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The two-man variant of the Helium is a compact, stable and weatherproof hybrid tunnel design that pitches ‘as one’ in a flash. Lightweight, performance materials mean you don’t sacrifice comfort for minimal weight and pack size. Surprisingly spacious and comfortable, this is perfect for wild camping and short trail adventures.

Product Features

  • Weight: 1.3kg
  • Packed size: 40 x 10cm
  • Capacity: 2 Person
  • Flysheet: Protex 5,000HH SPU ripstop nylon 20D
  • HD nylon groundsheet
  • Poles: Flexlite AL
  • All in one pitching

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5 Customer reviews for this product

 
Pros and Cons, but all around a good tent.
Reviewed By Dominique, 24 Jul 2013

I finally got a chance to use this tent for 4 nights in Glencoe. The weather was decent so I can't say how this tent holds up in very bad conditions, but it did rain quite a bit in the night and we had no leaks. I haven't taken it backpacking, but the main reason I bought it was for the weight and the price compared to others of similar weight. It is extremely light and although I'm a petite lady (4'10") I believe I could carry it on my own with the rest of my kit. Speaking of petite, the head height even for myself is pretty bad. I my head hits the top in the middle and I wouldn't want to spend much time in this tent. It's really just for laying down in! That said, it will probably hold up well in wind due to it being lower to the ground. The other main con is the porch size. You would need to put your kit in the tent (luckily I was car camping this time around). The porch barely fit two pairs of ladies boots! With all that said, I would buy it again for the money and I'm happy with it. There are always trade-offs when it comes to light weight vs different amenities.
Pros:
No Leaks
Lightweight

Cons:
Head height
Porch size

 

 

 
Expensive, but you get what you pay for.
Reviewed By John, 27 Jan 2013

Incredibly light, enough space for one person plus kit, and big enough to sit up and cook in. Withstood 3 days of gale force winds and constant rain in the Scottish highlands and didn't leak once.

 

 

 
Absolutely Brilliant
Reviewed By Simon, 06 Dec 2012

This tent is magic, weighs less than most bivvy bags, great for one person and gear, but will also take two at a squeeze but with gear outside.
Easy to put up and supprisingly stable mine has never leaked. The inner is a bit low at one end but Ive had no problems and Im 6ft.
If you peg the flysheet out you can cook under it although its a bit tight. Ditched my bivvy bag and use this now much more comfy!

 

 

 
handy tent
Reviewed By Stan, 04 Nov 2012

I used this tent on a recent trip to crete. it was ideal for the type of trip whereby not much time was spent in the tent. i will say this is really a 1.5 person tent, and I wouldnt share it with anyone i wasnt very close with. Very quick and easy to put up, seems robust. Tent pegs were a bit poor for the hard surface but other great. the lightweight of the tent makes it perfect for travelling.

 

 

 
Perfect for Backpacking
Reviewed By Tim, 18 Sep 2012

After using this tent at the weekend, I found it to be really high quality. Its the perfect size for myself and equipment, there was load of room especially considering that I'm 6foot2!

The tent is quick to put up, with only 8 pegs. They pegs are very small and extremely secure (to my amazement!) And the packing size can be halved if you take the poles out of the bag and attach them elsewhere.

Cotswolds also price-match an online deal, so I got a good price.