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Halfords 2 man dome tent BARGAIN £12.00

£12.00 @ Halfords
Halfords have a 2 person tent in store for £15 and online for £12. If you tell them at the till to match their online price they will do it. No questions asked. Loads left in Alperton branch Read More
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11m, 5d agoFound 11 months, 5 days ago
Halfords have a 2 person tent in store for £15 and online for £12.

If you tell them at the till to match their online price they will do it. No questions asked.

Loads left in Alperton branch
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seanmorris100
To all the tent snobs.. i think this is for kids playing in the back garden not to go camping with. Who the hell goes away camping in a 12 quid tent??????????

I actually took this to Everest base camp and barring the zips being a little stiff it was superb. Barely noticed the weight on my way to the summit.

Edited By: The_Hoff on Aug 16, 2016 07:10: .
9 Likes
Another single skin tent with a low hydrostatic head rating.
9 Likes
cdm22
Another single skin tent with a low hydrostatic head rating.

what he said, homie :{

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9 Likes #1
Another single skin tent with a low hydrostatic head rating.
9 Likes #2
cdm22
Another single skin tent with a low hydrostatic head rating.

what he said, homie :{
3 Likes #3
Read all the reviews for this tent.....there's a reason its so cheap.

The four man version gets better reviews with people waking up still dry.
1 Like #4
it would be like camping in a paper bag!
1 Like #5
Only use for this would be for the kids to play in or for them to camp in the back garden in bone dry weather
#6
Gonna get this for my grandchildren to play in. Thanks for posting.
1 Like #7
To be fair going by today's standards this should actually be called a 2 person tent.
#8
OK for indoor use oO
#9
Had one of these for reading festival
Absolute garbage and left it behind
Been this price for a while
OK for kids camping in the garden if its not a damp night
#10
pennyfarthing88
To be fair going by today's standards this should actually be called a 2 person tent.
Not really.
#11
Good as a play house! Positive thinking ;)
#12
Got this as a play tent and I assume my 6 year old Daughter will want this up in her room tomorrow where it will probably stay for a long time!

At least she won't be sleeping with her feet out like all the crappy kids play tents.
#13
Single skin, same as those pop-up gimmicks.. You'll wake up soaking wet with condensation.
#14
To all the tent snobs.. i think this is for kids playing in the back garden not to go camping with. Who the hell goes away camping in a 12 quid tent??????????
21 Likes #15
seanmorris100
To all the tent snobs.. i think this is for kids playing in the back garden not to go camping with. Who the hell goes away camping in a 12 quid tent??????????

I actually took this to Everest base camp and barring the zips being a little stiff it was superb. Barely noticed the weight on my way to the summit.

Edited By: The_Hoff on Aug 16, 2016 07:10: .
#16
The_Hoff
seanmorris100
To all the tent snobs.. i think this is for kids playing in the back garden not to go camping with. Who the hell goes away camping in a 12 quid tent??????????
I actually took this to Everest base camp and barring the zips being a little stiff it was superb. Barely noticed the weight on my way to the summit.
you sarcastic idiot. lol

Edited By: leeparsons on Aug 16, 2016 07:49
#17
I know someone who uses these they don't complain about it anyway. Although when they bought it the person at the till said it might leak for the first few times then it would stop :D
1 Like #18
OldEngine
I know someone who uses these they don't complain about it anyway. Although when they bought it the person at the till said it might leak for the first few times then it would stop :D

Yes, tents of this type will usually seal after getting wet a few times and is "normal". The stitching swells up and seals the seams. Some recommend spraying new tents with a hose in order to "condition" them before using.

The alternative is to apply "seam sealer" to the seams, which you can buy from all good camping stores or buy an expensive tent with taped seams.
#19
now 15.
#20
£15 online now
#21
The one we had pitched on Afton Down on the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970 was better than this, and that had 2 runner bean canes to hold it up. :D

Oh, the good old days.

Edited By: jnigel26 on Aug 16, 2016 13:12
#22
Great disposal tent for a UK festival
1 Like #23
Is it big enough for a circus?
#24
walke_mr
Only use for this would be for the kids to play in or for them to camp in the back garden in bone dry weather

That's exactly what you buy it for :)

And for that purpose, it's perfect! Super quick to put up, cheap, reasonably sturdy (given the price) and compact.
#25
mne2
£15 online now

Yes, £15 now, but still an ok price for a kids garden toy.
1 Like #26
Excellent for sleeping in the garden these summer nights after being kicked out by the wife for farting in bed
1 Like #27
Bradleigh
Had one of these for reading festival
Absolute garbage and left it behind
Been this price for a while
OK for kids camping in the garden if its not a damp night


I seriously hate when ppl abandon their garbage (esp. tents) behind at festivals. No regard for the environment
#28
stevenkats
Bradleigh
Had one of these for reading festival
Absolute garbage and left it behind
Been this price for a while
OK for kids camping in the garden if its not a damp night
I seriously hate when ppl abandon their garbage (esp. tents) behind at festivals. No regard for the environment
They don't just rot, people collect the tents and donate them to charity.
1 Like #29
It's been said, but as a relatively frequent camper myself: don't bother with these single skin tents in England. Been there done that. They're usable in the peak of summer if the forecast is completely dry, but even then I'd want some reason for its existence (like being a pop-up type, and even then you can get dual skin ones). But most likely even if you're very fortunate with the weather and it doesn't rain overnight, you'll still get condensation (in the form of your breath condensing on the upper - and only - skin, and sometimes in the form of morning dew soaking through) and dripping down onto your face.

You can still get a good deal on dual skin tents. Keep an eye on Argos, especially towards end of season - I got my last "weekend beer festival" tent there for something like £15 (slashed from something like £45+), it's served me about 3 or 4 years now, dual skin "umbrella style" semi-popup. Pull 2 cords away from each other, job done, 10 seconds flat.

seanmorris100
To all the tent snobs.. i think this is for kids playing in the back garden not to go camping with. Who the hell goes away camping in a 12 quid tent??????????

Some people try, especially if they're on a tight budget.

pat0000
I would like to know why all tents are for GAYS, 2 men, 4 men,etc. I bet if tents were only for straight people, the gays would be up in arms.

Tents only for straight people? Well, I suppose you could pitch your idea to the Dragons.

Edited By: Cloudane on Aug 16, 2016 14:09
1 Like #30
seanmorris100
To all the tent snobs.. i think this is for kids playing in the back garden not to go camping with. Who the hell goes away camping in a 12 quid tent??????????
I have done for a 3 week period near winter, camping every night in my £10 asda tent, i was happy with it too, 6 years ago, it done me well.
Nowadays i'm a tent snob and buy the good ones.
I wrote a 15 page journal, john o'groats to lands end on a budget, a £10 asda tent is sticking to the cheap trip way of life.

Edited By: delpo on Aug 16, 2016 14:21
#31
delpo
[quote=seanmorris100] To all the tent snobs.. i think this is for kids playing in the back garden not to go camping with. Who the hell goes away camping in a 12 quid tent??????????
I have done for a 3 week period near winter, camping every night in my £10 asda tent, i was happy with it too, 6 years ago, it done me well.
Nowadays i'm a tent snob and buy the good ones.

If you put a link on i would love to read it
cheers



Edited By: ciarandanielbyrne1 on Aug 16, 2016 14:45
#32
Anyone got any suggestions for the best tent for a walking adventure?


Edited By: ciarandanielbyrne1 on Aug 16, 2016 14:46
1 Like #33
More potential rubbish for the landfill site :(
#34
delpo
seanmorris100
To all the tent snobs.. i think this is for kids playing in the back garden not to go camping with. Who the hell goes away camping in a 12 quid tent??????????
I have done for a 3 week period near winter, camping every night in my £10 asda tent, i was happy with it too, 6 years ago, it done me well.
Nowadays i'm a tent snob and buy the good ones.
I wrote a 15 page journal, john o'groats to lands end on a budget, a £10 asda tent is sticking to the cheap trip way of life.
Be interested to read, is it available to read on internet ?
#35
ciarandanielbyrne1
Anyone got any suggestions for the best tent for a walking adventure?

Vango Banshee 200 or 300 depending on the size you want and weight you can carry.
#36
Kids garden toy being marketed as a tent
#37
That looks about as useful as a chocolate tea pot most probably .Thanks all the same .heat added :)
#38
SuperSambo
stevenkats
Bradleigh
Had one of these for reading festival
Absolute garbage and left it behind
Been this price for a while
OK for kids camping in the garden if its not a damp night
I seriously hate when ppl abandon their garbage (esp. tents) behind at festivals. No regard for the environment
They don't just rot, people collect the tents and donate them to charity.


does this happen each time? why buy disposable tents in the first place?
#39
stevenkats
Bradleigh
Had one of these for reading festival
Absolute garbage and left it behind
Been this price for a while
OK for kids camping in the garden if its not a damp night
I seriously hate when ppl abandon their garbage (esp. tents) behind at festivals. No regard for the environment
It was disposed of in a bin , well next to it with everyone else's junk , not left in the middle of the feckin field !
Wasn't worth leaving erected for anyone else ...... Man



Edited By: Bradleigh on Aug 16, 2016 23:52
1 Like #40
peterstyles75
delpo
seanmorris100
To all the tent snobs.. i think this is for kids playing in the back garden not to go camping with. Who the hell goes away camping in a 12 quid tent??????????
I have done for a 3 week period near winter, camping every night in my £10 asda tent, i was happy with it too, 6 years ago, it done me well.
Nowadays i'm a tent snob and buy the good ones.
I wrote a 15 page journal, john o'groats to lands end on a budget, a £10 asda tent is sticking to the cheap trip way of life.
Be interested to read, is it available to read on internet ?
yes it's online, more than 4000 readers so far surprisingly, not the cheeriest of tales it was a tough ride with the £10 tent.Very cheap trip though.[it's an adobe acrobat book].
http://www.cycle-endtoend.org.uk/hosted/567.pdf

Edited By: delpo on Aug 17, 2016 00:02

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