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LiorEl  
#21 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 1:47:35 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = HarmonicWave]
However, there are disadvantages to SINGLE WALLED tents they should learn and know before Kenya (e.g. tendency to thicken the water inside the tent).


LOL
I have the klaodverst, and except for this experience that can happen occasionally (especially when there is a shortage of wind) is a great tent! Durable and comfortable (not tried in the rain but a friend with the same travel tent son Zealand and reported that he also works in the rain.

The X-LANDER I have and I'm very pleased to have better models from Leckie.
The New Zealand slipped on one of the sticks and broken.
When he returned to Israel he sent it to Leckie and sent him a new one back.
Both were immigrants (for Israel anyway).
Yagil  
#22 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 11:14:41 AM(UTC)
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About rods, but I got the compressor going on Leckie. Why Their mechanism better today, and the compressor tends to make annoying noise. I also have doubts as regards its duration over time, but it might be my problem, not the Poles--anyway, in recent years erased several parts, especially the edges (carbide, of course) and the locking mechanisms, and four have two poles and two waiting for a response from customer service for spare parts. And Leckie has really almost service anywhere in the world.

About, I do not share the contempt some people got everything we tarptant. There is a good reason that tents usually heavier than atarptant (without belittling the fact that someday I'm going to buy me a Rainbow 2 trips abroad): they are more usually have more features and more space. The tarptant is a good compromise for those who don't plan to crash all the time, because the rule almost unchanging is more convenient to carry on their backs, less comfortable being with him and vice versa; In the tent of 2.5 kg, if it's going to be a lot more comfortable to spend a day of heavy rain than tarptant. And the course in places like ventilation, ventilation in two-tier tent just better than single layer over and of course the warm weather to sleep in one layer without getting stung.

In short, what I'm saying here is that weight savings is great, and I'm all, down to the waiver of Crocs shoe in favor of camp Bfflz flip flops to save 180 made more, but need to understand it's not that dumb and olteraliiterim on the other hand; There are good reasons, convenience and a little laziness (sealant is a hole in the head, for example), why the majority of the audience goes for heavier products but forget and more back.
Amtrak  
#23 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 12:33:52 PM(UTC)
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In connection with the service of Leckie-Alpine style laughed when I asked if there is a warranty or can fix the crooked stick. Saar said if that old model so he can try to ask them the part, but the correction probably cost money (phone, didn't see the stick in the eye).
I sent an email to Leckie Germany two days ago. See if they come back to me.

About-summary I think it always is. Ultra Lite is a compromise between comfort and weight. Almost always the most expensive products and easier to be at least a little less heavy and user-friendly product sellers. They are probably less durable in the long run. I think this is good especially for specific trip (long distance), but not to buy a bag that will serve you now 15 years touring all over the world.
imtl  
#24 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 2:42:17 AM(UTC)
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Encourage my friend because you haven't done קנג'נג'ונגה I trust your Word. I guess as you go through into April and may get hot and need crampons and axe. What I meant is that there will be no option "open" like Annapurna again «EBC. It seems to be slow. Anyway, still I must sleep surface.

How do you have the patience to look at the photos, I have no idea but also brought clips give a summary if you want. Think faster.
sdnl  
#25 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 3:26:48 AM(UTC)
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Yagil, a tent more spacious and comfortable standard and for downloading in weight and in pay. I traveled for a month with the Sqall2, without accommodation elsewhere. So if I have to sit for a long time until the rain it's not easy, but most comfortable. By the way I think all trekking tent would be uncomfortable to sit for hours.

There are many types of tents and whoever can afford better hold some. When you need to choose only one, I'd say buy the tarptent is more choice and options.  All routes have made sets.

זמי1  
#26 Posted : Thursday, September 30, 2010 10:20:05 PM(UTC)
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Why sit when you can lie down?
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