A roomy 3 man tent for weekend camping and festivals, or backpacking.
The Hi Gear Neutron 3 is a roomier version of the popular 2-man tent for those who like a bit of extra space to move, or groups with odd numbers.
Weighting under 4 kg the simple dome design is easy to pitch and goes up inner-first for a more stable structure and better internal space. The packed size is fairly small and the weight can be split between packs easily, making it a good choice for schools, festivals or low-level backpacking on a budget.
- Bright guylines for extra visibilty
- Rear vent for added ventilation
- Porch groundsheet pre-attached to bedroom
- Reinforced pegging points
- 'D' shaped door for easy access
|Flysheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Groundsheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Pack Size (cm):
||48 x 15 x 15
|Bedroom Dimensions (cm):
||200 x 180 x 118
By PlantPot (Bristol)
We brought this tent last year, only used it twice. The second of which was on holiday in Dorset in the summer. The weather was a good bright day with a light wind......can I emphasis light wind, not Glad force winds which you might expect in the highland of Scotland and not in Dorset. So anyway we went out for the day and when we returned out tent had completely collapsed with the contents of it all over the campsite. We pitched the tent well and even had to use extra pegs as it moved around so much during the night. I would NOT recommend buying this ten, it is very badly made, very weak and a complete waste of money. It spoilt our holiday!!!
Great starter tent, 22 February 2014
By Sam (Bedford)
This was a great starter tent for us. The space inside was great managed to get our double bed two camping chairs and the tv all inside the actual tent. The only issue we found was the front of it (little porch bit) got wet and flooded little because it is a flat sheet with no proper lip. I would def recommend this as a starter tent. If it wasn't for the water issue I wouldn't be looking for another tent!,
Could do better, 03 July 2013
By Brushman (Teesside)
Only had it long enough to put up in the garden. Not very fast to erect. Inner has to be erected first, so could get a bit wet by the time you get the flysheet over. Once up it's apparent that the spacing between flysheet and inner isn't well established.It touches both sides. Inner is pretty taut and the upper part of flysheet sags onto it both sides. Space wise, width is ok, but at 2.0m length my head and feet are not much clear of the ends, and I'm only 5' 9" tall. I think you could do better, even at this price.