Are you planning for a trek or camp? Get to the best rooftop tent to make the trip efficiently comfortable.
A roof top tent is put up on the rooftop of any motor vehicle. It permits the proprietor to rest over the engine
vehicle in relative solace and safety. It comprises of two panels which are for the most part made from wood,
a tent arch, a mattress, and solid metal pivots which join the panels together. The shut tent is placed on the
roof top of a vehicle and it open to appear the tent vault. The panels are level out to be the surface for the
mattress. This roof top tent must have certain standards to guarantee safety and comfort.
Sleeping Capacity: 2-3 persons
Size: 7.5’ x 4.6’ x 3’ (Open)
Size: 7.5’ x 4.6’ x 0.8’ (Closed)
Weight: Weighs only 65kg and can hold almost 270kg
Shell: Molded fiberglass
Structure: Steel gas springs
Tent Fabric: Breathable rip-stop canvas, 280g, W/P, mold resistant, U/V treated
Mosquito screens: No-see-um mesh
Mattress: High density foam 2.5″ thick with washable cover
Ladder Construction: Aluminum slide ladder adjusts to 90 inches
Includes all mounting hardware and tools for roof rack mounting
Series III Tent Incorporates an Updated Design and New Materials for Better Strength, Rigidity and Water Resistance
Manufactured from High Quality, Poly/Cotton Fabric
Incorporates Oxford Polyester Flysheet, with Excellent Water Shedding Ability
Sturdy Aluminum Retractable Ladder
High Density Bonded Chip Foam Mattress with Removable Cover for Increased Comfort and
Insect Screened Windows and Door
SUV Stabilized Laminated PVC Cover
Bungee Cord System to Assist When Closing
Understand how your tent keeps waterproof
Our rooftop tents use waterproof and water repellent fabrics of the highest quality. However,
with the addition of seams, zips and other desirable features a tent will not be as
waterproof as a car, house or other solid structures. The following are common examples
of how water can enter a tent and were you as the user needs to be aware of:
Initial seam shrinkage and seam maintenance:
All our rooftop tents are manufactured by expert machinists and all seams are treated
and/or heat tape sealed. However canvas contains cotton, and as with every canvas
product, we highly recommend to water the tent during hot weather and give it time to dry
out before your first trip. Repeat that for at least 3 times.
This procedure will shrink the new seams, water proofs them and prolong the product life
of your tent significantly.
In case the weather conditions are not ideal, you plan a trip into cooler regions or as a
general advise of maintenance, we recommend to reseal the more vulnerable seams with
seam sealer regularly. High tension, wear or tear and cold weather put seams under
stress, sealing them as a measure of precaution will prepare you for the unexpected, avoid
unnecessary inconvenience and keeps you on top of your adventure.
Vulnerable seems are the ones that connect the tent to the floor, all corners as well as the
vertical seams on the sloping side walls.
Use high quality canvas seam sealer and massage it with a little brush (toothbrush or
similar) into the seam from both sides. Make sure you use a sufficient amount of sealer to
allow the seams to soak. The seam sealer will solidify into a rubber membrane and seals it