High Peak Minipack 2 Man Tent
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- Material: 100% Polyester, PU coated
- Size: L190 x W120 x H95 cm
- Poles: Steel 16mm Ø
- Floor: 100% Polyethylene
- Weight: 1,6 kg
- 1000mm HH
- Weather protected entrance
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Sleeping two whilst possible would be tight (not such a problem if you were already on intimate terms), especially if you were storing kit in there as well. The entrance is a tight fit for me but do-able and for one person has just enough room for you and your kit. In my opinion this tent is solely for sleeping in, if you intend to spend time in it because you day isn't filled it's far too small, but heh who does that anyway! that's why you are looking at it.
I never suffered any rain whilst using it, the inside did not get damp and and the mesh doors let it breathe. How it would fair in a storm I could only guess, but basically this is a summer season tent which if it only lasts one season won't break the bank.
It packs away easy, is light, goes up easy, it's cheap and it will give you somewhere to sleep for 2/3 nights (or longer if you are harder then me).I suspect it won't last years and will probably suffer in a storm (but you buy what you get). My mates laughed at me because it looked liked something from a toy store (but when I was loaded up I didn't look like a vagrant), so if nothing it will give you something to laugh over.
Four stars because the two man bit is pushing it a bit.
Yes it packs small.
Yes it is light loaded.
Yes you will be able to sleep in it alone even if you are over six footbut not seven!Read more ›
It was easy to set up and looked very cute in the sea of gigantic (and probably more comfortable) tents. I loved it for the first few hours or so, until we slept in.
It was raining outside (as it always does at festivals) and thanks to magical simulation powers of this tent, it was raining inside too! Humidity and condensation made sure we weren't missing anything happening outside. We had two wet and cold nights with my new girlfriend, and we're still together after seven months; probably due to binding effect of natural disasters. I knew she was the one when she woke up with the dripping water on her face and was still smiling. If you want to test your relationship, buy one of these with two tickets to Glastonbury.
Make no mistake; there are plenty of flaws in it. There's no fly sheet, except for over one half of the door, meaning that most nights the tent walls will slowly collect a significant layer of condensation, unless you sleep with the door open. So long as you stay away from the edges, then it'll survive all but the most torrential rain. However it is very susceptible to strong and even light winds, at one point causing me to pack up the tent at 1 in the morning to move to a less windy spot for fear of the whole tent being blown away. I also wouldn't envy anyone attempting to use this in the winter; the one time that it dropped bellow 0 at night the tent was as good as useless at retaining heat. When I woke the next morning the condensation had frozen on the inside of the tent, causing a hard inner shell.
However, there are also strong positives, particularly if you're as obsessive as me when it comes to saving every gram that you might have to carry. The tent poles can be replaced by walking poles (which I'd recommend anyway), meaning you only need to carry the fabric and the pegs which weigh less than a kilo. Despite the name of the tent, this is much better when viewed as a very spacious one man tent than a two man tent. The whole tent can be put up in around 2 minutes with practise, meaning there's no time wasted in the rain. If it is raining it will do a good job of keeping it out and will dry the next day remarkably quickly.Read more ›
So first of all I must mention that this tent cost me a smartphone when light drizzle disturbed the harmony of its tent like features and managed to collect more water inside than was actually outside (bizarre). So it maybe prudent that if you want to keep things dry whilst using this tent, leave things outside the tent at night... I fancy my chances more that way.
To sumarize, these are the problems:
1) Not Waterproof.
2) Poor ventilation and stiching creates high levels of humidity and condensation inside the tent.
3) Low roof, which is unstable due to the guy ropes requiring great pressure to maintain tent rigidity.
4) Poor entrance zips mean lack of complete seal of fly net (i.e. bugs enter freely).
Also missing a guy rope.
After the week of camping when it rained lightly on two nights and the problems therein we decided we would not use the tent again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This tent is terrible. The design of the tent means that there is a structural pole directly in the middle of the entrance, so getting in and out without collapsing the entire tent... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Mr. J. Westwell Savage
What a load of tosh this tent is I ended up leaving where it was it's ok for kids enything else forget itPublished 2 months ago by Buck
Used this tent to go round europe not even a little water proof very little space when i had my bike gear in with me and very dificuly to get tight, iqf your lookinqg for a 1 time... Read morePublished 3 months ago by peter
good item well packaged, arrived on day after i ordered it, grandchildren will love itPublished 5 months ago by Jennifer Kerr
Seriously, just don't buy it. Its too small, I'd barely call it a two man tent.Published 5 months ago by Jack Sutton