Pop up Tents and Camping Equipment, Best prices to compare here.
Camping and festival tents that simply pop up! Throw up tents that you don’t need girl guide or scout training to set up means you can get on with camping in literally a matter of 3 minutes!
These tents have received rave reviews from campers, revellers and journalists all over and are truly a modern wonder. Furthermore they are well priced and easy to carry. You just unzip them from the backpack and then you are ready to party. Pop up tents mean you don’t have to hassle around poking things into the floor and worrying about which wire goes where or what strange looking device connects to each other. Leave the instruction manuals behind and simply pop out and go! Perfect for festival camping and parties, plus very well priced. Get your popuptent today and have it delivered ASAP! Excellent reviews from everyone.
Holy Mother of God! I went to my first camping event last year with some massive tent, everyone else had here usual festival tent. Luckily my friend had ex-girl guides there too (randomly bumping into). I swear it took an hour and a half putting up the conventional monster tent. I saw many people around me -simply pop up and go. These were in fact Gelert Quickpitch pop up tents. The next tent camping event I went to I simply took my new, pop up Gelert tent and rocked on within seconds. In fact, it took me 2 minutes from opening my tent to me cracking open my first beer. They come in a backpack which is lightweight and also easy to carry and pack back into. Marvellous!
Look at the ease of setting up a pop up tent: Quickpitch video
Choosing a pop up tent:
Simply decide how many people you want your Gelert tent to fit, they start with two man tents and go up. It depends on how much room you want really. Once you have decided the tent you want you’ll also need some extras which I’ve detailed in my checklist below:
Checklist for camping:
*Camping Chairs – much more comfy than sitting on the ground, great for supping beer on
*Sleeping Bags – unless you want to freeze to death, decide how frequently you’ll be using one as to how much you want to spend. Decide between a one man or consider a double sleep bag if you have someone to snuggle up to at night/ day.
* Torch – really necessary, remember to bring one with you.
* Size of tent – make of tent? Gelert Tents and Vango tests are the best
* Food, beer and finally a festival ticket.