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Pro Action 4 Man 1 Room Dome Camping Tent - Red

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Many thanks for all your replies, think it will stay where it is, and keep an eye out for something for the daughter and her partner and kids. The second time I used it, it lashed with rain and was quite windy during the night and I was completely dry and cosy - well, at least until the very wet dog sneaked in! Was very easy to put up, we have never put up a tent before so the instructions helped a lot, and were very easy to understand. The porch area was very useful for shoes etc, no room for chair etc, but good for shade in the sun. It stayed quite cool in the sun during the day (it is quite a pale colour) and it kept us very dry in the rain! We fitted a double airbed and a single airbed in the bed area and left our belongings in the porch area. There was no room left in this area once we had the beds in but this was fine as we only wanted it as somewhere to lay down. My partner is 5ft 9 in and we laid the airbed so that our feet were at the door end, in the morning he complained that there was not enough room to stretch out. I looked at the tent and thought all sides were the same- apparently not. My father in law suggested turning the airbed the other way and laying on it and much to our surprise when we did this there was slightly more room for him to stretch out in!

During the course of our testing, all the tents experience heavy downpours, wind and muddy conditions.Air circulation might not be your first concern when tent shopping, but it can have a major impact on your comfort. For the review score, we gave ProAction 6 Man 2 Room Tunnel Tent 8.6 out of 10. To reach that score we use information on what customers are saying about the same product from a number of retailers, to create an aggregate score.

The first time I used it was just outside Brighton, me and the dog.With my son and his friend in other small tents on the next pitch. Hi Elaine, I would never compare a Pro-Action tent to a Coleman Weathermaster, that would be like putting a wendy house up against the Taj Mahal hahahaha.We have lovely friend who have all donated camping equipment and materials our way which included a massive gazebo and windbreaks and using these we managed to make ourselves a lovely cosy little home for our camping trip. (hopefully I will be able to upload the pics and you will see what we did). This allowed us to extend the tent and have a little outside area.

I have this tent and for the price I think its actually very good! I got it in an offer some years ago to go camping in Cornwall. It took hardly any time to put up as only 4 poles involved. You can fit a double bed in the bedrooms and the living bit gives you space to breath so your not under each others feet! we had lovely weather the 1st time I used it. I got one of these cheap second hand to see if the Mrs would take to camping as she has never done it and she didn't want to spend too much money just to find out she hated it. The one I had was huge, it did not look like the other ones I've seen as mine had a dome middle with a bedroom either end. We got the tent up in no time (30 mins max) but we did have a practice run at home to see how it went up and to make sure everything was there. Just as we got it up it started to rain but the tent looked ok and had no leaks so was well pleased. This is a perfect tent for first time campers, copules, teenagers and lone campers. It is fantastic value even if you pay full price.Five things to look for when buying a pop up tent 1) Be wary of how many people supposedly fit in the tent The first night we experienced one of the heaviest thunderstorms I can ever recall; a night of torrential downpour intermingled with huge lumps of hail. It had taken me over five years to pursuade my wife to go camping and I thought that this was to be her first and last night ever under canvas! However, the tent stood up to the worst weather that any season could have thrown at it and all in the one night and I didn't hear one murmer from any of the kids either, all of us having been kept safe, dry and comfortable. What more could you ask of a tent?

For the price score, it seems pretty obvious, but we’re basing the score on the price of the product against competitor products or even alternatives from the same brand. For example if we find another ProAction product at a cheaper price than ProAction 6 Man 2 Room Tunnel Tent, but we feel they’re of similar quality, we’ll score the cheaper product higher. ProAction 6 Man 2 Room Tunnel Tent review score Small or poor-quality air vents will lead to a hot, stuffy tent and lots of condensation build-up on the ceiling. We pitch and peg out each tent following the instructions, taking into account how long it takes us, how straightforward the process is, and any struggles we have along the way. The only thing we noticed was the top covering didn't seem to fit completely, it was a struggle getting the pegs in the ground, and tying it to the main tent! We loved and had a Pro Action 9 man tent. It was not called a 'Canberra when we got ours and only had 1 main entrance and 3 bedroom openers.The Canberra I believe is a totally different tent.

ProAction 6 Man 2 Room Tunnel Tent Reviews

Ventilation is fully adjustable and generous so that even damp conditions can be aired out in a short time. We also take note of tents that struggle against the wind and need frequent re-pegging. Some tents actually blow over entirely.

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