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Vango Odyssey 400HP Tunnel Tent - Epsom Green @ Amazon £90.00

£90.00 @ Amazon
I've posted this before at a higher price, but it's gone down another 15 quid since then and it's in stock, even bigger bargain! Yes, there are cheaper 4 man tents around, but this isn't a cheapy one … Read More
bilbob Avatar
9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
I've posted this before at a higher price, but it's gone down another 15 quid since then and it's in stock, even bigger bargain!
Yes, there are cheaper 4 man tents around, but this isn't a cheapy one season tent, it's got a 4000HH, and standing room... Blurb below...

The Vango Odyssey 400HP is a classic 3 fibreglass pole dual-entry tunnel tent with full stand up height throughout, with large Diamond-Clear PVC windows that allow light to flood into the tent. The Odyssey 400HP offers a generous living space and has a spacious 'lights out' bedroom area with toggled divider. A linked-in groundsheet ensures that draughts and bugs are minimised, while the patented Vango Tension Band System (TBS II) can be attached for extra stability in high winds. Vango's AirZone ventilation system ensures a comfortable flow of air through the tent to minimise condensation. Cable entry and tidies, lantern hanging points and storage pockets all come as standard. The Odyssey 400HP is ideal for couples or small families looking for an affordable option with great functionality for short breaks. The tent packs away into an oversized carry bag.
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
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#2
400HP that's nearly as much as a Ferrari. impressive :-)
#3
Indeed they are... a decent range at a good price.
Just wish I could find a three man one of the same quality and price...
#5
'my sad devotion to an ancient religion' hasn't helped me conjure up any stolen data tapes, but it has helped me have a lot of fun - CAMPING!!!
#6
gidsterc
'my sad devotion to an ancient religion' hasn't helped me conjure up any stolen data tapes, but it has helped me have a lot of fun - CAMPING!!!
ok....

:)
#7
No porch... Want it for motorbike touring, my old one is pretty work out and not very waterproof now, these look great, but too big (and heavy!)
Would love the space though...
2 Likes #8
You can get the 500 under warehouse deal for £63 if you have student prime! Now that's a bargain.

Edited By: joshs86 on Sep 21, 2016 19:18
#9
None of them have sewn in groundsheets so they can let in wind, rain and bugs through the gaps.
1 Like #10
Not exactly as the main shell has sewn-in flaps of groundsheet (if that makes sense) and the ground sheet sewn to the inner part of the tent overlaps. For that price, it's pretty tidy I'd say.

Edited By: joshs86 on Sep 21, 2016 22:31: Typo
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Begize
None of them have sewn in groundsheets so they can let in wind, rain and bugs through the gaps.

Ok...1) some people prefer a bit of "wind" to keep the tent nicely circulated in hot weather.
2) rain will not enter the tent provided you have pitched it correctly
3) yes, you may well get your face eaten off by giant spiders
#12
horsepills
Begize
None of them have sewn in groundsheets so they can let in wind, rain and bugs through the gaps.
Ok...1) some people prefer a bit of "wind" to keep the tent nicely circulated in hot weather.
2) rain will not enter the tent provided you have pitched it correctly
3) yes, you may well get your face eaten off by giant spiders
Also with noting a lack of built in ground sheet also means less wet surface area to pack away...
#13
horsepills
Begize
None of them have sewn in groundsheets so they can let in wind, rain and bugs through the gaps.
Ok...1) some people prefer a bit of "wind" to keep the tent nicely circulated in hot weather.
2) rain will not enter the tent provided you have pitched it correctly
3) yes, you may well get your face eaten off by giant spiders

Given the British weather, if wind can get in, the rain can get blown in too!
TBH I was meaning more water, as in run off on the ground. Mate had similar model to this at a festival this year and after heavy rain, a small river flowed down the campsite and straight through groundsheet gap, flooding his tent. Unfortunately (for him anyway), the next door tent it reach first had a sewn in groundsheet and the water just flowed straight under and round it to his.
#14
Begize
horsepills
Begize
None of them have sewn in groundsheets so they can let in wind, rain and bugs through the gaps.
Ok...1) some people prefer a bit of "wind" to keep the tent nicely circulated in hot weather.
2) rain will not enter the tent provided you have pitched it correctly
3) yes, you may well get your face eaten off by giant spiders
Given the British weather, if wind can get in, the rain can get blown in too!
TBH I was meaning more water, as in run off on the ground. Mate had similar model to this at a festival this year and after heavy rain, a small river flowed down the campsite and straight through groundsheet gap, flooding his tent. Unfortunately (for him anyway), the next door tent it reach first had a sewn in groundsheet and the water just flowed straight under and round it to his.
'flooded'?
Seriously? If it can flow in, it can also flow out... the inner tent will have a groundsheet, so worst case is that the stuff left in the porch will get a wet bottom...
#15
Begize
horsepills
Begize
None of them have sewn in groundsheets so they can let in wind, rain and bugs through the gaps.
Ok...1) some people prefer a bit of "wind" to keep the tent nicely circulated in hot weather.
2) rain will not enter the tent provided you have pitched it correctly
3) yes, you may well get your face eaten off by giant spiders
Given the British weather, if wind can get in, the rain can get blown in too!
TBH I was meaning more water, as in run off on the ground. Mate had similar model to this at a festival this year and after heavy rain, a small river flowed down the campsite and straight through groundsheet gap, flooding his tent. Unfortunately (for him anyway), the next door tent it reach first had a sewn in groundsheet and the water just flowed straight under and round it to his.

What the hell is happening? I can't think of everything. I don't know what day it is or who I'm talking to.
#16
bilbob
No porch... Want it for motorbike touring, my old one is pretty work out and not very waterproof now, these look great, but too big (and heavy!)
Would love the space though...


You're not likely to get a 3-man with a porch weighing much less than 5kg...
#17
This has jumped massively in price. Any idea if they drop often?

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