If Marty and Doc went camping in the future they would have slept in a Zempire Aerodome Air Tent. With air filled poles and more features than a time machine, the Aerodome 1 represents the future of compact family camping.
A removable sleeping ‘pod’ for four in the main room enables open plan living during the day with large entrances on both sides and access through to the front vestibule. Climate is controlled through floor and roof level vents along with internally adjustable windows.
Rapidly inflated with a double action pump, the Aerodome 1 has so many well designed and functional features that we don’t have the space to list them all, but rest assured, Zempire have included everything you would expect in a tent from the future.
Pretty easy to set up (even though first time was in the dark and in the rain) and simply wonderful to be inside and around. Seriously. Our family utterly enjoyed spending time in the tent and discovering its cool little design features and can;t wait to head out again! This is the future of camping!
Hi... Is there a roof cover available for this tent? If not, would the Zempire TL roof cover work? Thanks, Rob
I've just spoken with Zempire and they've confirmed that there isn't a roof cover available for the Aerodome I Air Tent.
As for the compatibility of the TL Roof Cover - I've been told that the webbing straps on the cover need to line up to the poles on the TL as that's where the attachment point is.
As the frame of the Aerodome I is slightly different you would theoretically be able to fit the cover on, you just wouldn't be able to secure it if the wind picks up.
There is the option to guy it out, but ultimately it's not something we would recommend as in windy conditions it wouldn't be stable.
The fly screen windows on the middle section, do they have fold away flaps that prevent rain from entering the tent? In other words, can the entire tent become waterproof? I just can't see any photos showing the screens being covered.
I've just double checked for you, and you can definitely enclose the entire fly to make the interior of the Zempire Aerodome I waterproof.
There are solid panels on the doors and windows that can be either zipped up, or rolled back and pinned out of the way to expose the mesh for airflow.
Since this is done internally, I can see how it looks like everything is open on the images we've got - but you can zip everything up to prevent water coming through.
As the Zempire Aereodome 1 and 1plus look pretty similar to the Black Wolf Air Plus tents I was wondering what the main differences are? Why is the Black Wolf Air in the Touring category wheras the Zempire Aero is in the 'standard' dome tent category? Any major difference in the time to pitch them? If so, which one is faster? Is there a difference in their condensation accumulation/ sturdiness, etc.? Which on would be better for touring with a family of 4? Thanks!
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