A bright, stylish and functional tunnel tent with a huge internal living space.
Simple and quick to pitch and pack, the Vango Anteus 600 is a very sturdy tunnel-style tent with ample room for six campers and all their gear.
Its airy, spacious design, using a built-in front canopy and large 'Diamond Clear' PVC windows, will let you spread out your gear, your furniture and yourselves, and enjoy a great view from within. The canopy creates a covered outdoor space that's ideal for enjoying the summer weather, whatever it does.
Built using the Vango patented 'TBS ®II' Tension Band System, the Anteus 600 will stay stable even in strong, changeable winds. Pre-angled poles add internal space, and increase stabilty. Its 3000 HH rated flysheet should keep heavy rain out, and the groundheet is robust, hardwearing and waterproof to 10,000mm.
As you'd expect from Vango, the Anteus 600 boasts a wealth of useful design features that heklp to make your camping experince more homely and less hassle:
- Zipped entry point (with Velcro tidies) for electrical cable
- Colour-coded poles for more intuitive pitching
- Conveniently positioned inner tent pockets give you space for snacks, torches, electronics etc
- Lantern hanging point in the living area or inner tent
- Door with eyelets (allowing optional king poles to be used)
- Inner divider gives you options for more sleeping or more living space
- "Lights Out" Inner Tent: a darker fabric on the inner reduces the amount of early morning light - don't get rudely awakened at dawn!
- Vango 'AirZone': high and low level ventilation panels for a comfortable flow of air through the tent
- Breathable polyester inner fabric allows condensation to pass through
- Flysheet and inner pitch together making it simple and quick to pitch and pack (all flysheet and groundsheet seams are factory taped)
- Mesh door allows for ventilation, while keeping flying insects outside
- PE inner tent groundsheet provides a robust, hardwearing and waterproof 'bathtub-style' base
- Oversized carry bag with 50% more volume - makes packing the tent away much easier
And to make your Vango Anteus a more luxurious environment, you can increase your space even further with the Anteus Side Awning, and get safer, more robust flooring by adding the Anteus footprint.
Check the video below, explaining Vango's TBS II Tension Band System:
All Vango tents use fully fire retardant fabrics that meet the European EN5912 safety standard. They weather test their tents to the European standard EN5912, in a certified wind and rain test centre, to ensure they will perform in the worst of weather. The Protex 70 Denier polyester flysheet is a highly waterproof, durable and reliable fabric that will keep you dry and comfortable, and it's exclusive to Vango.
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||Protex 70 Denier polyester
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Great Tent!!, 13 July 2014
By TinyT (London)
We've only used this for one Super Cold weekend in May, it was dry so we can't add the last star for rain resistance but the size is great. We are a family of 4 (2 children under 6) and we had heaps of room for us and our junk. My only concern is that the seams around the zips look very stretched, and am a little worried about bad weather but the other reviews say it holds up well. FYI We bought the carpet for the Outwell White Cove 6, which worked great in the living area. (It's a little smaller than the living space). Can't wait to take it to the peaks for a week!
By Nik (Kent)
Brought this tent after buying the kalahari 10 which leaked, this tent was pitched in 30 mins and a well made tent at that , it rained all night long and not one leak well worth the price
By Digger (West Yorkshire)
This is our first tent purchased for a family of 4 in March 14.
Having practiced pitching we have now got this organised and can have the footprint, tent and awning in place in 40 minutes.
We have been away on 3 occasions with other trips scheduled, for up to a week and we have experienced some serious rain and wind. The tent felt stable and no leaks.
There is loads of space in the bedroom and living space. If you take the dividing sheet out to make it one big bedroom we can fit 2 double airbeds and bags for clothes.
On our last trip we put our camping trailer in the awning and then put the kitchen box and fridge in it so we weren't on all fours all of the time.
We have been with friends and had four adults and four children in the living space as a result of awful weather. The shield at the front is a great space for cooking too and saves you getting wet when taking outdoor boots off.
Whilst there is no specific carpet for this tent as yet, we purchased a 6 man alternative which fits fine.
Other reviews mention the hooks for the lanterns. We have hook up and purchased caravan awning lights £15 which is considerably cheaper than the lanterns, provide the same light and have a very long cable.
Perfect family tent!, 06 June 2014
By seventynil (Leeds)
We love this tent! We're just a family of 3, so suits up space-wise really well, but have been away with another family of 3, so 6 of us in the tent, and it was fine. Would have got a bit tight had the weather been rough and we had to spend more time inside, but it was fine for sleeping room.
Simple to pitch, done easily in 20 minutes. The front porch is a lovely touch, and offers good shelter from the rain. The tent coped very well with the shocking Bank Holiday weather at the end of May, no leaks and stood up against some pretty fierce winds. We've just bought the footprint, so trying that out for the first time in a few weeks, but haven't got a carpet yet. Managed so far with a couple of folding picnic blankets, but interested in another reviewer saying the Gelert Bliss 6 will fit nicely - might have to check that out. A decent investment, at a sensible price, and would highly recommend.
Not bad for the price!, 06 June 2014
By helen12100 (St Anne's on sea)
The first time we purchased the tent we put it up for a trial run and found that one of the inside pods had a fault on the zip which ment we could not open the door! We did get it swapped for another tent which has overall been fine.
Putting the tent up is a 2 person job and we have noticed a small rip in the pole sleeve which will need to be fixed as it will grow with the constant wear on that part of the tent.
For size I think it suits no more than 4 but this provides a comfortable navigation in the tent with the added benefit from the high aspects and standing room.
The tent was comfortable and sturdy in harsh weather but would benefit from a carpet in the main area.