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Oztrail

Mozzie Dome II Tent

$99.95
$69.90

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Wed: 9am - 5.30pm
Thursday: 9am - 7.30pm
Friday: 9am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 9.30am - 2.30pm

For balmy nights in humid conditions where you’re carrying minimal gear – the Oztrail Mozzie Dome II could be right up your street.

Constructed from super fine No-See-Um mesh, you’ll be able to snooze under the stars – minus the annoying biting insects. Featuring a durable and lightweight fibreglass cross pole design, with easy access D doors – this shelter is perfect for the travelling couple, or lone wolf who likes a bit more room. 

If you’d like to turn this shelter into an all-weather tent, you can just add the additional compatible fly to your set up. For a comfortable night’s sleep, the Oztrail Mozzie Dome II is the way to go on your next trip to the tropics.

  • Minimal weight and compact pack size
  • Strong and durable cross pole design
  • Oxford polyester tub floor
  • Made from extra fine No-See-Um mesh
Snowys Code:
125917
Supplier Code:
MPH-MD2-B
Season:
1
Sleeping Capacity:
2 Person
External Dimensions:
230L x 130W cm
Packed Dimensions:
56L x 21W x 21H cm
Max. Head Height:
95 cm
Material:
No-See-Um Mesh
Floor Material:
210T Oxfor Polyester
Frame Material:
Durawrap Fibreglass
Weight:
1.9 Kg
Warranty:
1 Year
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Oct 06 2017

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The poles let this tent down. They are heavy fiber glass poles which are easily broken. Replacement poles cost the same amount as another tent, meaning once you break a pole you need to throw away the whole tent and buy a new one.

- Derby, WA
Response from Snowys Oct 06 2017

These are certainly made to be an affordable mesh tent Danyel, but we've not had any ongoing issues with the poles. As for the price of replacement poles, you only need to replace the broken pole section, not the entire pole. There are kits available in which there are four replacement sections that you can cut to length. They are not overly expensive, check them out here. If you want better quality fibreglass, you can upgrade to the Duraplus pole sections. ~ Ben

Mar 22 2017

Good tent

I too am disappointed that the poles aren't metal - otherwise good, servicable if not particularly light weight tent.

- Bribie Island
Jun 07 2015

Mozzie Dome II Tent

For the price it is good value. However, I would pay more for aluminium poles rather then the heavy fiberglass poles used. And the zippers do not close fully at the zipper ends, which is a problem in heavily infested sandfly regions as they get in. I would pay more for YKK Zippers that close fully rather than these cheap ones. But overall, it's great in a hot climate and I can deal with the above issues through modifications.

- POINT SAMSON, WA
Oct 11 2011

Fantastic hiking tent.

Have had my mozzie dome for years now and am so very impressed with it.. Still. I use it for hiking and bike touring. With the fly it is a fantastic hike tent option. Kept surprisingly bone dry during storms and big downpours. This impressed me the most.

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