PRE-ORDER Deposit for Wichenford Breeze 8 Berth Tent Package – Carpet, Footprint, Extension – 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 £721 Before Dispatch in April Total to pay including deposit: £731 . RRP: £1184 The Wichenford Breeze is our largest tent and is well suited for going away with a large family or a big group of friends. There are two bedroom inner tents, one large open one and one with a divider to create two small bedrooms. The Wichenford Breeze has a large living space with room for a table in the centre. For that extra bit of room during the nicer weather, two steel poles are included to hold up the door panel to create a canopy. The waterproof 190T OLTech Polyester with 5,000mm H/H and sewn in groundsheet will keep you warm and dry in all weather. The inflatable beams make pitching this tent a Breeze, only taking 10 minutes to erect, the Wichenford Breeze is much quicker and simpler to pitch than a poled tent. The Tent includes 3 Bedroom Inner tents. 1 x 4 Berth with a removable divider and 2 x 2 Berth Inner Tents all with zip-able doors and fly mesh. Included Extras: Footprint Groundsheet Carpet Extension . DIMENSIONS & DETAILS Perfect for: Large family camping trips Berth: 8 Colour: Grey, Black & Burnt Orange Height (cm): 210cm (82.7”) Length (cm): 720cm (283.5”) Width (cm): 300cm (118.1”) 540cm with Extension in place. Packed dimensions (cm): 70cm x 38cm x 38cm (27.6” x 14.9” x 14.9”) Weight (kg): 40kg Hydrostatic Head: 5,000mm H/H Material: 150D Oxford Sewn in groundsheet: Yes Poles: Inflatable beams Canopy poles: Yes Number of doors: 2 Windows: 2 Pitching time: 10 minutes Bedroom inner tent: 2 Standing room: Yes Pegs included: Yes Carpet included: Yes Footprint groundsheet included: Yes Pump 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.