2 Seconds EASY 3 tent pixel
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Good quality tent
Excellent waterproof, quick to put up, sturdy pegs
Folding it up is a bit of an art
Chris (United Kingdom)
30-39 years old Man
used for 2 to 8 weeks
I've used this tent twice and so far I'm very impressed. Once was in a storm (remnants of Hurricane Bertha!), where it rained continually for 12 hours. Not a drop of water came into the tent!
It takes approx. 20 seconds to erect (there are four clips that must be undone) and on each occasion we've been sat having a drink before others in our party have rolled out their tent.
My only negative, is that folding the tent back away is a bit of an art and you need to practise this at least twice before using. My first attempt took 30 minutes, but once learnt, my second attempt was around 1 - 2 minutes.
There are cheaper tents available elsewhere, but for the peace of mind of knowing your tent will stay dry in the worst of rain, this is worth every penny!
2 secs 3. Only used once in garden as yet
Easy to put up. Great size, Quality build.
cant peg down the front and back. guys
Andy (United Kingdom)
I really like this tent although I have not used it in the real world yet. Some observations. There are tags to peg down but not right in the middle at the front and back so that the tent lifts up and arches and is not flush to the ground as pictured. The peg points are only at the front and rear sides. I improvised a way to peg down where the velcro links inner and front. needs a permanent pegging point building in there.There are guys without explanation of usage. Two are obvious but there are two I dont know what to do with. Packing away can be tricky and needs practice but when you know what to do it is ok. The girl in the shop demonstrated this and I filmed it which was very helpful. Be careful which video you look at to help as the tent has evolved and some You Tube videos are out of date.
Bought this for my son and his mate as a festival tent. Great size for two, wouldn't be great with three in there with rucksacks.
Easy to put up
Very Difficult to fold up again
Matt (United Kingdom)
50-59 years old Man
used for 1 week or less Great tent, if you happy to leave it behind you, though think there is cheaper options out there for this. We only used it for keeping all our gear in to free up space in our main tent, and did the job. The biggest problem was taking it down again and trying to fold it up. Our 6 man tent was taken down and folded away in half the time this one took and eventually had to give up. Only got if half folded in end up. so complicated!!
Response of the brand
Thank you for taking time to feedback on the Quechua 2 seconds EASY 3 Tent blue.
I am happy you and your luggage enjoyed your camping experience with it.
For the little folding issue, please click on the link below. I hope it helps, once done it is as easy as the set up;)
Enjoy your next camping experience.
Sarah Koelsch Customer Loyalty Manager DECATHLON
Easy to erect, easy to take down. Perfect
David (United Kingdom)
30-39 years old Man
used for 1 week or less Great tent, perfect for me and my 5 year old to go camping for the first time. No hassles
No windows aside the tent
Juan (United Kingdom)
20-29 years old Man
used for 1 week or less The new lock system is fantastic and makes the folding so much easier. Well done!
Dimensions and weight; folded dimensions. Room 180 cm wide by 210 cm in length. Max. headroom: 104 cm.
Weight 3.1 kg
Cover: Flat, 78 cm diameter disc.
Pitching/folding Instant pitch. Free-standing tent (place it wherever you like, and if there's no wind, no need for pegs = ready to use!).
Easy folding using our "easy" guiding system.
Entry/exit Front flap, easy and efficient access: big D-shaped flap with single zip. No need to climb over your mates on your way out. The overhang protects the top of the door.
Storage 2 pockets for storing you things in the bedroom.
Waterproofing All Quechua tents are laboratory tested: the WHOLE TENT under 200 litres/hour/sqm (200mm/hour) for 4 hours! as well as in the most. (2000mm PU-coated polyester fly sheet, 120g/sqm polyethylene groundsheet, all seams sealed using thermobonded tape). A breathable polyester inner tent under the fly sheet means you aren't in contact with the condensation that forms naturally on the inside of the fly sheet.
Ventilation 1 upper rear air vent between the flysheet and the ground on each side in the middle of the room to allow air to circulate and keep the natural build-up of condensation to a minimum. Thanks to the overhang above the door the top part of the zip can be left open even in the rain .
Wind resistance We test all of our tents in a wind tunnel and on a rotating plate to expose each side of the tent to the wind. A properly assembled tent with all the stays in position around the tent should remain habitable;e under wind speeds measuring 50 km/h at ground level.
UV protection (protection against Ultraviolet rays) The fabric flysheet filters UV rays with a SPF of 30.
Please note: a significant amount of UV rays can enter through a single open door: protect your skin.
Poles, pegs. Poles: solid fibreglass for excellent break resistance.
Tent pegs: 5 mm galvanised steel pegs for good twisting resistance.
Guarantee All our tents are guaranteed for 2 years of normal use (your invoice or receipt gives proof of purchase date and price). In the event of a problem, have your tent checked at your local Decathlon store.
PU-coated polyester flysheet, breathable polyester bedroom, polyethylene groundsheet, solid fibreglass poles.
QUECHUA tent waterproofing is approved for the whole tent under 200 litres of water/hour/sqm (200mm of rain per hour) for 4 hours. The water column test (=mm schmerbers) only measures fabric waterproofing. Our test means we can prevent any water entering through seams, flaps, openings, zips, etc. Wind resistance: We test all of our tents in a wind tunnel with a rotary table to expose each side of the tent to the wind.
STORAGE: after use or cleaning, do not store your tent until it is perfectly dry to prevent odours and mould forming.
1 CLEANING - if needed, clean the tent with soapy water, then rinse (with a hose if possible). Then leave to dry completely. 2 TREE SAP STAINS - Can be very hard to remove Once the stain is fully dry, gently scratch it off while holding an ice cube on the inside of the fabric to make the sap brittle so it will come off more easily. 3 STORAGE - after use or cleaning, do not store your tent until it is perfectly dry to prevent odours and mould from forming.