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The Aurora 1 is a new and very comfortable yet light 1-person tent with poles on the outside. That means that you can put up the whole tent at once (the inner tent is hung inside). Continuous pole sleeves make setup simple. The tent is somewhat flatter at the rear end to reduce the weight and improve the aerodynamics. The Aurora 1 has relatively small surface areas, which makes it very stabile and suitable for moderate winter use. The fly sheet has four closeable apex ventilation flaps. When opened, the fly door can be set up with additional poles, which offers extra rain protection. With an interior height of 93 cm, the inner tent allows enough space to sit comfortably, with space on the side to store gear. In addition, the inner tent has two sealable air vents and one pocket to stash stuff. The D-shaped inner tent doors have mosquito netting on the upper half that cannot be covered.
Material outer tent: Ripstop Polyester 68D, 190T, PU coated, 2.5 kg tear resistance
Material inner tent: Polyester 70D. 185T. water-repellent. breathable
I have been using the tent for the 2nd summer.
Material and workmanship are good, but there are two things that really excite me.
The eyelets described are missing on the pop-up roof, but that's a faulty design anyway, because the water runs into it when it rains
Worse the internal channels for the two tent poles. These are way too tight.
While my buddies have long since given their tent and are cooking, I'm still setting up.
Even pulling it out takes and continues.
On bike tours, where I assemble and dismantle every day, really annoying.
Hopefully I won't destroy the canal at some point.
Das Zelt habe ich den 2. Sommer in Gebrauch.
Material und Verarbeitung gut, aber doch gibt es 2 Dinge, die mich total aufregen.
Am Aufstelldach fehlen die beschriebenen Ösen, aber das ist eh eine Fehlkonstruktion, denn bei Regen läuft das Wasser ins
Schlimmer die innenverlegten Kanäle für die beiden Zeltstangen. Diese sind viel zu eng.
Während meine Kumpels schon längst ihr Zelt eingeräumt und am Kochen sind, bin ich immer noch am Aufbauen.
Selbst das Herausziehen dauert und dauert.
Bei Radtouren, wo ich jeden Tag auf- und abbaue wirklich nervend.
Hoffentlich zerstöre ich nicht irgendwann den Kanal.