A compact tent for mosquito magnets, with a Zempire Neo 6 Dome Tent you can relax in bug free comfort at the end of the day, or keep the outback flies at bay!
Sleeping space for four and breezy fully enclosed front vestibule that keeps insect out and doubles as a bedroom for two extra people. Three entrances to the vestibule combine with huge mesh windows on each side of the rear room, and vents for exceptional ventilation.
Sturdily constructed with a geodesic frame, the Zempire Neo 6 Dome Tent oozes functionality and value.
We purchased this tent under advice from Snowys for a recent trip to Cape York as we wanted a product that was big enough for a family, small in pack size and weight and wasn't going to let us down. It was very easy to assemble and pack away and the storage bag is sensational as the tent always fits back in. My only criticism is that the windows are on the outside, which means you have to go outside in the rain to close them. But when the windows are closed, there is little to no ventilation which in a tropical climate is not fun.
This is a great tent, certainly for 4 people with room for bags and general camping stuff. It took an hour to erect it, unpack the car, inflate the airbed and have a glass Red wine. Not too bad for someone who was unfamiliar with the tent. Had 10mm rain with gust of 35km and 9º at night and the tent performed 100%
My only criticism it would have been good to have the pins that the poles locate on colour coded to match the Red, Blue and Green poles and guy ropes that weren't camouflaged! Somewhat children unfriendly. Both pretty minor though
Just got back from camping by the beach in very windy conditions. This great looking tent kept us and our gear protected from the elements. We were even able to store our bikes in the vestibule. No need to crouch/crawl to get to anything due to the roof height and upright walls inside. Protected us from rain on second night too and it did rain as per puddles we saw on waking the next day. Quality you can feel in the mesh, the zips, colour coded poles, tent fabric. Thanks zempire & snowys
Fantastic review Charito, thank you for taking the time to share your experience!
This tent is great for space, quality and most of its features. I say most as I bought this tent on the basis of it having a side door as pictured and advertised but when it was delivered the version we received was without a side access door to the rear room which was a necessary feature for us so we were forced to return it. Snowys made a full refund but the tent is still being advertised with the side door in the picture so beware if this feature is important to your needs! Otherwise its tops
G'day Paul. Great point you've made - the two massive side windows (that look like doors) in the main room have fixed mesh. Therefore they're unable to be used as walk-through doors. Thanks for leaving your comment, this will really help other customers. Laine
Is the door between the sleeping area & the vestibule made of mesh?
All doors of the inner Neo 6 tent are made from mesh.
I'm a bit confused by all the different height info - What do the 3 different heights mean and relate to? Can you tell me the height in the main tent. Specifications say 185 internally, diagram says 190 external, why the difference? Thanks!
The standing height in the main section of the Zempire Neo 6 is 185cm. We've allowed a 5cm difference to accommodate the space between the inner tent and outer fly.
On the first diagram (which Zempire provides), the heights listed there are for the relevant sections as indicated from an external perspective.
Hi, Can the front door be extended as an awning.
That's a really good question David! We don't have one up in store at the moment so we will confirm the details with Zempire on Monday for you.
(Generally if its designed to be an awning it will include brass eyelets through which you can secure the poles however you could probably use the bungy loops but they wouldn't be as stable. For this reason we'd like to check that it has been designed to complete this function to ensure its strong enough and won't cause any problems.)
I've just had a chat with Zempire on the phone, and they've said that just the front door on the vestibule of the Neo 6 can be pegged out as an awning.
Hi, I am planing to jenolan caravanpark in May.I have two little kids, I prefer two rooms. And also like to easy setup.I m wondering between the Coleman Gold Instant up 6P and Neo 6, which would you recommend?
Both these tents are good quality however as the Neo range uses a traditional pole system which is simple and relatively fast to set up, its not as quick as the instant up range. Having said that, the Instant up 6 has only one room whereas you can have basically the same tent with two rooms by considering the larger Instant up Gold 8P. This tent then seems to fit your needs best in that it's fast to put up, has two rooms to give you some space for the family and still has all the features and waterproofing you had considered with the 6P & Neo.
If you'd like to discuss this further, please give us a call.
Please confirm that the main rear room does not have an external door.
There is no mention of a rear door in the information provided by Zempire, so it would appear that there are only doors on the vestibule of the Neo 6.
I like the design, but also think a canopy will be good t have. Does the Neo6 has any canopy?
G’day Dion, the Zempire Neo 6 definitely has a canopy – but it’s more commonly known as a fly. In the pictures it a little bit hard to tell, but the grey and blue material on top of the tent is the fly. In most of the images the doors and windows are rolled up – but these openings can be fully zipped up to form a complete cover on the tent.
Hi Sofia, I’ve had a read through the feedback from other customers who have used the Neo range – and they've said it was fairly easy to use and took them around 20 minutes for this style of tent (on their first go). This tent is perhaps a little more complicated than something like the Instant Up range - as the Neo 6 requires you to assemble the poles, thread them through the sleeves, peg out the peg points, and then attach the fly. I’ve attached the pitching instructions under the product description, so hopefully you can get a more detailed look at how it all comes together.
Hello, Are you able to hang a light in either the vestibule, main cabin or both? Is there a spot to threat power cord anywhere into the tent? Thanks
We are a family of four (kids aged 4 and 6) experienced campers looking for a simple, but very good quality tent with a vestibule that will work in summer and rain. Which option would you recommend of these two? Or another one? Thanks
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