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When you want to take the tent trip to a new level
We have tested a flying tent.
Tremannsteltet Tentsile Stingray
Ole Henrik Johansen, Tek.no
21). May 2022, 14:00
7 min reading time
Do you know the childhood dream you had about leaving on a magical, flying carpet? The one who was never fulfilled before you became too old to admit that you still dream about it just as actively?
You can now breathe a sigh of relief. We have found the closest we get to an outdoor trip on a magic rug. And we are not disappointed.
The “flying” tents of Tentsile are actually referred to as “wooden tents”. But why someone found out that they should suffocate the magic behind a tent in the air, with a word reminiscent of a complicated hammock, is not known. We therefore refer to them as flying tents.
We brought in two different types of flying tents, the three-person tent Stingray and the two-person tent Connect. They have many of the same qualities, but they differ in some very specific points.