A sturdy and versatile 3 man tent for fun, festivals or youth expeditions.
Suitable for everyone from families on campsites, to youth groups on expedition, the Vango Omega 350 tent
has an extended porch and generous sleeping area but a comparatively low weight, which makes it versatile enough to cope with many different situations.
It's pitched all-in-one with the inner and flysheet together, and uses Vango's 'TBS II' Tension Band System, combining the webbing of TBS® with the external guying system for total stability even in high wind.
The simple style, colour coded Powerlite Alloy poles and O-ring guylines combined with the 'as-one' pitching method mean it's quick and simple to erect.
Reflective zip-pullers and webbing mean you'll be able to find it in the dark, or on a crowded site.
Rain gutter zip-covers, taped seams and Vango's 'Riser' groundsheet give you great protection from the elements, while the breathable inner, mesh ventilation and front flysheet vent ensure you're comfortable inside.
Inner storage pockets and a lantern hanging point mean you'll be able to keep your gear organized and your sleeping area ready to go. The 'O'-shaped inner door gives a touch more cosiness and adds protection.
The mesh door option and 'Crystal Clear' porch windows give you great visibility from inside the porch and allow ample light into the tent if you need it. Multiple flysheet doors let you choose your entry point according to prevailing wind, and can be opened as vents in warmer weather.
Pack it down into the supplied compact compression stuffsack for a convenient, highly portable tent!
|Flysheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Groundsheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Pack Size (cm):
||48 x ø20cm
|Bedroom Dimensions (cm):
||215 x 200 x 125
||Outer First or As One
|Inner Height (cm):
||PowerLite 7001-T6 Alloy plus TBS II
|Number of Poles:
|Repair Kit Included:
||Repair Kit Included
||Protex® 6000mm hexagonal polyester 70D
Add A Review
Pretty good tent with a few niggles, 18 October 2015
By Cowwhisperer (Dorset)
I've used this tent for a few car camping trips now and it has a lot of plus points. The huge living space is great and it seems to stand up to heavy rain and strong winds well. The alloy poles are so much better than fibreglass. I bent one (no idea how it happened) putting my tent up on a dark stormy night and I think I'd have been sleeping in my car if I had fibreglass poles. It still works, just can't attach all the inner tent hooks now. My main negative is the huge gap between the bottom of the flysheet and ground which as well as allowing a huge draft in also lets water blow underneath in very bad weather, getting the inner tent wet and creating a small lake in the porch groundsheet which doesn't overlap much with the fly. It wouldn't cost much to put a skirt around the bottom of the tent. I find the porch groundsheet pretty useless and just use a regular tarpaulin now which is more robust and sufficiently wide to create a better overlap in bad weather. I also put a tarp under the inner tent, being careful that no water can blow between it and the bottom of the inner tent. Someone else mentioned the guy lines: They are a bit odd. One other thing, it would be useful if there was a fly screen on both doors for maximum ventilation in hot weather. I'd rather money was spent on that than on windows. Oh, and the impossible to use plastic D hooks...WHY?? Overall I recommend the tent, though if money was no object I'd always go for a Robens tent (maybe a small dreamer) instead, much better quality all round.
Great overall tent., 26 July 2015
By TJSMith (Castleton)
Though I've had my tent I've only used it around 10 times. Easy to build, definitely recommend leaving the inner stuck to the outer for sake of ease for the next trip. I've had this tent in pouring rain and has proven totally fine in the rain, same with strong winds (as long as guy ropes are nice and secure. It's big enough to put a double and single airbed in the sleeping area. The front is enough for two camping chairs and small table (just!).
MAIN concern, the groundsheet on mine wasn't attached to the upper resulting in the front area being very drafty, so unpleasant in there if you're sitting the rain out. However, I borrowed my friend's which is the same model, only with a sewn in ground sheet. This was totally draft proof. The sewn in model I'd give five stars. Perfect for 2 adults, three a squeeze but doable.
By Ramsbottom (Norfolk)
The D clips are maddening and not required as open clips or pegging would work just as well.
The worst is every time you open the doors the porch gets wet, there are flaps for the vent, putting flaps over the doors would solve the problem.
Great room inside the sleeping area and porch, feels well constructed and packs easily away.
Great tent!, 02 April 2015
By Aden (Scunthorpe)
We bought this as our first tent, after reading many reviews we came to the conclusion that this was the one we wanted.
We took it for our first outing and found it very spacious for two people and very strong built! As first timers with little to no experience we erected the tent in minutes and managed to make it fit surprisingly perfectly back into the back afterwards. The tent was very well ventilated while keeping the heat in on a cold night!
Things to note, alot of people mention the D-clips are had to get off. A great tip, every camper will have a handy pen knife on them, just use the blunt side of the knife and they pop off nice and easy (I have no little to no nails to use!).
Also people mention the porch ground sheet lets the rain in and gets their equipment wet. I dont know how bad everyone else got it but on 31st March we got extremely strong winds and rain - to the point the rain was hitting us sideways. Not only did the tent sit like a streamlined brick in the wind but not a single bit of equipment got wet. The ground sheet overlaps the doors stopping the wind and rain getting in.
Only downside I found - when the guide ropes are tensioned the door is hard to close again once opened, it takes a little force to get it closed. I don't know if this was user error with us not knowing how to erect properly though!
Im looking forward to our future trips with this tent!
Tip Top Tent, 03 November 2014
By ICeCubeInHell (London)
Ive had this tent for around 3 and a half years now and it is bomb proof, no matter what the weather it has stood there and taken it, I've used it in high wind several times with gusts upto 50 mph along with driving rain and it stood there and took it in its stride.
there are a couple of modifications that can be made to improve the tent even further, the clips that hold the inner tent at the corners have been made never ever ever to be opened by anyone with normal hands, so get rid of them and replace with some cheep D rings and bobs your uncle (leave the elastic strap), the porch groundsheet needs to be pegged down don't try and get away without pegging it down as it just doesn't work.
you can use a tarp to make a porch, i use an army poncho to make mine but have also seen people use the vango adventure tarp with a pole or two, lastly as with all tents the pegs that come with it are as hard as butter on a summers day, leave them in the bag and get yourself some decent pegs, i use the blue diamond hard ground pegs, the reason i use these are it makes putting the tent up and taking down so much quicker as you know a couple of hits and the pegs in and not moving and not bending in several directions when it hits a large grain of sand.
if you get this tent you will not be disappointed.
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