QUECHUA 2 SECONDS Easy Pop-Up Tent 3 Pop-Up Play Tent, Dunkelgrün (New Green)
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- Quick to set up and Abgebautes tent for 3 people camping.
- Spacious facilities: Width of each sleeping space: 60 cm/person, improved usable length
- Heat reduction: outside and inner tent, air opening in back section of the tent
- Stability: Wind Resistance up to 50 km/h (wind speed 6): tested in a wind tunnel
- Waterproof: practice and Laborgetestet (sound with 200 mm/H)
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Throw tent for 3 people in no time. Sleeping area provides plenty of space (2.10 x 1.85 metres). Plenty of space so suitable for e.g. two adult and a child. Storage space is also available. Small bags and shoes can be stored safe and sound between inner and outer space. Large input and output with zip fastening. The tent weighs only 3.5 kg and is available in a a round bag. Design: Can be mounted in the snap locks can be removed immediately. The tent is Selbsstragend. To assemble a retrieval line available to help the fold. There are also 11 pegs included.
Top customer reviews
This tent is a 3 man tent but I would suggest that it is more like a 2 man tent with space for rucksacks. As a 1 man tent it was great.
It has a double skin.
It has pockets on both sides of the bedroom and a hook for your lantern.
I have used it in heavy rain and moderate winds and it held up well with no leaks and absolutely no condensation.
The colour of my one was biscuit and wasn't that good at keeping the light out (but most tents are like that anyway) When packed away it looked like a huge digestive biscuit and when you wear it on your back you look like a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. The diameter of the folded tent is 90cm which is a little big for a small car.
My tent (being the air version)also had side openings with a fly screen to keep it cool which could be adjusted from the inside, unfortunately they could not seal up completely and so even though it was cool during the day, at night time it also got cold and it did not keep in the heat very well. This should not put you off if you are only going to use it in the summer as I didn't exactly suffer with it.
The only real downside to this tent is the lack of any porch area for keeping muddy boots etc. I have just replaced this tent with a Lichfield Yana as it has a large porch area and folds up into a smaller disk.
I feel reluctant to stop using the quechua tent as it has great build quality. It served me very well for the past few years festival use and would do so for many more if I didn't need seperate storage space for trolleys etc
I'd say this is better for 2 people rather than 3, as there is gear to stow in the tent as well (backpacks etc).
There are two pockets each side, and a hook in the roof to hang a light.
Like another reviewer says, you really must practice folding this down before you go. It is a knack, but it's not something you need to learn before you go, or you WILL be carrying a fully assembled tent back with you. There are videos on youtube and manufacturer's web site.
Have used this once and look forward to using again. I tied the tent to back of my backpack and it swung round comfortably under my arm which wasn't too bad. It's a slight compromise as you get quick pitching, but it stows to a quite large circular size which isn't ideal for carrying.
For traveling it is the size of a round bag, and it can be build in 5 minutes. You just need to pop the bag open.
The its a bit difficult to fold it the first time, but if you know how it works you will be finished in 10 minutes.