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Four Person Double-Skin Tent with Integral Mosquito Net- £29.99 - LIDL (Crivit)

£29.99 @ LIDL
It's back - In good time for the 2017 Festival Season - just in case you left (or burnt) the last one on site! Available at Lidl from April 17th Crivit 4-Person Double-Skin Tent £29.99 Fully retract… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
It's back - In good time for the 2017 Festival Season - just in case you left (or burnt) the last one on site!
Available at Lidl from April 17th

Crivit 4-Person Double-Skin Tent £29.99

Fully retractable, weatherproof awning with a seamless, coated groundsheet and lightweight fibreglass poles that allow for quick and easy assembly
Entrance and vents with mosquito netting and with a range of practical inner pockets
Supplied in a convenient carry bag with 16 pegs and 6 guy ropes
Hydrostatic head (mm): 3000
Weight (kg): 4.1
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2 Likes #1
Ah the season is on its way, nice spot op, heat added :)
1 Like #2
Would u risk this at glasto??
1 Like #3
huddsguy
Would u risk this at glasto??
This is a larger tent than Lidl's previous offerings (3 Person)
If you look at the cost of Glasto on-site tent rent - I would take the risk - and even "rent out" any spare accommodation in your Lidl tent ;)

Although - regardless of the tent quality - you can't always rely on the Glasto weather
Like in 2014?
http://i68.tinypic.com/2woafl3.jpg




Edited By: jimmybo on Apr 06, 2017 22:25: Weather update
1 Like #4
Just what I need for Glasto this year!

Thanks OP!
5 Likes #5
"just in case you left (or burnt) the last one on site!"

Yeah, all these right-on kids who think they're green and care for the planet and fellow man - until it takes a bit of effort!
1 Like #6
Besford
"just in case you left (or burnt) the last one on site!"
Yeah, all these right-on kids who think they're green and care for the planet and fellow man - until it takes a bit of effort!

I disposed of mine after Glastonbury last year as it definitely wouldn't have survived a 4th year.

But there are hundreds of tents left where they stood every year.
1 Like #7
You really can't go wrong at this price. Heat added.:)
1 Like #8
is this compact enough to take on a plane? is it too big for 2-3 people?
1 Like #9
I can't find this on Lidi site can only get up to 12th April leaflet
1 Like #10
seems like a good deal to me for a 3000 hydrostatic head - will get one of these. Thank you
#11
Narcotix
Besford
"just in case you left (or burnt) the last one on site!"
Yeah, all these right-on kids who think they're green and care for the planet and fellow man - until it takes a bit of effort!
I disposed of mine after Glastonbury last year as it definitely wouldn't have survived a 4th year.
But there are hundreds of tents left where they stood every year.
And your point is?
#13
German site says sleeps up to 3 people

https://www.lidl.de/de/crivit-iglu-doppeldachzelt/p245145

Characteristics:
Fully roll-on, weather-protected awning for additional storage space
Quick and easy assembly thanks to fiberglass rods with plug-in system
Seamless, double-sided coated tent floor
Entrance and ventilation opening with mosquito net
Including 16 tent nails, 6 guy lines, assembly instructions and mounting material
Water column: approx. 3,000 mm
Sleeps up to 3 people
Side inner tent pocket and practical storage net in the dome
Material:
Outside cover: 100% polyester 190T, PU-coated
Indoor tent / sleeping cabin: 100% polyester 170T
Bottom: Polyethylene, coated on both sides
Linkage: Fiberglass
Ground nails: steel
Dimensions:
Outside cover: approx. B 250 x H 130 x D 300 cm
Packing size: approx. Ø 17 x L 60 cm
Sleeping cabin: approx. B 250 x H 130 x D 220 cm
Weight:
approx. 4.1 kg
1 Like #14
arj154
is this compact enough to take on a plane? is it too big for 2-3 people?
Packing size: approx. Ø 17 x L 60 cm
Sleeping cabin: approx. B 250 x H 130 x D 220 cm
Weight:
approx. 4.1 kg

sounds fine
1 Like #15
Just a little taller than most small tents so I can sit in a low chair in it, and only 1kg heavier than my 2 man I take cycling. PERFECT. Now I had better find one when they go on sale :)
#16
Besford
"just in case you left (or burnt) the last one on site!"

Yeah, all these right-on kids who think they're green and care for the planet and fellow man - until it takes a bit of effort!


The ones that burn their tents aren't the eco friendly ones, incase that wasnt obvious to you. Plenty of chavs go Glastonbury, they nick your stuff and spend the time drinking crates of beer they dragged for miles to camp site...
#17
My daughters desperate to go camping this year, have never been. I'm really hoping my local store has one of these but have a feeling not as it's pretty small!
2 Likes #18
Managed to pick one up at Edinburgh Gilmeron store, wasnt expecting to find any there but there were 4-5, allhidden under camping mats.
1 Like #19
This is almost identical to the one Aldi did last year but had a hydro static head of 2000mm (this is the waterproofness if you did not know). I was a bit suspect about the tent as I have done a lot of camping but money was tight and I needed a bigger tent as I was taking two of my kids on a trip last year which it did well. I have just returned from an April trip to various parts of the Pennines and North Yorkshire with the kids and the tent did very well. You need to get all the guy ropes pegged out as it is quick to bend in the wind if not. The pegs are as expected cheap as chips and I supplemented them with extra from a pound shop so I could double peg the corners and guy ropes. Stood up to some strong wind and some heavy downpours but not confident it would stand up to a full scale battering and I had been weather watching before deciding on trip. After a night of continual rain water had started to come through the outer skin but the inner was dry. The porch was a good size and using one of those camper picnic stoves from Aldi, flat rectangle with a gas cartridge I was able to cook out the wind for three of us (make sure you keep the tent ventilated and away from naked flame if you do this).. Tempted to pick up one of these as a backup as for under £30 is a no brainer. Easy up and down.
1 Like #20
DadCamper
This is almost identical to the one Aldi did last year but had a hydro static head of 2000mm (this is the waterproofness if you did not know). I was a bit suspect about the tent as I have done a lot of camping but money was tight and I needed a bigger tent as I was taking two of my kids on a trip last year which it did well. I have just returned from an April trip to various parts of the Pennines and North Yorkshire with the kids and the tent did very well. You need to get all the guy ropes pegged out as it is quick to bend in the wind if not. The pegs are as expected cheap as chips and I supplemented them with extra from a pound shop so I could double peg the corners and guy ropes. Stood up to some strong wind and some heavy downpours but not confident it would stand up to a full scale battering and I had been weather watching before deciding on trip. After a night of continual rain water had started to come through the outer skin but the inner was dry. The porch was a good size and using one of those camper picnic stoves from Aldi, flat rectangle with a gas cartridge I was able to cook out the wind for three of us (make sure you keep the tent ventilated and away from naked flame if you do this).. Tempted to pick up one of these as a backup as for under £30 is a no brainer. Easy up and down.
I have never been camping before and my daughter is desperate to go so will be me, her and our 2 dogs.

Picked up the tent, camping chair and some extra pegs. Hoping I enjoy it, I have looked at so many tents over the past 4 weeks I was getting xl sick of looking. I really didn't want to buy an expensive one for first trip in case I hated it :)

The video in the site makes it look as though it's relatively easy to put up- we shall see X)
1 Like #21
takethatfan1978 - try putting it up and taking down a couple of times in garden first. You may find the pole connectors a bit loose so when putting in the sleeves, push the poles through. If like the Aldi one two poles will have a black cap on one end and and open socket at the other. The front porch pole has tow open ends. You need to then fit the pins at the two front corners to these ends. Can need a bit of force to bend.
#22
DadCamper
takethatfan1978 - try putting it up and taking down a couple of times in garden first. You may find the pole connectors a bit loose so when putting in the sleeves, push the poles through. If like the Aldi one two poles will have a black cap on one end and and open socket at the other. The front porch pole has tow open ends. You need to then fit the pins at the two front corners to these ends. Can need a bit of force to bend.

Thank you, that's great advice. Will try it out
2 Likes #23
Picked one up in Redditch today. Set up fine to examine. Commeth the rain. Managed to disassemble again. Will be using for odd nights away here and there.
#24
royboy2011
Picked one up in Redditch today. Set up fine to examine. Commeth the rain. Managed to disassemble again. Will be using for odd nights away here and there.
I have never put up a tent before and attempted to scan the qr code for instructions but it took me to lidl careers page X)
#25
takethatfan1978
royboy2011
Picked one up in Redditch today. Set up fine to examine. Commeth the rain. Managed to disassemble again. Will be using for odd nights away here and there.
I have never put up a tent before and attempted to scan the qr code for instructions but it took me to lidl careers page X)

Haha, yes the instructions aren't great.

You would peg the ground sheet first (I didn't bother as just checking) 2 poles black. 1 Pole grey

The 1 goes over the front.

the other 2 crisscross over. 1 end is open the other closed. Feed the end with the black cap through the open end until it reaches thr end, you may need to manually feed the material over the pole joins in parts. The other end you insert the silver peg on the 0-ring (very bendy!)

Peg out when done
#26
Took the tent camping at the end of last week and ended up coming home early due to the tent letting on every flipping drop of rain.

Yes it's a cheap tent, yes it's not for heavy rain but I certainly expected better. Won't be using it again.

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