I am proper convinced now,I don't just want one, I NEED one of theseMr_Rimps said:OK folks here they are.
Sorry to keep you waiting..had to wait for the sun to come up!
The Luvva went up without any problems despite no instructions. There are three peg loops connected via a webbing strip
I pegged these out first and put in the pole. It stood up OK, despite a windy afternoon, then I went around the base and put the rest of the pegs in.
He he he ha ha ha ....great!
Enough room for four and our kit with the added advantage that if the weather's not to good for sitting outside there's room to play inside.
I brought the ground sheet too its a quality pice of kit (not just a cheap tarp) as is the whole thing.
I'm thinking of making some adjustments to the groundsheet to enable it to be put in after the tents up. Also going to add some eyelets.
Now the weather is chilling up nicely I really need a stove
I'd love to see some pictures of this Tundra 8 and a bit of a review as I have also go one that I've not had the time to set up yetggfh666 said:I got mine finally.
Not due to Bison, but due to the Belgian customs/posts methods.
It is a Tundra 8.
I set it up on my own. Did need 2 tries as the pegs aren't suitable for my garden.
They get pulled out of the ground too easily. But my garden is loose marsh ground.
Not sure on how to put the top hat on tboh. I intended to pull it up using the ropes.
1 on each side around the tent using the conical shape to get it lifted towards tht top. That worked but I had not enough control to not pull it over the top. I used a stick instead then.
The tent is huge.
Can't take pics at the moment as it is raining ice over here. I will check on water/ice proofness now.