PRE ORDER Deposit for The Explorer 4 Berth Inflatable Tent Package – Back in Stock April
2 YEAR WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT Back in Stock April Pre Order Now Only 100 Arriving Pay £10 Now and the Balance of £612 Before Dispatch in April Total To Pay Including Deposit: £622 Explorer Tent Package comes with Tent Carpet and Footprint Groundsheet The Explorer by OLPRO is a large, inflatable, four-berth tent with everything you need from a family tent. The tent is packed with unique features, including two tinted roof sky lights in the living area which fills the tent with light during the day and allows you to stargaze at night! Extra large windows are positioned on each side, so you always have a great view. The tent benefits from a large front canopy. The sleeping pods are made with a darkened material enabling a good night’s sleep. A fully sewn in ground sheet keeps all the bugs out. The Explorer is made from an above standard 150D Oxford, fully waterproof material, with a rating of 5000 Hydrostatic Head and benefits from fully taped seams. The five inflatable beams provide extra stability and extra storm straps are included. The two doors have the benefit of fly mesh screens for added privacy and to protect you from those pesky bugs. DIMENSIONS & DETAILS Perfect for: Family camping trips Berth: 4 Colour: Black , Charcoal , Orange Trim Height in Living area (cm): 200cm (78.74”) Height in Bedroom area (cm): 190cm (74.80”) Length (cm): 600cm (236′.22′) Width (cm): 280cm (110.23”) Packed dimensions (cm): 90cm x 50cm x 50cm (35.43” x 19.68” x 19.68”) Weight (kg): 30 kg Hydrostatic Head: 5,000mm H/H Material: 150D Oxford Sewn in groundsheet: Yes Poles: Reinforced TPU Inflatable Beams Pump Included: Yes Cable Entry Point: Yes Canopy poles: Yes Number of doors: 2 Windows: 9 Pitching time: 15 Minutes Bedroom inner tent: Yes Darkened inner Standing room: Yes Pegs included: Yes Carpet Included: Yes Footprint groundsheet Included: Yes Be aware that Condensation is always a potential issue in all tents and awnings. Tents and Awnings, such as this one with Air Beams – which are full of cold air – are more prone to condensation due the warm air inside reacting on the cold air of the beams. This will appear as small pools of water around the base of the beams. This isn’t water from outside but inside. We do all we can to minimise this by putting in lots of ventilation but there is more you can do to prevent condensation. See our guide here.