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Tent Reviews: SunnCamp Victory 600

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Bedroom inners:
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Pitching Style:
6  (more 6 berth tents)
32.00 KG
Fully Sewn-in
Fly first
Average User Rating:
6.4/10 from 5 reviews

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5 Reviews of the Victory 600

By: Mat_levers  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2010   Rating: 

I bought this tent from a friend who had only had it up once. I have just been away for 4 days, on the second day we had some wind ( wouldn't say it was a gale) while we were out and it stood up well to the rain but when we got back from a trip out we found it flat on the floor like a tank had run over it. 300 pounds worth of scrap. There was a 60 tesco tent at the side of us that didn't even move with the wind. I'm glad I didnt pay the full price for this
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By: Lindsayli  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2010   Rating: 

Very happy with this tent so far, although it has only had one proper outing. We were able to put it up and take it down in windy conditions, and it has had to withstand heavy rain too. Plenty of living space and a good-sized porch area made it comfortable for family living, and we were glad that we bought it as part of a package including the internal carpet. We have, however, found it hard to source a footprint groundsheet at a competitive price. My husband is 5'10' and could not even reach the top of the tent without jumping. The zips were of a very good quality compared with other tents we have experienced in the past. We have not given it a 10/10 rating as a couple of elastic cords for the tiebacks have come off, and we would also have liked it even more if the side door could be zipped shut, as we did notice a draft which made for colder sleeping pods at night. Ventilation could have been better in the midday sun though, for example by having a fly net on the main front door. The large plastic windows make it somewhat greenhouse-like on warmer days (not that I'm complaining about a bit of sun!). All in all, so far so good, we hope that it lasts us for many years to come!
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By: Bigjez  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2010   Rating: 

No idea what the first reviewer means re windage, we own a few tents and bought this one because the quality appeared good as does the spec.

I have used mine all last season and we are in it now, I have found it to be fault free and utterly reliable in all conditions including howling winds.

When you put it up the tent is as tight as a drum and gives the impression it is happy without pegs and lines it's that solid. Goes up pretty quickly (50 minutes for us) and has the best headroom I have on any of our tents. Two doors with the option of that huge sun canopy to sit under or the good sized living area mean that I have to give it a ten. Agree with review two all poles are the same and also agree that if it's properly guyed and erected you will have no trouble.

I got mine on ebay and the online dealer was fantastic gave great advice re putting it up.
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By: Camp-fred  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2010   Rating: 

I bought this tent for the summer holidays and its fair to say it rained every time it was used, on the last occasion sea front gusts of 38mph were recorded on the site and it and the mercury 1000 we also have took it all in its stride.I used it in July for a long weekend and suffered rain and wind, we had 16 children in there making pancakes it did everything we asked it to do.Can't fault the seams as it threw it down and we all stayed dry, can't fault the strength even in winds, would say that you have adjusters on the pole bases and loads of guying so no problems for us in the GB summer.

Start at the rear of the tent and have a look at the picture b4 starting when you get the first two poles in and the rear guys it self supports and I suggest slacking the pole adjusters as you go down the tent then simply pull to tighten after its all up, this would avoid flexing etc. If you do this right it is exceptionally rigid.

Takes a longer time than a tunnel to go up but the room is excellent as is the canopy. We cant wait for Easter to use it again. All metal poles good fabrics.

1 printing error in instructions, the canopy pole at front is the same as the others so don't look for the grey one which doesn't exist. Thats the only reason for 9/10
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By: Teamzg  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2010   Rating: 

I bought this as a family tent in June 2010 advised by the salesperson that the crossed poles would give extra strength to the tent. We used the tent twice, it is fairly straightforward to put up and takes approx 30-40 mins to complete with two people.

Extremely spacious and good quality fabric and great canopy. However, the tent does not withstand windy conditions well and on its second outing completely flattened on one side, and the weight and design of the cross over poles would not allow the tent to pop back up, the design actually hindered the tents ability to withstand wind as if one pole flattened the others followed. Luckily this happened during the day, it would have been very dangerous and frightening to be trapped under those heavy steel poles in the night. I have returned this tent and made these issues clear to Suncamp but with no response. I am aware that we cannot control the weather, but many other cheaper tents withstood the wind better than ours, as a family we have camped for many years and have not felt so let down by a purchase. I would not recommend this tent!
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Manufacturer's Description

This new six berth tunnel tent not only offers unbelievable space, but also extra stability with its new and unique x leg system

Sleeps: 6
Pitching: Flysheet first
Hydrostatic Head: 3000mm
Poles: Steel and Fibreglass
Inner Tent: Breathable Polyester
Groundsheet: Sewn into flysheet
Weight: 32kg
Height: 230cm

Integral sun canopy with sides and windows
Front D door
Internal side support bars
Two front windows with internal curtains
Side gusseted canopy door with picture window and internal curtain
Side window with covered vent and internal curtain
Two zipped vents to living area
Two separate bedroom areas 4+2
Two low line windows to inner tents
Zipped divider curtain to four berth inner tent
Access to bedrooms via separate D doors
Secondary mesh to all inner tent doors
Storage pockets to all inner tents
Removeable central organiser
Zipped vents to bedrooms
Cable entry point
Cable tidy
O ring hanging points in living area and bedrooms
Double seamed zips on doors
Additional valance/mudwall for extra protection


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