OZtrail Skygazer 3XV Dome Tent
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The best part of a weekend escape is camping under a star filled sky. With OZtrail's Skygazer series of tents, just roll back the fly for cooler sleeping and insect free skygazing. In the event of rain you have full fly protection in seconds.
The Skygazer 3XV Dome Tent boasts some great features for a functional and comfortable camping experience. You'll sleep through any storm knowing that the Dryseam and Dryfloor technology will keep you and your gear dry all night long. The Laminate Welded Floor Corners use a multi-layered PE lamination that is welded instead of stitched at high stress points in the floor of your tent - meaning that it provides both exceptional weatherproofness as well as extended durability.
The Skygazer Window System and No-See-Um mesh allow you to stay cool on warmer nights whilst preventing any creepy crawlies from entering your tent. The tent also features an extended enclosed vestibule, so you can protect your gear from the elements without compromising on space!
Whether it's for a romantic getaway, a weekend away with the family, or an impromptu adventure - the Skygazer 3XV provides you with that magical camping experience.
- Silver Coated UVTex® 2000 Sun Tough Fly fabric
- Enclosed Vestibule
- Dryseam Weatherproofing
- Skygazer Window System
- Heavy Duty 230 gsm PE Floor
- Laminate Welded Floor Corners
- No-See-Um Mesh
- Dryguard Plus
- Easy Step D Doors
Colour: Light/Dark Green
Sleeps: 3 Adults
Fly: Silver Coated UVTex® 2000 Sun Tough Fly fabric
Inner Tent: Polyester with No-See-Um mesh windows
Floor: Heavy Duty Bucket Style PE Dryfloor
Door: Easy Step D Doors
Pole System: Duraplus Fibreglass Poles
Mesh Windows: No-See-Um Mesh
Dimensions: 205 x 265 cm
Head Height: 125 cm
Weight: 3.7 kg
Pack Size: 63 x 16 x 16 cm
2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty against defects of material or manufacture.
Reviews of OZtrail Skygazer 3XV Dome Tent
OZtrail Skygazer 3XV Dome Tent(4) By: Damien on 17 April 2018Pretty much got what I expected. Some of the velcro stitching feels like it could eventually come apart, it doesnt feel very sturdy in that sense, so I wouldnt take it on a Himalayan trek to Everest, but for $100 the tent does as advertised and Im happy enough with it. Definitely recommend putting it up before you go camping/treking as it took a while to work out how it all works, but once you have done it, it should be quick enough to put up in the future.