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Coleman Bedrock 2 Tent - 2 Person, Grey
- Flysheet fabric: Polyester 2000 mm PU coated, taped seams
- Inner tent fabric: Breathable polyester and no-see-um mesh
- Groundsheet: PE. Poles: Fibreglass
- Headroom is 93 cm. Features one door on each side and it is fire retardant
- Quick and easy to erect designs that can be set up soon allowing you to get on with your holiday activities, suitable for multi-destination holidays or weekends away
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The Bedrock benefits from quick-erect structures that are suitable for multi-stop holidays. Versatile designs with ample living and multiple storage areas, they feature integrated groundsheets to offer that secure home-like feel at the campsite.
Coleman combine high quality materials, experience and a quest to offer products that focus on your comfort, convenience and performance, wherever your adventure takes you.See all Product description
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Coleman Bedrock 2 Tent
Quick and easy to erect 2 person tent, a lightweight companion that is perfect for multi-stop holidays. The inner first construction means that in warm conditions the inner can be used separately as a ventilated shelter.
Additionally, the tent features one door and storage area on each side.
WeatherTec -offering comfort and protection when enjoying the outdoors
WeatherTec+ system – an assessment of our tent’s resistance to the elements
WeatherTec+ is the Coleman assessment of how 'weather proof' we gauge our tents and shelters. There are many factors which influence the performance of tent in tough weather conditions. Coleman use the latest technology and a rigorous testing regime to ensure that we keep you protected at all times - whatever the weather.
One key area we examine is a tent's ability to repel water. A fabric's waterproof properties are measured using a rating called hydrostatic head. If a tent has a hydrostatic head of 3000mm it means that a 3 metre column of water can be placed on its surface before any drops will show through the underside of the fabric.
Fire Retardant - safety first!
The fire retardant characteristic of our material ensures that the fabric will not flare dangerously out of control and will self extinguish, giving time to escape in the event of an emergency.
Highly flexible and lightweight fibreglass poles guarantee a good response to wind and storms.
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The Bedrock packs into a small bag (easily added to outside of a rucksack) and is very light at about 2.5Kg. When constructed it is 1m high, 3m long and 2.4m wide. Whilst that sounds a lot, the weather-angled profile of the tent means that the internal space is just enough to two 5' 10" men, who can perhaps at a pinch just sit upright with minimal mutual manly whining.
So the good points. I liked the fact that it has entrances on both sides as that means that any prostate-induced nighttime toilet trips don't involve lots of clambering over your tent buddy. I also liked the shielded storage alcoves which gave us plenty of space for rucksacks and boots outside the main tent body.
This tent has a fast put up and take down time. It can also be done single-handed. These two feature came in very handy as I took it camping with my son and only got to putting this up close to sunset at 1600ft. I can also vouch for being well-suited to the British weather as it holds up against our acid rain and our killer wind very well (no leaks!)
This tent however does have a major downside. The presence of only one pole ring support means that the inside is susceptible to sagging. This makes the space inside feel more claustrophobic that it should, and makes it feel more like a one-man tent. This can lead to Tent Grumpiness Syndrome.
In high winds, I also felt this tent flapped quite a lot which might disturb your sleep if you are not armed with ear plugs. My guess here is that the the role ridge material being solid (rather than mesh) makes it a natural wind barrier so it gets a pounding. Perhaps only having one pole ring also reduces the overall sheet stability, thus making it more susceptible to flapping.
After spending a few nights in this I'd say that is a great tent for a couple of kids, or a single adult. If you really want to have a low-profile tent for two, go for the Coleman Cobra 2 Backpacking Tent for Two Person. It's a bit more expensive, but it will feel roomier as its second ring eliminates the sag issue that this Bedrock version appears to have.
I think this tent is fairly priced for it's design & quality, but if you are planning an extended trip I would suggest getting something of a higher quality.