Berghaus Air 8 Tent, RRP: £749 - now £495 with code @ millets - HotUKDeals
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Robust inflatable beams take just minutes to blow up and is just as quick to deflate making this the perfect family tent.

8 man tent – tunnel design with 2x pre-attached bedroom and 1x spacious living room.
Fully waterproof – 70 Denier flysheet with 6000mm Hydrostatic Head and fully taped seamed with a rainhood above the door to keep you and your belongings dry.
Inflatable beams – no need for fiddly poles, instead the tent has 5x rapid inflating and highly robust and strong TPU air beams with dual action stirrup pump. Includes pressure gauge.
Quick to pitch – inflates in minutes.
Easy to take down – spring loaded, quick release air valves allows the tent to deflate in seconds with just the touch of a button.
Breathable inner tent – 185T polyester to prevent condensation with darkened rooms for a cool and easy to sleep in tent.
Ventilated – high and low level vents and meshed doors for improved air flow.
Secure – 4x corner stake pegs, as well as roundwire pegs with adjustable pegging points for a secure hold.
Sewn in groundsheet – fully taped seams.
Fire retardant – tested to the BS EN 5912 standard.
Spacious – excellent head room in living area and bedrooms. Remove the bathtub style bedroom and tuck away the doors into a corner pocket for extra space or zip close the bedroom door for extra privacy. Includes a removable divider for additional privacy.
Large windows – for extra light and visibility with polycotton curtains for privacy, designed with toggles for multiple height options.
Side doors - one step-through and one C-shaped to prevent leaks and draughts.
Storage pockets – a large organiser below the window, 5x pockets in the living area and pockets in the bedroom for a tidy and organised tent.
Electric hook up – zipped access point on both sides of the tent with Velcro tidies to run the cable to a lantern point.
Transportable – packs a way into a wheeled carry bag with adjustable buckles.
Size: 215 x 750 x 300cm
Pack size: 88 x 56 x 47cm
Weight: 30kg
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#1
Poor quality rip off of the Nimbus 8 tent!
#2
brookysm
Poor quality rip off of the Nimbus 8 tent!
but half the price
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reakt
brookysm
Poor quality rip off of the Nimbus 8 tent!
but half the price


​And half the quality! Don't be swayed by the Berghaus name, there's nothing Berghaus in the production of these, they are made under branding licence by JD Sports who own the Black's group now. Thin poor quality 75 denier material where the Nimbus is 150, no cross air beams for rigidity and the tent is only 3000HH (only the flysheet is 6000) as opposed to 6000 all over for the Nimbus....
#4
brookysm
reakt
brookysm
Poor quality rip off of the Nimbus 8 tent!
but half the price
​And half the quality! Don't be swayed by the Berghaus name, there's nothing Berghaus in the production of these, they are made under branding licence by JD Sports who own the Black's group now. Thin poor quality 75 denier material where the Nimbus is 150, no cross air beams for rigidity and the tent is only 3000HH (only the flysheet is 6000) as opposed to 6000 all over for the Nimbus....

These people don't seem very happy with it!!
http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/hi-gear-airgo-nimbus-8-inflatable-tent-p286275&Pg=3
#5
Ceri_Jones
brookysm
reakt
brookysm
Poor quality rip off of the Nimbus 8 tent!
but half the price
​And half the quality! Don't be swayed by the Berghaus name, there's nothing Berghaus in the production of these, they are made under branding licence by JD Sports who own the Black's group now. Thin poor quality 75 denier material where the Nimbus is 150, no cross air beams for rigidity and the tent is only 3000HH (only the flysheet is 6000) as opposed to 6000 all over for the Nimbus....
These people don't seem very happy with it!!http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/hi-gear-airgo-nimbus-8-inflatable-tent-p286275&Pg=3
35 reviews and it gets 4 out of 5, what exactly are people not happy about???

There was an early batch that leaked on the airbeam seams, how many later reviews complain about that?
#6
brookysm
Ceri_Jones
brookysm
reakt
brookysm
Poor quality rip off of the Nimbus 8 tent!
but half the price
​And half the quality! Don't be swayed by the Berghaus name, there's nothing Berghaus in the production of these, they are made under branding licence by JD Sports who own the Black's group now. Thin poor quality 75 denier material where the Nimbus is 150, no cross air beams for rigidity and the tent is only 3000HH (only the flysheet is 6000) as opposed to 6000 all over for the Nimbus....
These people don't seem very happy with it!!http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/hi-gear-airgo-nimbus-8-inflatable-tent-p286275&Pg=3
35 reviews and it gets 4 out of 5, what exactly are people not happy about???
There was an early batch that leaked on the airbeam seams, how many later reviews complain about that?
Nobody is insulting you personally, calm down. So the tent used to leak?
#7
Ceri_Jones
brookysm
Ceri_Jones
brookysm
reakt
brookysm
Poor quality rip off of the Nimbus 8 tent!
but half the price
​And half the quality! Don't be swayed by the Berghaus name, there's nothing Berghaus in the production of these, they are made under branding licence by JD Sports who own the Black's group now. Thin poor quality 75 denier material where the Nimbus is 150, no cross air beams for rigidity and the tent is only 3000HH (only the flysheet is 6000) as opposed to 6000 all over for the Nimbus....
These people don't seem very happy with it!!http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/hi-gear-airgo-nimbus-8-inflatable-tent-p286275&Pg=3
35 reviews and it gets 4 out of 5, what exactly are people not happy about???
There was an early batch that leaked on the airbeam seams, how many later reviews complain about that?
Nobody is insulting you personally, calm down. So the tent used to leak?
Calm down about what? You posted 'These people don't seem very happy with it!!' Yet all I see are a majority of glowing reports other than from leaks that were traced to a certain batch. I failed to see your evidence to back up your statement when your link to the reviews totally goes against what you posted...
#8
brookysm
reakt
brookysm
Poor quality rip off of the Nimbus 8 tent!
but half the price
​And half the quality! Don't be swayed by the Berghaus name, there's nothing Berghaus in the production of these, they are made under branding licence by JD Sports who own the Black's group now. Thin poor quality 75 denier material where the Nimbus is 150, no cross air beams for rigidity and the tent is only 3000HH (only the flysheet is 6000) as opposed to 6000 all over for the Nimbus....

Aren't a lot of tents 70D, also why do you need cross air beams when you have guylines?
#9
sprite127594
brookysm
reakt
brookysm
Poor quality rip off of the Nimbus 8 tent!
but half the price
​And half the quality! Don't be swayed by the Berghaus name, there's nothing Berghaus in the production of these, they are made under branding licence by JD Sports who own the Black's group now. Thin poor quality 75 denier material where the Nimbus is 150, no cross air beams for rigidity and the tent is only 3000HH (only the flysheet is 6000) as opposed to 6000 all over for the Nimbus....

Aren't a lot of tents 70D, also why do you need cross air beams when you have guylines?


​a lot of normal tents are but most high end air pole tents are 150. Cross poles increase the rigidity of the tent the same way as frames do on larger tents,

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