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It's so easy to set up. It's stable during windy conditions. It's super roomy also inside — nothing negative I can say about this one — ideal for large families wanting to spend a few weeks away from home.
It doesn't work too well in rainy weather, and we had a couple of minor leaks. Setting it up is also a bit of a problem. You might need other people to help you set this up.
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The Flying Diamond 8 has two doors and a peak center height of 6' 0, which is a tiny bit smaller than the average height of the 53 various 8 person tents we have examined With 123 square feet of room inside, it is significantly smaller than some other 8-person tents, and it would be quite cramped for you and, up to seven other campers during the whole of the 3-seasons, this tent is recommended for use in, larger tents like this one generally make a superb choice for campers who like having heaps of space inside the tent.
Many of the great points about dome tents are, that they are for, the most part lightweight, making them easy to carry around. In nearly all cases, tents used for backpacking are of the dome type. They are usually, freestanding and very straightforward to set up. In good weather, you could do without securing the tent with stakes and ropes, not that this is suggested.
Dome tents are easily the most common of all the different types of tents you will find when camping. They tend to do better in storms than other types, allowing water to easily slide off the slanted walls, unlike cabin tents that have flat roofs, resulting in the rain pooling on the roof. The most straightforward dome tent should have a square floor, slanted walls a couple of poles which cross in the center of the roof. Because of the way they are made, it is typically considered that they are ideal for up to a maximum of 6 campers. Modified Dome tents often have more than a single room, like the Big Agnes Flying Diamond two-room tent
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Big Agnes's Flying Diamond 8 tent is great for car camping. Here are a few other things not mentioned above which, we found and liked, while reviewing the model: Spacious and strong tents for 3+ season base camping, Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to fly and The Flying Diamond series of shelters are much more than standard tents. They are Everest base camp dining rooms.
With favorable ratings, a decent amount of reviews and a peak height of 6' and 123 square feet of space to play with, this tent is like your very own miniature home away from home. This will allow you and up to 6 other friends to share some really enjoyable time enjoying nature. We found a decent amount of positive points about the tent that you can study above.
If you came to this page looking for recommendations about this specific tent, we think, it would make for an excellent buy. 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 before, it is probably a good idea to check out a few other similar tents also.
Value for money: When contemplating value for money, this tent is a wee bit more costly than the average cost of all the fifty-five, eight-person tents we have looked at, this by itself is not a negative thing. We also need to take a look at other things in detail, as we do for every tent.
When we tally up the overall score of an individual tent, we examine plenty of areas, finding things where the tent could exceed other near-identical tents and where it is coming up short. On this occasion, with an overall rating of 4.4 and the price knowledge above, we can spot that with a cost of $799.95 Big Agnes's Flying Diamond 8 is a decent deal though it could be considered a little pricey when compared with similar tents.
The overall score shows that the build and space the tent provides make it a great choice for people searching for a tent that can last for plenty of years. It is also worth thinking about the fact that it is discounted by 0% from the manufactures MSRP. It should make an ok choice for most people looking for a comfy three-season modified dome tent to go camping with, that should serve you well for years to come.
Flying Diamond 4
|5' 0"||61 sq ft|
Flying Diamond 6
|5' 7"||92 sq ft|
Flying Diamond 8
|6' 0"||123 sq ft|
Is the Flying Diamond 8 freestanding?
Yes, It is desirable to use the included guy lines and pegs to secure it though.
Is a floor saver included with the Flying Diamond 8?
No, a floor saver is not included free of charge, one made by Big Agnes is available to purchase separately though.
Is the Flying Diamond 8 any good for camping in the colder months?
No, It is probably best used only for the recommended 3 seasons only.
Can an adult stand up in the tent?
Yes, with 72 inches of center height, most adults will be able to stand up in the tent.
Is there enough space for 8 grown-ups?
With less room than other 8-person tents, it could be a little tight.
Does the Flying Diamond 8 tent have internal storage pockets or a gear loft?
Yes, there are places to hang your things inside.
Could a single camper put the Flying Diamond 8 up alone?
It is possible but could be a little bit difficult all on your own, another person to help will make things easier.
Does the tent have any vestibules to store things?
Yes, the tent does have 2 vestibules to store your dirty boots and outdoor clothing, etc.
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