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Adventuridge 4 Person Family air tent £129.99 Aldi - free delivery - from Thurs 28th
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Adventuridge 4 Person Family air tent £129.99 Aldi - free delivery - from Thurs 28th

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Posted 26th Jun 2018
Not the greatest make of tent but a cheap decent size tent that will be simple to put up. - no poles needed.

Wouldn't suit the die hard campers but might be perfect for the odd weekend getaway.

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I always show people this on a camp site, and I get a crowd laughing, what they don’t tell you is deflating these air tents are a nightmare

solution

take your least fav person, I use my wife, and you roll them up in it like a carpet, works amazingly well as their weight pushes the air out

for extra points walk away as they scream at you as they can not move, and bring people to laugh at them
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 26th Jun 2018
johnlh26/06/2018 15:00

"Please note, air pump not included"- You wouldn't want to get to your …"Please note, air pump not included"- You wouldn't want to get to your camping pitch and then find that out...


Never go camping with a brand new tent without first putting it up at home, that is a recipe for disater
Aeschylus26/06/2018 12:14

I always show people this on a camp site, and I get a crowd laughing, what …I always show people this on a camp site, and I get a crowd laughing, what they don’t tell you is deflating these air tents are a nightmaresolutiontake your least fav person, I use my wife, and you roll them up in it like a carpet, works amazingly well as their weight pushes the air outfor extra points walk away as they scream at you as they can not move, and bring people to laugh at them


Much easier to buy one of their electric inflators for I think 5-99. They have 12 volt and 240 volt versions ( I have both!) People don't seem to realise these are reversible-just switch the nozzle- and you have the fastest and neatest deflation ever.
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Agree with the description. Doesn’t look like they managed to get it up straight for the picture! Good price tho
2000mm hydrostatic head, not ideal for anything more than a medium shower.

Good price for an air tent though. Heat added.
Belter little idea. I use the pop up tents when you know the weather will be decent enough not to throw a curve ball at you. The 2 man tent I have is not bad for 1 person, 2 at a push, but something like this should offer that extra space of not needing to store all your equipment in the car still
Edited by: "Kloppenhagen" 26th Jun 2018
I always show people this on a camp site, and I get a crowd laughing, what they don’t tell you is deflating these air tents are a nightmare

solution

take your least fav person, I use my wife, and you roll them up in it like a carpet, works amazingly well as their weight pushes the air out

for extra points walk away as they scream at you as they can not move, and bring people to laugh at them
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 26th Jun 2018
I was keen on the idea of an air tent, until I saw someone put a Vango one up when I was camping last month. It seemed one hell of a faff about. At least as much trouble as assembling poles, but with the added complexity, and things to fail, like valves, pumps, air tubes etc. I decided it was not for me and bought a conventional tent.
VDisillusioned26/06/2018 12:22

I was keen on the idea of an air tent, until I saw someone put a Vango one …I was keen on the idea of an air tent, until I saw someone put a Vango one up when I was camping last month. It seemed one hell of a faff about. At least as much trouble as assembling poles, but with the added complexity, and things to fail, like valves, pumps, air tubes etc. I decided it was not for me and bought a conventional tent.



I have two Air Tents - a Vango Edoras 500DX and a Kampa Brean Air 4. Both are a breeze to put up; so much easier and quicker than the steel and fibreglass poled tents we have owned. Very sturdy in high winds and with very high HH ratings totally waterproof even in the harshest of rainfall.

I would always opt for an air tent now as the technology is vastly superior to the early models.

For a cheap summer camping tent this ALDI model would be a good first tent for someone new to either camping or to Air tents.
Aeschylus1 h, 53 m ago

I always show people this on a camp site, and I get a crowd laughing, what …I always show people this on a camp site, and I get a crowd laughing, what they don’t tell you is deflating these air tents are a nightmaresolutiontake your least fav person, I use my wife, and you roll them up in it like a carpet, works amazingly well as their weight pushes the air outfor extra points walk away as they scream at you as they can not move, and bring people to laugh at them


Must admit my Berghaus Air 4 is really easy to deflate and pack away as they give a fair bit of extra room in the bag.

My big tent (Outwell Montanna 6P) is another matter though as its a nightmare to fit back into the bag even in decent weather when I have time. I usually leave the in ter tent out of it when I pack it away as its so tight.

I might have to give the wife idea a try next time.
Edited by: "Dragon32" 26th Jun 2018
VDisillusioned1 h, 46 m ago

I was keen on the idea of an air tent, until I saw someone put a Vango one …I was keen on the idea of an air tent, until I saw someone put a Vango one up when I was camping last month. It seemed one hell of a faff about. At least as much trouble as assembling poles, but with the added complexity, and things to fail, like valves, pumps, air tubes etc. I decided it was not for me and bought a conventional tent.


Yes I agree with the worry of getting punctures or valves failing.
Aeschylus26/06/2018 12:14

I always show people this on a camp site, and I get a crowd laughing, what …I always show people this on a camp site, and I get a crowd laughing, what they don’t tell you is deflating these air tents are a nightmaresolutiontake your least fav person, I use my wife, and you roll them up in it like a carpet, works amazingly well as their weight pushes the air outfor extra points walk away as they scream at you as they can not move, and bring people to laugh at them


Much easier to buy one of their electric inflators for I think 5-99. They have 12 volt and 240 volt versions ( I have both!) People don't seem to realise these are reversible-just switch the nozzle- and you have the fastest and neatest deflation ever.
Wouldnt fancy 2000hh or white canvas hard enough to stay asleep as it is ! Hard to say if its a good price, if you have weather like this week then its great if it was lashing it down may appear to be an expensive leaking tent. Think the HH can be misleading if the seams are decent that helps a lot
"Please note, air pump not included"

- You wouldn't want to get to your camping pitch and then find that out...
johnlh26/06/2018 15:00

"Please note, air pump not included"- You wouldn't want to get to your …"Please note, air pump not included"- You wouldn't want to get to your camping pitch and then find that out...


Never go camping with a brand new tent without first putting it up at home, that is a recipe for disater
Looks like a poor quality version of Quechua's Inflatable tents.
johnny7743 m ago

Looks like a poor quality version of Quechua's Inflatable tents.


I've just been looking at them again on Decathlon. Tempted. I'd be interested in the Dark element as well.
Looks like a decathlon tent ! Similar colours and style
nickhale7564 h, 26 m ago

Much easier to buy one of their electric inflators for I think 5-99. They …Much easier to buy one of their electric inflators for I think 5-99. They have 12 volt and 240 volt versions ( I have both!) People don't seem to realise these are reversible-just switch the nozzle- and you have the fastest and neatest deflation ever.


I don't know about the other inflatable tents, but the Berghaus one only takes less than 10 pumps (less than 20 secs) to inflate each pole.
Aeschylus2 h, 9 m ago

Never go camping with a brand new tent without first putting it up at …Never go camping with a brand new tent without first putting it up at home, that is a recipe for disater


Yes agree with that.
Decathlon have 2 both are 199 can anyone recommend either or should I save 70 quid and buy this ?
OoEliteoO44 m ago

Decathlon have 2 both are 199 can anyone recommend either or should I save …Decathlon have 2 both are 199 can anyone recommend either or should I save 70 quid and buy this ?


For an air tent I can not beat the price, it all depends what you’re going to do with it, just for weekends through the summer, can not beat it (though will be like an oven as polyester)
VDisillusioned9 h, 3 m ago

I was keen on the idea of an air tent, until I saw someone put a Vango one …I was keen on the idea of an air tent, until I saw someone put a Vango one up when I was camping last month. It seemed one hell of a faff about. At least as much trouble as assembling poles, but with the added complexity, and things to fail, like valves, pumps, air tubes etc. I decided it was not for me and bought a conventional tent.


Don't know what they were doing...we had our Vango Capri 500 Air up in about 15 mins at the weekend. No issues deflating and packing away either.
I have the Vango Rivendale 800 (a stupid tent which serves as a constant reminder that I should have gone smaller) and it is easy to put up and not too hard to deflate after a few camping trips. It's even fairly easy to get in the bag - though the thing weighs a tonne. This tent won't be great but for guaranteed good weather it seems worth a punt. Hot.
Berghaus Air 4 is a great tent & can be pitched in 15 minutes, too quality & really well thought out design. Bought ours for £249 when on offer.
Edited by: "DiyDave" 27th Jun 2018
Good idea, low price, BUT NO PUMP INCLUDED.....
I have a huge Outwell 6 or 7 berth with the front room it sleeps 15 kids easily, takes have an hour to pump up with the 12 volt only needs basic pins in high winds and totally waterproof , takes 15 minutes to deflate with the pump on suck, best tent in the gang by a country mile
I have a huge Outwell 6 or 7 berth with the front room it sleeps 15 kids easily, takes have an hour to pump up with the 12 volt only needs basic pins in high winds and totally waterproof , takes 15 minutes to deflate with the pump on suck, best tent in the gang by a country mile...half an hour to erect inckuidbg pump and pins
I've been going camping for 30+ years and been through various tents. I'm now using a Vango Airbeam and there is no going back. So easy and quick to put up, and as others have said, to deflate you just put the pump in reverse. Like with any tent,there will always be someone who's new to camping or new to the tent and will be faffing around or sussing it out for the first time, you see this all the time, it doesn't mean the tent is rubbish. I think the issue of potential punctures is a fair point though, and I must admit I did buy a spare tube that I now take with me.
Having said all that, I'm not sure I like the look of this particular Aldi tent.
Edited by: "werewhelk" 28th Jun 2018
Aldi Air tent 😡😡😡😡purchased this morning put up this afternoon followed online instructions I was very excited until I started to peg out and pump up OMG firstly I noticed the stitching was over stitched and twisted the middle beam leaked and would not stay inflated the whole tent isn't stitched straight and the overall quality of the material is very cheap. Ground sheet does not peg out straight that's twisted as well also ther is no pump with the tent. ok so I paid £130' but I really did expect a better product. Earthier I'm very unlucky and got a bad one or I'm sure many more will be very disappointed. I would recommend this tent at all go for a quality Air Beam and pay a bit more. 😡👎
Almost bought this, but decided to spend double and go for this one..

gooutdoors.co.uk/hi-…420

the bundle with extra ground sheet and carpet bump it upto 300 but its 4000HH

Hope I made the right choice, but to be fair this one is half the price!
Thought this was a good buy but after putting it up the stitching is all over the place and the middle section just blew out and busted through the zip halfway to blowing it up!! Poor quality 😡😡
Glad I'm not the only one who's had problems, it inflated fine, but after a few hours the inflatable had expanded and the stitching had all ripped with the inflatable bit popping threw
dissapointed as was looking forward to doing some fun camping with the children, without the struggle of a load of poles
Mottmania26/06/2018 14:05

I have two Air Tents - a Vango Edoras 500DX and a Kampa Brean Air 4. Both …I have two Air Tents - a Vango Edoras 500DX and a Kampa Brean Air 4. Both are a breeze to put up; so much easier and quicker than the steel and fibreglass poled tents we have owned. Very sturdy in high winds and with very high HH ratings totally waterproof even in the harshest of rainfall. I would always opt for an air tent now as the technology is vastly superior to the early models.For a cheap summer camping tent this ALDI model would be a good first tent for someone new to either camping or to Air tents.


Out of the two air tents you have would you pick any one over the other for quality?
JinkysOars15th Jul

Out of the two air tents you have would you pick any one over the other …Out of the two air tents you have would you pick any one over the other for quality?


Both are very good quality but can't really compare as the Vango is our large tent for long holidays and the Kampa a much smaller tent for short breaks.
Haven't read the thread but I guess the same idiots who can't cope with a pop-up tent will struggle with this sort of thing.
Give it a miss!
Very poor quality, I've had aldi tents before and been happy with them but thus one's Dodgy stitching means the rain gets in and everything gets damp, it's a good price but your better off paying more and staying dry.
Aldi adventuridge air tent is not ideal for wet weather conditions the slightest bit of rain the tent leaks ruining holiday not impressed
Avoid this tent like the plague. Took first one back as material round post split and beam had ballooned
Gave them benefit of the doubt and accepted replacement.put up in garden
Just gone out to look if waterproof .water let in everywhere AND one of posts has once again burst through material
so glad didn't go camping and tried first
also instructions say air pressure between 6 and 8.only took to 4 as felt very firm at this pressure
If we had took higher would probably have exploded!!!!!
DISTGUSTING QUALITY
Some great deals on Berghaus Air 4 XL’s at the moment. A bit more expensive than ALDI, but sheer quality.
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