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New Zealand, Wellington
1 Level
695 Review
43 Karma

Review on πŸ•οΈ WFS One-Person T-Bivy Camping Tent with Rain Fly, Green - Enhanced SEO by Chris Hanson

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Did the job! on tents

I only slept with it. It was lightweight, only weighing 2.3 pounds with the rain cover (I left the carry case at home). You can get a better tent but you pay a lot more for it. The tent was definitely warmer with the rain fly in place, but I didn't see any reduction in condensation with or without the flysheet. Stargazing without a raincoat was perfect. It sagged a bit in the middle, but I don't see any easy solution to this problem that would be cost inefficient. There is no room in the tent for a backpack and the rain cover is not large enough to put a backpack underneath. The only change I would make would be to build a larger tent with a vestibule to accommodate your back at night or maybe sit under during a downpour. You cannot sit in this tent, so it is not practical to sit there.

  • Easy to read control panel
  • Very expensive