If Marty and Doc went camping in the future they would have slept in a Zempire Aerodome, and with the Aerodome III Air Tent they could have taken Biff and the whole McFly family with them.
Situated around a central living space, all with their own enternal doors, are three sleeping pods that can be removed to create a space big enough for a science class. To the front of this space is a weather-proof vestibule with large PVC windows that serves as the main entrance to the tent.
Rapidly inflated with a double action pump, floor level vents for airflow and a living area skylight, the Zempire Aerodome 3 has everything you would expect in a tent from the future.
This is the way forward. Quick and easy to set up and take down. Great quality, spacious with 3 sleeping zones. We used it for the first time a couple of weeks ago it was the best purchase we made.
I see that the pods are removable but can they be set up separately?
I've just checked this for you, and I've found that the sleeping pods inside the Aerodome III can't be used as a standalone structure outside of the Aerodome tent.
The pods are made of polyester and mesh, and to set them up you actually clip them onto the inside of the tent - so they don't have a rigid structure with poles that would allow them to be freestanding.
How do these tents do in the extreme weather- wind & rain? We stay a lot on the coast/beach where there is always an ocean breeze at certain times of the day.
So far we’ve had nothing but positive feedback from the Zempire Aerodome range.
The Aerodome III is built for 3 season conditions, but it does have a high waterhead rating, heat taped seams and a weather proof vestibule - so it has the features to accommodate breezy coastal conditions. We always recommend using all the pegs and guy ropes, and facing the tent in the correct direction especially if you’re expecting winds for extra stability.
Just keep in mind that in extreme weather conditions every tent will have its limitations, so as this tent is 3 season it won't be ideal to use in heavy wind and rain.
Hi, I have been trying to decide between the Zempire Aerodome 111 and the Outdoor Connection Galaxy plus tent. Both have 3 bedrooms and another room. Which do you think is the better quality and what is the time difference in setting up and packing up between the 2
G’day Phil, we’ve had good feedback on both models, and in terms of quality we couldn’t recommend one over the other. We’ve had more experience with tents from Outdoor Connection, but that’s not to say that Zempire aren’t a good brand - we just don’t have as much history with them. The main difference in structure between the two is that the Zempire Aerodome is inflatable, so set up and pack up time is halved. The Aerodome will take about 20 minutes to set up (depending on your experience and the conditions) and the Galaxy Plus will take you double that figure at the least. So really, the main factor is how much time you want to spend on setting and packing up.
Just wondering how the Zempire tents compare in materials and quality to the black wolf air tents. Are they made of the same materials? And are the black wolf air tents the same materials as the turbo light range of tents?
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