A handy utility tent (or changing room/toilet tent) for your base camp.
Perfectly sized for a shower or a Porta-Potty, or used as a convenient changing room, the Hi Gear Utility Tent
will give you extra space and privacy on the campsite.
|Flysheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Pack Size (cm):
||53 x 13 x 13
|Number of Poles:
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By Gills (Bristol)
We have used this as a toilet and shower tent for several years. The poles do withstand the weight of a solar shower and is fantastic as a toilet tent. We are currently in a field with no facilities and have our trusty toilet tent up. You will not get better value for money, and like other camping gear, if used properly will last for years. We did watch one next to us get destroyed in a storm, but none of the guy lines were pegged out. Ours was fine.
Toilet Tent, 29 September 2014
By Doug (Sheffield)
Decided to buy the utility tent as needed a covered area to move the toilet out of my Montana 6P porch. Decided to buy this at the same time as buying 6P Awning. Could only give 4 stars as would like to believe that Outwell would make a Utility Tent so gaining the fifth star for colour match and extra quality
problems, 12 September 2014
By catyy (coventry)
We took this tent on a week holiday to Wales. The zip broke after 12 hours, and one of the pole ends broke as we put it up for the first time. We returned it to store at the end of the holiday.
Probably fine for gentle use, but not compatible with young children, as the zip is flimsy and hard to open and shut if you are short.
useful, but not the greatest quality, 06 May 2014
Like everyone else, I have also had a snapped pole in exactly the same place. also, in store, the Utility Tent had a solar shower hanging from the hook at the top of the tent. That seemed like a good idea....until I realized that the hook could maybe bear the load of a small flashlight....and not 5 litres of water. If this thing had some stronger poles, it would certainly be more useful as a) the poles wouldn't break with such frequency and b) you could probably rig this thing up to hold a solar shower...which would really be nice
Spacious, but design flaw, 20 August 2013
By Foobs (Cornwall)
I've used this for an archery line ten to store equiment and a chair. Although it does have a lot of space for the money, it has a well documented design flaw - the central pole that curves under the apex tab is prone to breaking with very little force. Although this can be fixed with some tape, it's still not as strong as it should be and something that should be addresses by higear.
I am going to request a refund or a replacement of the poles as it is not fit for its purpose.