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
Lovely, spacious tent with only a few flaws...., 07 April 2014
By ginzy123 (Cumbria)
I don't know much about tents, so spend a long time researching. This tent was bought for a canoe expedition, so size didn't really matter. There is loads of room in the bedroom and ample pouch space (you could fit another small tent in there. Lol)
Lots of pockets to put you trinkets and a hook to hang your torch.
It doesn't take that long to put up, but I do advise you get help if going it alone, otherwise it will keep falling down every time you go to put the pegs in.
Now for the flaws....Don't bother with the porch ground sheet, as every time you open the doors when it's raining the water will drip directly into the middle of the floor.
And, I can never seem to get it tight enough, even when all Guy ropes are pulled tight.
And last thing; From the 1st time I put it up the middle pole bent in too much on 1 side and that has resulted in it having a kink in the poke now.
If you can get past these minor things then the tent is brilliant!
2014 vango omega 350, 28 March 2014
By camp man (yorkshire)
Having just bought the latest version of the 350 I was expecting great things but a few things let it down. The porch groundsheet is terrible the ground level edge clips to the upper fly but just flops down limply leaving a gap for wind rain and slugs to enter the storage/porch area, more clips are needed. Also take a pair of pliers as almost impossible to clip unclip the corner points without breaking every fingernail. Another problem I have is that the tent appears to have about 3 inches of extra material. No matter how much I adjust guys pegs tensioners etc I still end up with slack spot flapping in the wind. The things I like about the 350 are that with a few practice runs its quite easy to put up but do practice, loads of pockets and handy lamp hook, large sleeping area plus loads of porch space if it wasnt for the groundsheet letting it down. I like the tent now I am used to its niggles but expected more from Vango in 2014
Vango Omega 350 Tent, 08 February 2014
By Bratters (Cheshire)
We have had this tent for 3 years motorcycling camping. We bought it largely for the sake of its generous interior height for this class of tent.We are in our sixties and don't fold as well as we used. The biggest disadvantage of the tent are the external doors of the tent which allow the water to pour in if opened in the rain, including any water on the roof. Otherwise a tent that has served us well.