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used through out summer and up to beginning of December in some foul and wet weather didn't leak or get blown away very good buy!
Don't bother buying it unless you know how to tie the jumbled mass of guy ropes because you get zero instructions with the tent.
We have the Black-Out version of this which seems to be of a better build quality. The Blue one we purchased last week has 2 rips in it, actually it appears as if the stitching has broken or simply come away. I am trying to contact Decathlon to organise a replacement as we are camping again next week but this seems to be difficult at present.
You really can't beat this tent for value. It's got the feel and performance of a far more expensive tent.
I've had quite a few tents over the years varying in price and quality so think I have good grounds for comparison. It packs away quite flat and is very light which makes it easy to pack in the car. Once you've got the hang of putting it down it really makes camping easy.
I mostly do 2 nights a time in it, but have done 4 nights before. Calling it a 3 man is a bit hopeful. My wife and 6 year old daughter stayed in it with me one time but it was a squeeze, and we were touching the inner tent with no real room to put any stuff. I tend to use it on my own and sleep diagonally (I'm 5 foot 10). It gives me plenty of room to put my kit without it, or me, touching the sides. Wind, rain - it stays dry and upright even in some pretty persistent heavy weather. Only issue is when the tent is wet/raining you get dripped on when you open the door and the wet door has a tendency to fall inside due to the angle it's at. No porch so muddy boots tend to be removed whilst sat just inside the door with legs outside. You then need somewhere to put them, so more reason not to have 3 people in it.
I don't need to replace it as there is nothing wrong with it at all even after considerable use, but if I do it will only be for one of the newer models with more features like a porch and overhang above the door.
This is my second pop up tent from Decathlon. I spent two weeks in France during which we had several storms and heavy showers. Our new tent did not let one drop of rain in despite the high winds. Easy to put up easy to put away. Reasonable price.
I thoroughly recommend them.
My last quechua pop up has lasted for over 10 years and survived a recent wet festival brilliantly so I bought this additional tent for the North Coast 500 as we wanted a tent that was quick to pitch and take down as we were moving each day. Extremely easy to pitch, and robust once the guy ropes were fitted. The little "porch" for muddy boots was a welcome addition. The internal bedroom was midge proof as advertised (although a few tend to go in with you when you open the zip!). We were warm and cosy and dry even in rain and winds. I initially found the new mechanism for folding the tent using the clips slightly more complicated than my old one, but we soon mastered it and we were able to pitch 2 tents in 5 minutes, and fold them up in 10 (though I don't think I'd be able to fold on my own - much easier with 2.) Fantastic and highly recommended.
2 Days of torrential rain tent was dry as a bone inside. Super easy to erect, took 5 mins to put away.
Really roomy too. Highly recommended.
Probably the best pop up tent iv come across
Very quick and easy
Keeps the rain out and a sensible size too.
We now have 30 of these and they are great.
Great Tent easy to put away even easier to put up .
I was a bit dubious about buying a pop up tent but when I saw it was double skinned I thought I would try it. So quick and easy to put up, which was good as it was pouring with rain. It survived the horrendous rain and wind of Download 2019 and didn’t leak once. Very quick to put away as well with the colour coded clips. Only downsides were that it is a bit awkward to carry with a rucksack and it didn’t have a porch to put my muddy boots in. Can’t complain for the money though.