Latest review: We purchased this tent from Tentworld in March 2019. It was a fantastic tent first use, goes up easily with in a few minutes.
On the second use, one of the pins holding the corner poles together
Latest review: Bought one from Bunnings, canisters didn't lock in and could never get a blue flame. Got to the point the right burner did nothing, even with new butane. Exchanged within a month.
New one lasted 3
Latest review: The Mitchell line of swags were renamed and changed slightly somewhere in 2016/2017. The Expedition has a waterproof PVC base instead of canvas in the previous model. It comes with a 5cm thick foam
Latest review: The tactix is in camouflage colour and is very easy to put up or take down,as all popup tents are. Very durable material, no sagging of the middle part of the tent (as I've seen in other brands). The
Latest review: We recently embarked on our first camping adventure and had to set ourselves up from scratch. I did quite a bit of research on sleeping bags and decided the Oztrail Outback Comfort suited out needs
Latest review: After originally purchasing a swag and not enjoying it or feeling comfortable I went looking for something else just for me on overnight stays whilst the kids slept in their own tent.
Even if I was
Latest review: I haven't taken this tent camping yet, but have set it up at home. It's much lighter and easier to set up than the canvas cabin tent it replaces. The colours are pleasing and will blend into the
Latest review: Great little unit for weekend (or longer) camping. It didn't come with set up instructions, but it was pretty easy to figure out where the little loose odds and ends went. The 'feet' are
Latest review: It was my first stay in a swag. I've done a lot of camping, just never in a swag.
The Mitchell is easy to unroll and construct, with three aluminium arches that are inserted in the swag and the use
Latest review: Just got my second one of these (the first one I believe was damaged while drunk - turned the knob too far in one direction and stuffed the valve).
The first one I had for about 7 years, and
Latest review: I particularly wanted one with the griller thinking crumpets/toast etc. The 2 burners are splendid although I didn't know it had an igniter so used a lighter designed to light up gas jets.
Latest review: After first night of use there was a rip on the floor and fly mesh. And the exterior was riped a little aswell. Was great during the rain overnight we never got wet but was condensation in the tent.
Latest review: This butane has lantern is very convenient. I already use a butane canister fueled cooker, so having a butane light seemed a great way to minimize (no need to take a large natural gas bottle).
Latest review: Easy to set up and pack up. Standing height inside is a great plus. Spacious with rear ventilation windows. Used it a few times in sunny summer weather, no problems, loved it.
Used it this time in
Latest review: We used this tent for the first - and only - time between Christmas and New Year. It was relatively simple to put up and adequate for fine weather, summer camping. We slept one night in the tent and
Latest review: Fully agree with Heidi, the OZtrail Starlight tent is unusable, even in drought stricken Queensland managed to get wet at night, fly touching the internal tent causes pooling of water at foot of
Latest review: I think the picture on the box is misleading. It appears to be so rigid and hold great shape. In reality the centre sags, i have to camp under something to tie and lift centre of swag up. Definately
Latest review: We are now on our second one of these, after the first came out of the bag with a tear in the mesh and we had it replaced. That should have alerted us to the poor quality of this product.