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#204038 - 01/25/20 09:44 AM Best Budget-Friendly QUICKHIKER ULTRALIGHT TENT
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Best Budget-Friendly QUECHUA QUICKHIKER ULTRALIGHT 2-PERSON TENT Detailed Review after 2 years test

Watch the full video here: https://youtu.be/-PGOyVdEhpk

This is a review of our one and only beloved tent Quechua QuickHiker Ultralight 2-person tent. It has been with us from the very start. We have this tent for over two and a half years now and during these years we spent probably 6 full months staying in it doing lots of wild camping. So we've tested it quite a bit in a different weather conditions and on a different terrain and developed different techniques with it for the best use. So in this video we'll talk about the general specs of it, go though the installation process, comfort, durability, its benefits and drawbacks.

Let us know in the comments below what kind of tent you are using now and how you like it. As we said we would love to explore the different gear and maybe find other tent suitable for us. Now we are in the search for a good quality budget friendly self-standing tent. And if you know one we would be grateful for you to leave all the suggestions below.

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#204039 - 01/25/20 12:20 PM Re: Best Budget-Friendly QUICKHIKER ULTRALIGHT TENT [Re: walkingnatur]
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NB: it is customary to indicate whether or not you have any connection, financial or otherwise, to the maker of the gear or clothing you are reviewing, or if you paid for the item(s) like any other customer. This helps immensely. It is rarely that I would seek out a review that lacks such a disclaimer.

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#204048 - 01/30/20 01:47 PM Re: Best Budget-Friendly QUICKHIKER ULTRALIGHT TENT [Re: aimless]
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Originally Posted By aimless
NB: it is customary to indicate whether or not you have any connection, financial or otherwise, to the maker of the gear or clothing you are reviewing, or if you paid for the item(s) like any other customer. This helps immensely. It is rarely that I would seek out a review that lacks such a disclaimer.


Yes, you are right, we did forget to mention it as we rarely do any of the reviews. It just was our personal will to make this review and share our 2 years of experience so no we are not being paid for it and don't have any collaboration with the brand. Do you think it is we can make this disclaimer in the description and it will be fine? Because we can't change the video already

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#204050 - 01/30/20 03:55 PM Re: Best Budget-Friendly QUICKHIKER ULTRALIGHT TENT [Re: walkingnatur]
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You could add a disclaimer to the description and that would be helpful.

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