Robens Voyager 2EX - Montarete
Robens Voyager 2EX - Montarete
Robens Voyager 2EX - Montarete
Robens Voyager 2EX - Montarete
Robens Voyager 2EX - Montarete
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Robens Voyager 2EX

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Robens
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£229.00
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The two-person Voyager 2EX is a stable tunnel tent thanks to features that include the new ripstop polyester outer, flat pole sleeves and Yunan alloy poles. The large extended porch is perfect for expedition pack storage or as a bad weather shelter. Low vents assist airflow to minimise condensation.

FEATURES

  • Flysheet: HydroTex HD RS, 75D polyester 189T, Ripstop, Fire retardent, 100% polyester
  • Hydrostatic Head: 5000 mm
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Poles: Yunan Alloy #7001, T6, 8.5 mm, anodisedInner tent: 68D polyester 190T, breathable, 100% polyester
  • Floor Inner: 75D polyester Taffeta 210T, 10.000 mm, 100% polyester
  • Colour: Green
  • Pack size: 43 x 17 cm
  • Weight: 3.2kg

SPECIFICATION

  • Top vents adjust from inside the inner
  • Easily adjustable pole tension
  • Extended porch for gear, cooking and dining
  • Luminous zip pulls
  • Colour coded alloy poles and pole sleeves
  • Pole sleeves closed one end for easy pole insertion
  • Adjustable main pegging points feature sturdy alloy buckles

Robens Wind Test

MAX: 168 kph
AVG: 160 KPH

The determination of the performance of a Robens tent in wind is based on the knowledge and technique available to Robens at the time of testing. During the test we register the maximum (MAX) speed impact a tent was subjected and the average (AVG) wind speed at which structural instability occurred. This may appear as a broken/deformed pole, or the collapse of the tent and subsequent return to shape when the wind drops. At no point was any form of catastrophic failure experienced up to the maximum wind speed.