|Weight without bedroom||4 kg|
|Dimensions after packing||⌀19 x 59 cm|
|Number of persons||2 – 3|
|Number of entrances||2|
|Number of vents||5|
|Number of bars / crossing points||4/1|
|Can be built without a bedroom||Yes|
|Tent height (bedroom)||135 (130) cm|
|Number of pins||21|
|Rod material||Dural 7001 T6|
|Rod diameter||9.5 mm|
|Tropical material||Polyester, PU coating 4,000 mm H2O|
|Floor material||Nylon, PU coating 10,000mm H2O|
The tent is double-skinned and consists of an inner tent and an outer skin – a tropic. The inner tent has a rectangular floor plan with one entrance on its longer side. The outer tent has a large hall, which can be entered through two different entrances.
It is based on the principle that the bar structure is strung in tunnels made of perforated material outside the tropics. The tropic and the inner tent (which is hung under the tropic) are built at the same time after the rods are threaded through the tunnels. The advantage of this method is that the inner tent can be detached from the tropics and the tropics can then be set up separately to obtain a single-layer tent without a floor.
It is located at the top of the dome of the tropics. The roofs of the ventilation windows are shaped so that they are not tilted by the wind. This prevents leakage even in rain with strong winds.
Insert the rods of the structure through the perforated sleeves outside the tropics and insert the ends of the rods into the brass eyelets on the loops of the lower edge of the tropics. Then we fasten the buckles on the straps at the ground inside the tent and thus the tropico will stand up. We turn the inner tent into loops on the inner side of the tropics. We anchor the erected tent with pegs and cords and complete it with plastic clip