2 Second Pop Up Tent by Quechua

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

While pitching a tent isn’t exactly rocket science, some of these portable shelters can be a bit complicated to assemble. The team at Quenchua have put an end to tedious tent building with their 2 Second Pop Up Tent.

Just as the name states, this tent literally sets up in nearly 2 seconds. It comes packaged in a small, circular shape that simply pops open. There are several different sizes available, all of which can be folded right back up in about 15 seconds. The tent comes equipped with a Polyethylene groundsheet, is fully waterproof, and will keep you from burning up in hot climates thanks to the built-in air cooling system. This would be perfect for music festivals. Get yours from the Decathlon online store.

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