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What should you look for in a roof top tent?

February 1, 2018   |   By Liam Arthur What should you look for in a roof top tent? - image Capture-4 on https://www.4wdsupacentre.com.au/news

With rooftop tents fast becoming one of Australia’s most popular ways to camp, we’ll give you some of our top tips to help work out the best value roof top tent for your setup and your budget!

There are many styles of roof top tent available on the market, without the need to tow, and offering similar levels of comfort to camper trailers. A roof top tent sets up in an incredibly short period of time a rooftop tent can transform a camping setup with relative ease.

Opening up campsites and opportunities that were, until now impossible to reach.

 

With many available rooftop tents on the market, it’s hard to know which one is for you. Firstly, you’ll need to decide how much space you need at camp.

If you are a ‘bigger is always better’ type of person, then a roof top tent like the Adventure Kings Roof Top Tent Tourer with an included Annex is one of the most spacious roof mounted tents on the market. With 2 massive levels of sheltered area, you can use the annex area as a change room, a kitchen, a second bedroom for the kids or even just somewhere to store your gear at night so no one nicks it! The annex is included in the purchase price of the Tourer, while some competitors charge you extra for it. Do your research before buying so you don’t pay more than you need to.

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The Tourer Rooftop Tent comes standard with a plush 75mm thick mattress and can be upgraded to an even thicker and comfier Kings self-inflating mattress with relative ease for an even better nights sleep!

As an added bonus the included annex offered with ALL Adventure Kings Tourer roof top tents comes at no extra cost. If you choose to not use the annex at your campsite you can leave it off and use the covered space as an awning.

If you aren’t one for elaborate setups there is a good to fair chance you prefer fast and light, this is where hard topped automatic rooftop tents like the Adventure Kings Kwiky Pop up Roof top tent come in.

Built with a UV stabilized ABS plastic shell, 320gsm poly cotton ripstop canvas walls and spring loaded internal struts, this tent is truly good value.

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To set up you simply unlatch the buckles on the front and back, lift it a little bit, and the struts do the rest of the work. All that is left to do is to hook on the ladder and you are good to go, no pegging out and no arguments required.

On the inside you get an included 80mm mattress, the thickest included with any adventure Kings rooftop tent, plus a wall mounted organiser, which has enough space for a phone a wallet your keys and even more!

This tent is represents honest value, it is built well and designed for ease of use – it is hard to look past the Kings Kwiky pop up rooftop tent!

 

If you are a truly budget oriented person and find yourself holding off on buying your favorite beer because it was $2 cheaper last week, the Adventure Kings Weekender roof top tent is for you.
Priced to be an absolute steal there is no reason to hold of getting your hands on one of these easy budget-oriented tents, sharing many of the same features as the rooftop tent tourer, the Weekender will truly surprise you with how much comfort and style you get for your dollar. Including the same 75mm thick mattress found in the roof top tourer, and 320gsm poly cotton ripstop canvas all around, the Weekender roof tent setup is almost as practical as the fully-fledged Tourer setup with the only thing being sacrificed is the  annex.

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The rooftop tent Weekender has large ventilated bug proof mesh windows on all sides that have canvas flaps to deflect rain away, allowing you to keep the windows open even during summer squalls.

For a fast setup in all weather camping performance that can be erected on rocky and uneven soft or muddy ground and anywhere else you can get your vehicle a Kings roof top tent is ideal. They are built to last and priced to sell you really cant go wrong with one of these little rippas for quality and performance, particularly if you are camping on a budget.

 

With many more features than we’ve listed here, it’s easy to understand why you will see more and more adventure Kings camping setups across Australia. You can browse the whole range of Kings Roof Top Tents at www.4wdsupacentre.com.au/products/rooftop-tents.html or call 1800 88 39 64 or visit one of the many 4WD Supacentre stores or dealers > https://www.4wdsupacentre.com.au/stores