For after-dark dozing and mid-arvo musing, the Pop Up Pod Tent 3P by OZtrail pops out large and packs down small.
While regulating internal temperatures and airflow, the mesh-vented roof and removable cover give you the option to wake up to a warm, sunny haze and drift into a sleepy stargaze. While the silver-coated, 1000mm waterhead rated materials offer relief from the rain, the removable cap cover also provides additional water protection. Be it your pop-up pod at a festival or a swift set-up on a weekend away - simply remove the tent from the carry bag and watch it whip into shape. Access your sanctuary effortlessly through the substantially sized doorway and make use of guy points for supplementary stability in the gustier gales.
For a less in-tents setup at the site - the OZtrail Pop Up Pod Tent 3P is literally the straight-up alternative.
Removable roof cover
Mesh vented roof to reduce condensation, mediate airflow, and regulate internal temperatures
Space for two people plus luggage
Generous size door for easy access
Guy rope points for added stability in windy weather
Easy pack-down into carry bag
248L x 213W x 96H cm
238L x 203W cm
89L x 89W x 3D cm
Max. Head Height:
Silver Coated Polyester
Polyester | No−See−Um Mesh
Heavy Duty Polyethylene
Fibreglass | Sprung Steel
Cap Cover 1000mm
Will i be able to fit two king signle (195 x 80 x 10cm) self inflating mattresses in it?
Jesse - Melbourne, VIC(8 months ago)
I'd say your chances here are pretty good. We have not tested mats out with this particular tent, but we have done some with similar 3P pop-up tents before and two single mats fit fine. Its always a hard call to make given these tents have an oval-shaped floor space, but the 3P generally has enough room
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Floor plan1 answer
Is there a vestibule area in this tent (e.g. for shoes etc.)?
Sarah - Fullarton, SA(1 year ago)
No, the Oztrail Pop Up Pod tent does not have a vestibule area, it's ultimately a single-skin domed shape tent.