A tent from Eurohike with this kind of price tag will always suggest good quality, but in some ways the Flash Fuse II is let down by poor design. A 2000mm hydrostatic head flysheet and 5000mm groundsheet are solid defences against moisture and a zipped shoe compartment shows ingenuity; however, pegging down the tent presents problems. It is unclear where to place pegs on the flysheet and with no help from the enclosed instructions we were left with an awkward-looking pitch. It’s a shame, because this tent is a decent size inside and its build quality is high.
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