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🏕️ WFS One-Person T-Bivy Camping Tent with Rain Fly, Green - Enhanced SEO Review

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Revainrating 2.5 out of 5  
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🏕️ Camping & Hiking, 🏕️ Outdoor Recreation

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Description of 🏕️ WFS One-Person T-Bivy Camping Tent with Rain Fly, Green - Enhanced SEO

Mesh. 7.7' x 3.2' x 2', sleeps 1. Mesh roof panel. Includes rain cover, storage bags, and stakes. Compact and lightweight. 1500mm coated body, 1000mm denier polyethylene flooring and taped seams, with shock corded fiberglass poles.

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Revainrating 2 out of 5

$30 Tent - Tents & Sheds

I have decided to return it. Inside it was much narrower than the advertised 7ft 4in and had holes where the floor meets the walls. I just can't imagine this tent surviving over 75 degree nights with no wind or weather. I shouldn't have kept the new tent poles (the originals are junk) and impregnation (the instructions state that all seams must be impregnated), instead I'll buy an alpine tent.

Pros
  • New
Cons
  • -

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Get ready to get wet - not waterproof!

Although this is a good lightweight camping tent I would only recommend it for guaranteed good weather. I survived 2 showers in it and both times I got WET (as did my sleeping bag). There are real puddles inside. After the first time I wiped the seams and zipper with sealant, but the fabric itself and/or the seams continue to let water through. Unfortunately, I've just used it for the last time - I can't risk it. nonsense again!

Pros
  • Easy to pitch
Cons
  • Vulgarity

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Broke on first roll

I bought this tent a while back to replace a similar tent I've owned for decades. I didn't bother using it until today when it broke the first time I installed it. No unusual wear, no extreme conditions. Simply insert the tent poles and RIP. The nylon strap for the head pole has just completely detached from the tent and only the pressure of pushing the end of the pole into the grommet/socket goes in. Four stars for the weight, four stars for the slim design. One star for value and ZERO stars…

Pros
  • Durable Test Results
Cons
  • New Competitor

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…

Pros
  • Easy to read control panel
Cons
  • Very expensive

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Spacious, simple setup, easy on and off

I'm 5'11". I used an old bivy sack my dad bought in the 80's. In fact, my 12- year old son it currently (including last weekend) It always takes a strong person to put the poles in the right places and you enter through the narrow top of the tent This one but with a side entry makes it easier for me to enter and exiting (aged about 45) for our packing adventures. The sticks pack well and set up quickly at the pole end points. It's also a very roomy tent, which is an improvement over the one…

Pros
  • Hands-free operation
Cons
  • Cord is shorter than other picks

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Good price for beginners!

I got this tent because I went on a 'cowboy walk' with some friends at night and I almost went crazy with bugs flying around my head. Eventually I would like to make my own lightweight version of the tent/tent but for now this one works. I've used it on 2 trips - one overnight and one 2 nights - and it worked great both times. It has plenty of condensation inside - even without using a rain cover - but for $40 you can't expect too much. I only use the bag for storage; I can pack it smaller in…

Pros
  • Certified
Cons
  • Not the best

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Suffocating, weak arcs, prone to condensation and not very waterproof

The tent is very rigid, the ventilation in the legs is blocked with a drawstring so as not to bite insects, you have to zip it up, This allows only the shoulders and head to breathe fresh air (but unfortunately there are triangular pieces of fabric hanging inside the mosquito net that unfold, you have to hook them into the loops at each end of the net, preventing the air from reaching yours Rain flies exacerbate the problem of lack of breathability, effectively blocking any access to fresh air…

Pros
  • Good product for the price
Cons
  • thin

Revainrating 2 out of 5

will be a good summer tent

This is a good size, I am 1.72m tall so there is plenty of room to sleep with a pillow. As indicated in the instructions, it must be impregnated. set up and left out all weekend it was a bit of steady rain with no wind just rain and the tent got boggy but there was a lot of water on the ground although I can't pull the tent tight enough to keep the sides up and puddles of water where the zipper is. Also the rain stretcher is sewn in where the leg bar goes, as mentioned earlier if you pull too…

Pros
  • Elegant design
Cons
  • Long delivery time