Our biggest stretcher, Outdoor Connection’s Sundowner Titan Stretcher offers bucket loads of sleeping space and stability.
The unique all in one frame has no end bars, is easily set up and features unique leg struts that enable a static weight rating of 170kg.
Generously padded for comfort and insulation, the Sundownder Titan Stretcher is a roomy stretcher for campers who need lots of wriggle space when they sleep.
Well worth the price, which is very reasonable. I've only used it twice and can't fault it. Wish I had of found it and brought one earlier.
Very heavy duty stretcher. This thing is huge and also very tall don't underestimate it! Very good quality and biggest stretcher on the market. Very happy with it.
This stretcher weighs a bit, but for good reason. It's solid! Even with a human moving and big dog jumping up and down on it, I think this stretcher can hold up to practically anything. I love the square frame (as it's less likely to bend where it shouldn't) and it's easy to set up once you get the hang of it. The cover fabric is sturdy and easy to clean.
The name should have given us a clue...Titan. Long, strong & comfortable. Very happy!!.. though could be more comfortable for shorties like me (unlike my 6' tall husband) if the long edges were rounded not squared...only because my feet couldn't touch the ground and one has to slide across the sharpish edge to get off. Also check the width of your tent. They are generously wide. We upgraded our new 4man tent to a 6man...but definitely worth while with no regrets. A good buy.
Thank you Judith for such a great review, very helpful!
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We haven't tried fitting on in ourselves, but the Oztent RV4 is 240L x 240W cm, and the Sundowner Titan Stretcher is 218L x 102W x 53H cm - so it would seem that way from the dimensions.
Hi Just received my new Titan stretcher , easily looks the best made I have tried . Just wanting to get an idea of the velcro straps ?
We're so glad to hear that you're loving the quality of this stretcher, Outdoor Connection may not be the biggest brand, but they really do deliver on their products.
I've just had a look at this stretcher myself, and it appears that the velcro straps are there to create more tension at the head of the stretcher. This is (we think) to eliminate the need for a bar across the top (which can be uncomfortable for some) and prevent it from sagging and straining your neck.
I hope this helps, and do let us know how you get on with your Sundowner Titan Stretcher.
Would the Burke and Wills Simpson xl swag fit on this stretcher with out the swag poles sagging on the side of the stretcher?
Having a look at the dimensions of the swag, I would suggest it wouldn't fit safely on the top of the Stretcher, without possible damage to the Swag over time. Another option ould be the Kamp-Rite series of Tent Cots, which may do the trick for you? It would work in a similar way
Another option ould be the Kamp-Rite series of Tent Cots, which may do the trick for you? It would work in a similar way and offer some ventilation below the cot and protection from the elements from above.
These cots do have a built in foam mattress however comfort can be improved with the addition of another mat on top.
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