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6 Man Family Tent £59.00 @ Tesco Instore (was £159)

£59.00 @ Tesco Direct
There's about 5 or 6 of these left in the Newtownabbey store. Looks ok for the money Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
There's about 5 or 6 of these left in the Newtownabbey store. Looks ok for the money
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#1
What kind of family is comprised of SIX men? I mean, I'm all for gender equality and all that, but that's plain ridiculous.
#2
I bought this tent and definitely not for 6 people. 4 of us including 2 young kids used the tent but no good for any more people.
#3
Worth checking the water resistance (HH) on the tent. If its below 5,000 you could get leaks in heavy rain.

Also on a lot of the cheaper tents they do not last as long (cheap material and poles), but fine if you want to just try it out.

I've known a couple of people that have bought cheap supermarket tents and have shelled out more than the tent cost on waterproofing stuff before deciding to upgrade.
#4
Dragon32
Worth checking the water resistance (HH) on the tent. If its below 5,000 you could get leaks in heavy rain.
Also on a lot of the cheaper tents they do not last as long (cheap material and poles), but fine if you want to just try it out.
I've known a couple of people that have bought cheap supermarket tents and have shelled out more than the tent cost on waterproofing stuff before deciding to upgrade.
I remember once seeing a family using this tent in the lake district . Naturally it was pouring down . It didn't last the night . They were soaked .
#5
psychobitchfromhell
Dragon32
Worth checking the water resistance (HH) on the tent. If its below 5,000 you could get leaks in heavy rain.
Also on a lot of the cheaper tents they do not last as long (cheap material and poles), but fine if you want to just try it out.
I've known a couple of people that have bought cheap supermarket tents and have shelled out more than the tent cost on waterproofing stuff before deciding to upgrade.
I remember once seeing a family using this tent in the lake district . Naturally it was pouring down . It didn't last the night . They were soaked .


I know.

Most tents under 5,000HH can cope with normal British rain, but when it's torrential (like it has when I've been away a few times) it's not enough.

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