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Boutique Camping Tripod Pole for a 4m Bell Tent

Tripod Pole
Product Code: BC641/SP/TP/4M/19
  • £69.00 (inc. VAT)
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  • For a 4m bell tent 
  • No need for a centre pole
  • 2.5m in length 
  • Made from Steel
  • 35mm in diameter
  • 1.2mm in thickness
  • Spring loaded
  • Rubber cap at each end 

We have now introduced a bell tent tripod pole, which eliminates the need for a centre pole! This is perfect for those of you who like to have a large bed inside your bell tent, so you won't need to worry about the centre pole getting in the way.

The tripod pole is extremely sturdy, so this will ensure correct set up for your bell tent. Like all of our poles, they are extra thick, strong anf spring loaded. You will also receive rubber caps for each end.

Showing our 2 Boutique Camping Tripod Pole for a 4m Bell Tent reviews with an average rating of Very Good. Would you like to write a review?
Review Summary - 4 out of 5 based on 2 ratings.
October 13, 2018 | Mr Harris
Tripod Pole for a 4m Bell Tent

This has transformed our camping experience by freeing up the centre of the tent for sleeping and eating. Furthermore, combined with a fly sheet and a removable ground sheet (zipped) it allowed the packing away of the bell tent and ground sheet whist under the protective rain cover of the fly sheet. This was possible by lowering the tripod by bending the three poles at the knees and the pulling the tent from below the fly sheet, after unpegging the tent and separating the tent from the ground sheet. The poles can the be returned to their full height to allow the tent and ground sheet to be folded away whilst under the protective cover of the fly sheet.

August 9, 2018 | John W
Tripod Pole for a 4m Bell Tent

The central pole supplied with the tent is far less intrusive than I expected, and acts (used gently) as a handy aid to getting up off the floor. 2 of us can sleep in the tent side by side without the central pole being and issue, so I have not used the tripod. The tripod components look well made and sturdy, but I don’t expect it will really be necessary for our purposes. I’ll hang onto it just in case, rather than go through the palaver of returns. I would suggest trying your tent as is, and then ordering a tripod later if you feel it would be a benefit to you.