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BERGHAUS Air 4XL Inflatable Family Tent £503.20 with code @ Millets - £1 C&C / £2.99 delivery
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BERGHAUS Air 4XL Inflatable Family Tent £503.20 with code @ Millets - £1 C&C / £2.99 delivery

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Posted 23rd May

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The Air 4XL is a spacious tunnel tent ideal for small families and couples looking for space, ample headroom and comfort. Despite its size, this tent is quick to pitch and pack up thanks to a revolutionary quick release air valve system. Simply inflate the air beams using the included stirrup pump to create a stable tent. Essential features include an integrated sheltered porch, rain-hood over the side door with inflatable brow, and darkened bedrooms to reduce early morning light.

Features

Premium 4 person family air tent from Berghaus
Large and spacious tent for small families and couples looking for floor space and headroom
Flysheet: Waterproof (6000mm HH) polyester with fully taped seams
Inner: breathable polyester
Groundsheet: fully sewn-in bathtub style groundsheet with fully taped seams
Quick and simple to pitch thanks to the innovative air beam system: pitches in minutes and deflates in seconds thanks to quick-release valves
High-performance beams offer impressive quality and strength
Two-way double efficiency stirrup pump and pressure gauge included
Classic tunnel construction with pre-attached bedrooms
High and low ventilation points for improved airflow
Two side doors and one main front door
Mesh doors on all entrances
Integrated sheltered porch with windows and impressive floorspace
Built-in rain-hood with inflatable brow over side door helps to prevent rain getting inside the entrance
Single divider curtain in bedrooms give you the option of a 4 person bedroom, or 2 x 2 person bedrooms
Darkened fabric in bedroom helps to reduce early morning light
Side-by-side bedrooms can be removed for extra living space
Rollaway doors
Bathtub style inner keeps out bugs and moisture effectively
Large organisers below windows and multiple pocket organisers in the living area
Storage pockets inside all bedrooms
Extra-large windows with toggle curtains
Electric hook up zipped access points on both sides of the tent with Velcro tides to run the cable to a lantern hanging point
Valve tightener and repair kit included
Robust, wheeled carry bag with adjustable buckles for easy transportation
Fabrics fully fire-retardant and tested to the European EN 5912 safety standard
4 corner stake pegs, as well as steel round wire pegs for a secure pitch
Capacity: Sleeps up to 4 people
Wheeled bag dimensions: 85x58x49cm
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Have prices of randomly choosen 5 tents on big internet seller with name starting with A - only one had the same price. remaining 4 had price much lower than listed above "up to 50% off" prices. I guess this can be another case of fake promotion - "today it's priced £299, let's make it £700 50% OFF!!! - £350". Wasn't it supposed to be illegal?
Edited by: "HaraldBB" 23rd May
Cannot find this cheaper anywhere
Have you actually bought this? would love to get an opinion on inflatable tents am looking for a new one and any feedback is useful. Heat added
HaraldBB23/05/2019 09:29

Have prices of randomly choosen 5 tents on big internet seller with name …Have prices of randomly choosen 5 tents on big internet seller with name starting with A - only one had the same price. remaining 4 had price much lower than listed above "up to 50% off" prices. I guess this can be another case of fake promotion - "today it's priced £299, let's make it £700 50% OFF!!! - £350". Wasn't it supposed to be illegal?


What?
chrismac86728/05/2019 14:12

Have you actually bought this? would love to get an opinion on inflatable …Have you actually bought this? would love to get an opinion on inflatable tents am looking for a new one and any feedback is useful. Heat added


I bought an Outwell Holidaymaker 500 inflatable tent and, weather permitting, am 'test driving' it this weekend . I'll report back on Monday to say how it's been.
diddydavro28/05/2019 14:22

I bought an Outwell Holidaymaker 500 inflatable tent and, weather …I bought an Outwell Holidaymaker 500 inflatable tent and, weather permitting, am 'test driving' it this weekend . I'll report back on Monday to say how it's been.


Thanks man, much appreciated. Hope the weekend goes well
Just bought the eurohike 600 air on same site for half the price with excellent reviews
We've got the Outwell Concorde (policotton ~£900 new ) and it is fantastic (but really heavy).... Inflatable tents are pretty easy to pitch...
chrismac86728/05/2019 14:12

Have you actually bought this? would love to get an opinion on inflatable …Have you actually bought this? would love to get an opinion on inflatable tents am looking for a new one and any feedback is useful. Heat added


I've got the 6xl and tbh......it's brilliant.....really sturdy and fast to go up but when you take it down you must set the pump to deflate and use it to properly deflate the tubes
Deathbysexy2028/05/2019 14:34

Just bought the eurohike 600 air on same site for half the price with …Just bought the eurohike 600 air on same site for half the price with excellent reviews


Does it have a stitched in ground sheet? Can't see on site
chrismac86728/05/2019 14:23

Thanks man, much appreciated. Hope the weekend goes well


As promised: We've been camping for 20+ years in 'poled' tents. On our last 2018 outing my wife said the poles we're getting too heavy for her to manage. We thought about packing it all in until we saw a couple erecting an 'air tent'. Last Friday we went camping and followed the instructions to the letter; they say an air tent can be put up by one person, I think it needs two, at least to start off with. Erecting the tent was easy once we’d done the first ‘air beam’ which required my wife to help raise the height of the tent to allow air flow. After that it was a doddle. Then it was a matter of putting the rest of the pegs in and the guy ropes out. All together it took us about 20 mins. We had strong winds one day but the tent remained steady. Taking the tent down was very easy, simply press the two way valves and the tent collapsed into the middle, rolling it up and bagging it took about 15 mins. The only point to note is that you need to make sure all the air is out of the beams before you roll up the tent, which we failed to do!! So in summary I would certainly recommend an air tent; which one you get really depends on your budget and makers preference.
Edited by: "diddydavro" 4th Jun
diddydavro04/06/2019 15:47

As promised: We've been camping for 20+ years in 'poled' tents. On …As promised: We've been camping for 20+ years in 'poled' tents. On our last 2018 outing my wife said the poles we're getting too heavy for her to manage. We thought about packing it all in until we saw a couple erecting an 'air tent'. Last Friday we went camping and followed the instructions to the letter; they say an air tent can be put up by one person, I think it needs two, at least to start off with. Erecting the tent was easy once we’d done the first ‘air beam’ which required my wife to help raise the height of the tent to allow air flow. After that it was a doddle. Then it was a matter of putting the rest of the pegs in and the guy ropes out. All together it took us about 20 mins. We had strong winds one day but the tent remained steady. Taking the tent down was very easy, simply press the two way valves and the tent collapsed into the middle, rolling it up and bagging it took about 15 mins. The only point to note is that you need to make sure all the air is out of the beams before you roll up the tent, which we failed to do!! So in summary I would certainly recommend an air tent; which one you get really depends on your budget and makers preference.


Thanks very much for the review. Appreciate you getting back to me. Sounds like it could be a winner
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