NOW: £50.00 RRP: £65.00

NOW: £50.00 RRP: £65.00

NOW: £50.00 RRP: £65.00

Product Code: 72110311

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An excellent quick-pitch tent

For festivals and short camping trips when you just want to pitch-and-go, the Pop 200 has to be an excellent choice. Its super-fast pop-up design means you can set up your accommodation in seconds. It is also lightweight and easy to carry.

The Protex polyester flysheet is a highly waterproof and reliable fabric that will keep you dry and comfortable. Underneath, the PE groundsheet is waterproof and robust enough to stand up to the rigours of active camping.

A pleasant flow of air through the tent is created by low-level vents to keep the inside cool and reduce water vapour.

Reflective webbing at the pegging points picks up torchlight to make them visible in the dark.


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Product Features

  • Outer: Protex (100% polyester, 70D)
  • Ground: 100% polyethylene
  • Poles: PowerFlex fibreglass (pre-inserted)
  • Reflective webbing
  • Lantern hanging point
  • Capacity: 2 persons
  • Pitching: Pop-up
  • Pitching time: 1min
  • Size packed: 63 x 5cm
  • Weight: 2.12kg

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1 There is 1 review of this product

 
Easy to pitch, Easy for water to penetrate.
Reviewed By Ryan, 12 Aug 2014

When buying a tent for a festival you obviously don't want to spend much money, however as rain was on the forecast I decided to spend a little more. The tent was perfectly easy to pitch, however the door is a weak point and allows rain to leak through. On Top of this, the concaved roof of the tent allows a pool of water to gather, which eventually seeps into the tent. If this tent was £25 I'd've accepted this, however with a £50 price tag, and to label the tent 'Highly waterproof'
seems like a massive lie/con.

 

 

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