Read more about the minimalist Coleman Bedrock 2 tent in the Practical Motorhome review

Overview

The Bedrock 2 features a single pole structure that is held strong by its pegs and guy ropes. Its minimalist design leaves you with 93cm of headroom and an awkward entry point on one side. Subsequently, the Bedrock would be unsuitable for storage and not perfect for sleeping in either, as getting in and out proved difficult. Typical of Coleman, its 2000mm waterproof rating, fire-retardant materials and breathable polyester inner were high quality. However, compared with other tents of the same price and lower, it just can’t compete when it comes to rigidity, space and practicality.

Price £50.

Contact (tel) 01275 845 024/(web) www.coleman.eu/uk.

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