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Tent Reviews: Vango Oregon 400

Tent and Awning Reviews Index  >  Vango  >  Oregon 400 Reviews

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4  (more 4 berth tents)
14.00 KG

1
Fully Sewn-in
Fly first
Average User Rating:
8.5/10 from 2 reviews

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2 Reviews of the Oregon 400

By: Madmags22  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2010   Rating: 

Sturdy, roomy and easy to put up. Love that you can open it up with a main porch and side door and three windows. Felt very secure in high winds with the tension band system although in v high winds the shock pole broke once. Returned it to Vango on thir lifetime guarantee and got a new tent! Bought from new and have had it many years now although it may be a bit big for the two of us, theres plenty of room for our stuff and cooking inside.
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By: Valk_scot  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2008   Rating: 

I have the Oregon 800 & 600 versions of this tent in the non-SIG versions, this is my only SIG tent. I bought it after it had been discontinued to use as a weekender for me and one or both of the kids and it's been great. I am a short middle aged woman but it's very easy to put up solo or with minimal help, only three poles and easy pegging. Very sturdy once pegged out and it has the Vango Tension Band System for increased stability.

I had it out last weekend in one of the heaviest downpours I've experienced in 35 years of camping and the only very minor problem encountered was about an eggcup full of water coming through each of the two end zips. It was extremely windy too, the tent stood firm and I didn't feel at all concerned about it.

It is a true 4-man, there is one large pod that can be divided into two with a hanging divider and each side will take a standard double air bed or two standard camping mats or SIMs. It would get a little cosy for four, the living area slopes down at the end door and you couldn't quite manage four camping chairs set up in the main area plus four persons' gear, let alone the equipment and food storage. Absolutely brilliant weekend size for two people though, or a couple with one small child.
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Manufacturer's Description

Comfortable accommodation for a family or group camping from the car. Large living area for storage and domestic duties. The TBS II, Tension Band System, provides enhanced stability for those occasions when the weather can close in or the campsite is a little less sheltered.

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