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Freedom Mono Tent
Nov 3rd, 2010 at 5:29pm
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Has any one used the Freedom Mono tent?

Just wanting to know if they would handle the bush and tops for hunting?            
R&R has them on special for $150 with a three year warranty.
http://www.rrsport.co.nz/product/FREEDOM-MONO-TENT?p=71535

If anyone has a better suggestion for a similar price please let me know.

The other one I was looking at was the Doite Zolo Especial 1 Person Bivouac Tent
http://www.completeoutdoors.biz/line/7663/compact-bivy-tent-zolo-1-person-179/

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Re: Freedom Mono Tent
Reply #1 - Nov 3rd, 2010 at 5:51pm
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Hey

I have a freedom sequel tent, and love it. Would highly recommend the tents. That mono seems like a pretty good deal, nice and light.
  
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Re: Freedom Mono Tent
Reply #2 - Nov 4th, 2010 at 6:20am
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My opinion is - get the one that's easier to get in and out of because when the bladder starts screaming "let me out let me out" at two in the morning, getting out of the thing is no problem, getting back in comfortably can be a bit of cow if the tent is a bit saggy, low, bit of condensation or all three.  Smiley
  

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Re: Freedom Mono Tent
Reply #3 - Nov 4th, 2010 at 6:44am
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I saw one on the weekend. They look easy enough to maneuvour in and out of. Good for the price.
  

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Re: Freedom Mono Tent
Reply #4 - Nov 5th, 2010 at 3:40pm
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sparky,aint about the tent but just wanted to contact you regarding Doon first period im one of other party,at same time as you,cant pm yet new member email me, Cheesy its on members unlocked cheers
  
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Re: Freedom Mono Tent
Reply #5 - Nov 7th, 2010 at 9:21pm
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I think a bit of care is needed when buying small bivy type tents. I had one(can't remember the make) that was one peice, condensation was like rain in the morning. I would'nt touch one that is not constructed with a mesh inner and outer fly. The Mondo looks the go. I have a Katipo biv now for fly camping, can be an ass to get in and out of but light and very dry.
  
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