The Speedy Earth Tent 6 from Explore Planet Earth is going to give you everything you need to make your camping experience comfortable and fuss free.
The layout features one large room with a divider if your group needs a bit more privacy. The canvas exterior gives you the protection you need from the sun, while the Teflon coating and PVC floor will shelter you from wet weather. The unique external frame is made from lightweight yet robust aluminium, and the tent fabric is attached to it with fabric loops and Velcro to make it easy to repair. The generous head height and double door configuration makes it very liveable for a small family or group, as you’ll able to breeze in and out of this tent with no trouble.
With four no-see-um mesh covered windows that you can use open, closed or opened with gussets – you’ll have plenty of ventilation, insect protection, and privacy. When you’re camping with a bigger group, it’s just so hard to stay organised. The interior of the Speedy Earth Tent has plenty of pockets for storing your gear, so you’ll never lose your phone, keys, tablet or torch ever again!
The Speedy Earth tent also has the option to close off the three pole awning with optional side and front panels – so you can get the most out of your space. For a compact, reliable and spacious tent, the Speedy 6 Earth tent is a solid choice for the family or group on the move.
We are keen on the design we have seen - ie no middle front pole - as we want it to fit behind or alongside our campervan.
I haven't seen it set up like this but can't see why it shouldn't work. I guess it may mean that the awning could be slightly less stable so you'd probably have to space the outer poles far enough apart to ensure the awning is taut and guy it out really well.
The Speedy 6 Earth Tent is brand new to us as well, so we don’t have a lot of experience with it but we can try and guide you through it.
While the Speedy 6 Earth is a fast to set up tent, it’s not going to be as quick to set up as a traditional pop up tent (where you just take it out of the bag and peg it out) as you’ll have a few extra steps such as design setting up the awning, and putting in the roof poles.
There’s a great video of how this tent sets up, which does through how the whole thing comes together. It also has a couple of reviews under it if that helps you out there as well.
As for it’s structure, this tent has a unique aluminium external frame which looks to be very sturdy, and it’s made from Teflon coated polycotton that’s rated to 2000mm so it should keep out the rain. We do have a lot of confidence in the brand, but it is hard to give you a solid answer as we haven’t had any feedback on the tent yet.
Thanks for the feedback, I did see one and it looks a bit roomier then the Rv 5, and better airflow possibly. I currently have a large dome tent that I'm over setting up, so I'm sure this is quicker
Hi Ben. Only thing I would be cautious is very windy weather in any tent. It is best to take your tent down if the wind starts to blow your tent around to avoid damage, as wind and water damage is not covered under Manufacturer Warranty.
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