Halfords 4 Man Tent Pack - WEB EXCLUSIVE £59.99 - TODAY ONLY! Was £149.99
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Halfords 4 Man Tent Pack - WEB EXCLUSIVE £59.99 - TODAY ONLY! Was £149.99

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Found 18th Jun 2013
HALFORDS 4 MAN TENT PACK PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Halfords 4 Man Tent Pack is a great starting point for your camping adventure. The simple tunnel design means that there is plenty of room for four people with two bedrooms and a spacious living area in the centre of the tent.

The living area is standing height making it easy to get in and out of the tent so you can easily shelter if it rains.

The pack includes a 4 Man double skin tent, four rectangular sleeping bags, two double airbeds and a handy carry bag to keep everything in one place.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS OF THE HALFORDS 4 MAN TENT PACK

Berth: 4 Man
Pitched size: 480cm x 180cm x 200cm (LxWxH)
Pitching: Flysheet first
Hydrostatic Head: 1500mm
Design: Tunnel
Tent Pack includes: 4 Rectangular Sleeping bags, 2 Double Airbeds and a Carry bag

34 Comments

Great find!

Bargain for what you get in the package

Hot hot

This was a great deal at £62.99 that it was all weekend so even better now! Bought one on Friday used it on the weekend was great although the sleeping bags are not very good but the air beds held air all night and the tent itself didn't leak at all.

hmm i wonder why people are voting cold? double airbeds are minimum £10 each or so i thought so thats £20 right there, 4 x sleeping bags (albeit not the best quality according to reviews on halfords and thanks to djfrogger) say a fiver each so £20 so you're getting ahuge tent for £19.99 ..seems good to me, i'm just mulling over if i need or will use one..:)

Says £75 on site

Original Poster

louisestokes_ox

Says £75 on site



...And just below it says...

WEB EXCLUSIVE £59.99 - TODAY ONLY!
Discount applied in basket

Ah sorted it thanks ordered one

Does it have to have 4 men or could it have say 1 man and 3 women?

littletime

Does it have to have 4 men or could it have say 1 man and 3 women?



Like your thinking ;o)

I can vouch that it fit's 1 man (me) and 4 women very comfertably

Lewman

I can vouch that it fit's 1 man (me) and 4 women very comfertably



Why would you want to go against the specs of the tent, & risk your own comfort?

Some people, the mind boggles (_;)
Edited by: "OldEnglish" 18th Jun 2013

Great deal, wife is trying to tempt me into going camping so might give it a try. Have seen a different one at Go Outdoors but just the tent and no airbeds or sleeping bags

With 1500mm HH it's only suitable for dry conditions... However the whole set for this price - hot for me.

well if any of you have ever camped before ,whenever its rains hard ,its always halfords tents tents that always leak and people all seem to take small kids and them and there stuff get wet ,many have left behind in the field !!!!!!
maybe ok for a sleepover in garden in nice weather is about it

maxymalny - what is a decent level of waterproof HH required for a tent and do you have examples of decent tents as an alternative?
Obviously I reckon alternatives will not be at the same price point.

Edited by: "jdandi" 18th Jun 2013

Considering who's in government at the moment everyone should buy one of these just incase.

4 berth generally fits 2 people max comfortably. (Maybe one young child extra could fit in).

We have one of these as our backup tent.

Just a word of caution about the tent. It's fine as a good-weather, summer tent. It doesn't have a sewn-in groundsheet so in heavy rain or when camping on a slope the water will come underneath the flysheet.

As others have commented, the sleeping bags are poor - probably good enough for the aforementioned good-weather camping though - and the matresses don't compare to a decent one (such as the Camping Gaz ones which we use).

So if you're going camping on a level site or in good weather and for a couple of nights this will be fine.

bought it before, checked quality, and returned. agree with helmethead, only for good weather.

Bought one 3 years ago (for £70 then, so I think the RRP is a little exaggerated!) and have used it twice, both times at Glasto. Tent itself is bob on - easy to put up, although with only being 1500HH it's not totally waterproof, but even with the **** weather of 2011 it withstood most of the rain, apart from where it met the ground of course, due to the non attached groundsheet.
Slept 3 adults no problem, could sleep 4, poss even 5 if one goes in the middle section.
Sleeping bags are very thin, but just wear more layers!
Airbeds lasted fine the 1st year, flat as a pancake by the 2nd year though.
All in all, for the price it's recommended for your average camping trip, heat added
HTH

Edited by: "TeeKay10" 18th Jun 2013

unrandomsam

4 berth generally fits 2 people max comfortably. (Maybe one young child … 4 berth generally fits 2 people max comfortably. (Maybe one young child extra could fit in).


It has two separate bedrooms which can hold a double airbed each, so unless you sleep in a different room to your partner, it should sleep 4 fine.
Edited by: "oddballjamie" 18th Jun 2013

JESUS!

Like your thinking ;o)



Yeah me too Jesus! I'm in that tent!

150 my a...

as with all tents 4 man berth means 2 normal average blokes or 4 skeletons or 6 supermodels

royals

as with all tents 4 man berth means 2 normal average blokes or 4 … as with all tents 4 man berth means 2 normal average blokes or 4 skeletons or 6 supermodels



Not everyone in the UK is a Hamplanet yet, give it another 10 years.

allthough ive voted hot for this ..ive decided to go for this one .with carpet and footprint . halfords.com/web…906 . much better quality in all respects and I dont want to be put off camping if it lashes down on my first camping trip

picked mine up tonight. idea is for when me and the missus want to slip off for an evening to get up next day and go walking.
if we use it ince, its paid for itself.

heat added, thanks

littletime

Does it have to have 4 men or could it have say 1 man and 3 women?



Depends if you like fish or meat

although yesterday it said "today only" it's still on tonight

maxymalny

With 1500mm HH it's only suitable for dry conditions... However the whole … With 1500mm HH it's only suitable for dry conditions... However the whole set for this price - hot for me.



That is complete ****. The MOD class anything over 800hh as fully waterproof, and I think they know a thing or two about keeping people dry whilst in the worst conditions.

I love how 'campers' trot out they hydrostatic head thing to make it seem like they know what they're talking about.

Pretty much any tent sold in the UK will withstand most weather we have in this country, if it's so bad our to warrant worrying about it leaking, I'd be more concerned with being flooded from the bottom up, or being blown away.

To put the hydrostatic head in to perspective, 1500hh requires 1500mm, that's a 1.5m high constant stream of water for it to show signs of leaking, ofcourse wind force would require less of a stream of water to penetrative the fabric, but you're talking torrential driving rain, constantly for a long period for a tent with that kind if rating to begin to leak.

What a lot of campers confuse with 'leaking' is leaking by the seams or condensation.

When you get this tent, set it up, get a hose pointing at it and turn it on full blast, get in the tent and see if it leaks, and then try to think of a time you have ever seen rain that would be similar to that in this country.

maxymalny

With 1500mm HH it's only suitable for dry conditions... However the … With 1500mm HH it's only suitable for dry conditions... However the whole set for this price - hot for me.

jdandi

maxymalny - what is a decent level of waterproof HH required for a tent … maxymalny - what is a decent level of waterproof HH required for a tent and do you have examples of decent tents as an alternative?Obviously I reckon alternatives will not be at the same price point.



I must be really unlucky with my 1500hh tents. Don't forget, maybe you could survive one night of rain, but if you want to use it for longer, you want to make sure, that everything inside is dry. Don't get me wrong, I think the deal is hot because of the whole set for good price, however, I had a halfords tent before and wasn't impressed.



Maybe this one: amazon.co.uk/Van…703 (£79.99, 3000HH)? I'm thinking about buying one and not spending a fortune. Checked on few websites and this one has good specs and reviews, only seems to be a bit small, but I can leave some stuff in the car, so... will probably buy it soon

eset12345

That is complete ****. The MOD class anything over 800hh as fully … That is complete ****. The MOD class anything over 800hh as fully waterproof, and I think they know a thing or two about keeping people dry whilst in the worst conditions. I love how 'campers' trot out they hydrostatic head thing to make it seem like they know what they're talking about. Pretty much any tent sold in the UK will withstand most weather we have in this country, if it's so bad our to warrant worrying about it leaking, I'd be more concerned with being flooded from the bottom up, or being blown away. To put the hydrostatic head in to perspective, 1500hh requires 1500mm, that's a 1.5m high constant stream of water for it to show signs of leaking, ofcourse wind force would require less of a stream of water to penetrative the fabric, but you're talking torrential driving rain, constantly for a long period for a tent with that kind if rating to begin to leak. What a lot of campers confuse with 'leaking' is leaking by the seams or condensation. When you get this tent, set it up, get a hose pointing at it and turn it on full blast, get in the tent and see if it leaks, and then try to think of a time you have ever seen rain that would be similar to that in this country.



I have a 1500 and it had no issues with 6 hours or heavy rain when pretty windy, so I'd pretty much agree with your comments.
Edited by: "hodgster" 22nd Jun 2013

Banned

Errmm. Just linked and it is still the same bloomin price. Wisen up - no such thing as a free lunch. Jeeesus.
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