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Das Rosewood ist ein Tipi, mit einem Außengewebe aus Polycotton und ein Bogensystem aus Stahlstangen. Der Innenraum wird nicht wie üblich durch eine Stange in der Mitte beschränkt. Das Zelt hat ein Sonnensegel somit ist für gutes Klima im und vor dem Zelt gesorgt. More >>

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2 Year WarrantyAirZoneCable EntryDiamond Clear WindowsFire Retardant: Meets EN5912Lantern Hanging PointsMesh DoorsPowerlite Alloy 7001-T6 PolesPowerplus 22mm Steel PolesProtex TC CottonSewn-In GroundsheetTAS: Tied Arch System
  • Völlig eingenähte bodenplane
  • Kabeldurchgang mit Reissverschluss - um das Stromkabel in das Zelt zu führen ohne die anderen Eingänge zu blockieren.
  • Kommt komplett mit laterne hängenden punkte
  • Große Diamond Clear PVC-Fenster für maximale Licht und große Sichtbarkeit.
  • Oxford Ripstop Bodenplane aus Polyester - maximiert Stärke und Langlebigkeit.
  • Überdachter Eingang - Bietet einen geschützten Eingang zu Ihrem Zelt, was das Eindringen von Regen in den Wohnbereich verhindert.
  • Leichtes TC Polycotton (200g/m²) - Leichtes, langlebiges Gewebe. Bei warmem Wetter hilft es das Zelt kühl zu halten, und warm bei kalten Witterungsverhältnissen.
  • PowerPlus Steel Poles - Steel poles are used to give maximum strength and stability in many of our tunnel tents.
  • Tied Arch System (TAS) - von Vango patentiertes Gestängesystem für einfachen Aufbau und mehr Stehhöhe im Innenzelt
  • PowerLite 7001-T6 Aluminium Stangen sind leicht, kompakt und langlebig
  • AirZone - durch die im unteren und oberen Bereich integrierten Ventilationsöffnungen kann die Luft im Zelt perfekt zirkulieren
  • Eine erweiterbare Zelttasche mit extra grosser Öffnung, die das Einpacken Ihres Zeltes erleichtert. Die Taschen ist mit robuste Kompressionsriemen ausgestattet.
  • Line-Lok® Abspannsystem - für sehr leichtes und unkompliziertes abspannen der Zeltschnüre
  • Neu von Vango, das vormontierte Sonnensegel bietet zusätzlichen Platz zum entspannen, Schatten und schutz vor Regen. Ideal geeignet um Schuhe, Utensilien oder ähnliches abzustellen.
  • Flexible Trennvorhänge - Liefern Privatsphäre wenn nötig, und kann beiseite gerollt werden, wenn nicht in Gebrauch
  • Zwei Eingänge sind ausgestattet mit Fliegennetzen, was für gute Belüftung sorgt.
Pitching Time20 mins
PacksizeL72.0 x H34.0 x W34.0cm
Capacity6 Person Tent
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Das Rosewood ist ein Tipi, mit einem Außengewebe aus Polycotton und ein Bogensystem aus Stahlstangen. Der Innenraum wird nicht wie üblich durch eine Stange in der Mitte beschränkt. Das Zelt hat ein Sonnensegel somit ist für gutes Klima im und vor dem Zelt gesorgt. More >>

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Nearly perfect glamp tent but wrong colour

There are many great things to say about this tent, given my past experience of cotton canvas bell tents, tipi tents and lotus belles and also pvc/vented tarp yurtdomes (geodesic wigwams).

In terms of weight and pack size it beat them all.

In terms of cost it is near best in class (£500 from Go-Outdoors).

With respect to setup it is on par with bell tents and tipi tents - far fewer pegs (8 essential not including guys or canopy versus typically 20) but more time consuming centre-pole-less configuration (1 person can do it with the trick of the final last insertion of outer roof aluminium ring pole into steel A frame is much easier by removing closest peg to the insertion point to free up tension).

In terms of living space this is very close to a yurtdome or lotus belle - it feels bigger than a 4m lotus belle, has no centre pole like a yurtdome with the double skin roof making the walls far more vertical than a tipi tent let alone a bell tent. The double skin roof is a natural shade cover - I do not why they do not promote this clever feature. Having the two large doors open is a great feature that all but a star bell tent lack ( or a yurtdome in open arch configuration but that is very fiddly to open and close). Having two large windows are great, when the weather is bad you can still see outside but be protected.

In terms of performance the 200 g/m^s material it is more lightweight than most traditional cotton canvas tents usually from 250 g/m^s up to 340 g/m^s but in terms of build quality it feels as good as the best in class Lotus Belle albeit with lighter but clever plastic pegs and thinner guys, note that every conceivable tie and loop are included. It is not wind rated like Robens and whilst the lighter materials obviously make it a more compact and lighter pack than traditional tents, this makes it unclear how well it could perform in windy conditions. The double skin roof acting as a parachute could be an issue there. Vango recommends dropping the awning which can be rolled back and tie neatly on the main tent.

Having a fitted carpet covering the groundsheet is essential not great - as usual groundsheets is another area where Roberns and Vangos save on weight and bulk but skimp on luxury compared to traditional glamping tents. Similarly buying or making a footprint is essential. The combination of the three is still lighter and more compact than traditional heavy 540 g/m^s groundsheets (for which one needs to add coverings too anyway)

The first negative is that one of the appeals of the awning is as a rain protector to the entrance yet the doors open from the outside in and so the awning does not protect the outside of the doors well, there can be some rain ingress. Not remotely as bad as bell tents and tipi tents but not as effective as I expected given this design. Some additional material, a little triangle on the sides of the wall from a vertex on the floor to the canopy extending out a max of 30 cm on the canopy could easily solve this. It makes me wonder how well this was tested before launch.

The tent uses the Vango AirZone system, whatever that really means. I do not know how well that works in hot weather - bought this at the end of the UK festival season - but surely there should be wall vents near the sleeping area - to create air flow over the head - especially for cooling during the day? If one addition, one use the internal dividers for a darker day experience that would surely make the airflow even worse? Unlike tipi tents, there is no variable upper venting, the hot air venting through the lower outer openings in the second outer layer roof. This looks like it could create some sort of convection and possibly venturi air flow but this is not explained, I am guessing. If it was that surely Vango would extoll that as a feature, they do not just calling it "Vango's AirZone ventilation system keeps air circulating in your tent and reduces condensation". That is a very poor description and it it really were as I am guessing they should say so.

This leads to the final and most inexplicable flaw. The colour. Just about all competitors are light tan to white and this leads to an easy lighting experience at night and a naturally light day experience. This tent needs much more lighting than the equivalent lotus belle as the chocolate brown makes it very dark. During the day this makes the tent dark and being forced to open windows or doors compromises privacy. Internally and externally it is an aesthetic negative. Does this help will day cooling? I do not think so, they make no claim for this and only time will tell next year. Externally it turns an unusual and interesting design that could have been head turning and spectacular into mediocre if imposing (due to being much taller compared to bell tents) if not ugly. Is there a good reason for this, otherwise bizarre, colour - there is no explanation on their site?

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A tent to make you smile

The passage of years mean that our trusty regular Outwell Yukon 6 is becoming less needed for family holidays as it's a little excessive fo just two of us (and lengthy to pitch). Our normal Vango Omega 350, although great, seems a tad small when staying away for a week or so. This being the case an alternative 'sensible' tent was sought. Ideally I wanted steel or ally frame (I've had too many leaky airbeds to trust air frames yet) but all options seemed, well, a bit dull. Whilst web-surfing, I chanced upon the 'Rosewood' and it made me smile! Although bigger than I was looking for, the 20 minute pitch time compensated for that. My wife needed convincing so we tripped out to Thurrock Go-Outdoors to see one in the flesh. We were sold - what a great looking tent! Having just returned form a weeks camping, a few observations. It's easy to pitch but the supplied instructions are rubbish! Watch the videos online to see how to do the job. If not 20 minutes, we can certainly do it in 25 minutes inc all guys. The built in extension is a little style over substance - it'll not really shelter you from much. The poly cotton material and assembly seems to be of high quality and the tent certainly has impact on the campsite. Watch opening the doors in the rain - you need to be careful to avoid a bit of water dripping in. I'd suggest full guying is necessary, I'm not sure how the Rosewood will cope in very windy conditions. As with all tepee style tents, cooler nights do mean that the tent does not keep as warm as a conventional frame tent - closing the lower vents does help though. These things aside, this is a magnificent tent for two wishing to glamp it up a bit!

BTW - we paid £499 at Go-Outdoors

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