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Outwell Arizona L Tent 2012 $167.91
There are 14 reviews with an average rating of 4.50
Mitzi from United KingdomOwner01 September 2012 09:04
I bought this tent in order to have height in bth the living area and sleeping area. The height is great, and the tent feels really spacious.
I camp alone sometimes, and did want something relatively easy to put up. This tent is very straightforward, but without another person to lift the middle up, it feels that the poles are under a great deal of stress when I bend them over to slot in the first pins; the first pole particularly. As I take a chair when camping, I can wedge it under the centre of the tent where the poles cross over. This seems to help.I tmay also help on windy day! (I know, I can ask someone on the site to help......
Any tips on erecting the tent alone, without stressing the poles would be welcome.
Well made tent too. Like it!
Big Daz from United KingdomOwner07 September 2012 12:29
I have been looking at this tent for some time, and to be honest, I'm glad I bought it!
It very big on the inside. A plus when it was raining and there was simply no where to sit with my other tent. The porch area is great, as there is enough space for 2 chairs for simply sitting and reading a book. What I didn't realise is that the entire front of the tent (window section) can unzip from the sides, and with convenient pole eyes, you can convert it into an awning (note, poles are not included for this) So go buy some and some guy ropes and voila, you can have an awning also!
However, there is a small niggle! Its morning, there is dew all over the tent, and as you open the side door (main picture), you are met with a mini torrent of droplets all over you as they run down that quarter section above the door. So note, in the mornings, and with cloth at hand, open the door gently and just make sure you wipe off any excess dew above the door. Other than that, this tent is great. Spacious, well made, and with a little electrical slot and cabling straps for 'glampers; you are well away.
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner14 August 2011 13:42
I would have thought that the flap over the window would have hung from the top, the way it is has the problem of potential sagging! Honest that is the only quibble. Passed the Cropredy weekend test with flying colours.
scooby44 from United KingdomOwner06 August 2011 21:47
Best tent ever! easy to erect and warm and cosy even in heavy rain. great side view when door is closed (in heavy rain. would highly recommend !
louise from United StatesOwner17 September 2012 01:58
this tent is wonderful icamp out in it this weekend it takes me a little longer to pitch by myself,but i love it,thanks camping world,
Jessika from United Kingdom asks
does the big window in the front of this tent have a cover or can people see in at all times?