For the big group tourers out there, the Oztrail Tourer 420 Cabin tent will give you the space and easy set up you’re after, without costing you and arm and a leg. With two spacious rooms you can house 8 adults at full capacity, or you can use one for sleeping and one for relaxing. The large awning can be used as an extended living area with an optional floor guard, or as a shady spot on a sunny day.
The Fast Frame 300 has a strong steel pole frame with durable non-corrosive plastic hubs, and reinforced peg and guy rope points for stability. The inner tent and fly is made from light and durable polyester that protects from UV rays and helps to make this tent completely waterproof. The heat taped seams and PVC coated polyester bucket floor with laminated welded corners will keep you dry in wet and windy weather conditions – so there’ll be no damp and disgruntled campers in sight.
Each window has a storm flap that can be shut with Velcro which will keep out wind driven rain. You’ll also get plenty of airflow from the No-See-Um mesh which will prevent any insects from making a surprise appearance inside your tent. To set up simply lay it flat, unfold the knuckles, extend the legs out, add the fly over the top and then set up the awning and you’re good to go!
Hi, are the hinges as durable as explained? Have there been any replaced ?
Excellent question. I've popped across the office and spoken with our warranties manager, Nick. He said that in all his time at Snowys, he's never had to arrange a replacement or repair of one of the hinges on an Oztrail Tourer 420 Fast Frame Tent. That seems to be the best indication that they're of a pretty good quality.
Does the warranty cover damage caused by the wind?
Typically warranty doesn't cover environmental damage such as wind.
However, if you've had or have an issue in future, we're always happy to investigate. Our Warranties Manager, Nick can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org and does everything he can to help you get out camping again.
Hi, two questions.....have you had any feedback on how this tent holds up in windy conditions? Also, is the room divider attached to the floor of the tent? Cheers
In windy conditions, we'd recommend that you ensure the tent is completely pegged out and that the guy ropes are tensioned. As with any 'tall' tent, they are susceptible to wind damage, but taking steps to ensure everything is set up correctly will go a long way to preventing this.
The wall inside the tent is fixed and can be opened with a zipper.
Hi Just wondering if the mesh above the door can be zipped up? I can see that it is covered by the awning however I was wondering if it also had its own cover? Thank you
Yes there's a fabric panel to cover the doors to keep the elements out.
Hi Snowy's, I'm torn between this and the Coleman instant up gold 10p. What would be the main differences? This would be for two adults who like an extra room for relaxing in if it's raining etc. Thanks!
Both the Instant Up and Fast Frame tents are designed to be quick and easy to set up tents for extended trips where you’re going to be setting up in a new location quite frequently. So as far as setting up and packing down – these models are on par with each other.
Both tents will also give you plenty of space for two adults to relax, as they both have a large awning that can be used to sit under.
The main point of difference would be durability and weather resistance. The Instant Up has a thicker floor, a higher waterhead rated fly, and a denser fabric which will give you more protection from adverse conditions and rougher terrain.
If you’re choosing a tent for occasional use then the Tourer may be better suited, but if you’re regular outdoors people then the Instant Up is a better long term investment.
Is there an internal divider/wall between the two 'rooms'?
I've just checked with the information provided by Oztrail, and the Tourer 420 comes with a fixed internal wall that can used to close off the rooms.
If you have a look at the last image linked on the product page, you can see the bottom of the wall which may help to give you an idea of what it looks like all the way around.
Hi what's the difference between the oztrail cruisers and tourer models? Thank you
I've just looked into this for you, and the main difference between the Fast Frame Cruiser and Fast Frame Tourer range is that the Cruiser range is built for tropical conditions.
The Cruiser has a partial fly, which doesn't cover the sides of the tent which keeps the weight down and allows for more ventilation - which is ideal for when the weather is very warm. The Tourer also has a 150D PVC coated floor which is a little more heavy duty than the Cruiser.
Just wondering what the piece is that has 3 pockets and 5 ropes attached to it? We are not sure where it is supposed to go
I've just had a look at the inside of the display model, and I'm pretty sure what you've described is the gear organiser that comes with the tent.
You can hang it up by the clips attached to the end of the ropes, as there should be little fabric loops on the inside of the tent. Then you can store your smaller items like your torch, or phone etc out of the way of the floor so they don't get trodden on.
I'm thinking about getting this tent along with the walls so that we can create a third room. What would the area of this third room be once we've attached the walls?
I've just checked for you and the size of the living area under the awningof the Oztrail Tourer 420 Fast Frame Tent is 200cm x 400cm. Just keep in mind that while you can section the awning off, there will be a slight gap underneath so it won't be completely sealed.
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