Took this on a week long hike with variable weather conditions. It held up really nicely in very strong winds, strong downpours and manages to dry pretty quickly with some sunlight. It is a very comfortable size for one person but probably a little snug for two. Easy to set up and install. Nice packing size which fits perfectly in my 50L backpack. Very easy to assemble. This is amazing value. I'm not a tent expert but I was pretty comfortable and happy with this!
Needed a tent for a 5 day festival in Belgium. Got one for 20 euro (around $30) Did a great job! survived the wind and a rain with ease. Easy to set up too!
Very easy to set up and pack.
so far only testet in the living room, planned use as back up accomendation, while touring Skandinavia and eastern europe in spring and summer.
I'm 180 cm. If you are taller you need another tent or sleep diagonal.
I've recived exactly what i expected, and shipping UK-DK was only 5 £. Will buy other stuf at this shop.
Cheap, ligth, very small packing size
No Decathlon shop/showroom in Denmark
not very spacious but light
This tent will work great for most people for most occasions. First, like with many tents, subtract a person from the mfr's designation. This is a 2-man tent if both campers are hobbits; otherwise, well, either you'd better be with your spouse, or just really, really skinny people. I use this as a 1-man tent on my backpacking excursions, and for that, it's worked well. A few quibbles. First, the tent is too short. At 6'2"/188 cm, this tent is only 200 cm long, and that doesn't take into account the slanted walls. Bottom line is that either my head presses against one wall, or my feet the opposite wall. Why, or why did you do this, Decathlon? The extra nylon to make it longer would have cost you about a quid, for which I'd gladly have paid, given how little this tent costs. Most other quibbles are just commensurate for a tent at this price point: little to no mesh area on the tent, so it can be a bit stifling in warmer weather. The tent door has only one zipper, so you always have to go all the way to one end or the other when zipping it up. Better tents usually have two so you can start/stop zipping wherever's best. Stuff pocket only at one end of the tent. Things like that. Otherwise? Nothing but praise. At 2.2 kilos, it's not the lightest out there, but certainly not porky. To fit it into the bottom of my Gregory backpack, I take out the poles and then smash the tent down a bit and then place it horizontally. I then just put the poles in the bag vertically.
It's definitely waterproof as I've gotten caught a couple of times in decent rains.
Overall, you get a lot for the money here. It's certainly not going to have all the bells and whistles of a tent at a higher price point, so if you camp/backpack just occasionally, give this tent a try. If you're a more serious camper, are 6'2" or taller, or just need a bit better gear, pass on this.
I BOUGHT THIS TENT FOR A HIKING WEEKEND. IT DONE THE JOB PERFECTLY. IT WAS LIGHTWEIGHT EASY TO PUT UP AND TO PACK AWAY. THERE WAS ENOUGH ROOM FOR TWO PEOPLE AND A BACKPACKS,ALSO ROOM TO MOVE. I WOULD 100%RECOMMEND THIS TENT.
IT WAS AWESOME!
Easy to put up but quite flimsy, bought to change into wetsuit. If windy not very stable. OK for a kiddies play tent though.
Got this as a last minute motorcycle camping trip was organised. Lightweight, compact when bagged up and easy to assemble.. perfect for a short trip. I'd say it should be one man to a tent though given you'll be keeping your gear in it. Fantastic bargain price tent.
I use this tent for wild camping. The quality is amazing for the price, on par with tents costing 10 times the price. It’s light, packs down into the bag easily every time and is very warm. Decent ventilation too.
Great size for 2 people, plenty of space to sleep and have bags. It rained all weekend and there wasn't a single drop in the tent! So impressed! Only fault would be that we were missing a couple of tent pegs but it wasn't an issue.