Inflatable tent - Air Seconds 4.1 F&B - 4 man - 1 bedroom
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Bedroom: 280 x 210 cm | Stand-up living area: 6.5 sqm | Bathtub groundsheet
Very quick to pitch: all-in-one inflatable structure and pre-assembled bedroom
Fresh fabric: reduces heat inside your tent in the sun
Black fabric: guarantees 99% darkness in your rooms
Tropical rain laboratory test | Under shower: 200 mm of water per hour per sqm
Withstands force 7 winds - around 60 km/h | Wind tunnel test
Rectangular cover | 75 x 35 x 35 cm | 92 litres | 14.5 kg
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Very pleased with this tent.It stood up to some really bad weather.Heavy rain and wind.One tube did bend slightly but righted itself.Super dry inside and blackout bedroom stays cozy.
I bought this tent in advance of a European road trip. The criteria was something that we could put up and down quickly, provide us with extra space during our longer stays and didn't break the bank. After some research the Air Seconds 4.1 F&B ticked all the boxes (the black out was something I hadn't even considered). I had trialled it a few times in the UK, once on a windy weekend in Ely and the other on a scorching weekend in Dorset. It handled both conditions with ease. The black out really helped keep the heat down and was a bonus in the morning. Now on to the road trip. The journey was going to take us from the UK to Croatia. We have previously done these road trips using just a two man popup tent for ease. We also would stay in an apartment when we reached Croatia. This time it was all camping. We took the 2 man pop up as back up and for when time and space was an issue. The Air Seconds was excellent, I can put it up by myself in about 20 minutes (fully pegged and guyed), taking it down is just as easy, it is also easy to get it back into the bag. It was used for overnighters and stays of a few days. It withstood a thunder storm at Lake Garda with only a bit of water ingress. There was plenty of space in the tent for us and out kit (two chairs, table other bits and bobs). The black out bedroom was fantastic, in 30+ degree heat it was cool enough to sleep and our double self inflating mattress fitted in easily. I can't really fault it, it totally transformed the holiday for us.
Not had any camping trips yet due to the current situation but have set it up on the local park for the day. Very easy to erect and un-erect and re pack hoping to get plenty of use once situation changes as we miss our camping trips.
We bought this tent after selling our camper van. Didn’t read a great deal of reviews but wish I had focussed on the bad ones instead. This is a great tent if never rains. We live in the Uk and it rains a lot. This tent is great at keeping the rain out as long as you don’t want to open the door. The first night it rained we thought we would be fine because of the little canopy over the door. This canopy does not reach the threshold of the door so the rain just comes in. Be great if the zip door opened like a garage door instead as this would stop all of that. The blackout is great and if we never went camping in the rain it would be 5 stars. I’m looking for something to cover over the door now.
easy to put up on your own whitin 15 minutes and take down. Very sturdy in the wind and didn't have any issues with the tent. When taking the tent down just unscrew the air beam valves particularly until the beams collapse otherwise you wake the whole campsite ;)
After one use so far, the tent is good and fits two adults and one child perfectly. The black out sleeping compartment is good and the front vestibule is big enough to fit a table and three chairs plus all the other camping equipment needed for a multi night camping trip. The top vent did allow some moisture to ingress in heavy rain and wind but nothing too bad and the door when opened first thing in the morning allowed some water to drip in. The air poles are fantastic and allow the tent to be put up in 10 minutes which is why we bought this style of tent over the traditional pole system tents
The positives: takes 15 mins to fully erect(inc ropes), blackout bedroom is pitch black, bedroom has sewn-in groundsheet, Air beams make the tent surprisingly sturdy, small footprint but decent sized living area for 2 adults. The negatives: living area groundsheet is not built in, this allows all sorts to get in during the night such as fat hedgehogs who are very difficult to remove. The door is at such a sharp angle that water will immediately run into the tent if opened when it’s raining or has recently rained (the canopy above the door is pretty useless), there are a lot of mesh vents which make it cold during the night - invest in a very good sleeping bag if using outside of the height of summer, would struggle for space if occupied by more than two adults This is a good summer tent for short stays and a bargain for an inflatable, just be aware that there are compromises and these could potentially break your trip
We have been the proud owners of a Quechua tent for the past four years and on the strength of that purchase we decided to get this tent. As usual it was fairly easy to erect the tent. The wind then reared it’s ugly head and our fun began. As there is no way to pin down the flaps to the ground they flapped around and water just kept on seeping in, this only the first issue. On the one side of the tent, the plastic cover saved us from penetrating winds and rain, on the other side the mesh (covered on the inside) offered little support against the continual flow of water. The rain and wind just blew through the vent on the roof and it felt as if it was raining inside the tent, as the droplets continued to wet us. Fortunately the sleeping pod was totally unaffected and we were forced to remain in there. It rained the whole night and by the morning we had loads of drying to do as the water continued to gain access.
We bought this tent after doing lots of research, as a family new to camping we wanted something that was practical, easy to assemble and comfortable for a family of three plus a dog. This tent was perfect - assembled in blowing winds and rain - it took slightly longer than 15 minutes (we expected longer because of weather conditions) and despite heavy winds all night we were secure, safe and very comfortable all night long. The best bit for me was taking it down - I imagined arguments, not being able to fit the tent back in it's bag and the reality was quite the opposite - it was as easy to dimsmantle and pack away as it was to erect. The designers have really done an amazing job. It also looks amazing! Stylish AND super practical. Perfect!
Well what can I say but absolutely changed our camping experience - all set up in 20mins including beds. Love love love this tent - stood up to a deluge of rain, kept us dry and very little condensation inside, plenty of head room & the black out sleeping pod is fab. Wouldn’t think twice about heading away for just one night now wethers before it was such a faff putting up our old tent. Had a fabulous time up at Glencoe, the tent made the experience even better. We also bought the Quechua inflatable bed bases - along with our self inflating roll mats this made for a very comfortable nights sleep
purchased the tent online took over 2 weeks to be delivered to my local store. Erected tent in my garden to ensure everything was there and to check how quick it was to put up thumbs up. Got to camp site tent up but within 45 mins the front beam had deflated so appeared to have a puncture rained that night and water made it into the tent and soaked furniture. Cut short our stay and travelled the 90 miles back to the store to speak to individuals who couldn't give a s****. Great customer relations decathlon
After doing a LOT of research on other air tents this tent had the best reviews. They were not wrong. We bought this tent yesterday at the Crawley branch and decided to see how easy it was to put up... 10/15 mins! We decided to sleep out in it last nt and it was everything I expected it to be and more. My neighbours cannot believe it was only £250 due to the great quality. I would highly recommend this tent.
As so many others have said, the tent is easy to put up, withstands wind and the blackout is wonderful. But what ruins it for me and sends me off to buy a different tent is the vents. In rain depending on the wind direction, it can can come in the roof vent. And the gaps at ground level allow all sorts of creatures in. Ok for the kids overnight in the garden, but not for real camping. At least not for me.
This is wonderful tent for our family of 4. We have two children (5&7) and we all fit in the sleeping compartment on 70cm wide sleeping mats. The blackout fabric isn't complete blackout but you wouldn't need it to be and it makes a massive difference - the children sleep in! We come from a backpack camping background so for us this is an amazingly spacious tent and is incredibly easy to put up. It feels like a really good price for the quality. The only improvement I would want is another toggle to hold the groundsheet to the fly sheet at the front so it didn't dip down in the middle. Without it I worry about the possibility of water getting in (we haven't had any significant rain while camping with this tent so I can't say for sure) or small mammals getting in. At night I use our shoes to prop it up.
We purchased this tent after years of having 'festival suitable' tents (i.e.light tents you don't mind carrying for a few miles) and decided to invest in a tent more suitable to regular camping, especially as we are anticipating a lot more stay-cations over the next year or two. I would not want to lug it over a festival field as I believe it weighs about 15kg, but for camping on a site, it's ideal. We were recommended this tent by a friend, and I can wholeheartedly recommend it to others. The tent was quick and easy to assemble, even if you are one person. It took me maybe 15 to 20 minutes to put up the tent by myself. Once up, we had a wet and fairly windy night - the was very little movement and the tent remained dry. The groundsheet has a lip, which meant no water seeped in too. the blackout was really good - it's the first tent I have had with this system, and it makes such a huge difference to the temperature of the sleeping compartment, and meant we could sleep in past sunrise for a change, which was fabulous. We use this tent for two plus a dog, and it is ample. I am shorter than my partner, and I can stand in both the bedroom and the porch. He is 6 foot, and does have to stoop in the bedroom, but can stand just fine in the porch. One small note, make sure you pick up the appropriate hand pump as well as the tent as other pumps don't seem to be compatible. Can't wait for the sites to re-open so we can take it out further than the garden!
- 100% Polyester
- 100% Polyester
- 5% Aluminium
- 5% Glass - Fiber
- 55% Thermoplastic Polyurethane
- 35% Polyester
- 100% Polyethylene
- 100% Polyester
6.5 sqm living area with an inner tent height of 1.90 m.This tent has several features:- a basin-shaped ground sheet that can be lifted up at the entrances in case of rain- a transparent window with shutter- a mosquito net window with shutter- storage pockets in the bedroom and living area
Inflatable all-in-one structure with pre-assembled bedroom and fly sheet.Using our Quechua red 5.2 litre pump with built-in pressure gauge, we advise you to inflate the tubes to 7 PSI pressure.To see this pump, copy the reference 8243066 and paste it into the search engine of our website.
Our Fresh&Black technology is based on a fabric with UPF 50+ sun protection.Warning: be careful, a significant amount of UV rays can get in through a simple open door.
The ventilated flysheet on the living room lets you ventilate and limit condensation inside your tent. Outside each room is a high ventilation hatch. Inside each room is a large, low ventilation hatch. The living room is equipped with a mosquito net and the bedrooms with high mosquito nets.
We test all our tents in a wind tunnel on a turntable. 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 wind speed 7, measured at 60 km/h.
We test our tents to validate their waterproofing. The first test is done in the laboratory, 4 hours under 200 litres of water per hour per sq, the equivalent of 200 mm per hour of tropical rain. The second test is done in the field under real conditions by our teams. This tent is fitted with a polyurethane-coated polyester flysheet measuring 2000 mm. It also has seams taped using heat-sealed strips and a 190 g/sqm polyethylene groundsheet.
Rectangular cover | 75 x 35 x 35 cm | 92 litres | 14.5 kg
Inflatable poles - All our inflatable poles have a two-layer arch structure: a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) air chamber and a 600-denier polyester cover*.Living 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 denier indicates a weight of 600 g for 9 m long.
The bedroom of this tent is designed to welcome a maximum of four 70 cm wide mattresses. It can also accommodate a couple looking for a very large bedroom.