Gelert Atlantis 4 Tent - Aegean Blue/Cameo Blue/Charcoal
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- Fabric Outer: 190T Polyester with waterproof PU coating
- Fabric Inner: 190T breathable Polyester
- Groundsheet: Polyethylene
- Weight: 10.6Kg
- Pack Size: 64 x 25.5 x 21cm
- Dimensions: Outer: L415 x W260 x H185cm
- Inner: L210 x W240 x H175cm
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All in one pitch for ease & speed also aids stability, has dual entrance options and spacious bedrooms. There is a fully sewn in groundsheet for increased protection, large living area windows and double guying system for increased stability. Pre-attached guy lines aid pitching.
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Light enough to lift on your own out of the car and carry along to where you need to pitch the tent without assistance. If you need to be quick it takes 15-20 mins to put up and tidy up the guy ropes, all without your friends & family looking elsewhere in complete shame at your efforts. I have a Grade 3 CSE in Woodwork and despite obvious intellectual difficulties quite able to suss out where it all goes.
Had three outings with no signs of wear and tear at all. Particularly like the sleeping section with plenty of area at the front for storage, changing and so on (I'm 6ft). No leaks, no strain at the seams and robust in high wind (Tent not me). Handy windows to let the light in and very easy to vent the tent should you be lucky enough to go camping in temperatures above freezing.......
I cant see how 4 people would sleep in it without killing each other unless they are national hunt jockeys. Personally, we use it for two adults with a king size'ish air bed, enough for two of us and the English Pointer to be comfy.
Finally, really easy to pack away, no more than 10-15 mins if you are in a hurry.
Previously owned a Coleman product which was well built but i gave it away after 4 tries due to poor instructions, heavy and tedious unpacking / packing complexity. The Gelert is much much better to live with by comparison
Update: 36 hours of solid rain and both the fabric and the seams succumbed to the weather. Not too annoyed as it was incessant rain but it did bring up two issues:
1/ Really have to be careful how you open the door as rain channels straight in and you MUST remember to lift the flap over the groundsheet or you will get litres of water in a very short space of time
2/ The fabric of the doors became sodden, I dont know if it was different fabric or treatment but they gave up the ghost very early.
Taken a star off as awkward to get in and out without a lot of water getting into tent. I cant imagine many fabrics would have coped though so only the design an issue.
This is a nice large tent. We do a lot of re-enactment and needed a tent that would allow 3 of us to live and store our kit in. This tent had the right measurements for us. Also being a tall tent we could get changed in the front part standing up which makes life a lot easier for us.
The first one we had leaked very badly as a seam on the entrance part was not finished. The rain was quite heavy but we had to abandon the tent. We contacted Amazon who replaced it with a new one very quickly as we were on the road and needed a working and dry tent quickly.
The second tent
This one was finished much better, all the seam were double sewn and had much more overlap. Over the summer this tent has been our home and it has stood up well.
This tent is so easy to put up. Just lay the tent on the ground, push the poles through and that’s about it except for pegging out the guy ropes. With two of us it takes around 54 to 10 minutes to put the tent up. We have set this tent up and taken it down around 27 times in the space of two months.
The tent is very stable even in very strong winds and we have never had to take any measures to reinforce it in any way. On one site with gale force winds we were still up and comfortable while others were chasing their tents around the campsite. After a summer of hard use everything still works and nothing has torn or broken. The tent has been exposed to several really heavy showers and everything has remained dry.
This is well designed and double skinned to stop condensation and bugs getting in. It held 3 of us on camp beds comfortably but I think 4 adults would have been a big friendly squeeze. You can divide the sleeping area into two compartments if you wish.
This is about the same size as the bedroom compartment and has two doors into it – one large at the front and a smaller one at the side. Getting in and out of the tent was easy considering we were dressed in medieval and Victorian costumes during the events. The zips are of good quality and strong and the zips have a storm flap to stop rain getting in.
This is sewn in and provides good insulation and protection. We did buy the under sheet as this provides a template to set the tent up with and better insulation.
For a future design
Gelert need to address the side doors fixing. Wind tents to blow under it and it allows bugs in. Did not bother us but I think a better fastening design of the door bottoms would make this tent much better.
Despite the first tent being a bit of a disappointment due to a quality control issue the second tent was excellent and faired very well through a summer of re-enactment and variable weather. The poles, fabric and overall quality is good and seems to take quite a lot of abuse so I would say it’s a tough tent and well made. I am very happy with this tent but I will only give it four starts because of the issues with the first one and the side door needs some design work to make it better.
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