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How to choose tent
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userwelfull
Posted: 15 June 2015 11:17 AM
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1. The weight, which is most important to bear type tent, 1kg and 1.5kg usually means a doubling of prices.

2. space, whether it is packaged or volume of the living space, are to be considered in. Double posting is definitely better than the single large account, but the bigger the tent, the greater the weight. A friend once diagram space, bought a three accounts, but this tent to pack his 65 liters accounted for half.

3. fabrics, of course, the more expensive the tent fabric, the better, the more light. Whether superdense ripstop nylon or composite material, are needed to support the huge cost.
userAdanClinton
Posted: 25 June 2015 8:41 AM
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Just 3 ? anything else ?
userCarolyn
Posted: 2 July 2015 8:44 PM
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The type of tent you choose depends on so many things, such as where you are camping, when, how many people, if you will have to carry it in your rucksack etc, there are many things to consider when buying Outdoor gear



Edited by Carolyn 2015-07-02 8:46 PM
userAdam
Posted: 23 July 2015 3:56 PM
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Thanks
userwelfull
Posted: 6 August 2015 10:27 AM
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You can choose to buy a good tent at wholesale tent
userGeorge0065
Posted: 29 August 2015 7:33 AM
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Thanks all
userCampandCaravan
Posted: 23 September 2015 10:57 AM
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We want to know about the tents that you've bought and owned since new from January 2012! This will lead to the Camping and Caravanning Club’s first Tent Owner Satisfaction Awards.

Tent campers who've paid for and used their tents in fair and foul weather are invited to take part in the online survey at http://bit.ly/tentownersurvey

Whether you bought your tent from a retailer or online, we hope you'll see the value of the survey, and take the time to let the Club and other campers know of your experiences.
userCampandCaravan
Posted: 23 September 2015 10:57 AM
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We want to know about the tents that you've bought and owned since new from January 2012! This will lead to the Camping and Caravanning Club’s first Tent Owner Satisfaction Awards.

Tent campers who've paid for and used their tents in fair and foul weather are invited to take part in the online survey at http://bit.ly/tentownersurvey

Whether you bought your tent from a retailer or online, we hope you'll see the value of the survey, and take the time to let the Club and other campers know of your experiences.
userosteri
Posted: 8 October 2015 3:36 PM
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Quality matters of course, as well as size and such, but if you intend to use it somewhere warm, this one I think might have an edge:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/outbacklogic/siesta4-heat-and-light-blocking-tent-with-built-in?ref=category_popular

I don't have one yet, can't say about the quality or how well it works, but it sounds like a great idea... I find it hard to sleep when it starts getting hot in the tent and sounds like this would solve the problem...

Not really trying to spam here either, but if anyone else here happens to like it too, I'll have a better chance getting one as I'll only get one if the project is funded...
usertamnety
Posted: 13 October 2015 3:39 AM
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It seems that you have found the best choose
usernigelnevin
Posted: 3 July 2017 2:35 AM
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Spacious, versatile, and affordable, the Copper Canyon 6 has all the features most car campers need and none of the fussy extras they don’t.

Edited by nigelnevin 2017-07-03 2:41 AM
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