4 Man Tent with Porch £15 @ Tesco Direct (2 Man Tent £10, Free C+C)
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4 Man Tent with Porch £15 @ Tesco Direct (2 Man Tent £10, Free C+C)

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Found 6th Jul 2017
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This 4-person tent from Tesco is ideal for camping, festivals and sleepovers. Easy to assemble, this lightweight tent features a spacious sleeping area. Made from blue and orange polyester, the tent has taped seams and a waterproof rating of 1000mm. It also features a polyethylene ground sheet and mosquito mesh doors, helping you to get a peaceful night’s sleep without fear of being bitten.

The fibreglass poles keep the structure of your tent sturdy, and the porch area allows you to remove your shoes before entering to keep the main section clean and tidy.

H130xW240xD210cm.


2 Man Tent

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Tesco 2 Man Tent with Porch £10
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"a waterproof rating of 1000mm"

oO A new low for on here! Fine for in the garden but otherwise don't waste your money.
"Ideal for camping" and "waterproof rating of 1000mm" does not compute...

Should really say "terrible for camping unless you enjoy getting wet"
cdm22

"a waterproof rating of 1000mm"oO A new low for on here! Fine for in the … "a waterproof rating of 1000mm"oO A new low for on here! Fine for in the garden but otherwise don't waste your money.


Really? You thought it was going to be good? Up to your 'outdoorsy' standards? For £15? From TESCO?
M1LFHunter

Really? You thought it was going to be good? Up to your 'outdoorsy' … Really? You thought it was going to be good? Up to your 'outdoorsy' standards? For £15? From TESCO?



Many people will not have a clue and expect it to be ok for festivals (especially when it says they are ideal for festivals in the description) and then find out the hard way that they are not. At the very least it may stop people buying them for festivals and then leaving them behind which is no good for anyone!
Could you just buy this...and some reproofing spray?
horsepills

"Ideal for camping" and "waterproof rating of 1000mm" does not compute... … "Ideal for camping" and "waterproof rating of 1000mm" does not compute... Should really say "terrible for camping unless you enjoy getting wet"



Unless if it's a dry day
m120firestormer

Could you just buy this...and some reproofing spray?

horsepills

"Ideal for camping" and "waterproof rating of 1000mm" does not … "Ideal for camping" and "waterproof rating of 1000mm" does not compute... Should really say "terrible for camping unless you enjoy getting wet"

It's also single skin so you will have increased levels of condensation to deal with too. You might as well spend a little bit more and get a better one in the first place.

Edited by: "cdm22" 6th Jul 2017
dealerxxx

Unless if it's a dry day


If my festivals experience is anything to go by, it won't be! X)

http://cdn-04.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article35484981.ece/51381/AUTOCROP/w620h342/PANews%20BT_P-b8834948-1859-4550-a118-6427c4ff57b5_I1.jpg
Yeah OK as a toy tent in the garden, but don't even think about using in the real world. For the UK weather IMO you want something with a hydrostatic head of 3000mm at least.
It's not a Porch, its a Merkades.

I would say the only use for this is a throw away for somewhere like Glastonbury, but the ticket prices for there means only the loaded can afford to go, and they wouldnt touch this piece of tat.
cdm22

Many people will not have a clue and expect it to be ok for festivals … Many people will not have a clue and expect it to be ok for festivals (especially when it says they are ideal for festivals in the description) and then find out the hard way that they are not. At the very least it may stop people buying them for festivals and then leaving them behind which is no good for anyone!



All tents left at festivals are collected and sent to be used for the homeless / refugee camps, they don't just get destroyed
craigrathbone

All tents left at festivals are collected and sent to be used for the … All tents left at festivals are collected and sent to be used for the homeless / refugee camps, they don't just get destroyed


Not a chance. Some are, to be sure, but even if you think the organisers have the time to pack down thousands of unfamiliar tents, how much demand do you think there is for large numbers of low-quality random-sized tents?
craigrathbone51 m ago

All tents left at festivals are collected and sent to be used for the …All tents left at festivals are collected and sent to be used for the homeless / refugee camps, they don't just get destroyed

Don't believe what everyone tells you.... It's a great excuse for the lazy and wasteful though!
I'm going to get one for the children, not much room in my Terra Nova
buy this tent if you never want to go camping again..
4 man?
Still in stock and same price. Why expired?
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