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The Tasmanian is easy to assembly with pole clips that quickly snap over the tent poles
Five minutes is what it takes to make this tent work. It won't also hurt your pocket when you buy this tent because its affordable. Affordability meets high quality.
You need to have patience when you put the tent back in the storage bag. I was really struggled in putting back the poles. I admire how close it is when you put the rainfly, but it resulted in poor ventilation.
The Tasmanian 2 has two windows and two doors and a maximum center height of 3' 10 which is a tiny bit less than the average height of the 189 other 2 person tents we have looked at. With 35 square feet of space inside, it is a tiny bit smaller than some other 2-person tents, and it could be a little cramped for you and, another camper during the whole of the 4-seasons this tent is recommended for. Smaller tents like this one can generally make an awesome choice for campers that welcome spending plenty of time outside of their tent exploring.
Some of the cool things about dome tents are, that they are for, the most part light, making them simple to carry around. In nearly all cases, tents used for backpacking are of the dome type. They are usually, freestanding and very easy to set up. In good weather, you can do without guy lines and stakes, not that this is suggested.
Dome tents are easily the most commonly seen of all the different types of tents you will find when camping. They tend to fair better in bad weather than other types, allowing water to roll off the sloped sides, unlike cabin tents that have flat tops, allowing the rain to pool on the roof. The most basic dome tent will have a rectangular footprint, sloped sides two or more poles which converge in the middle of the roof. Due to their construction, it is generally thought of that they are best suited for up to a maximum of 6 campers.
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Alps's Tasmanian 2 tent is ideal for bicycle & motorbike camping. Here are a few other cool things not mentioned above which, we found and liked, while reviewing the model: With an additional pole on the fly, it creates a very large vestibule on the front for even more gear storage., The Tasmanian uses extra-large #8 zippers so opening doors and vestibules are a breeze every time. and Easy entry and great ventilation with two doors (both with zippered mesh windows).
With superb ratings, plenty of reviews and headroom of 3' and 35 square feet of space to enjoy, this tent is like your own small home away from home. It will allow you to enjoy some real quality time camping. We found a decent amount of positive points about the tent that you can study above.
If you came to this website looking for suggestions on this particular tent, we think, it should make for an awesome acquisition. In case you just happened to land on this page while looking for a brand new tent having not heard of this manufacture or this tent model previously, it is possibly a good idea to check out some other similar tents also.
Value for money: When considering value for your dollar, this tent is a more competitive than the usual price of all the two hundred and sixty-eight, two-person tents we have looked at, this alone does not make it good value for money. One should also think about other things in detail, as we do with each tent.
When we measure the score of a tent, we reflect upon loads of things, finding points where the tent could beat other very similar tents and where it is lacking. In this case, with an overall score of 5.0 and the price details above, one can notice that with a cost of $243.48 info_outline Alps's Tasmanian 2 is an awesome bargain and astonishingly competitively priced when compared with comparable tents.
The ratings show that the build and capacity the tent gives you were not in any way skimped on to finish up with a price tag significantly beneath the usual price for similar tents. It is also worth thinking about the fact that it is discounted by 30% from the manufactures suggested retail price. It should make a very good choice for most campers looking for an adequate four-season dome tent to go camping with, that will serve you well for years to come.
|Model||Headroom||Sleeping Area||Price *||Discounted|
|3' 10"||35 sq ft||$243.48info_outline||(30%)|
|4' 6"||44 sq ft||$293.48info_outline||(27%)|
Is the tent freestanding?
Yes, It is preferred to use the included guy lines and pegs to secure it though.
Is a floor saver included with the Tasmanian 2?
No, a footprint is not included free of charge, you can buy one made by Alps separately though.
Is the Tasmanian 2 ideal for backpacking?
No, It is a little heavy for a single backpacker to lug around, weighing 127 Oz. It would be ideal for bikepacking or camping with a motorcycle.
Is the tent recommended for camping in winter?
Yes, It is a 4-season tent, so it could be used for camping year round.
Does the Tasmanian 2 tent have storage pockets or a gear loft inside?
Yes, it has both, allowing you enough places to hang your gear inside.
Does the tent have any vestibules to store things?
Yes, the tent does have 2 vestibules to put your dirty boots and outdoor clothing, etc.
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