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Tent Reviews: Vango Nemesis 200

Tent and Awning Reviews Index  >  Vango  >  Nemesis 200 Reviews

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2  (more 2 berth tents)
3.90 KG
225.00
1
Bathtub
Fly first
Average User Rating:
8.5/10 from 2 reviews

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2 Reviews of the Nemesis 200

By: Dazzyshadow  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2015   Rating: 

I was looking at the quasar (way out of my budget but used one before and liked the style) I have always used Vango tents and checked them out for a similar style to this. As with the previous reviewer I could find nothing on line about this tent but as I am a great lover of Vango I bought one at a really good knock down price. I first used it at the 2016 Bushcraft show and was more than impressed with the space especially as I was solo camping I'm 6'3' and stocky but didnt feel at all cramped in here, the weather was glorious so never really had to worry, I used it again in September in Swanage at the Morris dancing festival and this was more like it, the weather was awful on the saturday morning when I arrived, but having already used it I had kept the inner attached so it went up in one, very easy to erect and although the sleeves are snug wasnt too much of a problem. It served me well the whole weekend which was just what I needed.

The wind was quite strong but felt very secure inside with very little movement if any of the tent itself, it has guy lines but didnt use all of them on this occasion, if the weather was worse than that I still would not have worried I think it would have been more than sufficient to cope. I have older Vangos and the material is slightly different but the quality seemed just as good, I also liked the different door opening configurations and when I used it in the summer I rolled one end right up and just used the other end for storage.
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By: Marlonbarlow  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2015   Rating: 

I scoured the Internet for a 4 season tent and up popped the Vango nemesis 200,there are no reviews on the Web which at first made me worry. I have always owned Vango tents and have never been let down so I found one with 80 off the rrp so I went for it and I was not disappointed.

The tent arrived the day I was going away which is a bit risky as all seasoned campers will tell you,you need to check your kit before you leave but I've never had one turn up with holes in or broken poles and I always take my own pegs anyway.This is a two man full geodesic tent and it's not particularly light at 3.90 kilos however the pack size is not too bad and some weight can be stripped off if you want,however I'm not too weight conscious.It was easy to put up but I felt the pole inserts were a little tight and if your heavy handed you could rip them,you can pitch either fly first or both together as it was new I had to pitch fly first.There are entrances at each end which give ample storage for two people,I used one as storage the other end for cooking and my boots.Inside is roomy I'm 6ft 1 and 16.5 stone and it felt incredibly spacious, I can sit up easily and not just in the middle,the winds were 45 mph and the tent hardly even flapped I was very impressed. My only criticism was when I awoke there was a lot of condensation, I was winter camping so I expected some on my sleeping bag,roll mat etc but there was more than usual, the vents were only open partially due to the wind outside,maybe I will open them more when I go again in Jan.Overall an excellent tent,I borrowed a wild Country Trisar 2 from a mate a month ago which is similar to the nemesis infact I think Vango have copied it a bit ;-) which is a great tent, I found the Vango was slightly roomier and just as good quality as the Trisar . The price well that's the good bit rrp 225 I got it online 145 with an extra 3 for next day before 9 delivery, the Trisar- 240 if your lucky bargain, I'm an extremely happy camper!
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Manufacturer's Description

The Vango Nemesis 200 tent is the stand-out tent in the trekking collection, as it offers a fully geodesic design of tent ensuring it will be capable of standing up to any type of British weather. The geodesic design of the tent makes the structure very stable, and also provides a spacious design of tent with two entry / exit points for excellent versatility. The Nemesis 200 can sleep two people within the main dome, and has a 70 Denier, 5000mm flysheet, which is tried and tested throughout the Vango collection of tents. Perfect for lightweight, technical campers, scout groups and Duke of Edinburgh Gold award students

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