Quechua Tent Pitches Faster Than Any Other Tent
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Quechua Tent Pitches Faster Than Any Other Tent

Any camper worth his weight in mosquito bites can pitch a tent, but how fast? Setting the poles, the guy lines, and the stakes is time consuming. That is probably why Bear Grylls sometimes goes without a tent. It’s probably easier to use a dead wildebeest as cover, than to constantly be pitching and breaking down tents. It will definitely take any camper longer than five seconds to pitch a tent. What if the situation calls for a tent in two seconds?

- A sudden rain shower

- The mood strikes for an intimate outdoors session

- An unplanned camping trip

These are the situations in which you need to pitch a tent as fast as possible.

Think about how much time you would have to do other activities, if you could pitch a tent in merely seconds. The benefits of an instant tent would be endless. Your lack of camping skills may be hindering your tent performance, but it could be the tent’s fault also.

The Quechua Tent is categorized as a 2-second pop up tent. This 2-second tent does exactly what the name implies. It literally takes seconds to pitch this tent. Pull it out of its pouch and toss it in the air. Boom! The Quechua tent is set. The 2-second tent will free stand on its own. Unless there’s moderate winds, then you should set up the included stakes and guy lines. In that case it will probably take you more than two seconds. With no poles to set up, it won’t take nearly as much time as a normal tent. The tent has two layers. These are the waterproof outer, and the breathable polyester inner. It also has boot and clothes storage space, and a zip front door. Don’t worry about suffocation; the Quechua tent has adequate ventilation systems. When you’re done doing whatever it is that you did. It takes a long time to fold the tent back up. It takes 15 seconds. That’s long compared to the two seconds it takes to pitch this instant tent. Some people have claimed to have trouble breaking down the tent. It is actually quite simple; you just pull the tab on the back corner of the tent. There is a video on YouTube that explains how to fold the tent back down, and store it in its compact carrying case. The 2-second tent has two sizes. They are a one-person tent, and a two-person tent.

The Quechua Tent truly is a camping solution. That is probably why I found it on Think I Have That in their camping section.

This is the pop up tent you could throw in the back of your car and leave it until you get a wild hair.


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