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Aqua-Quest 185 - Tiendas de campaña de túnel, color naranja, talla Talla única

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  • 1. Laminado impermeable y transpirable éster PU recubierto de tafetán 70-D Ripstop nylon (10.000 mm resistencia hidrostática, 3000 g/m2/día). costuras selladas al calor para una mayor impermeabilidad
  • Material 2. Extremadamente ligero y compresible. ultra conveniente unipolar de aluminio de configuración. capa exterior rueda abajo a la base que proporciona una excelente protección contra los insectos
  • 3. Panel trasero fijo malla para la circulación del agregado y la prevención de la condensación. ventilación frontal aumenta la circulación y transpirabilidad. ventana de TPU transparente permite una visión clara del cielo nocturno hermoso
  • 4. Cuando se combina con la búsqueda aqua ultra ligero lona 'Sil', tu campamento será del 100% en seco y seguro
  • . 5 dimensiones (aprox.): Capacidad: 1 persona. Peso: 1,1 kg. Set-up: 230 x 90 x 70 cm. anchura en los hombros: 90 cm. ancho a los pies: 60 cm. embalaje: 40 x 13 x 13 cm.

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Aqua-Quest 'The Hoopla' Waterproof & Breathable Ultra Light Bivy Bivouac - One Person Multi Season Shelter - Orange Model

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TamañoTalla única
Anchura90 centímetros
Incluye bateríasNo

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 230 x 70 x 90 cm
  • Número de modelo del producto: 185
  • ASIN: B0056SOA48
  • Producto en desde: 13 de abril de 2012
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº95.981 en Deportes y aire libre (Ver el Top 100 en Deportes y aire libre)
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No me ha convencido. No ventila bien. Se forma condensación en seguida mojandose la mochila y saco de dormir.
Por lo demás es ligero, pero sólo útil para días cálidos de verano
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Three Month Review 12 de mayo de 2013
Por SynchmanPE - Publicado en
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I spent one night in this bivy/tent on the snow-pack, at about 35 °F in Necklace Valley, May 11 2013. What I love about this bivy: Very light and small, waterproof, and to enter and exit there is no crouching, you just step across into the open front. As I had to get up around five times that night, the easy entry/exit was a real plus.

As others have mentioned, you need to keep it well ventilated to avoid condensation. I used it on the snow-pack with no ground cloth or tarp, left about a foot of zipper open at the top, and in the morning there was just a film of condensed vapor. Did not deal with any rain, falling snow, or bugs on this trip. I had a Tyvek® tarp along in the event of rain, which I used as a doormat over the snow.

I rigged up a hiking pole through the loops at the knee to keep the bottom panel off my legs, and an ice axe through the loop at my feet. In this configuration it is to more of a tent than a bivvy, without the weight of tent poles. I turned it inside-out to dry after I returned home.

The product image is slightly misleading, there is a hoop at the top and no other structure, so unless you take steps to suspend the middle and bottom, the bivy will rest against you and possibly dampen your sleeping gear.

So far, I'm very happy with the combination of weight, protection from the elements, and pricing choices made during the design of this product.
Above are my initial impressions. After three months and three backpacking trips with this bivvy, the pros and cons are:
Pro: (my favorite) You can leave the mesh closed and the top down, and sleep under the stars bug-free.
Pro: compact and light.
Pro: Easy in/out, no crouching.
Pro: Easy to clean and dry, just flip it inside out and give it a shake to get out the dirt, then hang it to dry.
Con: I have a lightly-filled down bag which relies on loft to keep warm. Unless I suspend the bottom and middle of the bivvy, it compresses my bag and I get cold. See my customer images for one way to suspend it with trekking poles.
Con: When raining, unless you suspend a tarp over the entrance you can't get in/out without getting things wet.

Overall, I still think it is a great value. However, I have upgraded to a Tarptent Double Rainbow for most of my backpacking trips. It is a two-person, two-entrance tent for about the same weight, but about 3X the price.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Perfect for Hiking and Backpacking 1 de enero de 2012
Por Matt - Publicado en
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I got this bivy about 2 months ago and have used it a few times. I was kind of skeptical about getting this since there were not too many reviews but I went ahead and bought it.

-Easy to setup
-Quality materials
-Window on top

-Cheap stakes
-Condensation can get bad

I was going to rate this 4 stars because of the condensation issue, but it only happens during the winter. I was in an open field and the temperature got down to about 30 degrees. When I woke up, there was quite a bit of moisture on the walls of the tent due to condensation. This can be easily avoided if you create some ventilation whether you leave the top open or leave some of the zipper open. I slept like a baby in this thing and woke up to the rain. I stepped outside of the bivy and into a 1 inch deep puddle. The whole night I did not even know and for that, I give this 5 stars
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (the Ugly would be me) 21 de diciembre de 2014
Por SleepyLee - Publicado en
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Here's the good part. Look closely at the measurements of even very expensive bivys (Bivies?) and none are usually as big in the shoulders as this one. I lucked out. I really needed that and really wasn't comparing.
Now the negative.
Well I might have to buy another bivy someday to find out if it is just me or if it is standard for it to be so difficult to operate and figure out the zippers. (referring to the zipper for the mosquito net) But with that said, never wait til dark to put your bag in the bivy. It would make a great test or "initiation" to make someone do that in the dark by feel only. I can't really totally understand it to perfection, looking at it in the bright sun. Makes me want to invent a fool proof bivy. And don't let them fool you with that breathable stuff. As I saw on someone else's review, it sure seems to trap all the moisture from your breath on the inside. Don't know if Gortex is better at that but I would be tempted to test that out on the next one. But bottom line.... It does the job at a great price!!!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Bivy, But Not As Waterproof as Expected for 10000mm 7 de junio de 2012
Por Nick Antonaccio - Publicado en
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I own a total of more than 20 tents and bivys, and this is a great design. It's light weight and very roomy (for a bivy). I can fit myself and my pack inside, the large bug mesh is great for warm, dry nights, the hooped design is a nice balance between a tent and a bivy, and it sets up immediately. The metal hoop is sturdy, and the stakes are light and tuff (though short). It's nice that this item can be used without any of the metal, just like a simple bivy bag, and it's wide and tall enough to fit a winter sleeping pad and bag, without compressing the insulation.

The original reason I purchased this bivy was to hopefully find something more waterproof than a Gore-tex army bivy. I spent a night in my Gore-tex bag with driving rains and winds of 40+ MPH, for hours, and that Gore-tex bag became swamped. Since that night I've done my best to find a more waterproof option. I've tested a number of bags in the shower, and was hoping that this would actually be 100% waterproof, with its 10000mm rating, and the fact it's made by Aqua-Quest. I was disappointed to find that this bag filled completely with water in less than 5 minutes of submersion in the bath tub (with me in it, and with the shower running at full force). A less expensive Baffin bag with only a 3000mm rating survived longer and allowed in less water. Not sure why that would happen, if the ratings on both models are determined the same way.

Still, I REALLY like the design of this bag, and it's getting 5 stars for the way I expect most people would use it. The size and setup options are fantastic. This item will replace my Eureka Back Country tent - a model which I purchased so that I could hold my pack, and me, inside the tent. This bivy is significantly lighter and smaller then the Back Country tent, and it sets up much faster. My tests and hopes for waterproof-ness were dramatic and pretty unrealistic. I expect it would keep me completely dry, on its own, in anything but the weather conditions I described above. If you need more protection, carry a tarp, and choose your location carefully.

EDIT: This is quickly becoming my favorite bivy/tent. I like to sleep outside several nights a week, so it gets used a lot. The size, weight, durability, price, and other features are a perfect combination for me. Great product!
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great roomier-than-most bivy 13 de octubre de 2015
Por Colleen - Publicado en
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This bivy is just what I was looking for. It's much roomier inside than the average bivy. At 5'2", I can comfortably stash my pack in the foot box- keeping the rest of my gear safe from the elements and lifting the fabric off my legs for greater comfort. There is also plenty of room to read, roll over, and, with a bit of twisting, give myself a sponge bath and change clothes. While not technically freestanding, I've set this up on granite (without stakes) and found the pole stayed in place enough to continue to lift the fabric off my face. As with any bivy, ventilation is a challenge. Although there is a small mesh panel behind one's head, this seems to provide almost no protection from condensation if the bivy is otherwise zipped up. So, despite Aqua Quest's promoting this item's waterproofness, I'd be reluctant to use it in a heavy rain unless I brought a small tarp I could set up overhead so I could leave the bivy partially unzipped. Still- this bivy serves the purpose I bought it for- a shelter with a very small footprint that could be set up quickly on just about any surface in less than two minutes. Great for those minimalist trips where you plan on spending most of your day on the trail, not in camp.

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