Fantastic , excellent quality , value, and design , went away 2nd weekend in November rain and wind out warm snug and cosy inside . I'm 6'2 and stand up and walk around , it's roomy it looks smart, so so easy to put up , take down and pack away . Although you can sleep four . It's luxury for 2 . If you are a camper or just starting out . This is absolutely perfect way to get into it . Looking forward to taking it away very soon . Well done decathlon just love it Ray Wilson Surrey
Fantastic tent - put up in minutes by two females with little effort - withheld wind and rain in big empty farm field - no draft from wind - easy to put down and fits effortless in the bag - makes camping much more enjoyable without the hassle of the poles - we even put this tent up in high winds
This has to be the easiest tent I have ever put up. I bought this as I am getting older, 60 next month, and my days of crawling on my hands and knees are over. Tent was up with kettle on in 20 mins!
Had strong wind and heavy rain for 2 days and nights but no leaks and tent was really stable. Could use a zip along bottom of the door, but I think a bit of velcro will soon sort that out. A window in the door would have been quite nice, but such is life. Plenty of room inside for the 2 of us. I think 4 people would be a bit tight. Again packing away is so simple and easy. Best tent I have ever had.
I bought the tent in advance of going to Britany in mid September. The tent was really easy to erect - I put the tent up on my own in less that 15 minutes
The weather was disappointing with strong winds and rain but the tent withstood everything that was thrown at it - although because the site was sandy it would have been better have more tent pegs more suited to the ground - although that was my own fault for not being prepared for this.
Despite the weather the tent was warm and dry. Loads of space as well as adequate standing room.
Bought this as I wanted an air tent with out the huge price tag. Main draw back, vent in roof lets rain in so had a few puddles one morning. Lucky we didn't have anything there. Also the front door lets in water if there's abit wind with the rain. Could do with a zip along the bottom so ground sheet and door are attached to prevent this.
Great size though and very easy to put up and door.
Guess you pay for what you get.
So easy to put up and down and very well paid. Only thing I would say is it's a shame the front door doesn't go into an awning
Well where to begin I both love and hate this tent, on the plus side the tent is very good value for money and very simple to erect(20mins on my own).
Looks great and very sturdy in the wind. But and it's a big but it's not waterproof in the slightest, we purchased for a camping holiday and on the 1st evening it drizzled and when we woke in the morning it had leaked it wasn't even raining hard. Called decathlon and they said don't use this tent if it's going to rain!!!! I couldn't believe what I was hearing, so don't buy this if you want a waterproof tent because everyone wants a non waterproof tent. A total joke and a real shame. I'm not making this into something it's not this ruined our holiday don't let it ruin yours.
Dear Mr Sykes,
I am sorry to hear about your experience with the Air Seconds 4.1XL,
I must point out that this tent is in fact 100% waterproof, rating at a HH Value of over the market average of 2000MM (Hydrostatic Head Test) and over 200 Litres per hour per square metre (Shower Test). This is more than enough to easily cope with even the worst British rain storms.
We give this tent a 2 year warranty for a reason and we would be more than happy to offer a full refund or exchange in your local store as it seems that their is an obvious and unfortunate fault with your specific tent.
Feel free to contact us if you require any further information or if you would like to give more feedback,
I Hope this helps,
Joe Broadhead | UK Product Specialist
This tent took me 8 minutes to put up alone.
Stood up well to a storm the first night.
It could be improved by:
1) giving you the option to divide the bedroom into 2 with a velcro in sheet.
2) do something with the front entrance, if the wind blows the bottom edge up and inside the groundsheet rain just pours into the tent.
My son & I erected the tent in 13 mins.it was so simple to deflate and fold/roll up and put into carrying bag!!
No poles,just an air pump with gauge to prevent over inflation,and everyone else looking on with intrigue!!
Excellent value for and well designed air tent.
The tent lives up to it's name, easy to put up and take down. What could be improved is the entrance, you can't leave the door open when it rains as the ground sheet gets flooded. The vented side does the same so the interior gets wet from that side as well. Solution, there needs to be a canopy or extension that we could buy to cover the entrance so the door way could be left open and the vented side needs a way of having this being opened whilst it rains.