MRP : ₹ 16,999
Made In : India,China
Four cartoon images do not tell you how to erect this tent.
I was on hicking over å weekend. Where I tried different places to setup tent. And I was really suprized how easy it was to work with.
Another thing is weight and volume of the when you hicking around.
So I'm looking forward to my next trip :)
Superb tent. Great value. Loads of space. Very easy to put up. Really can’t fault for the money.
Only put it up twice, but quick, easy and light. Surprisingly roomy too.
I used the Quechua T2 Ultralight for over 10 years of hiking the world and it finally gave up last year... I decided to treat myself to the next generation of the T2, this Quickhiker Ultralight 2, and what a great tent that is !!!!
Some very good improvement vs the T2, 2 side entrances, side porch for gear etc... As always, great build quality compact and light. This is also more spacious than the T2, yet still excellent for small pack size and weight.
It pitches super easy and all in one with the chamber attached. Same as the T2, corner pegs first then pole and remaining pegs for tension.
All in a few minutes, perfect!
On a cold night, there is some condensation (to be expected) on the inside of the flysheet but not in the chamber. stayed perfectly dry inside.
Some potential slight improvements for the next update:
- 1 single zip for the chamber (once, ants managed to get into the chamber via the tiny hole where the 2 zippers meet)
- if not careful, when opening the side door, condensation can fall inside, (ie morning little shower ;-)
- make an extra groundsheet/footprint available as an extra accessory (I cut a plastic sheet which I use as an extra groundsheet to keep the tent clean).
Comes with 2 backs, 1 zipper and one stuff sack... perfect.
I put my "clean" tent in the stuff sack and roll my dirty groundsheet around it then all in the zipper bag! (I am glad the zipper bag has some space for extra (extra groundsheet) + compression band) thoughtful design.
Cosy for two and roomy for one (with my bag inside the chamber). I absolutely love this tent and I am sure it will serve me as well as the T2 did... Well done Quechua!
This is a near perfect hiking tent. And at that price, it's an absolute treat... Highly recommended.
PS: Decathlon should also present this tent to the UK Scout Association and DoE Award as they will surely recommend the tent in their Approved Kit list! Many of my scouts' colleagues never heard of Quechua! (I am bias as I am french ;-)
I bought this a couple of weeks ago and have just completed a wild camp with my 26year old son on Snowdon. It was a cold and windy night but the tent behaved impeccably. Yes, it is tight for two adults and two large rucksacks but still comfortable. This is an ideal tent if you are looking for something that is light and compact enough to backpack with and at a price that is very difficult to beat.
Bought this tent for camping on motorcycle trips. Its a 2 man tent but with motorcycle gear etc its best for a single person. It packs very small and is light, so does not take up much space. Used it in close to and below zero temps, where it was definitely not as warm as a dome tent due to the always open vents at the foot and head of the tent. This same feature however makes it less prone to condensation build up and in less severe temperatures its great. Small, light, relatively inexpensive and well designed.
I have used this tent on 4 cycling camping trips in Germany Australia France and Spain. It’s seen night after night of heavy rain, some decent winds, cold as well as hot mosquito weather..it still pitches perfectly every Time, not a single defect after a total of 7 weeks moving every day...never leaked, has just enough storage in the alcove for shoes, helmets and food bags cooker and kit, sleeps 2x 5’4” ladies perfectly comfortably. We can both sit up in it..At 1.8kg it fits neatly in my bike pannier and is one of the lightest you’ll find with dual entry that does the job so well, I wouldn’t swap it for anything more expensive, it also goes up neat and easy every time takes about 6-7mins, packs away nicely in its 2 bags equally as well, simply pack it the way it unfolded and your tent will stay clean and easy to pack. I added a few extra ultra lite tent pegs. Only criticism I could have is that it gets a bit of condensation on very cold nights between the outer and inner, but that’s common in most small tents with 2 people breathing inside on a cold night, it dries easy before packing away and it’s not on the inside.
Bought to replace the older tunnel lightweight tent so I could have two side access points.
Difficult to push the pole into place and on opening in the morning water dripped inside the tent. I do not like the poles being permanently attached to the tent and have yet to fold back the tent into its pack. This looks like being a job.
There was also water on top of the inner tent - very worrying as the rain was very light indeed. The older tents were always waterproof.
How many tent pegs come with it? I got 6. I think minimum needed is 8