There’s no need to rebuild the Taj Mahal when the whole brood wants to go camping, just pump up the Evo TXL V2 from Zempire, and you’ll be kicking back with style in no time.
Bringing SeroLink™ beam technology to the forefront, you get a lightweight system that reduces bulk without compromising durability and portability. With the tunnel design and angled beam construction, you also get improved headroom, rigidity and wind performance, plus the zip-out dividers mean you can customise your bedroom layout and create up to 4 private quarters for sleeping 6 people in comfort. The TXL V2 is constructed with 68D, torrential rain tested fabric that’s UV SPF 50 rated, plus breathable and TPU tape seam-sealed, then the fly adds further protection through 150D, 130T poly oxford. 15 ventilation points, including 5 external windows, 3 tent entry/exit points, and your main awning entry/exit point give you all the versatility you need to keep the whole family comfortable and happy.
Redesigned and with more bells and whistles than you can poke a stick at, the Evo TXL V2 from Zempire will have you celebrating your inner emperor/empress without the need for any marble mausoleums.
SeroLink™ frame system
Angled beam construction
Durable 140gsm PE floor
Tinted PVC skylights with covers
Bug proof mesh
15 ventilation points
4 entry/exit points
3 twin layered D doors
Reflective guy ropes and anchor webbing
Anti grit reversed zippers with glow-in-the-dark pulls
2 interior storage ladders
Double action pump included
8 Person with optional Aero TXL Bedroom
6 Person + Living Space
655L x 460W cm
220L x 440W cm
75L x 55W x 55H cm
Max. Head Height:
150D 130T Poly Oxford Polyester | SPF 50
75D 320T Breathable Polyester
140gsm Polyethylene | 12 x 12
Fly 6000mm | Floor Not Specified by Zempire
Is the pump included in the tent or do you need to buy a pump separately?
Catherine - Mermaid Waters, QLD(1 year ago)
We have this information in the specifications, but it's easily missed! There is a double action pump included.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Roof cover1 answer
Hi, is it worthwhile to add the optional roof cover for extra rain protection, or does it just help with keeping the temperature down in the tent?
Nath - Brisbane, QLD(2 years ago)
The TXL already has a massive waterhead rating at 6000mm, so the roof cover isn't necessary for additional waterproofing. Its main goal is to keep your tent clean and protected from overhead stuff like bird poo and tree sap and can make the tent a bit darker, and apparently cooler. Although, I wouldn't rely on it for the latter as there are so many variables that affect the temperature inside your tent.
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
Aerobase Pro1 answer
Hi, can the Aerobase TXL Pro Version be used on the EVO TXL, if wanting a higher quality version of the Aerobase?
Gianni - Dianella, WA(3 years ago)
Sorry, I'm a tad confused by your question? If you're asking if the Aerobase 3 Pro Shelter can be used with the Evo TXL Air Tent, then the answer is yes, you can connect the Pro Shelter, with the Evo TXL Air Tent using the X-Large Evo Link. Hopefully that was the information you were after, if not, please let us know and we'll do our best to get an answer for you.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Quality comparison1 answer
How does this compare to the pro version of the TXL? Specifically the things that are important to me are fabric quality/water rating plus light block out, but balanced with overall weight. I have read the spec differences and watched the videos but I’m wondering if there is a real functional difference. Price wise it works out almost equal once you add the front annex and bedroom. We have a zempire aerodome III (the original model, not the new pro) which we are happy with quality wise but want a different layout). How does the aero compare quality wise with this? Is the pro vs aero fabric significantly different in terms of light block out, heat retention or overall strength? We find the aerodome to be very bright inside which is a downside for us with small children.
Michelle - Sydney(3 years ago)
We don't yet have the Aero TXL Pro version so it's a little tricky to give a direct comparison, however I'll do my best with the information on our site and the Zempire site. The main difference between the Evo and Pro tents is the fabrics used, as you've noted. The pro tents have a high denier fabric, with a higher SPF rating, and higher waterhead rating, overall this will give the Pro better longevity, and be a better option in wet conditions, there will be a minimal difference in light block out. If you did add the extra bedroom and front awning you'd be looking at a similar price, however, the Evo will still be slightly more affordable.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Air circulation1 answer
Are the two side doors and the front area the only places that open for the breeze to come in? There doesn’t seem to be any window openings in the bedroom area? So no through flow other than side to side (and presumably if you have the additional bedroom fixed in that takes out one of the side vents? Would that make this tent unsuitable for really hot conditions?
Michelle - Sydney (3 years ago)
There are lots of ventilation options in the EVO TXL V2 Air Tent. The rear section has floor vents and a large rear gusseted window for flow-through ventilation. The bedroom area has upper vents that allow ventilation to flow from the floor vents and rear gusset window vent through to the bedroom. Zempire has designed the tent with Australian conditions in mind, and it is generally quite suitable for hot conditions.