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Review on Double trekking tent Jungle Camp Lite Dome 2, blue/grey by Mateusz Biakowski ᠌

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I'm very happy, it really is worth buying.

In general, I will not introduce any new information. Previous reviews have covered every aspect. And every last nuance matters. It's a good flow, but for $2,000, what are you expecting? There is a lack of storage space, but this is not surprising given that dimensions are clearly marked and I was aware of what I was getting. In my opinion, the tent is a great value for the money. A tried-and-true layout that has stood the test of time. In Iceland I paid twenty dollars for a nearly identical tent that held up well in high winds. The sail was unnerving, to be sure, but there were no other signs of emotion present. And if the wind is a problem, I have faith that this one from High Peak will hold up better than the $20 one. By the way, I think it's best to look at such a tent with an entrance from the end, since you'll have to step over each other if someone needs to use the restroom in the middle of the night. The tent has almost no ventilation, so while it stays cool at night, he wakes up stifled in the morning. This is in no way unusual, however, as he experiences the same conditions as everyone else. My tent is four years old. Maybe fifteen or twenty times altogether. There are no blemishes, etc. Value for money is excellent. Those in the market for a basic tent should look no further. Can be set up by a single person in a matter of minutes.

  • Features: -Portability -Affordability -Ease of Construction -Sturdy Base
  • Lack of room; resistance to moisture; -Ventilation