New for 2017, the Meteor tunnel tent is designed with 2 identical poles to be quick and easy to pitch This 3 man tent is perfect for those adventurers who require features such as TBS II and Gothic Arch poles, which add stability in bad weather, increase the run off for snow and rain and reduce the amount of stress across the poles. Ideal for weekend wild camps and longer back packing expeditions due to the impressive space to weight ratio.
Pitching Time: 7 mins
Packsize: 50.0 x ø15.0cm
Trail Weight: 2.67kg
Capacity: 3 Person Tent
Vango delivers premium tents, sleeping matts, sleeping bags and has a long line of experience in everything outdoors and takes great pride in all of their research and development, coming up with innovative concepts everyday.
Their AirBeam Technology is revolutionising the way that camping is experienced. This technology negates the need for any tent poles, creating a fast, hassle free setup in a matter of minutes. Not to mention it massively reduces the weight of carry on your tent even compared with the lightest pole technology.
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Master of none?By: Phillip Pridding on 7 June 2018
Vango MeteorBy: Sue Roberts on 5 May 2017I only recently bought this tent so haven't tried it out on a trek yet. I pitched it in my backyard last weekend on a wet and windy night and so far am very happy with the design. I made a lightweight footprint to match to keep the floor clean and have a floor for the porch. The fly can be pitched first so that in bad weather you and your gear could get out of the rain and the inner pitched from inside. I like that you could pack up the inner in the rain and keep it dry and then only have a wet fly. Three sleeping mats fit inside although it is probably a bit squeezy for three people. There is space in the vestibule for packs and boots. It would be very spacious for two. The inner has very little mesh so should be a lot warmer than the tent I am replacing. It might be a bit hot in summer but as I use the tent in the Tasmanian highlands where it rarely gets hot at night, it shouldn't be a problem. I'm looking forward to trying it out in the wilds.