MRP : ₹ 16,999
Made In : China,India
I set up the tent in my garden in Thailand. Put a plastic sheet down first. A little difficult to get it stretched into a good shape so that it doesn't sag when you're inside.
It rained hard and no water came in. After a week, I noticed some wet patched on the ground sheet. Water had collected between the ground sheet and plastic sheet. Surprised to see it come through though.
Clipping open the sides was inadequate but I used plastic clothes pegs.
In Thailand, it felt humid and claustrophobic, except in the hard rain which was nice. I want to try an additional sun shade with a small tarp.
All in all, I like it. Love it.
I've used this tent 3 months a year for the last 5 years and I can testify of the durability of the materials. The zips, clips, stitches, poles and strings are still in perfect condition. Last summer I got a rip in the fabric of the flycover which I have fixed with duct tape and the repair has held well in rain and wind.
I love the design, so lightweight, compact when packed and very fast to put up.
Would give it 5 stars if it had one abside on each side.
Withstood 45mph winds and pouring rain. The only water in the tent was brought in by me or a very wet dog, but no condensation in the morning and certainly no leakage.
Pitched without a practice in under 5 minutes (I did watch the video) and taken down and back into its small package in about 10 minutes.
Value for money and a great little two man tent.
Only used it twice so far but it is nice and light and folds up small. You need to apply quite a reasonable amount of force to get the end of the pole into its retainer but the design is well thought out, it is quick to pitch and it is reasonably spacious for its size. Not tried it out in rain and wind yet but always trust Quechua to test their products well.
used for 3 nights, easy to erect and take down. Good room inside very pleased with purchase.
I have spent many days looking for a decent cheap-ish tent, and decided to settle for this one. There are similar products on the market, but somehow decathlon managed to squeeze it into a smaller package than others whilst maintaining a lower price and maintaining a low weight. I think the only way you are going to get better quality, is if you spend over 300 pounds on a tent.
It has some really neat little details, which shows someone actually thought about this, which is awesome: for example on a windy night I was impressed to notice that the mesh on the door is designed to be above my face, so i do not get a cold.
So far I have used it on 3 separate trips, each about 3 nights long over Spring-Summer season, and have only positive things to say about it. I have also shared it with a person and did not find it uncomfortable. I am about 1.80 tall and managed to get some stuff below/above me inside the tent without too much of an issue .
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.