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Who has tried some of these out? Is the chair comfy?
I could use a comfy outdoor chair, but at 10lbs it appears to be more of a car camping chair vs shuffle to the park for Shakespeare effort, so comfort is a very critical thing here. Would this be a good campfire lounger?
I'm just hanging out, really.
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bsmith1 wrote:I find it amazing that the two tents have exactly the same wrinkles in the pictures. What are the odds?
What's wrong, camera guy, didn't feel like setting up two tents for nearly identical pictures?
No joke, right? It is that way on the manufacturer's website. I even opened the pages in two separate windows so I coudl flip back and forth & they are very obviously the same exact picture. IDK - for that kind of money I'd like to know WHICH tent they did bother to snap a shot of, so I could know what I was looking at. I ge tit that they look similar, but they certainly can't be so identical that it doesn't warrant an actual photo of each tent.
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I posted this the last time these tents were up for sale. Take it for what it is worth.
sportsfan82 wrote:Looks as though the rainfly only covers about 1/3 of the tent. This, essentially, makes this tent single walled.
I am not completely familiar with tents of this size. However, with the backpacking tents I am familiar with, a fully double walled tent allows for better rain protection and more airflow. More airflow means less condensation. Also, the second (outer) wall is where most of the condensation will occur. Since the inner wall stays dry, so do you.
I can only assume that with 6-8 people sleeping in the same tent, there will be some warm and moist air being produced. In the end, this could mean for a damp interior to the tent.
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