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I purchased this product for multi day hikes due to it's low price and low weight. I set it up to test in the backyard over a stormy week. It was doing well during the first shower and then the heavy rain came. Admittedly it was serious and sustained rain, but still I had hoped the tent would be waterproof, it wasn't... lol. Rain leached in via the seams and I moved out of the tent after a few hours. It let in about 1-2 cups of water (a lot), mostly pooling in the corners. If you were on a hike this would be problematic... thankfully I had no gear in the tent. To fix this I just purchased a tent tarp and will have to work out how to use that to get a dry nights sleep. That will add to the weight of the tent but is prob worth carrying anyway as a backup for safety.
The quality of the tent otherwise is good and the bottom is definitely waterproof. Plenty of room inside for a long mat and sleeping bag, I'm 183cm and 90kg and I can just sit up inside and could fit me twice across the floor, or me and my gear comfortably.
When I purchased I didn't realise it was a hiking pole tent, but love that now. It really was so easy to setup with my cheap Decathlon hiking poles!
Only other issue I found was there is no ventilation... next time I might go for version 2 which has bottom vents butbis a little more expensive. It can feel a little stuffy inside this version when you can't keep the door cover open due to rain.
Arived earlier than expected. Description said it came with metal pegs, I was going to buy aluminium ones but when it arrived it already had them !! Pretty happy about that. Backs nicely into a light 60 litre pack whith room to spare for everything else