The perfect adventure pod, the Zempire Pro III V2 Air Tent is the family home away from home.
Every camper knows that good things come in fours – like three private bedrooms separated by a fourth living area that connects hustle and bustle with rest and rejuvenation, meanwhile maintaining modesty in private chambers! An exceptional 8,000mm waterhead rating withstands the heavier weather, while tinted PVC skylights offer a sense of more space, privacy, and protection from outdoor elements.
Enjoy indoor space in any outdoor place sooner with a fully inflatable frame, plus central cross structure for stability. While rear access to the master bedroom increases airflow in hot and humid conditions, side awning access both reduces congestion at the front entrance and offers additional living or cooking – the ultimate tent city for your campsite setup. An extended awning provides additional shade on the lazy days too, when sunny haze stretches into dusky sunsets.
The Pro III V2 Air Tent by Zempire is the ultimate portable fortress for the great outdoors!
Full inflatable frame with central cross structure
Tinted PVC skylights for weather protection and privacy
Three individual bedrooms split by large living area for privacy
Extended awning area for increased shelter
Rear access to master bedroom with adequate airflow
Side awning access for reduced front traffic
8,000mm waterhead rating for water resistance
8 Person + Living Space
6 Person + Living Space
Master Bedroom 280W x 220D | Side Bedroom 165W x 240D cm each
For a tent at this price, I'd expect it to be able to handle high wind speeds. The write up states a lot about the water resistance but has hardly touched on wind speeds. Has there been any testing on this?
Geoff - Oaklands Park, SA (6 months ago)
Wind testing is not something that is generally done on family tents or even basic hiking tents. Wind tunnel testing and ratings are usually only done on high-tech, expedition quality tents used for mountaineering. When it comes to tents suitable for windy conditions such as coastal camping, you can't really go past air tents, they move and flex with the wind as opposed to role frame tents which cant flex, and will snap or have weak points at hinges for example. If you want to know more about Air Tents and their suitability for different conditions, check out our podcast with Zempire here.