A 6 man tent, with a generous porch/storage area.
- Simple to pitch
- Fully sewn-in groundsheet
- Front and side entrances
- Electric cable access point
- Double guying system for increased stability
- Bright guylines for extra visibilty
The Hi Gear Voyager 6 Tent is a sturdy, reliable shelter for 6 campers with a roomy layout for all your storage and relaxation needs. The separate 4 and 2 person bedrooms provide flexible arrangements for sleeping or storage.
Simply pitched, even under harsh weather conditions, the Voyager 6 has a sewn in groundsheet and is erected fly-first so your inner sheets don't get exposed.
The double guying system and bright guylines make sure the tent is stable and visible, while the fire-retardant fabrics lessen any chance of unwanted emergencies.
The large porch area is kept easily ventilated by the mesh screen doorway, and gives you ample space for keeping your bikes, setting up a kitchen, sheltering from a downpour, or sleeping extra campers.
(You may notice on the label for this tent it states a HH rating of 2000, but it is actually 3000. Also please note - the accessories/furnishings shown in the interior pictures are for illustrative purposes only, they are not included with this tent)
|Flysheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Pack Size (cm):
||71 x 35 x 35
|Bedroom Dimensions (cm):
||210 x 240
|Bedroom 2 Dimensions (cm):
||210 x 120
By Pete (Yeovil)
Fantastic tent for money, have been camping in all weathers, easy to erect and collapse do most of this on own in about 20-30 minutes now I am confident with instructions. Only a couple of minor faults.
1) if velcro is not sealed at bottom of doors puddles will form
2) door fly screens would be better attached to door rather than separate zip
3) likewise inner sleeping compartments
Really good value would recommend for all use even holds up well in frost and ice
Great value tent, 14 April 2013
By Bertman (Cheshire)
Bought this yesterday and decided to try and put it up on my own. It really is quite easy once you ensure that you follow the instructions to the letter. The poles are all colour coded, to begin with you wonder how they fit but if you take time it works perfectly. It took me about an hour first time to put up - and in quite windy conditions! As I said I did this on my own but to be fair once the poles are threaded through the guides it does take two to put up. It seems quite strong and sturdy and all the parts were there. It is huge inside so even on wet days you have somewhere to sit. There is a opening for a hook up and a hook on the ceiling to hange a lamp, also rather thoughtfully it has velcro guides to hold wires in place.
I will post s further review once we have spent some time in it.
GREAT TENT, 23 November 2012
By CHRISB (BOLTON)
BOUGHT THIS TENT AS A UPGRADE FROM OUR 4 MAN THAT BROKE ON THE LAST USE, NEEDE A TENT WITH PLENTY OF SPACE AS WE CARRY ALL SORTS OF RUBBISH AND THIS EXCELLS. CAMPED IN AGUST ON ONE OF THE WETTEST WEEKENDS OF THE YEAR AND QUITE WINDY AS WELL STOOD UP BRILLIANTLY WOULD RECOMMEND THE PORCH AS WHEN ITS RAINING AND YOU OPEN THE FROONT DOOR WATER RUNS IN OTHER THAN THAT I WOULD FULLY RECCOMEND