Arpenaz camping tent, for 2 people

€ 20.00

Designed for 2 people camping.

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SKU: S12639 (1765635)
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Product benefits
  1. Easy assembly / dismantling
    Free-standing structure. Simple pole installation.
  2. Capacity
    Bedroom 120 X 200 cm. Max useful height: 105 cm.
  3. Compact design
    Compact design
    Dimensions of the cover: 57x12x11 cm/7.5 L. Weight: 2.2 kg.
  4. Heat reduction
    Flysheet and ventilation at the rear of the tent.
  5. Darkness
  6. Durability
    Withstands 40 km/h winds (Force 5): validated in wind tunnels on rotating plate
  7. Waterproof
    Tested under a shower at 200 mm water/hour/sqm (tropical rain) and field tests.
  8. Environmental impact
    Environmental impact
    Lifecycle comparison: sleeping tent -
Product feature
  1. Assembly/disassembly
    Standard dome assembly: set-up of the poles with the bedroom, then subsequent fastening of the double roof above the rest. Reverse procedure when dismantling.
  2. Ventilation
    1 high rear ventilation point, space between the flysheet and the floor all around the tent: to allow the air to circulate between the sleeping area and the flysheet, to refresh the air and limit as much as possible the natural phenomenon of condensation.
  3. Protection from the sun
    The fabric flysheet filters UV rays with a SPF of 30. Please note: a large amount of UV can pass through a simple open door: protect your skin.
  4. Waterproofing
    All Quechua tents are laboratory tested (entire tent under 200 L/sqm/h for 4 hours) as well as field tested. (Polyester 2000mm PU-coated flysheet, polyethylene groundsheet 120 g/m², all seams sealed with heat-bonded strips). The presence of a breathable polyester sleeping area under the flysheet prevents contact with the condensation water droplets that can settle on the inside of the flysheet.
  5. Wind resistance
    We test all our tents in a wind tunnel on a turntable to expose each side of the tent to the wind. A well-assembled tent with all the guy ropes properly deployed around the tent should remain habitable with a wind speed measured at 40 km/h near the ground (Force 5).
  6. A score to compare products' environmental impact
    The product's environmental impacts are calculated over its entire lifecycle using various indicators. An overall ABCDE rating is provided to help you easily identify products with the best environmental performance by comparing products of the same type (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks...). Decathlon is a voluntary player in this environmental information approach. For more info:
  7. Guarantee
    All tents sold by Decathlon are guaranteed for 2 years in normal use (your loyalty card or receipt act as proof of purchase). In case of any problem have your tent examined in the nearest Decathlon store. Spare parts and pole repairs at the workshop of your Decathlon store.
  8. UV protection (protection against Ultraviolet rays)
    The fabric flysheet filters UV rays with a SPF of 30. Please note: a significant amount of UV rays can enter through a single open door: protect your skin.
  9. Poles, pegs.
    Hollow fibreglass poles (2 diameters Ø 7.9 and 8.5mm). 6 x 5 mm galvanised steel pegs for very good twisting resistance.
  10. Guarantee
    All our tents are guaranteed for 2 years of normal use (your invoice or receipt gives proof of purchase date and price). In the event of a problem, have your tent checked out in your local Decathlon store.
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Pole : 100.0% Glass - Fibre (FG) Groundsheet : 100.0% Polyethylene (PE) Inner fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Outer fabric : 85.0% Polyester (PES), 15.0% Polyurethane (PU) Carry bag : 85.0% Polyester (PES), 15.0% Polyurethane (PU)
  2. Storage advice
    Storage: after use, or cleaning, store tent only when completely dry to prevent odour and mould growth.
  3. Cleaning advice
    1 CLEANING - if necessary, the tent can be cleaned with soapy water followed by a rinse (hose possible). Then needs to be dried fully. 2 RESIN MARKS - …very difficult to remove: once dry, scratch it (delicately) while putting an ice cube inside to make it
  4. Product restrictions
    Sleeping width: max. 60 cm per person.
  5. Product catchline
    A tent for 2 people, easy to pitch, that has passed all our resistance and waterproofing tests. Flysheet to protect you from condensation. Free-standing dome structure.
  6. Lab tested
    QUECHUA tent waterproofing is approved for the whole tent under 200 litres of water/hour/sqm (200mm of rain per hour) for 4 hours. The water column test (=mm schmerbers) only measures fabric waterproofing. Our test means we can prevent any water getting t
Product reviews
4.34 / 5
41 reviews
37 users recommend this product
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  • Great value for a tent

    David (Ireland)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    I've taken this tent out twice so far and very happy with it. The second outing was in time for one of Ireland's heaviest downpours and it withstood the test, not a drop inside the tent. Only criticism is that it could use another elastic peg pully at the back middle of the tent to pull the raincover away from the inner wall. I just use a stick to do the job and will fashion something before the next outing. Overall a great tent for the price. Goes up in no time and does exactly what it should.
  • Sturdy, simple to set up and waterproof!

    Tia (Ireland)
    Used for 1 week or less
    I read the previous reviews and was worried I'd end up with insufficient pegs but it turns this little gem of a tent has 6 pegs because that's all it needs. You are supposed to peg the base first, then set up the poles and then click the whole tent into place, removing the initial pegs to secure the cover onto the base. So 6 is definitely what you need. Read the instructions carefully, they are sewn into the pouch the tent comes in.

    My friend and I used this tent on Achill Island where it was fairly cool due to the Atlantic winds but it was dry so it was perfect. We then used it in the heart of Ireland where it rained heavily overnight and we had no care in the world and slept like kings due to being kept dry.

    I could not be happier! This was cheap yet invaluable in many ways for somebody like me who loves the open air.

    Also, I am 6ft tall and we were two sleeping in the there without any problem.

    There is a small pocket on the right had side of the entrance and a hook in the centre of the dome ceiling.

    Highly highly highly recommended. I have created amazing and treasured memories in this little fort of a tent!
    Set up instructions sewn into bag, waterproof
  • Good

    iliya (United Kingdom)
    Used for 3 to 6 months
    not very spacious but light
  • Great tent for the price

    Joe (United Kingdom)
    Used for More than 2 years
    This tent will work great for most people for most occasions. First, like with many tents, subtract a person from the mfr's designation. This is a 2-man tent if both campers are hobbits; otherwise, well, either you'd better be with your spouse, or just really, really skinny people. I use this as a 1-man tent on my backpacking excursions, and for that, it's worked well. A few quibbles. First, the tent is too short. At 6'2"/188 cm, this tent is only 200 cm long, and that doesn't take into account the slanted walls. Bottom line is that either my head presses against one wall, or my feet the opposite wall. Why, or why did you do this, Decathlon? The extra nylon to make it longer would have cost you about a quid, for which I'd gladly have paid, given how little this tent costs. Most other quibbles are just commensurate for a tent at this price point: little to no mesh area on the tent, so it can be a bit stifling in warmer weather. The tent door has only one zipper, so you always have to go all the way to one end or the other when zipping it up. Better tents usually have two so you can start/stop zipping wherever's best. Stuff pocket only at one end of the tent. Things like that. Otherwise? Nothing but praise. At 2.2 kilos, it's not the lightest out there, but certainly not porky. To fit it into the bottom of my Gregory backpack, I take out the poles and then smash the tent down a bit and then place it horizontally. I then just put the poles in the bag vertically.
    It's definitely waterproof as I've gotten caught a couple of times in decent rains.
    Overall, you get a lot for the money here. It's certainly not going to have all the bells and whistles of a tent at a higher price point, so if you camp/backpack just occasionally, give this tent a try. If you're a more serious camper, are 6'2" or taller, or just need a bit better gear, pass on this.
  • 2man tent

    Stacy (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
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