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Features

  • Fully waterproof flysheet with taped seams (Hydrostatic Head: 4000mm)
  • Fully waterproof sewn-in groundsheet with taped seams
  • Colour coded fibreglass arcflex poles
  • Plenty of headroom even for taller people
  • Rollaway bedroom doors and removable dividers
  • Darkened Nightfall bedroom fabric
  • Six large windows with roll-up curtains
  • Convenient storage pockets and organiser
  • Cable access points
  • 2 x king poles included – Create a sheltered porch for side entrance
  • Fire-retardant fabrics tested to the BS EN 5912 standard
  • Pack dimensions: 76 x 32 x 32cm
  • Weight: 25.6kg
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This product qualifies for the following delivery methods.

Large Tent Delivery (3-5 days) (FREE)

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This applies to tents which are 4-person or larger, and these orders are upgraded to DHL courier service.

Bike Delivery (3-5 days) (FREE)

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From £4.99 to over 200 countries worldwide. Some restrictions apply.

Returns

Returning orders to us is easy. Whatever your reason, we offer a refund or exchange within 28 days of delivery or collection.

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Overall rating

4.50 out of 5
2 reviews
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4_5 out of 5

Hi gear tent

Excellent tent stood still in bad weather daughter (13) & myself put it up didn’t take long great space love canopy for cooking and eating all kept dry even when raining we sat and watched people getting soaked

4_5 out of 5

Huge but hard work to put up

Huge and great once it's up, but pitching it is a 30 minute project even after some practise.

Also the bag is too small so while you'll get the tent in, you'll never get the poles back in so they'll have to travel separately.

Get some aftermarket pegs, too.

We're now considering buying a 2nd small tent for 1 night camps where the effort of the Hampy 6 just seems too high. Maybe we should have gone for an air tent. Maybe you should too.

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