Tuesday, 16 May 2017 08:52

Eureka! Duotaire opens up a new viewing dimension for tents

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Eureka! has launched a new two-person tunnel tent that allows campers to enjoy uninterrupted views during a night under the stars in the summer months.  When pitched, the Duotaire offers the option of removing the all-weather outer tent to reveal an inner tent made almost entirely of mesh. 

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The lightweight Eureka! Duotaire has ample room for two occupants, plus a porch area for kit and cooking.  The waterproof polyester fly sheet will protect occupants from the rain when required, but can easily be removed to leave a mesh inner tent that will keep out insects, while offering an unparalleled viewing experience.  The Duotaire frame is made out of durable aluminium poles and the 2.09kg tent can be pitched in a few minutes.

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Available now from selected specialist stockists, the Eureka! Duotaire retails at just £100.  For more information about Eureka!, visit www.eurekaeurope.com.

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