A roomy family tent with generous headroom and plenty of space for you and your gear.
Ideal for family camping, the Hi Gear Zenobia Elite 6
is a spacious 6-person tent with flexible door and bedroom options and room for your gear, your furniture and yourselves.
The tent's wide tunnel style gives you excellent headroom throughout, and the large living space has hanging storage pockets to help you keep your kit organised, and electrical cable access for you to hook up your appliances.
You can also add a touch of luxury with the Hi Gear Zenobia carpet, and give your tent floor more security and protection with the Hi Gear Zenobia footprint.
Note: you may notice that the printed insert with this tent's packaging states a heavier weight than we have stated here. This is a printing error - the weight shown here (18.38kg) is correct.
|Flysheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Pack Size (cm):
||68cm x 33cm
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|Repair Kit Included:
||Repair Kit Included
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great tent, 27 December 2014
By david (carlisle)
Bought tent penrith store used about 6 times 2014, with the family & just the 2 of us with boxer dog. Found tent very easy to pitch & pack away even in rain in southern scotland, there is plenty of room for everything we had, looking forward to 2015 as I am adding a porch just for some extra cover for cooking & sitting out when the inevitable rain starts. Would highly recommend this tent.
First time campers, 26 November 2014
By amanbarelyalive (Haverfordwest)
What an brilliant tent! We were lucky enough to buy this tent as it was released so managed to get the carpet, porch & footprint. Hurricane Bertha on the Isle of Wight - no problem. Stayed dry and cosy warm. Only needed to knock a few pegs back in as ground was hard. Accommodation is sufficient for a family of 4. Space around average double airbed for storage in bedrooms(although we now have self inflating roll mats - fab!) Ample room in the centre but porch useful as can be used as a kitchen storing all cooking equipment(outer door of tent can then be closed to stop any fumes entering the tent and gap under porch provides excellent ventilation) Would definitely recommend this tent and accessories.
Great tent, 05 November 2014
By Matt45 (Ware, Herts)
I went camping for the first time in 35 years by the north sea in Denmark and the rain and wind were horizontal. The tent stayed in place. A great tent, instructions could be a bit clearer though and still a bit vague as to how the porch fits over the tent but that's probably me and not a tent fault! A good buy!
Hi Gear Zenobia 6, 29 September 2014
By johnny (leicester)
Just had its first outing for 2 nights and it was superb. Had to set up in fading light but was fine - we will probably be pitching up in the dark next time, but very confident. Easy to erect and very lightweight to handle, two people can pitch up very easily. Very spacious - just 2 of us, so didnt attach second bedroom. First night was cold and frosty morning so there was condensation on the inside of the tent - however, it dried out very quickly and its always good to be able to strike camp with a bone-dry tent! Cant wait to use it again in 3 weeks time!
Great tent package and some helpful hints, 23 September 2014
By LoopyLabrador (South east)
Zenobia Elite 6 and porch etc.
Lovely tent. Very happy with the whole package.
We bought this in April for the two of us and our Labrador (tent, porch, footprint and carpet) from Go Outdoors. Very low price so it was like all extras were free. Unfortunately, we couldn't give it an outing until now (September).
In the meantime I've been reading reviews because it wasn't easy to see how the porch was pitched. It seems lots of people have had a lot of trouble with the porch. Having been raised on old fashioned tents; ridges, bells, frames, etc. I wondered why it was such a problem. Finally the penny dropped. There is a problem, but it's not with the design or manufacture, it's with the instructions. The instructions say to line the porch up with the tent door. This is completely wrong and leads to all kinds of problems with unevenness, gaps, distortion and strange tensions in weird places. The correct way is to line up the RIDGES. Line up the ridge seam (highest part, centre line) of the porch with the highest (centre) pole of the tent. Then the elasticated parts of the tail sit evenly outside the next (grey) poles and form a nice seam against the tent, everything sits nicely where it should be and both the tent door and window are perfectly useable.
Just a note about guy rope tension. I've noticed from pictures posted that many people have their guys too tight resulting in misshapen tents and porches. These tents pretty much stand up on their own. The guys are really only a stability aid, and an adjuster to help things stand upright and also to stop the tent taking off in the wind. They don't need to be taut like a guitar string. Personally, I adjust them so they are just straight, rather than drooping, but not TIGHT tight.
I hope this is helpful.