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Kamp-Rite

Double Tent Cot

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Kamp Rite TentCots are ideal for sleeping outdoors as they provide cocoon-like protection from the elements, insects, wildlife, and the ground below

  • They take only seconds to set up
  • The Double TentCot is a 2 person Tent Cot, longer than a queen-size bed and almost as wide
  • Entry is available from all four sides thanks to the added support legs
  • Inner storage pockets provide ample opportunity to store items such as wallets, cell phones, iPods and watches
  • Constructed of heavy duty 210 denier nylon, all Tentcots have taped seams and are fully waterproof
  • Easily converts into a lounge or a chair for added versatility
  • Tent Cots feature a heavy duty powder-coated welded steel frame and quality Poly Ox nylon hinges and will support up to 230kg
  • A stability pole runs down the centre of the sleeping surface.
  • Other features include “No-See-Um” fly-mesh on all openings, easy-use and corrosion resistant zippers along with superior quality clips and buckles.
  • A fully rainproof fly is included
  • A 600 denier polyester carry bag is also provided for easy and convenient storage of your TentCot
Snowys Code:
24894
Supplier Code:
KR03
Season:
2-3
Sleeping Capacity:
2 Person
External Dimensions:
213L x 135W x 102H cm
Sleeping Area:
213L x 135W cm
Packed Dimensions:
142L x 86W x 20H cm
Max. Head Height:
72 cm
Mat Thickness:
1 cm
Material:
210D Nylon
Inner Material:
210D Nylon
Floor Material:
210D Nylon
Frame Material:
Powder Coated Steel
Waterproof:
Yes
Weight:
23.1 Kg
Warranty:
1 Year
Staff tip:While the tent cot includes a built in mattress, we recommend the addition of two second mattresses for extra warmth and comfort.
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Jun 14 2016

Double Tent Cot

This design of a raised floor bed tent is unique as it is practical. No more uneven surface sleeping or worrying about creatures crawling into your tent, this tent is so relaxing to sleep in. The only negative comment I have about this tent is the metal beam that runs down the centre length of the bed. You will need to purchase a high density mattress to help hide this annoying beam, without the mattress you will be partitioned to either half of the bed and won't really enjoy the experience.

- NAMBOUR, QLD
Nov 16 2015

Why don't I see more of these out there!?

The double tent cot is fabulous! I don't understand why I don't see more around! There are so many advantages over a normal tent or swag. No pegs or ropes, off the ground, easier to get in and out of, more comfortable than sleeping on the ground, cleaning is easy and often unnecessary, super dry, no soaking or pooling when it rains, amazingly sturdy and durable. You will probably find a normal tent more suitable if you have to hike, but if you are not hiking, get a tentcot!

- COOMA, NSW

Does this come with a 10cm built in mattress? Because on your site it says 1cm1 answers

On the American website it says 10cm but yours says 1?¿?¿

- Sydney (5 days ago)

G'day Justin,

I've just checked this for you, and the bottom of the Kamp-Rite Double Tent Cot definitely measures 1cm - in fact it's more like a thin layer of insulation/padding than a mat. 

In general we always recommend that you use this cot with a mat inside it, as it's not going to be comfortable or warm enough on it's own. 

- Snowys(5 days ago)

Dimentions1 answers

Kindly confirm the dimensions (sleeping), as the ones given, don't make sense. (smaller than the single-cot..?) A picture of the folded pack would be great. Thanks.

- Milton/BNE/QLD(2 months ago)

G'day Tom,

I apologise for that little hiccup there, there must have been a little mix up with those dimensions when we launched our new website - I do apologise for the confusion!

I've just updated everything now to reflect the correct dimensions and the Kamp-Rite Double Cot measures 213L x 135W cm - it's a little bit shorter but wider than the smaller models.

If you have a look at the Kamp-Rite website, they have some images of this tent packed flat in its bag, and when it's laid flat (with the legs still up) which you can check out here. 

- Snowys(2 months ago)

tent cot spare parts2 answers

Do you sell spare parts eg the clips that attach to the roof poles and the roof poles and prices please

- CANBERRA, ACT(3 months ago)

These are not readily available items sorry Bob, we'll need to get in touch with our supplier for price and availability information. We won't be able to get in touch with them until Monday though sorry, I've made a follow up note so we can get back to you then with some detail.

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Hi Bob, I've just been in touch with our supplier about this, and there are spare parts available. Price for the pole is about $30 and there would be a freight component to sending it to you, the clips are a minor cost and we would be able to help you out with a few of these. You'll need to get in touch with us - 1300 914 007 so we can grab some details and get back to you with a final cost and delivery time.

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Is green the only colour they come in?1 answers

- BOAMBEE, NSW(4 months ago)

Hi Andrew, I’ve just double checked the supplier’s website and Kamp-Rite don’t have any other colours available for the Double Tent Cot model, so we’re stuck with just green at the moment.

- Snowys(4 months ago)

what is the weight recommendation for safe use 1 answers

- AMITY POINT, QLD(4 months ago)

Hi John, the maximum recommended weight as per Kamp-rite’s website is 500lbs which is about 226kg.

- Snowys(4 months ago)

Can the stability pole be removed 1 answers

I've had double stretchers before and the middle pole is a real pain can this one be removed so you can sleep in the middle?

- Atherton (6 months ago)
It can't sorry Justen, this is a common issue with double camp stretchers and I don't have an alternative to recommend sorry.
- Snowys(6 months ago)

Could you send me photos of this "middle pole"?1 answers

I can't visualise where this pole is and how it might affect the comfort of this tent.

- Burwood, NSW(7 months ago)
G'day Vince - There are a couple of videos on YouTube (search "Kamp-Rite Double Tent Cot") that show you a 360 degree view of the cot. Check 'em out and that'll give you a better understanding of the role of the middle pole. Hope that helps. Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(7 months ago)

What does it look like packed down?1 answers

- MURWILLUMBAH, NSW(1 year ago)
The tent cot folds down into itself into a large rectangle which fits into a nylon storage bag (132 L x 81 W x 20 H cm).
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Middle pole1 answers

Will the tent cot still be useable if you removed the middle pole?

- STRATFORD, VIC(1 year ago)
You could Castelle. The poles across the top don't actually add structural stability, but they do create more headroom inside the tent by lifting the ceiling. Leaving the poles out of the set-up would also create issues during a rain event as water would pool in the top.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Why do the pictures show no pole down the middle? This seems misleading.1 answers

- Sydney(1 year ago)
Hi Adam, I'm sorry the pictures don't clearly show the centre pole, it is not obvious until you put weight on to the sleeping surface. I guess it is there to add stability to the tent. I have added a bullet point to our description so it is clearer for our customers.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Is there a pole down the middle?1 answers

Is there a pole down the middle that separates the 2 sides so you can't spread yourself out?

- STRATFORD, NSW(1 year ago)
Hi Castelle, there is a pole running down the centre of the double tent cot, this avoids arguments over who takes up most of the bed space!
- Snowys(1 year ago)

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