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Seeker 2

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The free-standing two-person Seeker 2 extended dome features Flexpitch - a versatile system that allows the mesh inner to be used on its own in hot climes, or with full flysheet protection with toggle back options to suit weather. This ensures adventurers benefit from enhanced ventilation, views out and star gazing when conditions allow, with additional features including optimised internal space, two-door access an evolved Low Vent System and short pole sections for easy packing of panniers and backpacks.
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Feature Icons
2000 mm Hydrostatic Head 2000 mm: Shows the amount of water on 1 cm² before the water penetrates the coating.
Ripstop Ripstop outer fabrics highly resistant to damage and limits tear travel.
Taped Seams Strong, flexible and durable tape is glued and heat-sealed over flysheet seams for effective long-term waterproofing in this critical area.
Flat pole sleeve Flat sleeves allow easy pole threading, low profile and wind resistance.
FlexPitch FlexPitch options include inner only for bug-free ventilation with sky views; half flysheet with inner for partial wind protection with enhanced ventilation and views; full flysheet for total protection; and flysheet only for lightweight shelter.
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.
Aluminium poles Light, strong, reliable and durable.
Gear rope Adjustable clothesline to dry cloth and gear.
Mosquito net Mesh with mosquito net for ventilation and to keep insects out.
Packsack Packsack for stowing with roll down closing.
Low vents The Robens Low Vent airflow system allows a healthy airflow through the tent for ventilation. It can be adjusted easily to reflect changing weather conditions.
 Weight The pared down minimum weight and maximum supplied factory weight for the Robens range. (weight of carrybag not included)
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Specifications
Type of tent:
Dome
Flysheet:
HydroTex NRS-T, 20D nylon 380T, ripstop nylon outside siliconised PU inside
Taping:
Taped seams
Hydrostatic Head:
2000 mm
Sleeps:
2
Poles:
Aluminium #7001, T6, 8.5 mm, anodised
Inner tent:
20D nylon B3 mesh, breathable nylon mesh
Floor Inner:
20D nylon ripstop 380T PU coated, 5000 mm
Colour:
Dark Green
Textile Fiber Composition:
Flysheet: 100% Nylon Inner tent: 100% Nylon Mesh: 100% Nylon
Pack size:
38 x 14 cm
Weight:
1.7 kg
Item number:
130368
Features
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Fully free-standing configuration
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Fly toggles up front and/or back for sheltered views and enhanced ventilation
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Full mesh inner for optimal ventilation and low weight
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Separate weights: Flysheet x g / Inner x g / Poles x g
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Short pole sections for easy packing of panniers and backpacks
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Additional side door for flexible entry and exit
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Variable doors allow one, two or both panels to be opened
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Twin porch areas
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Adjustable Low Vent system
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Top ventilation
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Reflective trims on vent cover for quick location
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Porch hook for wet gear and items like a bike helmet
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Gear rope
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Mesh gear pocket in top of the inner
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Inner tent mesh storage pockets
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Lantern hanging point
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Flysheet fabric repair patch included
Robens Tests
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.
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