Gelert Atlantis 4 Tent
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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 tent is huge. It's be very luxurious for two people, while I'd say that three adults is probably the maximum comfortable capacity for the sleeping compartment. Even though it's essentially a double skinned tent, it pitches all-in-one due to the fact that the inner tent is stitched to the outer, so pitching this tent is a piece of cake (and the design creates a good gap between the inner and outer layers, which is important in case it rains). It took me about 20 minutes to pitch it on my own, whereas it'd probably be a little quicker with two people (particularly when it comes to inserting the poles and pegging everything down). Ventilation is good and I like the fact that it has two doors - front and side. One minor niggle, however, is that for some reason those main doors only zip down along their sides, while the bottoms are just toggled. This will allow bugs to crawl into the "living room" part of the tent. However, that's not really a huge issue, as the sleeping compartment is totally sealed, which is the most important thing.
One other minor niggle is that the guy ropes are a dark colour; personally I prefer neon colours as you're less likely to accidentally trip over them, both during the day as well as at night. But replacing the guy ropes will be pretty easy.
In addition to the tent I also bought the matching footprint groundsheet, to avoid having to roll up a big damp tent after camping. The groundsheet also provides a handy guide for where everything should be when pitching.
Lastly, the bag that the tent comes in is unusually spacious for a tent bag; packing the tent back in, a nightmare for most tents, is no problem at all. In fact, I was able to fit the footprint groundsheet in it as well, and there's still room to spare.
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