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Naturehike 2 Person 3 Season Mongar 20D Nylon Tent $139.99 Delivered @ Naturehike Official via Amazon AU

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Have been waiting for a deal on the Mongar tent
This is the 20D nylon version, better material than the 210T polyester version which is ~$120 on discount.
Happy camping :)

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  • -5

    Barely a discount

    • +5

      Sure, based on the Amazon displayed discount alone - 13% - but it hasn't been this price in a long while.

  • +3

    20D Nylon Tent $139.99

    I have enough trouble putting up a 3D Tent !!!

  • +1

    Happy camping :)

    Are there many happy campers on OzBargain?

  • Cant vouch for this perticular model but i have another model of a naturehike tent and its kept me pretty happy

  • Bought 2 of the 210T tents last time for $120; used twice, including in rain and they've been great.

  • Have this tent. Really great bang for buck. Nature hike make great products. Two vestibules are great for gear storage.

  • I bought the 20D version for $180 back in December. We have done two 3-4 day walks. Very happy with the tent.

  • 20D?! is this a tent for a proton?

  • id prob go this https://www.snowys.com.au/tasman-2p-dome-tent but I dont need a vestibule, nice to have but not worth paying an extra $80 for it

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      That tasman tent is impressive with the price and weight less than the Mongar.
      There are adventages of the mongar though, the vestibules are not only good for storage, they are very helpful in the rain. They keep the inside of the tent dry when you enter and exit the tent in the rain and let you cook under the vestibule. With 2 person in the tasman tent, it would be difficult to sit up without touching either the tent or each other's face, where the mongar has much more space when sit up.
      The mongar probably provide way better air flow and pack down smaller.
      My 2 cent on the differences between them.

  • Spent a month in the Mongar recently.

    It's a direct rip off of one of the Hubba series from MSR. MSR's quality has gone down imo so I'd never pay those prices for a tent of the quality when this is available.

    No leaks, some if the internal stitching isn't the best quality but nothing crazy. Excellent airflow (which is why I got it, as a summer tent so I can actually breath unlike my other).

    It's really, really decent at this price..I got mine for this much and very happy with it, especially since they include the ground sheet (though the shape and fit could be better, but it does the job).

    Note nylon isn't always "better".. It will sag when it's wet unlike poly which makes it not as useful for some people since you'll need to adjust it more often when it's raining. I'm happy with that but it's worth knowing.

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