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RV2 Canvas Touring Tent

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Ideal for the touring couple, the multi award winning design of the 30 Second Oztent RV2 Canvas Touring Tent is considered by many to be one of the best tents on the market with ample space for two travellers who like to keep things simple.

The patented internal aluminium frame enables one person to effortlessly assemble and disassemble the tent in less than 30 seconds. Twist and Lock telescopic poles are included to extend the awning which features a stiffener that makes rolling up the awning a one person job.

Side and rear windows feature super fine insect mesh as does the door, while the rear window can be guyed out to allow ventilation in all weather.

Made with nothing but quality components, the Oztent RV2 features 100% waterproof 8oz ripstop canvas, YKK zips throughout, heavy duty PVC flooring and guy ropes with built in storage pockets.

  • 100% waterproof seam sealed 8oz ripstop canvas
  • Heavy duty PVC bucket floor
  • Extra large awning with zippers for accessories
  • Super fine insect proof mesh throughout
  • Two side and one rear window
  • Sleeps 2-3
  • Range of accessories available
  • Includes awning poles, pegs, guy ropes and heavy duty carry bag
  • 2 year warranty
Snowys Code:
Supplier Code:
3 - 4
Sleeping Capacity:
2 Person
Recommended Capacity:
2 Person
External Dimensions:
400L x 240W x 190H cm
Sleeping Area:
200L x 200W cm
Packed Dimensions:
200L x 25W x 15H cm
Max. Head Height:
190 cm
8Oz (180D) Ripstop Polycotton Canvas
Floor Material:
PVC Vinyl
Frame Material:
19 Kg
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Feb 14 2016

Great product and service

Tent suits our needs and is quick and easy to set up. We ordered from Snowys between Xmas and new years so didnt expect to receive it for a while as we live in a rural area, but received it within a couple of days, which was excellent!very impressed with Snowys service.

Jan 18 2016


Purchased rv2 plus peaked side panels. Looked at how it works on utube and various other web sites. Took it out for overnight to see how I went putting it up myself. Totally amazed that it actually is as easy as portrayed. The day was 35 deg. And as some people have reported it was warm inside. With all vents and Windows open. No bugs though. Have ordered the fly for it, but was thinking be great winter tent. Being aged lady with dmax,I'm going to get roller on tradies rack.

Apr 30 2015

Interstate service 👍

Been looking for the RV 2 tent for a while and found it at Snowys. Days before the Easter holidays I committed to the purchase and asked if it would arrive it time for the holidays. The gentleman (Ben I believe) completely explained the sale and courier processes and hand delivered my tent to the pick up area to secure the rapid delivery of the tent on the morning of the 3 day. The phone call and internet service is second to none. Snowys is my new camping store. Awesome work. thanks Rodge.


Width of awning1 answers

Hi, could you tell me the width of the awning where poles are? Thanks Ken

- 2444(3 months ago)

G’day Ken, the width of the awning on the Oztent RV2 Touring Tent is 2 metres, and the poles stand at 1.9m - I hope this was helpful!

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Is periodic re-waterproofing necessary with the polycotton canvas?1 answers

- MARGARET RIVER, WA(4 months ago)
Good question Jane. The Oztent Rv's are all treated with a waterproof and rot proof coating. This treatment does not deteriorate under normal recreational use, so the answer is no. The only time you may need to apply a waterproofing agent is after several years of long term exposure to the elements. I'm thinking after 10 years of solid use.
- Snowys(4 months ago)

tent floor protector1 answers

I have seen mentioned the value of a floor protector. Please forgive my ignorance - but does the protector or the tarp go under the tent or on top of the floor? Or is it best to do both? Cheers Michael

- ELIZABETH EAST, SA(6 months ago)
Hi Michael, a groundsheet, dropsheet, footprint, floor protector, floor saver, whatever you want to call them generally go under your tent. They protect the tent floor from abrasion, punctures and tears caused by rough ground, and in the instance of lighter weight tents provide another level of water protection. It is much easier and cheaper to replace these groundsheets in the case of damage than the sewn in tent floor. Some groundsheets are cut specifically to the shape of certain tent models and often clip into the frame, the RV tents are an example of this. A tarp or similar will achieve the same thing in terms of protection, are often cheaper, and you can usually find a size to fit underneath as well as offering coverage of the ground under the awning and/or directly adjacent to your tent.
- Snowys(6 months ago)

Does the RV2 touring tent match the span between the poles of the fox wing awning also made by Oz tent?1 answers

- Sydney(10 months ago)
We don't sell the Foxwing Awning Ash, so I can't give you a first hand answer on this. However, by looking at dimensions it looks like the side of the Foxwing is 2.6 m. An RV2 is 2 m across so will fall short, but the RV5 at 2.6 m is perfectly compatible with the Foxwing Awning.
- Snowys(10 months ago)

Is the carry bag waterproof?1 answers

- Chesapeake va(1 year ago)
It's not seam sealed Chris, but the fabric is waterproof so very little, if any water is going to get inside the carry bag.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Delivery to

Pick up from Snowys

92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA

Opening hours:
Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
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