Speedy Pop Up Tent

Speedy Pop Up Tent

Speedy Pop Up Tent
3.9

8 reviews

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Build Quality
3.3
Value for Money
4.3
Ease of Use
4.0
Cleaning & Maintenance
5.0
Portability
4.7
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8 reviews
flykester
flykester6 posts
 

a tough nut

We have had the speedy for a couple of seasons. its so convenient with the included built in leds and easy up and down. other reviews call out leaks but it does have to be well guyed to keep the puddle from forming on top. as for the sand in WA could be an issue but lots of tents would be in that boat or desert. I camped at lake Dartmouth and the weather put it all on. rain hail then a snow blizzard. wind was enough to flatten the camp with 80% of the crew suffering damage and a soggy cold night. luckily I was on hand to watch over my tent which flattened with the weight of ice and snow but was able to give it a good shake and get it stood up. no damage and still dry Show details
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Disappointed
DisappointedSydney, NSW2 posts
 

Concern about this tent in rain

I have just used this tent for the first time in a short break with my 5 yr old son. The first evening it rained and when i put him to bed there were two areas where rain had already got in and made the bedding damp. I think it was caused by the wind bending the frame and causing the inner lining to touch the outer. This was compounded by a sticking zip where the orange zip cover has been designed to taper to a point, it sticks every time unless closed at a snails pace... difficult when it's raining and your wanting to get in/out quickly. As another person mentioned the rain also falls straight into the tent when you open the door. In summery, very quick to put up, not good in the rain, my zip was a problem but it may be a one off? Show details
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Caryn
CarynSouth West, WA3 posts
 

Speedy 3man pop up tent

We have a speedy 3 man pop up tent. Great when set up on grass but was a huge problem at Denham in WA. Side vents let in the sand as it was whipped up. Bedding and pillows covered in sand, grit, I ended up wrapping a bin liner under the frame of the bottom of the tent and over the elastic at the bottom of the side windows. We loved this tent but felt the opportunity to close the vent would be good Show details
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Ark
Ark
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Can`t handle big rain

I had opportunity to test this tent during 30h constant rain. We had about 20cm of rainfall during that period. Tent has weak points. Two sides along longest sections - those with open "windows" (where you can get power line and opposite side) - is leaking there throughout the seals. Both sides. Definitely weak points.

Fayley
FayleyWestern Australia34 posts
 

2 man & 3 man

I have both the 2 and 3 man. They are both easy to set up and pack away. The pack away is a knack so watch a YouTube video before you camp for the first time. The 2 man is perfect for me using alone but you will need the 3 man if you are 6 foot or over. I love the side panels rolling up - great for star gazing and hot nights. Zip is good and doesn’t stick and internal lights are great. Also love the little hanging shelf. Vestibule is big enough for my muddy hiking boots. Packs nice and flat to fit in car boot (I love that it doesn’t need to go on my roof rack). Tent fabric is quite sturdy. Highly recommended for car camping.

Flash
FlashSydney
 

Not enough time yet

and Not enough time yet, as 2 nights I had been rained out with Thunder and lightning and lost my sleep I had a bit of rain inside probably my fault as i night was faultless

As a idea I don't know why REFLECTIVE EYELETS are not installed as I had to camp later in the night I have put some YELLOW TAPE on either side of the eyelet to see better in the dark and perhaps the tent pegs might be better

Also could we have the Tent Peg Bag bag in a Reflective Colour as I lost it on my first night

Frank from Oz
Frank from OzAU8 posts
 
Chris Broome
Chris BroomePerth, Western Australia33 posts
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Which instant pop up tent would be most convenient to erect for a elderly couple?

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