Camping Magazine Awards 2019: Best Inflatable Tent
VANGO TAHITI 800XL
When it comes to maximising space, the new Tahiti 800XL from Vango is impressive to say the least.
It features a huge living area, Super King bedrooms and a pre-attached conservatory, ideal for cooking and dining. If that wasn’t enough, the Side Studio can be used as an extra bedroom or storage space.
t’s a vast tent, but what makes it all the more notable is just how easy it is to pitch thanks to the Air Speed Valve system. Remember, Vango was at the forefront of developing mainstream inflatable tents almost a decade ago, so they know what they’re doing.
The Tahiti also uses Vango’s new Sentinel Exclusive fabric, designed to stand up to the harshest conditions. The large front windows allow you to enjoy the views within the peaceful conservatory.
ROBENS WOODVIEW 600
There’s a lot of love out there for Robens, and we reckon their first ever range of inflatable tents is only going to add to that.
The Woodview is a high-spec family tunnel tent with all the technical performance you’d expect, with the added practicality of quick inflatable pitching.
KAMPA HAYLING 6 CLASSIC AIR
It requires a certain skill to take a simple concept and make something special out of it but that’s what Kampa have done with the inflatable version of their classic Hayling family tent. The six-berth model boasts quality spec at a decent price.