Spacious and extremely solid - Nias by Heimplanet! This tent comes with an innovative design that uses an airframe instead of a regular pole system. The inside of the double-walled airframe consists of a network of inner tubes. In the event of a single tube becoming damaged, it can be decoupled from the frame and patched. The tent is pitched by simply inflating the airframe through a single valve. This is possible because of the one-pump-system, smaller connecting tubes that can be disconnected upon inflation.
The airframe makes the tent extremely stable and robust. A huge advantage compared to regular pole systems is that the airframe cannot break or get bent out of shape in strong wind. For additional safety, the airframe consists of multiple safety chambers. In the event that a single chamber becomes damaged, the tent will not collapse. The tent has a large interior room that fits up to six people. It has two identical sleeping compartments that are situated across from each other, leaving a spacious vestibule in the middle that can be used for cooking or storing luggage. The compartments can be removed individually, which is particularly handy for cyclists who carry lots of luggage with them. Leaving out one compartment gives you enough space to store your bicycle in the tent!
The sides of the tent can be rolled up, granting a great panoramic view from the inside. The robust fly reliably keeps out wind and rain while the floor protects the inside of the tent from ground moisture. Four vents ensure a constant ventilation which also reduces condensation. They can be closed if needed. You can feel at ease in the bright interior room. The tent body also reliably keeps out annoying insects! All in all, Nias by Heimplanet is an impressive tent with a clever design that offers plenty of space! ;"""