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Urban Escape Osaki 3 Man TentThe
Urban Escape Osaki 3 Man Tentis a spacious walk in height double skin tent with a large, bright living area and plenty of additional features for added comfort. The sewn in groundsheet reduces draughts and the dual layer bedroom door gives added protection from insects.
Urban Escape Osaki 3 Man Tent Extra Info
- Berth: 3
- Pitched Size: 360cm x 230cm x 195cm (LxWxH)
- Pack Size: 65cm x 22cm x 22cm
- Pitching: Flysheet first
- Hydrostatic Head: 3000mm
- Design: Tunnel
- Colour Coded Poles
- Electric cable access point
- Full mesh mosquito net on bedroom door
- Extra ventilation points
- Built in storage pockets
- 360cm Length
- 230cm Width
- 195cm Height
- 230cm Bedroom Length
- 130cm Porch Length
Please note: Never take a BBQ containing used charcoal into any confined space, including tents and caravans. Once a charcoal BBQ has been lit, it can continue to emit poisonous carbon monoxide gas, even after it appears to have cooled down.
Waterproof Rating: 3000mm Approx Pitch Time: 25 mins Berth: 3 Man Tent Canopy: Yes Groundsheet: Sewn In Hydrostatic Head: 3000mm Maximum Head Height: 195cm Number of Bedrooms: 1 Number of Doors: 1 Pack Size: 67x24cm Packed Weight: 8.2kg Pitched size: 195(H) x 230(W) x 360(L) Pole Material: Fibreglass/Steel Skin: Double Taped Seams: Yes Type: Tunnel
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 60 reviewers.Rated 5 out of 5 by Raychm Great little tent for one or two Bought this tent for a two day event to go away in on my own. Bedroom space is huge and would easily take three adults (without bags etc). The living space is small but enough for a couple of chairs and a small table and is easily increased by unhooking the bedroom inner (if you don't have a huge air bed). I was worried that I wouldn't be able to put it up alone but managed it in around 40 minutes (I am mid 40's not terribly fit). Might have struggled if it was windy!!! I also left the inner inside the tent instead when I took it down, and managed to get it all back in the bag. Take stronger tent pegs... 21 July 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by Laura1961 Tent Well worth the money fantastic buy easy to set up in 10 min 03 July 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by Emzy23 Spacious 2 man tent Plenty of room for 2 people, might be cosy with 3 people. Bonus that you can stand up. Really easy and quick to set up/down.Withstands rain well. Shame there is no fly net on the door. 24 June 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by TCope123 Great tent and excellent value This tent is a good size, easy to set up, seems good quality and is excellent value. Particularly like the integrated ground sheets. Only used once so far and it stayed dry inside. I hope this continues with future use. 15 June 2016Rated 4 out of 5 by BeauyDog Good tent for the money Overall very pleased by the tent on first use in Edale over a very cold and sometimes windy bank holiday weekend! Agree with other reviewers that being able to zip the bottom of the door would make it more rain and wind proof - therefore warmer!! Felt the poles need tighter shock cording and instructions need to spell out (which I'd forgotten) that poles need to be pushed through not pulled and similarly pushed out when taking down. 02 May 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by kcaz1 BEST TENT Easy set up. Looks rather small on the outside but is massive inside. Great little extras like storage pockets & hooks. I've had many tents but this one is the best. Still can not believe the price, over the moon with it. I did buy extra pegs. 24 April 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by BiddyCamper Excellent Purchase As with several other reviewers I bought this tent as I wanted a bit more space than my pop-up tent offered and the room to be able to sit in a chair and also stand up. Had a trial run at pitching it (with a bit of assistance) in my sister's garden (rather worried as couldn't see the neighbour's cat after we had packed it away again but all was well - it reappeared the next day and was not, as we feared, rolled up in the tent). Trial paid off as then managed to pitch it by myself when it went on its inaugural trip. Yes it took me longer than stated on info but for a 59 year old female, I was pretty chuffed. Very spacious - had loads of room - and oh the joy of being able to walk in and out rather than having to crawl all the time. Weather threw everything at it - torrential rail, almost gale force winds and yes - even a bit of sunshine - and it withstood it all. Again, as with other reviewers, once I had initially clipped the bedroom in, I've left it in - much easier. Managed to pack it up and get it back in the bag with no difficulty. Hopefully both pitching and packing away with be a bit speedier next time now I have more idea what I'm dealing with. All in all an excellent purchase (particularly as I got it in the sale) and would recommend to anyone. 29 March 2016Rated 4 out of 5 by HAS1 Good height & plenty of Slavs Getting too old & creaky to crawl about in my old dome tent; bought this on a whim ready for a camping trip later this "summer." Not cheap, but worth paying extra just for the head-room. I was able to pitch it on my own - the two dogs were not much help, despite a keen interest in what I was up to in the garden. (Getting the outer tent back into the bag was more of a challenge.) Fortunately, I tried pitching the tent in the garden first, as the dogs are able to get out between the door & the ground-sheet - why is there no zip there? Also, a lot of insects were able to use the same route in reverse to invade the living area, which filled with spiders, beetles, small flies etc - good job we don't have many snakes in this country! Unfortunately, I managed to pitch the tent for the first time less than an hour before the current monsoon season started. Day one there was a young lake in the living area; day two it was a small pond. Following 30 seconds of warm sun, the tent dried out & yesterday there was only a slight drip. I'm hoping that having got wet & dried out, it will be fully waterproof as stated in the instructions - especially as I haven't yet traced the leak. Aparrt from that, it seems really waterproof - it poured down during last night, but no sign - yet! - of any more water inside ... Using the porch door as a canopy is a good idea, but unless you can arrange for the wind to blow from behind, then any rain comes straight into the porch. The tent's quality is generally good but not wonderful: several hems have not been caught in the stitching; the velcro on one of the "curtains" is slightly misaligned; the pegs spin four. Yes, you can buy better, bulkier ones - but they need to fit into the bag afterward too. But taken overall, I love it, mainly because very few other smaller-sized (I.e. fewer than 4 or 5 people) tents offer full-height headroom, and certainly not at this price. Also, the colour is nice & discreet without being ugly. 31 July 2015
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