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Sunncamp Outhouse Toilet/Shower tent

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  • ASIN: B00HUVB8C6
  • Date first available at 14 Jan. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 551,670 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

Product Description

The Outhouse is a revolutionary shower and toilet tent, a utility tent with style!

  • Front stable door
  • Ceiling ventilation
  • Towel rail
  • Overhead hammock holds gear, torch or Solar Shower
  • Clear vinyl panels in roof for solar shower heating
  • Shower inlet with velcro fastening
  • Shower hanging point
  • Waterproof vinyl pouch for toilet paper, watch etc
  • Mesh pouch for holding shampoo, soap and toiletries
  • Mesh lower panel for shower drainage and ventilation
  • Engaged/vacant sign by entrance

Floor Plan 135cm x 135cm

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I purchased this shower/toilet tent as my little Quest toilet tent was a bit meagre for the task of showering my somewhat tall and flabby body.

The main problem initially was that the assembley instructions are very sparse, with no diagrams. So assembling it via the written instructions proved a bit of a challenge. I did ring Sunncamp but the man who knows about assembling things wasn't there. They have only one man? And was he trapped in a Sunncamp Outhouse, perhaps?

Anyway, it says things like 'tighten the rear straps by pulling them through the buckles to bring the tent in to shape'. The problem is that it didn't tell or show who how to thread the buckles so that they wouldn't slide back under tension. This took me over an hour of trial and error to work out and I hit myself in the face numerous times. Comical, but painful.

My main gripe though is with the quality of some of the components used. There are numerous brass eyelets through which you insert poles. Every single one of these eyelets is of poor quality and even worse, very poorly assembled. I believe they were made of cheese, or a similar product. Immediately, on the first assembly, two of the eylets fell apart and the poles pushed throught the webbing, whacking me in the face once more. In fact, in three trial assemblies I have now replaced seven eyelets with M10 washers, sewn in their place (an old Boys Brigade trick.....) and hit myself in the face several times. Also once I eventually managed to get it assembled, with all the eyelets either replaced or vaguely intact and the buckles suitably threaded, when I tried to tension the tent one of the front straps parted company from the tent.
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