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#95729 - 05/05/08 10:44 AM Just received AGG's new O2 tent!!!(UPDATE:weight)
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Registered: 04/12/04
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Loc: Lexington, SC
Just giving a heads up and that I will conducting a review over the next few months. I hope to have an official 'first impression's up soon with pics but for now I can tell you that this may be the ultimate 2person ultralight(even light for 1 person) tent. Have set it up only once so far but that was done fairly quickly. My normally skeptic wife and especially skeptic father both said, "that's plenty of room for 2 people..."

Stitching from what i can see is very good, better than my previous Etowah meadows shelter. i got it with seam-sealing and it is covered nicely.

For those that haven't heard of this tent, go check it out at antigravitygear.com

to be continued.....


UPDATE- 05-07-2008: Weighed the O2 on my digital scale last night and the TOTAL weight(tent, 8-6" titanium shepherds hook stakes, included stuff sack, and seam sealing) pegged 1lbs. 12oz exactly.


Edited by 4x4Dragon (05/07/08 08:33 AM)

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#95730 - 05/07/08 08:34 AM Re: Just received AGG's new O2 tent!!!(UPDATE:weight) [Re: 4x4Dragon]
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Loc: Lexington, SC
update in original post.

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