Air Seconds Family 4.2 xl F&B Tent - 4-Man

    € 359.99

    Designed for a family group of 4 travelling campers who require a large tent that is easy to pitch/take down with 2 separate bedrooms.

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    SKU: S157654 (2193497)
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    Product benefits
    1. Capacity
      Living room height 5.8m² with basin floor mat. 2 bedrooms 210x140cm.
    2. Easy assembly / dismantling
      Easy, quick, all-in-one inflatable structure installation.
    3. Heat reduction
      Innovative FreshTissu Fresh Fabric that greatly reduces heat in direct sunlight
    4. Darkness
      FRESH & BLACK fabric with patented exterior:99% darkness even in broad daylight.
    5. Durability
      Wind resistance 60 km/h (Force 7): tested in wind tunnels on rotating plate.
    6. Easy transport
      Carrying straps Cover of 75 X 39 x 39 cm 114 litres Weight: 16.26 kg
    7. Waterproof
      Tested in a shower with 200 mm water/hour/m² (tropical rain) and field tests.
    8. Environmental impact
      Life cycle comparison: tent for sleeping -
      4 PEOPLE
    • WEIGHT
      16.5 KG
    Product feature
    1. Living room
      Living room of 5.8 m² and 1.95 mm of height equipped with a rising groundsheet that can be flattened at the level of the door. Mosquito screen windows. Pockets on the outside of the bedrooms. Cover of 75 X 39 x 39 cm 114 litres Weight: 16.26 kg
    2. Pitching/folding
      "All in 1 inflatable structure (bedroom and pre-assembled flysheet). 4 inflation points. Stake the 4 corners with the "V" stakes, then inflate."
    3. Sun protection
      The Ti0² -coated fabric is UPF 50+. Please note: A large amount of UV rays can pass through an open door. Protect your skin with sunscreen.
    4. Ventilation
      Living area has lined flysheet for ventilation and to limit condensation. Front flyscreen door and flyscreen window at the back. Side ventilation in the rooms.
    5. Wind resistance
      We test all of our tents in a wind tunnel with a rotary table to expose each side of the tent to the wind. A properly pitched tent with all the guy ropes properly deployed around the tent, must remain habitable with a wind speed of 60km/h close to the ground.
    6. Waterproofing
      Like all Quechua tents, the waterproofing has been carefully designed, and the WHOLE TENT has been checked in the laboratory and tested under 200 litres of water per hour and per m² (200mm of rain per hour!) and during our test missions. -- 2000mm polyurethane-coated polyester - Seams sealed with thermo-bonded strips - Polyethylene groundsheet 195 g/m² 5000mm of resistance.
    7. Poles, pegs
      Inflatable poles: inflatable arch structure in 2 layers: 1 TPU inner tube, 1 cover in polyester 600 deniers (equivalent to one back pack bottom). Aluminium bar at living room level to strengthen the structure. Tent pegs: Excellent torsional resistance (steel with a 6 mm diameter).
    8. Dimensions and weight, folded dimensions
      2 bedrooms of 260cm x 140cm. Living room of 5.9m ² and a maximum height of 195cm. Storage Cover: 75 cm x 39 cm x 39 cm: 16.26 kg
    9. A score for comparing products' environmental impact
      The environmental impact of the product is calculated based on the life cycle of the product and with different indicators. A score ranging from A to E is attributed so that you can easily identify the products with a better environmental performance compared to products of the same type (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks,...). Decathlon totally backs the environmental labelling approach. For more info:
    10. A score for comparing products' environmental impact
      The product's environmental impacts are calculated across its entire life cycle using various indicators. A general score from A to E is provided to help you easily identify the most eco-friendly products by comparing products of the same type (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks, etc.) Decathlon is committed to displaying this environmental information. For more information:
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Flysheet : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Inner fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Groundsheet : 100.0% Polyethylene (PE) Pole : 50.0% Polyester (PES), Pole : 40.0% Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), Pole : 5.0% Aluminium, Pole : 5.0% Glass - Fibre (FG) Carry bag : 1
    2. Storage advice
      Storage: after use or cleaning, wait to put away the tent until it is perfectly dry in order to avoid bad smells and mould.
    3. Product restrictions
      Use only the manual pump: Ref: 8243066
    4. Product catchline
      Easy and fast pitching for this 4-seater tent: 2 comfortable bedrooms separated by a large living room. Fresh & Black technology to guarantee freshness and darkness.
    5. Lab tested
      The waterproofing of the QUECHEA tents has been approved with a test of the full tent under a 200 litre water/hour/m² shower (200 mm of rain per hour) for 4 hrs.The water column test (=mm Schmerber) only measures the waterproofing of the fabric.Our test m
    Product reviews
    4.5 / 5
    24 reviews
    24 users recommend this product
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    • Good until it's not.

      Jodie (United Kingdom)
      Used for More than 1 year
      This tent is big. It's got loads of room for a living space and plentof sleeping space. It goes up very quick and very easy. It is a bit on the heavy side and when packed away still quite large. The biggest draw back about this tent, and I'd imagine all the quechua air tents is, getting a replacement inner tube. It's been a few months now and my tent is still unusable.
    • Great tent!

      Rob (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      I used this tent at the weekend for two night and was very impressed with it. It was very hot outside yet the tent remained cool the majority of the time. Nice and dark inside also once the bedroom doors are closed.

      There does appear to be a major design floor however (please correct me if I'm wrong). The main tent door has two vertical zips and yet no horizontal zip at the bottom to secure the opening. This caused my dog to escape in the night on the first night. The second night I tied her lead to a suitcase inside the tent and was awoken by her attempting to drag the suitcase through the gap in the tent door. Is there a way of securing the tent completely from anyone/anything getting in or out?
    • Luxury festival camp made easy

      Paul (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      I bought this tent for me and a friend who go to music festival's in this and abroad. We are both well over 6' and 20at we had plenty of space it nice to be able to stand up straight in side a tent. It's so easy to put up took us 15 minutes. The fresh and black element of the tent is a God send at the first festival we use the tent temperatures were in the mid 30's. Inside the tent was cooler than standing under our groups gazebo and kept beer at a chilled drinkable level and none of the waking up at 8a.m. Drenched in sweat my mate managed to stay a sleep till midday. The other people in my group were that impressed they are looking to purchase similar tents for next year
    • Traded Up

      Paul (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      I had been using a Vango 8 man tent for about 15 years and wanted to try an air frame tent for ease - as camping tends to be with only 1 or 2 of our four children it also seemed a good time to downsize. This tent did not disappoint. I had it pegged out and erected in less than ten minutes and took only another 5 minutes to peg out the lines. The compartments are smaller than we are used to but that's no surprise is it!
      The rooms are dark enough to keep the children asleep much longer than in the old tent as the sunrise would wake them early. We had some rain and all was good and dry on the inside.
      I had worried that there might be some air leakage from the frame but none at all over the weekend.
      I managed to take all down and back into the bag on my own quite easily.
      Recommendation, take a tarpaulin to use as a footprint and it helps keep it clean as well as keeping the weather out when dismantling and wanting to keep the tent dry. Do Decathlon do a footprint?
      I also bought the carpet for the inside which was good underfoot. Planning to buy the shelter ahead of the next trip.
    • Great...until the valve came loose

      Leonie (United Kingdom)
      Used for More than 1 year
      We bought the 4.2XL (an earlier version) a couple of years ago and really liked it - brilliantly easy to put up and very roomy inside. However, on its 5th outing, when we tried to put it up at the campsite we discovered that one of the valves had perished and separated from the inner tube housing. It wasn't fixable and we had to buy an emergency replacement tent in a hurry.
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