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    Default Re: canvas tents

    Although we have sold all our kit, (no more camping due to health). We had a Howling Moon tent. it was well constructed and "waterproof", spent 4 days in pouring rain and not a dribble inside. It was light to transport and easy to put up.

    Just another 2c worth to think about.

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    Default Re: canvas tents

    Very very happy with Campmor. We got the dome with safari extension. Takes 20min for dome only or an hour for full set-up (dome and extension).
    Can't comment on Tentco but I'm sure the quality is just as good.
    Got a Echo4x4 t-top for overnight stay. Happy with the tent it self, not so much with their service.

    Remember Canvas tents is heavier. Waterproof the seams.
    Hose it down after a coastal holiday and don't store wet and it will last.

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    Default Re: canvas tents

    Had a Tentco Junior Bow (2.5X2.5) for about 8 years and fairly well used.
    Sold it for about 30% more than I paid for it.

    I do happen to be a Tentco addict, although we caravan nowadays.

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    Default Re: canvas tents

    Yoh! Holy necropost!

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