2 Second Pop-Up Tent

2 Second Pop-Up Tent
2 Second Pop-Up Tent

2 Second Pop-Up Tent

Dimensions and weight:Bedroom 2.10 m long x 90 cm wide. 2.4 kg.
Bedroom space:Bedroom is roomy enough for one adult and belongings.
Storage space:Store your boots in the porch between the bedroom and fly sheet.
Access:Front flap, easy and efficient access: big D-shaped flap with single zip.
Pitching/folding:Instant pitching. Free-standing tent (place it wherever you like, and if there's no wind, no need for pegs = ready to use!). 9 pegs and 5 guy lines included if needed. Folds down in 15 seconds (once you've learned the routine as shown in the instructions and on www.quechua.com).
Waterproofing:Like all Quechua tents, special attention has been paid to the waterproofing, which is validated in lab tests (ENTIRE TENT placed under a shower of 200 litres/hour/m²!) and on field tests. (PU-coated polyester fly sheet, 120g/m² polyethylene groundsheet, all seams sealed using thermobonded tape). A breathable polyester inner tent under the flysheet keeps away condensation that forms naturally on the inside of the fly sheet.
Ventilation:1 upper ventilation flap at the back, 2 low side flaps, breathable bedroom fabric. You can leave the bedroom door open at the top thanks to the 2-way zip. Everything is designed to allow air to circulate between the bedroom and fly sheet, for more breathability and to limit natural condensation.
Poles:Solid fibreglass for excellent break resistance.
Tent pegs:5mm galvanised steel pegs for good twisting resistance.
Cover:Flat, 55 cm diameter disc. The most compact 2-person model.
UV protection (protection against Ultraviolet rays):Our tent fabrics block over 98% of UVB and 80 to 95% of UVA rays. If you're looking for protection during the day, remember that a lot of UV rays reflect off the ground and in through open doors.

Our Input

Hate setting up a tent every time you go camping. Then this is perfect for you! Just unbind it and let it pop. Great for the overnight hiker and lazy camper.

Portable Tent Stove

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