Halfords 2 Man Person XL Dome Tent With Porch 210cm x 150cm 2000mm Waterproof  £16.20 C+C w/code @ Halfords
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Halfords 2 Man Person XL Dome Tent With Porch 210cm x 150cm 2000mm Waterproof £16.20 C+C w/code @ Halfords

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Found 8th Jun
Was £50 & now down to £18 with Free C+C but use code TENTS10 & it will reduce the price down to £16.20.

Decent price, ideal for World Cup parties / stayovers, festivals or kids camping in the back garden

Great for festivals, the Halfords 2 Person XL Dome Tent With Porch provides some extra storage space which is particularly useful for storing those muddy wellies. The dome design has a single skin, making pitching really easy so you have more time to spend enjoying a festival.
Halfords 2 Person XL Dome Tent With Porch Extra Info
  • Berth: 2
  • Sleeping area 210cm x 150cm
  • 2000mm waterproof rating
  • Design: Blue & charcoal dome design
  • Porch extends out by 50cm with a maximum width of 150cm
  • Approximate weight 2.46kg
  • Packed size 58cm x 15cm x 15cm

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The 2000hh wouldn't bother me at all, i've used tents with this spec even in heavy rain and they've all been fine. At one time 2000hh or less was the norm.
More of an issue will be the condensation, with this being a single skin. I wouldn't buy single skin tents, no matter how cheap they are.
For those new to camping, I'd suggest that oyu really take notice of the intending uses... 'waterproof' is a very lose term, and 2000mm HH is really quite low. Anything more than a light rain in a breeze, and you'll likely see water ingress... And unless you sleep on camping mats, you WILL touch the sides and increase any ingress...
Don't try taking this on holiday unless you can GURANTEE your weather.
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For those new to camping, I'd suggest that oyu really take notice of the intending uses... 'waterproof' is a very lose term, and 2000mm HH is really quite low. Anything more than a light rain in a breeze, and you'll likely see water ingress... And unless you sleep on camping mats, you WILL touch the sides and increase any ingress...
Don't try taking this on holiday unless you can GURANTEE your weather.
The 2000hh wouldn't bother me at all, i've used tents with this spec even in heavy rain and they've all been fine. At one time 2000hh or less was the norm.
More of an issue will be the condensation, with this being a single skin. I wouldn't buy single skin tents, no matter how cheap they are.
Biker.Jeff21 m ago

The 2000hh wouldn't bother me at all, i've used tents with this spec even …The 2000hh wouldn't bother me at all, i've used tents with this spec even in heavy rain and they've all been fine. At one time 2000hh or less was the norm.More of an issue will be the condensation, with this being a single skin. I wouldn't buy single skin tents, no matter how cheap they are.


Agree with you on this also. i have been camping nearly a year in South America (Patagonia more specifically) weather s good, this s fine. Yes, condensation was an issue!!!
In 4 1. Good luck everyone.
Wow! Will this work in my back garden as well as Patagonia?
Got one last week, the kids love it. I would recommend it for the money
I got one of these for Leeds festival a few years ago seemed to keep me dry over night until the morning when I prodded the ceiling, at which point all the condensation came flooding down line a mini rain cloud had formed inside the tent.
Basically always double skin
Single Skin and low Hydrostatic Head be damned! At a shade over £15 C&C, this is a perfect little addition to the family casual camping gear. I got plenty of fancy stuff to keep me dry if it's for ME - the children, they're young enough to suffer.

I've seen people inadvertently wreck the Pop-Up style tents trying to 'bend' them to pop-down again. This is no better or worse than the specs of those, but with [I suspect] a preferable, more packable, form factor when it's down. (Similar/lower price than most pop-ups too.)

Thanks OP! Appreciated the find. I've taken a punt on it : )
World Cup Party?
Not a Man and Woman tent, but a two Man tent!
Bought it for under 16 quid over a week ago when Halfords had 15% off. Took it to the beach in Sussex just for a laugh during the days and did its job. I probably wouldn't take it for proper camping for for two days half decent weather, should be fine.
As others have said do yourself a favour and spend £10 more on a high quality tent that will last
Edited by: "OP64" 9th Jun
bilbob8th Jun

For those new to camping, I'd suggest that oyu really take notice of the …For those new to camping, I'd suggest that oyu really take notice of the intending uses... 'waterproof' is a very lose term, and 2000mm HH is really quite low. Anything more than a light rain in a breeze, and you'll likely see water ingress... And unless you sleep on camping mats, you WILL touch the sides and increase any ingress...Don't try taking this on holiday unless you can GURANTEE your weather.


Any recommendations for a decent tent that can sleep an adult and child?Looking to get one and take my kids out on wild camping trips on separate occasions.Live in Skipton so should have plenty of spots to pick from near by.
I live near Skipton. Loads of places. What sort of price point/spec? Will you be carrying it walking?
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