Camping Tents. Published at Friday, August 04th 2017, 10:10:08 AM by RickGrimes.
I can also see this tent being good for a group of friends that use the center tent as a social space, and the side tents as a sleeping space. Setup is simple as well. You start by setting up the larger, main center tent. You than setup the two side tents. There is a tunnel on the side of each main tent that zips into the side tents connecting them all together. After that, setup the rainfly and canopy and you are ready to go. It is normally a 10 to 15 minute process to set everything up. You can only setup one side tent if you wish.
The bottom front part of the tent has hooks that connect to the bottom of the canopy poles. Once the front of the tent is connected, you stretch out the tent and one pole is placed into the slots located in the back part of the tent. Stake the back corners, and bam you have a 4 person tent that is attached to your canopy.
Qubes can connect via tunnel attachments zipped to one or more of four triangular doors, allowing each tent to connect at all four corners. This opens up all kinds of different configurations. Each two-, three- and four-person Qubes can connect both with like- and with unlike-sized Qubes, adding more flexibility.Each Qube tent is made from PU-coated waterproof 300D cotton oxford fabric that does not require a separate rainfly. M2C says it keeps things breezy inside with a full ventilation system.
But if you can think back on days spent camping and realize that all or most of them were in clear, still weather, perhaps storm-ready performance does not have to be your first worry. M2C appears to be aiming the Qubes at recreational car campers and festival campers, so we do imagine it will have an audience of folks who are not worried about having an expedition-level tent built up to survive high-alpine colds and winds.For that type of customer, the Qube has a primary selling point that the average dome in your local camping store does not: its modular, interconnectable design.
The tents themselves have a floor size of nine feet by seven feet, with a center height of 66 inches. Setup time is really quick, normally 5 minutes at most. The tents have two large windows and a mesh roof. There is an attached rain fly that can be quickly rolled up to open up the mesh roof, providing great ventilation during the day and an awesome view at night. There are even a couple of storage pockets built into the tent itself. We cant stress this enough these tents do not work without the canopy, and the canopy is sold separately.
The tents themselves are very roomy. The center tent is the biggest with a space of 10 feet by 9 feet and the two side tents having a space of 7 feet by 5 feet. Each tent has its own window and door. There are also plenty of storage pockets available. There is one consistent complaint with this tent is that the connect tunnels do not fully close, allowing a space for bugs to get into the tents.
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