Regatta Waterproof Malawi Unisex Outdoor Pop-Up Tent
|Color||Oxford Blue/Seal Grey|
|Fabric Type||Polyester (100%)|
|Item Weight||0.88 Pounds|
|Pole Material Type||Fiberglass|
|Water Resistance Technology||3000 millimeters|
About this item
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- Polyester (100%)
- Pop up technology allows quick and easy pitching
- Waterproof hydrafort 70 D flysheet with 3000 mm hydrostatic head
- Hardwearing, waterproof sewn in groundsheet
- Strong and flexible fibre glass poles
- Internal pockets and lantern hanging point
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You get what you pay for at the end of the day. If you're expecting rain do what I did and also put down some tarpaulin underneath the base and you should be fine!
As a forty-something professional, I've taken to staying in a nearby budget hotel instead of camping and planned to use this tent to store food, water and a change of clothes on site.
I've used it 3 times and it now resides in a skip. In fact, it is probably landfill now. This tent made me harm the environment.
The lining was as water resistant as you could expect and as long as nothing touched the inner walls, the tent was relatively water free - even in the UK's rainy season (January to January).
Erecting the tent was pain free, a pleasure in fact, but packing the tent away at the end of the weekend was a hellish torment. The secret to returning this tent to its bag was to twist it as you would a hated enemy and then gently fold it into its strap before bagging it away.
The thing that let this tent down was the zip to the main door. The zip would burst loose at the slightest breeze. You could look at the zipped door, think dark thoughts and the zip would part, as if laughing along in schadenfreude.
In the end, I became fed up of trying to repair the zip and folded the tent away one last time before consigning it to the skip.