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Airzones Inflatable Tent

Post  SUMB on Sat May 08, 2010 3:31 pm

Due the purchase of a trailer tent my trusty Canadian designed and manufactured Airzones Condor Inflatable Tent is now up for sale.

For those of you that have not seen it at any of the Scamp outings it is classed as being 6 / 7 berth, although honestly it is more of a comfortable 4 berth, and has a vestibule on one end for storage or as a kitchen area and a smaller storage on the opposite end. I am 6'3'' tall and there is plenty of head room for me to stand up in it. The follow link shows the sizes and weight of the tent - http://www.airzonerecreation.com/catalog/products/1059.htm

It has to be one of the easiest tents to put up one your own, simply take it out of the bag, peg the 4 corners and connect up the 12v compressor. It is then just a case of sitting back with a beer and wait for the air poles to do their job and put the tent up for you.

To see just how simple this tent is to put up go to - http://www.airzonerecreation.com/tech/demo.htm One thing I will be honest about is that the time the manufacturers claim it takes to inflate is, well shall we say, a little optimistic. I can be putting my bedding inside in about 15-20 minutes, which isn't bad really for such a big tent that can be set up by only one person.

Give my a call on 07976 545 293 if you are interested.

Chaz
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Post  tinytom1 on Sat May 08, 2010 3:50 pm

Hi Chaz,

could you let me know, what sort of price idea you have.

Thanks
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Post  SUMB on Sat May 08, 2010 3:51 pm

PM'd Sue
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Post  SUMB on Wed Aug 18, 2010 7:31 pm

Now sold to a bloke in Peterborough.

Thanks to everyone who showed interest.
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