimum. However it was easy to put up. A great tent and stood up well in stormy conditions. I love it.
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By: Bac81  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2008   Rating: 

We first used the tent in awful weather in Tewkesbury it was very easy to put up. The zipped in ground sheet is great it keeps the tent warm and dry. We managed to fit in 6 adults & 2 dogs in the front section of the tent when the rain was bad. You can also make the door into a porch to give you extra space this was good for cooking under when the weather was bad. It was very easy to take down and pack away.
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Manufacturer's Description

Royal ZG tents with zipped on groundsheets offer the same features as our stitched in tents, but with a groundsheet that can be removed to help preserve your grass pitch

Features:

Ripstop polyester flysheet
Stitched in living area groundsheet
Reflective guylines
PU coated poles for additional strength
Water Column 3000mm
Packed weight 18.2kg


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