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An easily-pitched inflatable tent for up to eight, ideal for comfy weekends away with family or friends.

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Product code: 15908382 / 329228

An easily-pitched inflatable tent for up to eight, ideal for comfy weekends away with family or friends.

Easy to pitch with inflatable air beams
Spacious bedrooms and large central living space
Sturdy, weatherproof and comfortable inside
Pump included for quick airbeam inflation

Pitched and dismantled in just a few effortless minutes, the Airgo Genus 800 makes comfy camping easy for larger groups.

Its simple layout has two spacious bedrooms that face each other on either side of a generous central hall/living area.

The tunnel design maximises your living space and head height, and the loose groundsheet means you can roll it back to create a 'wet area' for your mucky gear.

2
7 - 8 Person
1
68d 185T PU polyester
4000
PE 140g/m2
68D 185T Breathable Polyester
180
70 x 40
190
595
250
20
Inflatable airbeams
Family, Festival, Weekend
Fire Retardant Flysheet, Internal Storage Pockets, Lantern Hanging Points, Repair Kit, Vents, Windows
8
AIRGO
MID GREY
13.60

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Overall Rating

3.89 out of 5
9 reviews
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3.89 out of 5

Awesome

Bought this as I quite liked the idea of been able to put up on my own rather than the huge vango we have. What a great tent living area could be bigger but a great tent strong winds and rain no probs

3.89 out of 5

Storm proof

Returned from camping trip with tent intact apart from shredded guy ropes, can't say same for several other tents at same site, fibre glass pole types completely torn to pieces. Great tent

3.89 out of 5

Not overly impressed, needs to be bigger

Easy to pitch just no where near big enough in the living area. We just about managed to get a cooker stand in (but not much room above the cooker) could only just fit 2 camping chairs in

3.89 out of 5

well happy

Purchased this tent few days ago well happy...easy to put up would easy fit two double air beds in both rooms living room about small but adaptable

3.89 out of 5

Great tent, wouldn't say it's an 8-man,

I would recommend for 4 people.tents dry in rain,but door must remain closed constantly otherwise rain falls off roof into tent. Living area is small, just room for 3chairs. Ideal for small family

3.89 out of 5

OK suppose

WEnt away last week for 4 night family off 7 this ok for couple nights max not ideal for upto 8 man as one room equals one double air bed so 4 man if adults living area very small but holds in 36mph w

3.89 out of 5

Airgo 800

Bought this tent 4 weeks ago. Been camping now for 2 weeks, had rain, wind, sleet, glorious sunshine and cant find a fault with it.
It's waterproof, airbeams are solid and keep the sturdy, you have to make sure the airbeams are fully inflated otherwise it will be flimsy.. Commonsense really!!
You do need to buy a footprint fot it.. Otherwise a great tent.

3.89 out of 5

Good, but built to a price

I'm a big fan of inflatable tents after having borrowed a Berghaus Air 8 last year. I bought this Airgo for a last minute camping trip Easter 2019. Great price, available for collection locally, and good spec.
The tent is clearly made to a price though. Its a third of the cost of the Berghaus, and it shows! The size is about the same (although spec tells me its slightly smaller), but the materials are not to the same quality. The air beams are fairly flimsy, but functional. The pump that comes with the tent is very basic - including a pressure regulator to prevent over inflation, but no dial to show the pressure. The pump tube must be pushed onto the air beam rather than clipped to it. This was VERY frustrating when blowing the tent up - you need a second person to hold the tube in place or it flies off. The Berghaus pump clips in place, and has a pressure dial so you know how you're doing.
The tent doesn't come with a separate ground sheet - I'll definitely buy one before our next trip as the floor material is very thin. Finally, as the air beams are a little flimsy, they move around despite being pegged. This means that the tension on the rest of the tent varies - making it difficult at times to open and close the door zips. Try too hard, and the thin walling is liable to tear.
I'd love to see a porch that could be used with the tent, but as an interim measure I'll be buying some awning poles.
We were lucky with dry weather, so can't comment on performance in the rain or heavy winds.
The thin walls make it VERY light in the tent!
In summary - great tent for the price, but don't expect much.

3.89 out of 5

Family tent

We bought this for family of five. 2 adults, baby, 4 and 8 year old. We’ve just got back from 2 nights near Blackpool. The tent was faultless. Easy to put up and pack away. Large bedrooms. One fit two single air beds and a travel cot. The other a double air bed and air cot. The central living area is minimal. Enough to seat four if needed.

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