Raptor

The Raptor free-standing tunnel tent continues with minor updates to its award-winning formula including a smart new pole colour and twist clip-on hooks that, along with pole sleeves closed one side, make pitching quick and easy no matter the weather. The lateral pole enhances stability in challenging conditions. Two doors, two generous porches and large rainproof mesh vents that are accessible from inside, add to its three-season suitability.
Technical specifications
Type of tent: Free-standing tunnel
Sleeps people: 2
Hydrostatic Head: 3000 mm
Flysheet: Hydrotex LT with sealed seams, 40D ripstop 100% nylon siliconised outside and PU coated inside. Fire retardant
Inner tent: 30D ripstop polyester, 100% polyester, breathable
Rooms: 1 bedroom, 2 porch area
Poles: Alloy DAC #7001 Pressfit, T6, 9.5 mm, anodised
Floor: 75D polyester Taffeta 185T, 100% polyester, 10,000 mm
Pitching way: Flysheet first or as one
Pack size: 44 x 18 cm
Minimum weight: 3.04 kg
Weight: 3.40 kg
Recommendation: This versatile quick-pitch tunnel tent will appeal to lightweight adventurers

Features

  • 3000 mm

    3000 mm

    Hydrostatic Head 3000 mm: Shows the amount of water on 1 cm² before the water penetrates the coating.

    3000 mm

  • Taped Seams

    Taped Seams

    Strong, flexible and durable tape is glued and heat-sealed over flysheet seams for effective long-term waterproofing in this critical area.

    Taped Seams

  • Fire Retardant

    Fire Retardant

    The fabric does not burn, but melts when in direct contact with flames.

    Fire Retardant

  • DAC poles

    DAC poles

    Even lighter but still strong, reliable and durable.

    DAC poles

  • Twist Clip Hook

    Twist Clip Hook

    Twist Clip hooks and V-shaped webbing loop hangers are combined for fast, easy and secure attachment to poles whilst spreading the load on the flysheet stitching; they can be released easily but only deliberately by hand.

    Twist Clip Hook

  • Internal Pole Sleeve System

    Internal Pole Sleeve System

    The Internal Pole Sleeve System is used in the Lite range to give a smooth profile to the flysheet, avoiding snow build-up and maximising wind shedding. External access ensures ease of use particularly in demanding conditions.

    Internal Pole Sleeve System

  • Flat pole sleeve

    Flat pole sleeve

    Flat sleeves allow easy pole threading, low profile and wind resistance.

    Flat pole sleeve

  • Inner tent clip connector

    Inner tent clip connector

    Clip connector keeps inner tent together with flysheet during pitching.

    Inner tent clip connector

  • Gear rope

    Gear rope

    Adjustable clothesline to dry cloth and gear.

    Gear rope

  • Storage pocket for inner door

    Storage pocket for inner door

    Storage pockets for inner doors mean they can be stashed away neatly to open up the space and avoid accidental damage.

    Storage pocket for inner door

  • Rain safe vents

    Rain safe vents

    Ample hoods shelter the vents that allow a healthy adjustable airflow through the tent whilst keeping out the elements.

    Rain safe vents

  • Triangle guying points

    Triangle guying points

    Reinforced guying points have a triangular design to spread the load taken by the flysheet in strong winds. The reflective loops for guyline attachment make them far easier to spot in a headlamp beam at night in bad weather.

    Triangle guying points

  • Storm Guard

    Storm Guard

    Adds extra stability to cope with extreme weather by simply yet ingeniously connecting flysheet, pole and guylines with a flexible fabric loop that spreads the load strain of severe wind gusts over the whole structure with no weak points of stress.

    Storm Guard

  • Guyline retainer

    Guyline retainer

    Guyline retainers hold folded guylines securely when packing away to avoid the nightmare of tangles and knots later.

    Guyline retainer

  • Mosquito net

    Mosquito net

    Mesh with mosquito net for ventilation and to keep insects out.

    Mosquito net

  • MAX 156km/h AVG 140km/h

    MAX 156km/h AVG 140km/h

    Robens Wind Test: The determination of the performance of a Robens tent in wind is based on the knowledge and technique available to Robens at the time of testing. During the test we register the maximum (MAX) speed impact a tent was subjected and the average (AVG) wind speed at which structural instability occurred. This may appear as a broken/deformed pole, or the collapse of the tent and subsequent return to shape when the wind drops. At no point was any form of catastrophic failure experienced up to the maximum wind speed.

    MAX 156km/h AVG 140km/h

  • Packsack

    Packsack

    Packsack for stowing with roll down closing.

    Packsack

RRP: 599,95 €
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