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
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Perfect for touring on motorbike, 23 April 2016
By Jo (Lowestoft)
We bought this tent when we started touring in Europe 4 years ago and the space that it provides far outweighs the niggles, which we have got around. Every time we have used it we have 'tweaked' what we take and have now solved the main problems that we have. I bought the footprint to go underneath which is also handy for finding best position for pitching and the pesky little twigs and stones that seem to find their way under the most inconvenient places. I bought the adventure tarp which not only solves the issuse of water coming in when you unzip the door in the rain but is also a nice extension for boots etc in the dry. We got over the issue of the gap between porch groundsheet and side of tent by taking bits of sticky back velcro it works a treat no draft or little lakes and just peels off when we move on. Overall we love this tent it has plenty of space for leathers and boots etc and the whole lot goes in our top box.
Promises plenty offers little, 08 April 2016
By Camp Happy (Manchester)
Vango's Omega 350 is a decent sized three person tent. I used it over the course of an 8 week trip across Austria, Italy and Croatia on a variety of terrains in hot sun, light rain and winds. Whilst I have no issue with the overall aesthetics and shape (initially the design of the tent was very attractive) the overall quality and build of the tent leaves something to be desired; I returned the tent after two months and was content with an 80% reimbursement. Pitching the tent was vexatious to say the least; the quality of the pegs and poles mean that even in moderately soft ground you'll be searching for a vice to bend them back in to shape before too long. Unless pitching on absolutely flush surfaces it is almost impossible to create a perfectly taut shape. This can obviously cause issues with drainage especially in damp weather. The overall ventilation of the tent is OK but I'm yet to be convinced by removable inners; whilst there is a mesh on the door to the sleeping compartment the vestibule is exposed, meaning the tent fills up wth creepies and bugs in no time at all. The water proofing is OK but again the detachable inner means that water will always find a way into the vestibule, especially if you are pitching on uneven ground or in lengthy grass. For the price, this isn't a bad tent; it's compact, simple and cheap; I can understand why it is DoE recommended. But if you're looking for something a little more comfortable and long lasting, I'd recommend spending a little more for a better quality tent.
Good tent- horrible clips, 01 April 2016
We bought this tent a couple of months ago, used it twice so far. For 2 people it is really spacious, you have plenty of room and it is really stable.
There is one thing though that we really don`t like about it, the clips. They are really difficult to use and we managed to break one already....My fingers are totally red and hurt by the time we build the tent up or by the time we unclip everything. That`s why we don`t even use the groundsheet in the packing area, we bought a separate one.
Good Tent - some Handy Hints, 31 December 2015
By HappyCamper (Milton Keynes)
Bought this tent in the January Sale after reading a lot of other reviews. Tent looks great, bag is great, perfect size for me and my gf to go camping and hiking in the summer.
Following some of the other reviews I would highly suggest the following:
- Buy a groundsheet (2.5m x 5m £10 Homebase) to go underneath, the groundsheet on this tent is a little thin. You can curl this up round the edge between outer and inner for added protection.
- As other reviews say, the clips are a right B**** to undo so I bought some cheap carabineers (Circa £5 for x10 on Amazon) and will use these instead for ease of use.
- Complaints about water coming in when you open the side door, yes this will happen due to the nature of the shape but I also bought a "Vango Adventure Tarp" that fits nicely over the front door, stopping rain and offering more outside space. Perfect... I hope!
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.
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