LewisIt may not be the biggest, but when everyone else's tents were flooding and/or falling apart in an endless storm during a week long festival in 2016 this little guy held strong through it all.
Festival WorkerI used the qiktent over the 2016 festival season,easy to put up and take down,and it rained very heavy at some of the events(bestival it hammered down on the Saturday),but the tent stayed bone dry while some of my colleagues tents were flooded out.
Enough room for one man and his kit,2 people just about with the kit in the porch area.
Great tent,got me though the festival season,I could not ask for anything more,in 2015 I used a series of cheap pop up tents and paid the price when it rained and it was miserable,no such problem with the Qiktent.
LucyBought one last summer for a festival. Ridiculously easy to pitch and put away. Was spacious for one person. Very good quality. I like the little 'windows' - unusual feature for a tiny tent. Very happy!
RayI got this for a motorbike camping trip in summer 2015. The pack is quite long but can be strapped across the back seat ok no wider than the panniers. It's not too heavy either unlike some metal framed instant tents. Really quick and easy to pitch and an ideal size for one biker and his kit. It seems well made and it kept out some very heavy rain. I didn't need guy ropes either as it is pretty much self supporting, just peg out the flysheet. Guy ropes are provided in case it gets windy. I will be using it again next summer.
GinaPopped into the shop to have a browse and was shown the Quiktent. Bought it (it was on offer, couldn't resist), took it home, got it out of the bag and set it up. Couldn't believe how quick and easy it was to put up and put away. I have been looking for something easy for one person to set up, and this fits the bill perfectly. The other pop up tents are quick to put up, but a nightmare to put away, but this is a dream!!