Out well tents and stuff

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  1. Too late

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    Anyone else own a Outwell Polycotton tent ?

    Just got an amazing deal off eBay . These things go for £100+ more after June when the tent "Frenzy" begins .


    Now I need a good table and chairs .
    Only 3 of us. Table for cooking and eating . Chairs for comfort !

    But not crazy expensive or heavy .
    Are Decathlon tables good . Or should I stick with Coleman or Outwell etc ?

    Could not find a camping section . So please move if this is the wrong section !
     
  2. phillyd1981

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    Is there a go outdoors near you? If there is it's worth going and taking a look to get a feel of what would suit your needs.
     
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    outwell polycottons are very good but not the best as the cotton to polyester ratio isn't the top but if memory serves right are second in this factor.
    Polycotton tents are amazing and will last years if looked after and packed away dry etc.
    Regarding the tables have a look at the kampa oval table or outwell hamilton they are both pretty good but chairs are a fickle beast as every person is unique in chairs but typically look at the outwell goya chairs typically they are sold by the pallet load (no joke)
    hth
     
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    I think Go Outdoors have an extra 20% off event for card holders (which only costs a fiver, I think), this weekend. Heard something on the radio about it
     
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    We have decathlon items and some of the big names. All work as they should.
     
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    I find "GO" expensive . Decathlon and Taunton etc much cheaper


    Those Outwell chairs look great !

    Thanks for the link
     

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