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Easy Camp Tent Eclipse 300


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  • The Eclipse 300 pitches outer first. This dome tent features a third pole set away from the main tent to create a large extended porch.
  • This useful living area includes a groundsheet and has plenty of space to access stored gear – perfect for activities like motorcycle camping, or any number of outdoor pursuits.
  • Entry is via front and side doors.
  • Two windows and their accompanying vents keep the porch bright and airy.
  • The large Eclipse 300 is perfect for campers using a small car and looking for a space for those extra luxuries.
  • Comfortabley sleeps 3.
  • Lantern Point: hanging point for lantern.
  • Taped Seams: seams sealed using heat-applied tape to prevent water ingress.
  • Felxible Pole Frame: Glasfibre poles are used to support the tent, awning or extension.
  • Hydrostatic Head 2000mm: shows the amount of water on 1cm squared before the water penetrates the coating.
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Easy Camp Tent Eclipse 300 €130.00 In Stock
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  • Dome shaped tent, with an extended tunnel storage area
  • Large porch area with detachable groundsheet
  • Two access doors for enhanced versatility
  • Organiser pocket
  • Lantern point
  • Top ventilation

Technical specifications

Type of tent: Dome
Sleeps people: 3
Hydrostatic Head: 2000 mm
Flysheet: 180T 100% polyester PU coated
Inner tent: Breathable 100% polyester
Rooms: 1 bedroom, 1 living room
Poles: Fibreglass 8.5 /7.9 mm
Floor: 100% polyethylene
Groundsheet: Detachable groundsheet for porch area
Pitching way: Flysheet first or as one
Pack size: 58 x 19 cm
Weight: 4.4 kg


1. When unpacking the tent, it is a good idea to familiarise yourself with how it should be repacked.

2. Spread out the fl ysheet on an area that is as even and clean as possible.

3. Assemble the fi breglass poles and push them through the sleeves marked with colour,the two longest diagonally across the middle, the shortest one in the front of the flysheet. The tent can now be raised by placing the ends of the tent poles down in the metal eyelets on pole anchor straps.

4. Position the tent as required. Peg it down through the webbing loops and elastic rings. Use a mallet to secure the pegs in the ground but be careful of your hands and feet when hitting the peg.

5. The sleeping cabin can now be hung in the tent, using the straps with rings provided for the purpose and peg it down.

6. Place the groundsheet in the porch area and peg it down.

7. Secure the tent against strong wind with guylines and pegs.

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