Bedouin wrote (see)
... I don't think that ease of pitching in bad weather is going to be one of this tents strong points.
They actually look remarkably similar to the Fjallraven tents we looked at 5 or so years back when we ended up with the Kaitum (and back then we were rather taken with the rather nice blue too...). Perhaps it's the fabric that's the New! Improved! bit? I seem to recall we mainly called off in favour of the Kaitum because the K was twin entrance and a bit lighter, which would fit in with the theory that it's a better fabric that's the main difference here (as these are a smidge lighter than a Kaitum).
I'd agree there's nothing intrinsically tricksy looking about setup: same as other Scandanavian tunnels which, are pretty easy.
Montgomery Wick wrote (see)
88cm internal height, too low for (my) comfort, although it's probably mitigated by the fairly large area of usable space.
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