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Berghaus Air 6 Inflatable Tent £509.15 @ Millets
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Berghaus Air 6 Inflatable Tent £509.15 @ Millets

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Fantastic tents, easy to pitch and plenty of room inside for 6 people and luggage.

Not sure this is the cheapest they have ever been, but as certain righteous members have pointed out, the camping season is fast approaching and that's no lie.
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This tent looks great and acts great – your camping experience will greatly improve with the outstanding waterproof performance and ventilation system. Think a tent like this will take forever to set up? Think again. The robust inflatable beams take just minutes to blow up and are just as quick to deflate making this the perfect family tent.

Features

  • 6 man tent – Tunnel design with 2x pre-attached bedroom and 1x spacious living room.
  • Fully waterproof – 70 Denier flysheet with 6000mm Hydrostatic Head and fully taped seamed with a rain hood above the door to keep you and your belongings dry.
  • Inflatable beams – No need for fiddly poles, instead the tent has 5x rapid inflating high-performance air beams with dual action stirrup pump. Includes pressure gauge.
  • Quick to pitch – Inflates in minutes.
  • Easy to take down – Spring loaded, quick release air valves allow the tent to deflate in seconds with just the touch of a button.
  • Breathable inner tent – 185T polyester to prevent condensation with darkened rooms for a cool and easy to sleep in the tent.
  • Ventilated – High and low-level vents and meshed doors for improved airflow.
  • Secure – 4x corner stake pegs, as well as round wire pegs with adjustable pegging points for a secure hold.
  • Sewn-in groundsheet – Fully taped seams.
  • Fire retardant – Tested to the BS EN 5912 standard.
  • Spacious – Excellent headroom in living area and bedrooms. Remove the bathtub style bedroom and tuck away the doors into a corner pocket for extra space or zip close the bedroom door for extra privacy.
  • Large windows – For extra light and visibility with polycotton curtains for privacy, designed with toggles for multiple height options.
  • Side doors - One step-through and one C-shaped to prevent leaks and draughts.
  • Storage pockets – A large organiser below the window, 5x pockets in the living area and pockets in the bedroom for a tidy and organised tent.
  • Electric hook up – Zipped access point on both sides of the tent with Velcro tidies to run the cable to a lantern point.
  • Transportable – Packs a way into a wheeled carry bag with adjustable buckles.
  • Size: H217 x L730 x W250cm
  • Pack size: 88 x 52 47cm
  • Weight: 26.5kg
  • Add-ons:Carpet and Footprint
  • Recommended tent pressure: between 4psi and 7psi - Temperature and outdoor pressure can affect the pressure within the tube. Please note over inflation can cause the tubes to burst.

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Monkeybumcheeks31/03/2019 21:47

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He thinks the floor might inflate like an air bed. It's not a stupid question and there is no need for that tone.
BeerGoggles01/04/2019 00:11

He thinks the floor might inflate like an air bed. It's not a stupid …He thinks the floor might inflate like an air bed. It's not a stupid question and there is no need for that tone.


Thanks. That is what i was wondering about. On the reply i got, some people are not allowed to speak at home so they tend to show their mental age when online by showing no courtesy.
Monkeybumcheeks13 h, 26 m ago

I disagree, it is sheer stupidity.


Msbaig has come onto this forum for some advice & help. Such a shame when certain forum members use sarcasm & inflammatory words like stupidity. I think it is a fair question for someone who has no prior knowledge of airbeam tents to ask. Let’s all try & be friendly & helpful to each other - it makes the world a better place. 😁
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TIPTOPTASTIC,good post OP, thanks!!
They also have the Air 8 for £636.65 if you need more space
Edited by: "Monkeybumcheeks" 31st Mar
This should really take off.
Very good tents - I have the Air 4 for weekends and it's a very very good tent.
SPORTPACK21 m ago

This should really take off.


It's a tent, not a balloon!
Cracking Tent, I have this 6 berth and it's been superb through wet weeks in Cornwall, plenty of space and easy to pitch.
Great tent, we’ve got the Air 8 and it’s been out in all weathers! If I doubt about the size go larger, it’s nice to have the room and it takes about 90 seconds to put up if you’ve got two pumps (we got an extra one with the air awning).
I bought the Air 6 last year for about £540. Still money well spent in my opinion. These tents are quality and should last a lifetime....I would definitely invest in one of the footprints to go under the tent, it means you can pack the tent away clean and not have to worry if there's any mud caked to it
Edited by: "Monkeybumcheeks" 31st Mar
"Fantastic tents, easy to pitch and plenty of room inside for 6 people and luggage.

Fairly sure this is the cheapest they have ever been"

Unfortunately not, - £325 is the cheapest they have appeared for on here and quite often less than £400 ( Paid £386 a few months ago). Whilst this is a good price for this tent currently, if you can wait until autumn then the price is likely to drop again
Thetrout31/03/2019 18:01

"Fantastic tents, easy to pitch and plenty of room inside for 6 people and …"Fantastic tents, easy to pitch and plenty of room inside for 6 people and luggage.Fairly sure this is the cheapest they have ever been"Unfortunately not, - £325 is the cheapest they have appeared for on here and quite often less than £400 ( Paid £386 a few months ago). Whilst this is a good price for this tent currently, if you can wait until autumn then the price is likely to drop again


Have you got a link to that....
I’ve had the Air 4 & recently purchased the Air 4 XL. Amazing tents, great quality, decent features & easy to pitch. Great value for money. Might be worth taking TheTrout’s advice & sitting tight for a cheaper deal.
Might be a stupid question- how is the floor inside these tents for sleeping? Does the floor get comfortable for sleeping or it remains hard like floor under it?
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Berghaus never fails.
This or the vantago? I'm only planning on using it a few times per year.
This, vango waterproofing is nowhere near as good unless you pay another £1000 to get 6000mm waterproofing, most vango tents are either 3000 or 4000.
roarty31/03/2019 22:23

This, vango waterproofing is nowhere near as good unless you pay another …This, vango waterproofing is nowhere near as good unless you pay another £1000 to get 6000mm waterproofing, most vango tents are either 3000 or 4000.


No correct. A vital part of waterproof element is the stitching. This tent is ok but no Vango or Outwell in terms of quality.
EMGPORT019 m ago

No correct. A vital part of waterproof element is the stitching. This tent …No correct. A vital part of waterproof element is the stitching. This tent is ok but no Vango or Outwell in terms of quality.


Shouldn't this deal;

hotukdeals.com/dea…728

Be hotter then?
Monkeybumcheeks31/03/2019 21:47

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Might be a stupid question, but need to know. Unicorn farts..... if I pitch it on fluffy Unicorn farts, will the smell seep through?
Edited by: "Lefty" 31st Mar
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If you drink Leprechauns whiskey. No.
Lefty13 m ago

Might be a stupid question, but need to know. Unicorn farts..... if I …Might be a stupid question, but need to know. Unicorn farts..... if I pitch it on fluffy Unicorn farts, will the smell seep through?


No.

A fluffy unicorn fart is the densest gas in the universe.
Monkeybumcheeks31/03/2019 21:47

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He thinks the floor might inflate like an air bed. It's not a stupid question and there is no need for that tone.
BeerGoggles01/04/2019 00:11

He thinks the floor might inflate like an air bed. It's not a stupid …He thinks the floor might inflate like an air bed. It's not a stupid question and there is no need for that tone.


I disagree, it is sheer stupidity.
I suppose it is glaringly obvious to those of us who have been camping. For those new to it, and there will be plenty this year due to Brexit worries (flying abroad) etc, the person may simply have no idea what it involves.
For those people, may i suggest a gentle wander around a campsite asking the campers about their tents (everyone likes a natter about their tents). From this point, you get an idea what may suit you. As for walking around a camp site, i'm not being sarcastic, we've done it and it helps no end on deciding what is good for you.
Best of luck and i hope you enjoy camping.
BeerGoggles01/04/2019 00:11

He thinks the floor might inflate like an air bed. It's not a stupid …He thinks the floor might inflate like an air bed. It's not a stupid question and there is no need for that tone.


Thanks. That is what i was wondering about. On the reply i got, some people are not allowed to speak at home so they tend to show their mental age when online by showing no courtesy.
msbaig35 m ago

Thanks. That is what i was wondering about. On the reply i got, some …Thanks. That is what i was wondering about. On the reply i got, some people are not allowed to speak at home so they tend to show their mental age when online by showing no courtesy.


The floor of the tent will be very thin, its just a ground sheet and another similar material on top in the bedroom. So ideally you will still need airbeds/air mattress. Or for greater comfort a folding camp-bed. You can also get rollaway foam mats but you will still feel the ground through them, so mattress or camp-bed it is
If I am shelling out 500 quid on something I would want to know the specs or maybe even check it out in the flesh beforehand.

Msbaig was wondering/implying that the entire floor was inflatable...not very practical for a tent and downright stupid too....think about it.
danieljcroberts15 h, 35 m ago

This or the vantago? I'm only planning on using it a few times per year.


Definitely the Berghaus😁
Monkeybumcheeks13 h, 26 m ago

I disagree, it is sheer stupidity.


Msbaig has come onto this forum for some advice & help. Such a shame when certain forum members use sarcasm & inflammatory words like stupidity. I think it is a fair question for someone who has no prior knowledge of airbeam tents to ask. Let’s all try & be friendly & helpful to each other - it makes the world a better place. 😁
This is not a great price for this tent. Sure I bought the air 8 for around the same price a few years back. It’s nearly camping season so you’re going to be paying a premium.
A great tent - it packs away easy but bloomin hell its big, filled the boot of our car couldnt take much more kit without getting a roof box
bigjay_uk01/04/2019 16:22

This is not a great price for this tent. Sure I bought the air 8 for …This is not a great price for this tent. Sure I bought the air 8 for around the same price a few years back. It’s nearly camping season so you’re going to be paying a premium.


Power up the time machine
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2018 Air 6 model in Ultimate Outdoors
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Air 8 2018 model @ Ultimate Outdoors
Monkeybumcheeks37 m ago

I don't think …I don't think so.....https://www.ultimateoutdoors.com/equipment/102458-berghaus-air-6-tent-mid-blue.htmlIf the code worked it would be a good deal !


No code needed, Instore only.2018 model.
My brother and sister have both bought Air tents(£1300+ ones)last year and although I think cool and wow when looking around them at exhibitions, when we went last summer for a long weekend watching them put them up and take them down I suddenly realised the only benefit seemed to be some weight/space of not having a bag of 2 ton steel polls. We got ours up faster and easier in blazing heat.

They had long 8 man tunnel tents and each poll thing had to be pumped up with a hand/standing pump to check the pressure is exact. Each one therefore took more effort than the 3 poles we join together for each section. Taking it down you obviously have to get all the air out of each one to fold it all up in the bag. Again us 3 poles. Collapse and in the bag.

If its a big tent and you think 1 man can put it up on his own by pumping up 5 pole sections then think again.
bobothebear01/04/2019 19:23

My brother and sister have both bought Air tents(£1300+ ones)last year and …My brother and sister have both bought Air tents(£1300+ ones)last year and although I think cool and wow when looking around them at exhibitions, when we went last summer for a long weekend watching them put them up and take them down I suddenly realised the only benefit seemed to be some weight/space of not having a bag of 2 ton steel polls. We got ours up faster and easier in blazing heat.They had long 8 man tunnel tents and each poll thing had to be pumped up with a hand/standing pump to check the pressure is exact. Each one therefore took more effort than the 3 poles we join together for each section. Taking it down you obviously have to get all the air out of each one to fold it all up in the bag. Again us 3 poles. Collapse and in the bag.If its a big tent and you think 1 man can put it up on his own by pumping up 5 pole sections then think again.


My wife can put our berghaus air 8 tent up on her own in ten minutes. It’s ridiculously easy. It’s the putting it away that can sometimes be tricky.
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