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Falcon 6 Air Family Tent

RRP $1,499.00

KC072-703

Inflate this spacious two room tent in a matter of minutes. Great for small families with optional verandas out either side for extra space.

  • Pitching Video
  • Falcon 6 Air walkthrough
3 year warranty

The basics – Falcon 6 Air

  • 150D, 185T polyester fly and breathable inner with heavy-duty PE floor
  • 2 Rooms: One bedroom + central living area
  • 5 Entrances: Main front entrance + 4 side entrances
  • 5000mm double-coated aqua rating with fire retardant and SPF50 UV coating
  • Windows All have 'no-see-um' mesh and privacy screens, 1 has a clear PVC storm flap
  • D-shaped inner doors
  • Air ventilation ports
  • Bug screened fold away doors
  • Accessory pockets and power cord entry
  • Pump and repair kit included
Falcon 6 Air Family Tent plan view Falcon 6 Air Family Tent cross section view
  • Features
  • Specifications
  • Instructions
  • 5000mm aqua rated The waterproofness of polyester is rated in mm which refers to water column height in millimetres. This fabric will withstand a 5000mm column of water for more than one minute before a single drop might appear through the fabric. The thicker the coating the longer the aqua rating lasts so Kiwi Camping double-coat our polyester, meaning our aqua rating is the minimum waterproofness, rather than the maximum.
  • Rapid air frame Easy to quickly inflate, pitch and dismantle - great when you are short on time. Simply hook the tent inlet valve to the hand pump supplied and within minutes the inflatable poles are up without a metal pole in sight. Add pegs and ropes and it's done!
  • 150 denier fabric We use a high density/high thread count (Denier) polyester PU coated fabric for the fly, which we have developed over many years. This fabric has superior tensile strength and is 8 times more durable than nylon. It doesn't stretch or sag when wet like nylon does and is a heavier quality than comparable fabrics.
  • Seam sealed The seams of your dome tent or shelter are the most vulnerable for water leakage. We use a custom-developed method of heat-sealing tape over the seams to maintain waterproofing, resulting in maximum protection against the elements at all points.
  • Twin stitched seams Lap felled seam construction (doubling seams around on each other) with twin stitching ensures maximum strength around the seams of your canvas tent.
  • UV protection For added safety and comfort the fabric has UPF 50+UV protection.
  • Fire retardant The fabric has also been treated with a fire retardant solution. Even with this protection, ensure you take particular care around heat and flames. Avoid using open flame, heating or cooking appliances in or around your tent.
  • Heavy duty PE floor Heavy duty PE fabric is used to withstand foot traffic for many years.
  • Sunroom floor Minimises dampness from the ground. Loose fitting so can be removed if not needed.
  • Airflow system In NZ the temperature variance from day to night can be extreme. With this in mind we include vents that are positioned to provide the greatest air flow through the tent during the day. At night they can be closed to contain valuable warmth.
  • Pin and ring pole attachment Quick and easy pole assembly and dismantling system.
  • Quality zips, ropes and poles All our tents use heavy duty coil zips, guy ropes and poles so you can be assured your tent will last for many years of exciting family camping holidays.
  • Tri-tensioners We use triangle-shaped guy rope tensioners rather than in-line tensioners to ensure the ropes do not slip.
  • Speedhook clips Fast and efficient for erecting the tent. Flexibility allows for movement in windy conditions.
  • No-see-um mesh Even small bugs can't get through our no-see-um-mesh. Enjoy insect free living with ample air circulation.
  • 3-way windows The windows are clear PVC zipped on the outside, with no-see-um mesh sewn in the middle and an internally zipped 'privacy' window on the inside. Both inside and outside flaps can be opened to allow a flow of air through the tent.
  • Accessory pockets Accessory pockets provide handy storage for smaller items and valuables.
  • Door storage pockets Clean and neat storage for the doors when they are fully zipped open.
  • Tiered storage Handy tiered storage to easily locate important items. We also have corner storage units available separately which can be hooked onto pre-installed ties providing added storage for longer holidays.
  • Lantern hanging points Conveniently located tabs to hang LED lanterns.
  • Power cord entry Power cord entry makes it easy to plug in appliances or charge your phone when on a powered tent site.
  • Size: 460 x 280 (cm)
  • Floor Area: 11.4m²
  • Bedroom: 220 x 260 (cm)
  • Living: 220 x 260 (cm)
  • Packed size: 81.5 W x 40 H x 40 D (cm)
  • Weight: 23.9kg
  • Great tent, spacious and really flexible and very quick to put up. Jon Davies

    I was a bit skeptical about buying a blow up tent. But having had plenty of damaged poles over the years thought I would try something new. Online reviews for other inflatable pole tents, point out the the fact they just spring back if someone falls on them. What I hadn't realized was the tent went up much faster than a normal dome, there was no sleeves to find and poles to match. Pump with 7 psi blow off made getting the correct pressure very easy, and it takes very little to get them inflated (30 secs - 1 minute). They are certainly very rigid even in blustery conditions, especially with the two clever top poles. Because of the arch shape there is also more head room, even at 6'1" I can stand up in +80% of the floor area. I can't do that in a normal tunnel tent. Whats not obvious from the diagram is that the whole floor area has a ground sheet so you have two proper rooms which is much better. Again gives you flexibility on how you use the space. Flexibility, well I have never seen a tent with so much. 5 doors mean it will pitch in so many different ways. Side awnings are brilliant but again what isn't shown is the end awnings has sides which make it great in wind and rain. So whatever the conditions there will be a door in the lee of the wind or weather. Not the cheapest tent on the market, but then the quality is obvious when you put it up. Fabric, pegs to poles are all really good quality. Its so flexible in terms of configuration and the headroom is amazing. Very happy with it so far.
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POET

The Perry Outdoor Educational Trust, or POET has assisted low decile secondary schools to facilitate the delivery of outdoor education experiences for students. Kiwi Camping is honoured to be able to support POET with packs, tents and other camping items needed to keep them going!

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