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A real performance tent designed to meet demands of the all-weather enthusiast, this limpet like fortress is an ideal refuge after a day in the wild.

Astonishingly quick and simple to pitch, the poles framework stays linked together so you can't get the wrong one in the wrong place; simply pop the poles onto the corners of the tent then hang the tent from the poles! Strong and stable thanks to the fuss-free design, the Terraquattro 3P offers excellent comfort with two spacious vestibules and a relaxing, roomy interior.

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Product Features

  • Packed size: 59 x 24cm
  • Weight: 3.95kg
  • Capacity: 3 Person
  • Poles: AL 7001 T6
  • Flysheet: PU Polyester 70D 5,000mm
  • Inner: 70D polyester
  • Groundsheet: 70D PU polyester 6,000mm

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4 Customer reviews for this product

Great value tent punches above its class.
Reviewed By Joseph, 28 Dec 2013

VauDe Terraquattro 3P Tent Review

Those familiar with the older VauDe “Mark” tents will already know the advantages of suspending a tent below a strong, self-supporting frame. It makes for remarkably easy and fast pitching of the tent in even the worst weather.

For those new to the idea, looking at a network of shock cord, hooks and eyes surrounding the tent can seem a bit daunted but the idea is simple…

Connect all the pole sections together to make the frame, this is more simple than it sounds due to them all being shock-corded together as one - it’s impossible to get wrong!

Lay the tent fabric out flat on the ground and, with the VauDe logo on the frame joints facing to the sky, insert the small rods on the fabric, into the poles. This gives you the initial arch. From there, hang the two metal hooks over the frame joints and pull the shock cords over the frame and into the hooks the other side. It really takes only two minutes to erect the tent.

Once the tent is up, you will notice it has two vestibules which is very handy indeed, in fact I would say this is one of the best things about the tent as it allows you to store and access all your kit at one end and use the other for cooking and getting in and out.

The outer doors have four zip pulls allowing the top vents to be adjusted for wide openings you can look out through to closed fully to keep out the weather. They also move right over to completely open up the tent in the hottest days to get maximum air-flow.

The inner doors have two layers to provide extra warmth or extra breeze without diminishing insect protection and when opening them, there are very handy mesh pockets to keep them out of the way.

Inside there is a cord for drying socks and hanging a light as well as additional deep mesh pockets for things like a first aid kit or wash bag. There is just about enough room for me to sit at 5’10” but there is ample room to stretch out when laying down.

It isn’t all great though, this tent is guilty of promising accommodation for three and in this it falls short. In my mind if you’re going to make a three person tent, make it for three including gear and give them enough space to sleep without being pressed against each other. The 3P is a great two person tent! (I wonder how long the marketing people take to catch on that humans can be squashed in on top of one another as well as next to one another).

So, it is comfortable but can it cope with weather? In a word, yes. I have woken up to 5 inches of snow on the top of the tent and laid in my sleeping bag listening to wind snapping tree branches and the tent has stood firm. In fact, so good is it at resisting the wind that I have not felt the need to use any guy lines at all, electing to peg only the loops at ground level - this means there is nothing to trip over during the night.

After using this tent for a few winters now, I don’t see me ever moving it on, even though I covet a Hilleberg Akto, I will certainly be keeping this one for more luxury. It might not have as exotic materials as some of the more expensive tents but the design is great, it’s easy to live with and easily gets five stars from me.



Great tent for the price
Reviewed By Nikki, 26 Nov 2012

Used this to overnight in Coire Dobhain on Cairngorm at the end of November. Pitched in 3 inches of snow, with another 5 drifting in over night.

Stood up well to moderate-strong winds, felt completely bombproof. Easily fitted 2+dog+gear with room to spare, at a a weight that is easy to carry.

Double porches make all the difference - one for cooking, one for furry friend to hop in out.

Only niggle is the pole holding the porch canopy is right at eye level when you bend down to unzip the outer. That said, the learning curve was pretty fast after one poke in the eye!

Does exactly what was hoped for and more.



First impressions are of a sound product
Reviewed By Robert, 17 Sep 2012

Whilst not tested in anger yet, first impressions are that the Terraquattro 3P is a sound 2-4 seasons tent for the money. Its not the lightest at 3.5kg but for a tent capable of withstanding some 4 season winds plus the room for c3 people (at a push 4 for one or two nights) it strikes me as good value. I have used quasars for 20+ years across the cold areas of the Northern Hemisphere so can recognise a good tent. The groundsheet in the TQ3P looks a little thin and is not held tightly in place by the pole system, however this strikes me as a sensible compromise. Of course there is no snow valance which can be very useful, but in snow one could compromise and pile up some snow to bridge the gap between the end of the fly and the ground. The inner is acceptable but a little baggy. The frame/pole system works well, seems solid and is easy to erect, though is reliant on the elasticated cord remaining intact in high winds. I like the double bell ends with one simple peg each as they give plenty of room for gear o/s of the main sleeping area. Overall, first impressions sound, intend to go wild camping on Dartmoor and further North as the snow starts to fall and the wind pickups - so will update then.



Superb Tent!
Reviewed By VANESSA, 23 Jul 2012

We used this tent for our 1st Wild Camp of the season, on Dartmoor. We pitched it in minutes, the easiest tent we've ever pitched with a simple one piece pole system that sits outside the tent (no fiddly threading through tent material!) using elasticated bungees that simply clip around the poles. The inside of the tent is perfect for two adults with kit and one small dog. The ventilation system is excellent with dual porches at each end. Excellent weight and pack size too, with amble head height for tall people. Highly recommended.



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