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Bedroom: 280 x 210cm | Stand-up living area: 6.5 m² with bathtub groundsheet
Very quick to set up: all-in-one inflatable structure and pre-mounted room
Living area with ventilated flysheet | 1 large screen window
UPF 30 fabric: lets in sunlight and filters out some of the UV rays
Tropical rain laboratory test | Under shower: 200 mm of water per hour per m²
Withstands force 7 winds - around 60 km/h | Wind tunnel test
Rectangular cover | 75 x 30 x 32 cm | 72 litres | 12.5 kg
This is the easiest tent I've ever put up. From taking out of the bag first time to full inflation took less than ten minutes. Brilliant.
Easy to put up. Will leave update after a week of using it in may. Only wish it had a foot net to keep bugs out.
Purchased tent for camping this year, had it blown up and pegged in garden just over 15 minutes. Easy to set up. Can’t wait to use properly
excellent service from start to finish and very fast delivery
Not inflated yet but after a delivery hiccup (which was sorted out very quickly) I was please with the service and delivery of the item.
Great Tent Great price cant wait to use it for real
Bought the tent for a "glamping" getaway at the beach. Felt like I could do a better job than what companies were charging, plus I get to keep the tent! The tent is easy to set up. It's all self-contained. You're essentially standing up a big grocery bag with openings. You just take it out of the bag, unroll it to it's rectangular footprint, secure the corners with the provided tent pegs, inflate the 3 support frames and then pull the tent taut with the attached guy lines and more tent pegs. There's a YouTube video with a guy who took 20 mins to set it up and he did a very thorough job, including putting down an additional ground sheet (which you can purchase from Decathlon). It can be done quicker if you don't use all the guy lines (if the weather's mild and it's not windy). Takes as much time to pack up when you're done. More importantly, setting up can be a 1 person job. In comparison, my friend and I gave up after what must have been an hour of trying to set up an additional tarp with free-standing poles because the tarp was flapping around in the wind. The only way you could make setting up this tent faster is if it could spring out of the bag, but it's way too big for that. Can't say how good it is for seasoned campers using it under extreme weather conditions. But it worked very well on a windy grass field next to the beach in Singapore. Looked strong and sturdy even as the sea breeze came at it. Was waterproof during a short downpour. It's also really spacious. You can't quite stand up in the bedroom but the was room to do so in the living room. Didn't feel cramped at all. It's very versatile in that you can sleep in it, or just set it up for a day if you need some shelter outdoors. The tent fabric isn't black out material. Not an issue during the day, but might be at night. I assume most tents are like this. Decathlon sells a slightly pricier blackout version of this model so if absolute darkness is what you need, that's the model for you. The tent, however, has a few minor issues. As another reviewer said the sloped entrance does allow water to come in if you don't zip and velcro it closed well. I experienced this. I can see this being a major issue in heavy rain with wind blowing against the entrance but you can keep the tent water tight if you're careful enough. It also rolls back up bigger than how it comes out of the factory. I guess this is to be expected, and the bag they provide anticipates this (it's quite loose around the factory-rolled brand-new tent) but you can't be sloppy when you pack it up. The bag's pretty well made but I can see it ripping if you try to force the tent in. You also have to buy the red pump from Decathlon to inflate it to 7 PSI. That's additional cost, but it's useful for inflating other things like beach toys and air mattresses. Plus the pump can also help with the deflation. This tent isn't cheap, but it's very well designed and made. You get what you pay for!
Thank you for your review for the Inflatable Camping Tent - Air Seconds 4.1 - 4 Person - 1 Room! :)
I am delighted to find you're happy with this product. Yes indeed, this Inflatable Camping Tent - Air Seconds 4.1 - 4 Person - 1 Room is spacious, good quality, fast to set up, waterproof and windproof! This product helps to reduce heat, thanks to the ventilated flysheet at the living area, 1 large screen window. Yes, this product can be dark at day, thanks to the UPF 30 Fabric where it lets in sunlight and filters out some of the UV Rays! :)
I hope you enjoy your purchase with us and hope to see you around at Decathlon soon! :)
Sports Advisor (Climbing & Trekking)
It was a choice between the new version with the heat blocking material or this one. While there is really a benefit from the features of the new one, the 6k difference made me choose the older version. Already used it twice and it was fun and comfortable.
Inflatable tent is cool
Having done the pole tent camping for years and listened to the odd pole crack, then having the faff of repairing it, I decided to invest in a inflatable one. I haven't been let down. I managed to erect it on my own in wind and heavy rain. It went up quickly and once pegged down, very stable. It has tollerated a full week of Scottish weather, from winds up to 45kph and raining cats and dogs. There are no issues with waterproofness or windproof ability. If I was to quible about anything, it would be the lack of divider, so you could sleep 2 and 2, and also perhaps a redesign of the canopy covering the roof ventilation panel, as during the most driving wind and rain, it did spray in a little. But this was so slight and not enough to dampen anything. I highly recommend this tent and wish I had bought it year's ago. I'm looking forward to many more holidays in it.
Bought this tent to replace a 15 year old 6 man double pod Quechua tent that had served me well. This tent is lovely and spacious and I love being able to stand up it it. Very easy to put up - can do it single handed if it is not too windy which is brilliant. A good living space that has a separate but not separate ground sheet. What i mean is that the sides of the tent are not fixed to it which means the ventilation is good. We were camped in Cornwall last week and took the brunt of storm Francis. It stood up pretty well but the front did collapse when two guy ropes were pulled out - first 2 on one side at the front (all our tents had guy ropes pulled up). I may not have pitched them at the right angle but at 3am in the horizontal wind and rain, I did need to add two extra ropes at the front - worked brilliantly. Will keep them as storm guys like other tents have. The sleeping area stayed snug and dry. The living area did get wet but not because of the ground sheet. The rain came in the top vent. The only real criticism i have of the tent is that the vent gap is quite large and cannot be secured closed in windy weather - as the tent got blown about the gap increased at times. There is a flap of fabric that helps stop this but I think an improvement would be to be able to secure it more closed if the weather turns.
Fast and easy set up. No instruction required. Sturdy and good water resistant material. Very spacious in both rooms. Used outwith a campsite, rain and wind all night and it held up well. Deflated tent ends up twice the size. Very footery to get the air out. Ground sheet flap at front of tent is a bad design. A little bit of wind and it pops out allowing it to gather rain water and come in the tent. I ended up having to tape this to the inside of the tent. I recommend buying some Velcro pads to solve this problem. Gaps in the porch area between the outer sheet and ground sheet allow insects to come in. Porch area would be better if it was completely sealed. Again, this can be fixed with velco.
This tent is so easy to set up and quick. I would say the only bad thing about this tent is the angle of the door. The door opening is on a backwards slope, so when it is raining if you go in and out your tent, everything gets wet at the entrance which is not ideal. Upon reflection I would not get this tent due to the positioning of the door, my next tent I will make sure the door is upright and maybe has a rain guard/flap also.
We love this tent. So easy to get up and with held some very stormy weather. Spacious. Much easier having an inflatable tent than standard ones with poles. Would certainly recommend .
One of the photos has the door panel up acting as a shelter ?
6.5 m² living area with an inner tent height of 1.90 m.This tent has several features:- a basin groundsheet that can be raised at the entrances when raining- a transparent window with flap- a mosquito net window with flap- storage pockets in the bedrooms and in the living area
All-in-one inflatable structure with pre-assembled inner tent/bedroom and fly sheet.Using our Quechua red 5.2 litre pump with built-in pressure gauge, we recommend inflating the tubes to 7 PSI pressure.To see this pump, copy the reference 8243066 and paste it into the search engine on our website.
The flysheet fabric has UPF 30 sun protection.Note: be careful; a significant amount of UV can get in through a simple open door.
The ventilated flysheet for the common area lets you ventilate it and limits condensation inside your tent. High ventilation hatches are also provided at the front and back of the tent, along with high mosquito screens on the door and at the back of the bedroom.
We test all our tents on a turntable in a wind tunnel. The goal is to expose each side of our tent to the same wind intensity.Properly pitched, with the guy ropes properly deployed, this tent remains habitable in force 7 wind, measured at 60 km/h.
We test our tents to ensure they are waterproof. The first test is conducted in a laboratory for 4 hours under 200 litres of water per hour per m², the equivalent of tropical rain at 200 mm per hour. The second test is conducted by our teams in the field under real conditions. This tent is equipped with a polyurethane-coated polyester flysheet with 2000mm water resistance. It also has seams taped using heat-sealed strips and a 190 g/m² polyethylene groundsheet.
Rectangular cover | 75 x 30 x 32 cm | 72 litres | 12.5 kg
Inflatable poles - All our inflatable poles have a two-layer arch structure: a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) air chamber and a 600-denier* polyester coverLiving area reinforcement - There's an aluminium bar in the living area to stiffen the structure.Tent pegs - All our pegs are made of steel and have a diameter of 6 mm.*600 deniers indicates a weight of 600 g for 9 m of length
The bedroom of this tent is designed to accommodate a maximum of four mattresses 70 cm wide. It can also accommodate a couple looking for a very large bedroom.
Inflatable poles - All our inflatable poles have a two-layer arch structure: a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) air chamber and a 600-denier polyester cover*.Living room reinforcement - There's an aluminium bar in the living room to stiffen the structure.Tent pegs - All our pegs are made of steel and have a diameter of 6 mm.*600 denier indicates a weight of 600 g for 9 m length.
The bedroom in this tent is intended to accommodate a maximum of four 70 cm wide mattresses. It can also accommodate a couple looking for a very large bedroom.
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