in-a-tent wrote:We used to have a pop-up playhouse for our kids that was a nightmare to get back in it's bag, so I agree with you on the dangers of pop-up anything. It's hard enough getting out tent back in it's bag without having a 'clever' pop-up design to cope with too.
Wayne wrote:I know I'm stating the obvious here, but its not been mentioned. These are on show at most Decathlon stores.
Base seconds 4.2
T4.2 also from Decathlon
I can't make up my mind about this tent. I nearly bought it on the spot when I first saw it, but OH would not have anything to do with fibreglass poles after our last experience in the bad weather. Also there was a review on it in this month's camping mag, one of the claims is its meant to buckle and fold in bad wind and is normal, I think we would find that a bit frightening if we were inside. That's what happened last August in Cornwell, except the tent wasn't meant to do that . I'll dig the review out and add anything of interest here.
That all said, I still like the look and design of the tent and I like the idea of the speed of the set-up. I do agree Andy, as a tent to set up for a Friday night and leave Sunday Morning, it takes some beating.
I have also found the Seconds Base tent to be clever and this would be cool as a quick chuck up Kitchen tent.
These tents are easy to put down, once you have the knack.
Click here, then click on the "Our Video" link just below the main pictures in a little orange square. Watch the girl pack it away in seconds on her own
(Andy, I'm in Decathlon often, I'll try and get some pics.)
in-a-tent wrote:Will this be tent number 3 then I have lost track?
in-a-tent wrote:You had a 12 man tent?
Do you have pics?
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