OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent
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The OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent is part of the Evolution Series. The Evolution series of tents is a collection of OZtrail's most popular designs. These models have been developed over years of use, utilising customer feedback and then incorporating today's features and technologies. Each model is based around five main principles that have established OZtrail as Australia's leading brand in family camping: fast set up, strong and durable design, weather resistant, climate protection and a user friendly design.
The OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent is a full height 4V dome with additional sheltered outdoor space. The extended full height front vestibule section is roomy enough to fit a few chairs and has front and rear D-doors plus a side door on the extended vestibule section for easy exit and entry! The large side windows and mesh inner provide excellent cross ventilation. The OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent is perfect for your next camping and outdoor adventure!
Please Note: Awning poles are not included.
- Full height dome tent
- Front vestibule section is roomy enough for a few chairs
- Front and rear D-doors and a side door for easy access
- Large side windows for cross ventilation
- Mesh inner for exceptional ventilation
- Carry bag provided
Design: The Tasman 4V Plus dome tent is a quick to set up and pack down option for those seeking a simple no-fuss tent, but with plenty of storage
Sleeps: 4 Adults in comfort
Fly: Silver Coated UVTex® 2000 Sun Tough Fly fabric - the UVtex® treatment not only protects the fly from harsh UV rays, it also doubles as a 100% waterproof barrier
Inner Tent: Polyester inner tent with No-See-Um mesh windows for ventilation but no biting insects
Floor: Heavy Duty PE Floor - Incorporating a bucket style floor with elevated seams keeps the moisture out
Door: Front and Rear Easy Step D Doors with lower sills to minimise tripping
Pole System: Black fibreglass poles
Mesh Windows: No-See-Um mesh panels for total insect protection and excellent ventilation
Environmental Control: Large mesh areas incorporated in inner tent for great ventilation. DryGuard™ Plus protects windows and doors from wind driven rain with storm flaps that velcro together
Zips: #5 Coil zips for windows and door
Climate Rating: Ideal for moderate to tropical conditions
Pegs & Guy Ropes: Sturdy pegs and pre-attached guy ropes included
12V Ready: Centrally located light attachment hook
Storage Solutions: Easy to locate side wall organiser pouches
Dimensions: 450 (120 + 90 + 240) x 220cm
Tent head height: 180cm
Bedroom floor area: 240 x 220cm
Pack Size: 64 x 19 x 19cm
The OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent is covered by a 12 month manufacturer's warranty against defects of material or manufacture.
Reviews of OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent
OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent(4) By: SCC on 15 December 2018It's a bit difficult to assemble for one person (I am 5'8"/173cm). The plastic hooks which clip over the tent poles don't run smoothly over the metal joins in the tent poles. So if you try to slide the poles along, the clips bunch up on the joins. Much cursing as I trampled over the tent to keep slipping the clips free. Same issue when taking the tent down. Apart from that, the tent is good. I was particularly interested in the side entry as I wanted to be able duck into shelter quickly and then muck about changing shoes, unzipping the fly etc, without getting wet. In that sense, it works a treat. There's plenty of space in the front vestibule to store things and still walk around easily. The tent pegs are pretty flimsy so I'll be upgrading those. I can stand up inside the tent itself but I have to hunch over a little in the vestibule.
OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent(4) By: James Prendergast on 9 July 2018I took my OzTrail Tasman 4V Plus out for its first overnighter last weekend. This tent has good headroom - I'm 6'2" (187cm) and can stand up well enough. The Plus model has and extra extension that is perfect as a bike storage. I can ride the bike in, park it overnight then ride out. Package contains base (floor and netted inner), fly with extension with guy ropes already attached, two collapsible cross members, a third shorter collapsible member, and pegs, with a bag for pegs and a bag for the collapsed members. Erection is typical of this style. I pegged the base square with four pegs, assembled the two members, fit each in succession (slide through the top loop, compress onto the locking pins on the corner of the floor, clip the inner net, done), throw the fly over and peg it down sliding the shorter third member into the sleeve, and compress onto the locking pins. Re-peg to square off the front vestibule, complete the pegging process with guys (if needed). it took me 20 mins to set it up at home by myself. On site, winds ran to 15+ knots, so I set some springs in three of the guy lines and pegged those. With the wind and extra effort it took me (alone) about 25 mins. This tent has good access with four doors, so I can enter and exit from the rear if the bike is inside. Even with the bike there's plenty of storage in the vestibule. I have owned many tents, and found this to be extremely good value (paid $129 at Tentworld Burleigh), and well suited to my purpose of occasional weekends away, although I’ve not had it heavy rain nor extreme heat as yet. It has plenty of room for two or more, and fits well across the back of the bike, not extending past the panniers.
OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent(3) By: Mel on 27 June 2017The extra space at the front is great, but this is definitely only a tent for summer/warm weather. There is no fly close to the mesh on the inside so there is not much protection from the cold. It also seems to allow water through (even heavy condensation) - especially the front section. The 2nd time we used it, we tried to tighten the front section more, but still found we couldn't touch the entrance-way at all, or we would get wet.
Tentworld ResponseThanks for your thoughtful review! Glad to hear you're mostly pleased with your tent. Please be careful shutting the tent up fully to keep warm, this is likely the cause of your condensation problems. Tents are designed to protect you from wind and rain but not to aid you in keeping warm. To stay warm, use good sleeping bags and clothing. If you remove all ventilation from the tent, then you definitely will suffer from condensation. It is important no matter how cold, or wet it is that you keep one window open. Otherwise you will find condensation will be a problem. I hope you find this tip useful and enjoy using your tent! Happy Camping & Kind Regards, Tentworld Team.
OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent(5) By: Kong on 20 February 2017I bought this tent Apr last year after a dismal experience with pop-up 2-person tent from Kmart. While it takes some practice, the tent can be set up by one person. The vestibule is a terrific add-on providing extra storage space. The two largish D-doors at the side provide easy access to the tent. Front and back canopies provide shade and ventilation in hot weather. Although it is designed for 4 people, accommodating 2 adults will be very comfortable. The tent has served me well through autumn/winter/spring last year, as well as summer this year. Highly recommended for first timers!
OZtrail Tasman 4V Plus Dome Tent(5) By: Kylie on 6 January 2017I bought this tent for my son. It is the first tent we have ever owned and we were all really impressed with how spacious it is and how easy it is to set up. My son was particularly impressed with the height - he is 6 feet tall and can stand up in the middle of the tent. The large windows and double doors mean lots of ventilation and the 'verandah' will be great for many uses. He hasn't actually been camping yet but has set it up and taken it down twice without any difficulty. He is really looking forward to trying it out for real, in the great outdoors :) Thanks for this great value for money product.