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Camping Tents. Published at Monday, August 07th 2017, 07:57:32 AM by RickGrimes.
Just image the fun your group of mate can have connecting together at a festival securing you very own Party area , You can use a Qube just to hang out it when the weather turns bad.This pack can then be used to charge your smart phone or smart device or in fact anything with a USB connection or it can be used to power the ultra cool LED lighting strip that will offer a soft lighting inside your tent. We are offering this LED light strip in white or if you want your tent to be the party tent then the colour changing version is the one for you. Each Strip comes with a Storage stuff bag and fixings to secure your strip inside the tent.
It is easy to set up. Once the 10 pegs and tarp are in place then the tent is raised by setting the center pole, after which the 10 lines to the tent pegs can be set. The tent panels are not rigid and will flap in the wind, but having 20 pegs supporting the tent tends to distribute wind load over many points. When I purchased the tent, I set it up in the yard prior to an epic downpour and heavy wind. The tent did moderately leak but not so much as to make it difficult to clean up with a sponge and bucket (both of which I find handy to camp with). Since then I have camped in the tent only once when it rained. Prior to that experience, I had sprayed a 10.5 oz. can of "Kiwi Camp Dry Performance Fabric Protector" on the exterior to waterproof the tent. The can covered eight tenths of the tent before running out.
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.
This is the perfect tent for people that want separate sleeping areas at night, but want all those sleeping spaces to be connected. I love this tent for families that have younger children. When you children want some privacy, they can sleep in the side tents. If they get scared at night, they can come back into the main sleeping area.
Size and weight of your tent are important factors. As well as being able to sleep in your tent, you may also need to allow space for eating and spending time inside when the weather turns against you. You will also need to allow space to store your gear, equipment and food. Many inexperienced campers make the mistake of going for the number of people that a tent can sleep when choosing their tent, but these guides do not allow for any extra space that you may need for moving about, storing stuff, etc., so always check the actual floor space carefully.
The social campers over at M2C Innovation are back doing what they do: building modular tents that link up into full-blown campsite communities. The last time we checked in, they were focused on domes, but now they have moved on to Qubes. The new Qube tents are quick-setup blocks that offer enough height to stand up inside.Like Pods, these modular tents connect together with tunnels and create larger tent communities. They are also more affordable than M2Cs original tents and are proving quite popular on crowdfunding.
Shade Tech Canopy
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