Nemo Wagontop 4P Camping Tent
|Price:||$385.02 - $749.95|
- Shell, vestibule and fly fabric: 75D PU polyester. Floor fabric: 150D PU polyester. Pole supported technology.
- Capacity: 4 people. Floor dimensions: 100 x 100 in.. Floor area: 69 sq. ft..
- Vestibule area: 27 sq. ft.. Interior height: 80 in.. Number of doors: 1.
- 2 hubbed aluminum poles. Packed size: 28 x 10 x 10 in.. Imported.
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Wagontop is sure to create a family camping experience you won’t soon forget.
The Wagontop offers large screen windows on all sides. This creates great ventilation and adds to the home-like aesthetic.
Advanced material development and testing is a mainstay at NEMO. We pride ourselves on staying ahead of the curve by exploring peripheral industries and collaborating with partners to develop custom textiles. We have the utmost confidence in the materials chosen for our tents. NEMO fabrics undergo rigorous testing to ensure that weight, performance, and durability are optimal for a given application.
Standing height ceilings throughout the entire tent finally puts an end to awkward in-shelter changing and gear preparation
Pole Supported Technology
The Intersection Hub locks the poles together at a given intersection and directly connects the poles to the tent body. This makes the tent much stronger and resistant to wind forces.
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The issue we have is that we found some holes in the tent after using it only once. We think the design of the tent could potentially damage the tent. The factory offers warranty but after looking at the pictures I took, they were not willing to immediately accept responsibility. They offered for me to ship the tent back (at my cost) and they would then determine if the damage would be covered under warranty. If not, they could repair and I would have to pay for that including additional shipping. Well, I am not happy about that at all. I should not have to beg for warranty and they should have allowed me to ship the tent back at no cost and cover the damage under warranty. This is after all not a cheap tent.
Oh well, we decided to hold off and still use it but and are happy with the design etc., but the issue above still stings.