Berghaus Air 600/6.1/6 Tent Carpet, Triple Layered Insulating Carpet for your Tent with Waterproof Backing, Tent Accessories, Camping Equipment

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Berghaus Air 600/6.1/6 Tent Carpet, Triple Layered Insulating Carpet for your Tent with Waterproof Backing, Tent Accessories, Camping Equipment

Berghaus Air 600/6.1/6 Tent Carpet, Triple Layered Insulating Carpet for your Tent with Waterproof Backing, Tent Accessories, Camping Equipment

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There aren’t any of the inner tension bands that you can find on a Vango or a Lichfield for example, but the corner stakes are made of aluminimum to ensure that the tent stays on the ground in heavy winds. I am not aware of any official wind testing, but users reportedly survived winds up to 45 mph inside the Berghaus Air 6 XL (but bear in mind there are plenty of factors that affect the stability of a tent in high winds.) If I had to recommend an alternative to the Berghaus Air 6XL, one that has great living space, decent size bedrooms and good specs on the fabrics used, I’d recommend the Kampa Croyde 6 Air Tent (2019 model) or the very similar Kampa Dometic Croyde 6 (2020 model). Where to buy the Berghaus Air 6XL? Prime examples are the Ridgewood and the Greenburgh 7A inflatable tents, which share a 3+3+1 layout. The Berghaus Air 6 XL comes in a large and heavy carrybag– it weighs more than 35 kgs. Thankfully, there are wheels on the bag so you can easily pull it around wherever you’d like to. The only issue is with the boot space: the bag itself measures 87cm x 58cm x 50cm (wider than most). Putting it onto the roof isn’t easy either due to its sheer weight.

There are plenty other 6-person air tents that you could consider, however, very few of them can beat the Berghaus AIr 6XL for that price. Another example could be the Quechua Air Seconds 6.3, that has a strange 2+2(+2) layout that I didn’t particularly like, but it could work for some people. Or, you could have a look at the Outdoor Revolution Cruiz 6.0TXL. It has 3 bedrooms (although they are not very large), and an enormous living space that’s more than 10 sqm including the porch. If you need a different layout – 3+3 for example, then the Outwell tents may be very interesting for you. There are a few 7 person air tents in their range, which means that you can sleep 6 inside and there is still plenty of space for storage. One, quite recent, example could be the Lichfield Eagle Air 6, which is basically a Vango with a different logo, and it’s much cheaper. The bedrooms are smaller, but the porch is considerably bigger than the Berghaus Air 6XL’s.Overall, with a bit of practice and a bit of help, pitching should not take longer than 15-20 minutes. The Berghaus Air 6 XL provides excellent value for money. It’s a large tent with large bedrooms and a large living area, ideal for families up to 6. Thanks to its tunnel design, inflatable beams and above average decent pegs it can withstand the poorest weather without a drop of water seeping in, while the huge internal space allows for spending time inside without killing each other.

If you’d prefer a bigger porch, or something that’s a bit lighter you need to look elsewhere. Alternatives The Berghaus Air 6XL is a very-very good tent, great value for money IF you bear in mind that it is an older model, and you won’t find some of the features that other, newer tents have nowadays. This is however reflected in the price, as the Berghaus Air 6 XL is cheaper than most of its rivals, and oftentimes bigger & better at the same time. The Berghaus Air 6 XL’s forte are the size of the bedrooms, the size of the living room and the 2 side doors.

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