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ASDA 2 Man Tent

Price: £12.00


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    This ASDA 2 Man Tent is an ideal tent for any ourdoor pursuits - good value, lightweight, and versatile.


  • Accommodates two people.
  • 1500mm hydrostatic head waterproof rating.
  • Single skin with taped seams.
  • Carry bag included.
  • Full Specification

    Colour Blue
    Assembly Required true
    Dimensions 210 x 150 x 110 cm
    Material Fibreglass poles. Tent material: polyester. Floor: PE sheet.
    Model Number ASDA-2P TENT
    Product Type Tents
    Type Tents & Gazebos
    Weight 2.18kg
    Brand ASDA
    Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
    Rated 4 out of 5 great buy for price This is a good quality item. Small and compact when stored and fits easily into a medium sized rucksack. A bit weak on the weather front-will be of no use in really heavy rainfall but if you are only going to use it in the summer months then this product will do the job. Very easy to set up and take down and can be done in a matter of moments even if you are unskilled at such things. Probably too small to be classed as a 2 man though but well worth the money. 15 May 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value I bought this tent as my last 1 was ruined at creamfields last year. Mainly bought it for the price but it is a fab product! Easy to assemble and take down, spacious for a 2 man tent 29 May 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by NICE TENT IF YOUR A DUCK !!! TOP TENT IF YOUR A DUCK !!! Bought this just for the kids to play in in the garden , I was very pleased with the tent until it rained over night one night and the inside was more like a covered paddling pool !!! Managed to dry it out eventually with some large beach towels to soak up all the water !!! Great little tent but if your planning on using it for serious camping trips DO NOT BUY as if the rain turns up you will wake up ABSOLUTELY SOAKING WET !!! 80( 21 June 2013
    Rated 1 out of 5 by Don't Rely on This! I bought one of these to take to a festival, both poles broke as the tent was being assembled, both broke at the same area (where the pole goes into the ring at the corner of the tent), and in speaking to other people at the festival who also bought this tent, I wasn't the only one who experienced issues with quality! I know these are priced to be essentially disposable, aimed at the festival market, and it was what persuaded me - I wasn't planning to bring the tent back with me, but even at the price, you expect to actually be able to use it at least once! Had it not been for one of my friends being able to saw off the broken part and rig up a ferrule to take the strain, I wouldn't have had a tent at all, as it was, I had a floppy tent for the duration. I feel sorry for anyone who went out with this product who didn't have a McGuyver-like friend with them! Long story short, avoid!! 10 June 2014
    Rated 2 out of 5 by Good budget buy but.... Great little bargain to shelter from the sun in the back garden or as a play tent. Not very roomy. My son and I only just fit in and he is very small. I have read other reviews and agree about the sun roof. Although I have not actually experienced it, there is nothing to stop the rain penetrating the mesh. Although there is a detachable flap which can be fixed over the "window" it is far from watertight. I guess you get what you pay for! 18 June 2014
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Good value purchase Great tent for price, my little girl loves it as play tent in garden. Cheaper than most pop ups! 30 June 2013
    Rated 1 out of 5 by Waste of Money Went to assemble this tent in the back garden so that my daughter could try it out before her camping weekend. One of the support poles snapped before the assembly was complete, just as well that we tried to do a 'dummy run' first. Absolute Rubbish!!!! 12 July 2013
    Rated 4 out of 5 by good play tent Bought this as a play tent for grandchildren who love it.. Shelters them from wind and sun. On really hot days best in the shade. Good fun. I was able to put it together with minimum fuss. 29 June 2013
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    how to put up

    what exactly do the poles fix into to keep the tent up? i have the 4 man tent which is very similar and the instructions just state to put them in the pockets - urmmmm which pockets as there arent any on the base of the tent?
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    Its weird as if you look at the pictures on here, on 1 picture it shows the pegging of the tent. Judging by that you can clearly see the poles arent attached to the tent - its away from it. On the 4 man tent from asda there are 100 % no pockets. There is a pin attached to the loop thing at the bottom and I think it goes in there.
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    The poles slide in along the side of the tent and fix into pockets in each corner (they are tiny but there). You need to make sure the the poles form a cross and then bend them gently to form a dome shape before inserting them into the pockets. The poles should form an X when crossed which will be centred over the window when you start inserting the poles into the tent.

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    In totally only took 10 minutes to erect.
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