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Asda 2 person tent now only £7.50 instore

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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
These were £10 but have been reduced down to £7.50 spotted in weymouth store earlier
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#1
Great price for a disposable tent, superb range of options for when you have finished with it, you can launch it on the sea or river, leave it standing to enable the wildlife to see if its edible, take down and leave to blow across the moor, (minutes of fun watching it scare the sheep and birds) or set fire to it, (thats the best way as it save landfill, highly toxic smoke but that dosent matter, and much less hassle to the people who have to pick up the remains the next day).;)
#2
cant use this on parliament square sorry
2 Likes #3
I will give my mate Raoul a call I am sure he was going camping soon.

*edit he's not answering his phone*
1 Like #4
I hate the term disposable in relation to tents. You know there are people without shelter in the world that would dream of having the luxury of a tent. Just because its cheap doesnt mean you should be lazy and just chuck it away. It can be used again and again. Spoilt western consumerists!
#5
Isnt our fault we're not poor.... And that we're British...
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moorjock
Great price for a disposable tent, superb range of options for when you have finished with it, you can launch it on the sea or river, leave it standing to enable the wildlife to see if its edible, take down and leave to blow across the moor, (minutes of fun watching it scare the sheep and birds) or set fire to it, (thats the best way as it save landfill, highly toxic smoke but that dosent matter, and much less hassle to the people who have to pick up the remains the next day).;)

Wow that's a really useful comment, what a valuable addition to the community you are. This tent is very basic, but its very cheap, fine as a 1/2 night stay in very good weather, or as a child's play tent. If the user no longer required the tent I would suggest packing it back into the bag and either:

1, Pass onto another person who could use it.
2. Freecycle it.
3. Donate it to a charity shop.
#7
These disposable tents save lives.

There's a charity near us that collects thousands of them each summer from festival sites to either send to disaster/ poverty plagued areas or sell to fund the operation.

I bought a couple last summer which were great apart from the unmistakable reek of Glasto!
#8
Why are people saying Disposable ? I've seen these for a couple of weeks in Asda now and it doesn't say disposable on the packaging .
#9
MinerWilly
Why are people saying Disposable ? I've seen these for a couple of weeks in Asda now and it doesn't say disposable on the packaging .
They say it because they think they have so much money that they wouldn't dream of keeping such a low priced product. They are elitists!
#10
Where does it say anything about burning/abandoning/dumping/whatever?

Why has everyone got such a bee in their bonnet over this? It's just a cheap tent.
#11
if you're over 5ft 8, you wont fit, like me.
#12
Are these easy to assemble/pop up or would you need a PHD in engineering?
1 Like #13
It is disposable because at £7.50 you don't have to go through the bother of taking it down or drying cleaning it. Many people in this country are cash rich time poor, so buying something like this to use is very useful.

Will all you tree hugging yoghurt knitting hug the whale lefties just get over it (and perhaps get a job) and accept that busy people pay for convenience, it is their money so their choice. They can do what they like with their property.
#14
Great for an outdoor festival where a few of you are going for a few days and don't care about trashing the tent that you spent £7 quid on rather than the decent £300 tent you actually care about. Then "dispose" of it when finished. IE disposable =D
#15
It's just a cheap tent, but I do love the smell of burning martyr in the morning.

The people who made it will probably get it back to live in on top of their perfectly adequate wages for the society that their elders have created for them.

Everybody wins!
#16
Spoilt western consumerists!
#17
Nesima
It is disposable because at £7.50 you don't have to go through the bother of taking it down or drying cleaning it. Many people in this country are cash rich time poor, so buying something like this to use is very useful.Will all you tree hugging yoghurt knitting hug the whale lefties just get over it (and perhaps get a job) and accept that busy people pay for convenience, it is their money so their choice. They can do what they like with their property.

What a crock! Anyone stupid enough to buy such a crap tent like this deserves to lose all their money, which they will, if they make poor purchasing decisions like this .

Looks good for the kids to play with over the summer holidays though, so may buy it for that!
#18
I like it, voted it hot, I need a small tent for when I go to LeMans next year, as my family one weighs 25 kilos... and need to take it in the car in convoy... Top Deal
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moorjock
Great price for a disposable tent, superb range of options for when you have finished with it, you can launch it on the sea or river, leave it standing to enable the wildlife to see if its edible, take down and leave to blow across the moor, (minutes of fun watching it scare the sheep and birds) or set fire to it, (thats the best way as it save landfill, highly toxic smoke but that dosent matter, and much less hassle to the people who have to pick up the remains the next day).;)


Wow that's a really useful comment, what a valuable addition to the community you are. This tent is very basic, but its very cheap, fine as a 1/2 night stay in very good weather, or as a child's play tent. If the user no longer required the tent I would suggest packing it back into the bag and either:

1, Pass onto another person who could use it.
2. Freecycle it.
3. Donate it to a charity shop.



Some people just have NO sense of humour! This guy is not serious, he's just having laugh you twizzle

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