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Vango Odyssey Inflatable Family Tunnel Tent, Epsom Green, Airbeam 600 £235.54 @ Amazon
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Vango Odyssey Inflatable Family Tunnel Tent, Epsom Green, Airbeam 600 £235.54 @ Amazon

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Posted 17th Oct 2019

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Odyssey Air 600Six person family tent with full stand-up head heightSpeed is what we love about the Vango AirBeam Odyssey Collection. This range of inflatable tents has been designed to combine quick and easy pitching with spacious living and sleeping areas providing a real home from home feel on any camping trip. The collection incorporates features such as full mesh doors, linked-in groundsheet, storage pockets and lights-out inner tents so you can have a great nights sleep.
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Regularly that price and been cheaper a number of times
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Vango are a quality brand & it’s a decent price when you compare it to the Decathlon & GoOutdoors own brand offerings.
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Regularly that price and been cheaper a number of times
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I hate tents where the front door slopes inwards not good for when it rains, I think this range has a poled porch.
woolymammoth860617/10/2019 17:36

I hate tents where the front door slopes inwards not good for when it …I hate tents where the front door slopes inwards not good for when it rains, I think this range has a poled porch.



But it's extra isn't it?
Edited by: "jasee" 17th Oct 2019
Vango are a quality brand & it’s a decent price when you compare it to the Decathlon & GoOutdoors own brand offerings.
walke_mr17/10/2019 16:51

Regularly that price and been cheaper a number of times [Image]


That wouldn't appear to be backed up by your graphic unless I am reading it incorrectly.

Great price for a great tent.

Heat.
MrBeansDrivingInstructor19/10/2019 00:57

That wouldn't appear to be backed up by your graphic unless I am reading …That wouldn't appear to be backed up by your graphic unless I am reading it incorrectly. Great price for a great tent.Heat.


The price has just dropped by £20 since the deal and my image was posted which reinforces what I posted at the time, this is a better deal not at £260 as opposed to £280 when the comment was made
walke_mr19/10/2019 01:04

The price has just dropped by £20 since the deal and my image was posted …The price has just dropped by £20 since the deal and my image was posted which reinforces what I posted at the time, this is a better deal not at £260 as opposed to £280 when the comment was made


You mean the original post said £180?
Family tent lol yeah right
walke_mr17/10/2019 16:51

Regularly that price and been cheaper a number of times [Image]


Really you mean "Often a bit more than this circa 285 and once been cheaper"
I have this tent and is great.
Easy up, easy down.
Very well made.
I'd recommend getting some better pegs but that's about it.
(I worked out I've spent over a year camping one way or another so feel qualified on this)
Does anyone know where I can get an adaptor to connect this to the wife? She’s full of wind
I’ve got one of these, can comfortably sleep 4 in the rear compartments, while there’s plenty of space in the front for a decent living area. I paid more for this too. There’s a footprint and an internal carpet which are worth getting if you want to pimp it out a bit.

Not sure why it’s “inflatable” though.
Edited by: "acogshot" 19th Oct 2019
acogshot19/10/2019 11:11

I’ve got one of these, can comfortably sleep 4 in the rear compartments, w …I’ve got one of these, can comfortably sleep 4 in the rear compartments, while there’s plenty of space in the front for a decent living area. I paid more for this too. There’s a footprint and an internal carpet which are worth getting if you want to pimp it out a bit.Not sure why it’s “inflatable” though.


Because you inflate the air beams, I'm doubting you have this
Edited by: "windta1ker" 19th Oct 2019
walke_mr17/10/2019 16:51

Regularly that price and been cheaper a number of times [Image]


Seems like it hasn't been cheaper actually...
I sleep in this when the misses is annoyed at me
Thanks for posting @TheWookieMonster we have added this thread to the Highlights pages
windta1ker19/10/2019 11:44

Because you inflate the air beams, I'm doubting you have this



No, you are right. I have the one with poles. Didn't even realise inflatable airbeams was a thing.
acogshot20/10/2019 02:06

No, you are right. I have the one with poles. Didn't even realise …No, you are right. I have the one with poles. Didn't even realise inflatable airbeams was a thing.


I'm still using steel myself, but yes inflatables have been around a while, not sure I really see an advantage really (apart from weight)

I am considering a smaller weekend tent though, so might give it some more thought
Anyone got experience of using this in locations of torrential rain and winds? Planning a Scottish island trip next year.
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