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Vango Mirage Pro 300 Tent

Vango Mirage Pro 300 Tent
  • £214.95
  • (FREE Delivery to Certain Areas)
  • RRP £230.00
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The Vango Mirage is a semi geodesic 3 man tent which makes it ideal for pitching on hard ground and rough terrain because of its self-supporting, freestanding structure. The technical team never stop innovating and brought some improvements to the tent by introducing a ripstop flysheet as well as Yunan Eco Alloy poles and many more. Perfect on all terrains, this easy pitch tent is great for anyone who wants to make more of the outdoors.

Weight 3.6kg

Pitching Time 12 mins

Packsize 48.0 x ø18.0cm

Trail Weight 3.36kg

Capacity 3 Person Tent

Flysheet: 68D 190T Ripstop Polyester 5000mm - Strong, durable fabric, now with a ripstop weave providing 13% more strength. Waterproof to a hydrostatic head of 5000mm.

Yunan Eco Alloy Poles - Extremely high quality poles made with acid free processing by Yunan. These poles provide excellent strength in high winds as well as being very light.

Semi-geodesic - Self-supporting structure, providing excellent balance between weight and stability

Flysheet and inner pitch together - Quick and easy to pitch and pack

Gothic arch pole structure - Increases stability and assists water/snow run-off from the flysheet

70 denier, 6000mm lightweight polyester groundsheet - Waterproof, durable and reliable

Breathable polyester inner - Allows condensation to pass through, for a comfortable night's sleep

O-shaped inner doors - Easy to open with one hand

Part mesh inner door - Allows ventilation, whilst keeping bugs out

Flysheet door vent - Open from the top to ventilate porch

Multi-function flysheet door - Open from either side, or roll away completely for an open porch

Inner pockets - Conveniently positioned pockets for organising essential items

Fast pack tent bag - Oversized opening for easy packing and compression straps to control pack size

Line-Lok guyline runners - Lock securely, simple to release and high performance in all conditions

Multiple reflective points - On pegging points for visibility in low light

Vivid reflective high strength guylines - Provides high visibility in low light

Factory taped seams - All flysheet and groundsheet seams are factory taped, giving a water tight seal

Weather tested beyond the European standard EN5912 by certified test centre

Fire retardant fabrics - Exceeds European EN5912 safety standard

Technical Help
What size bedroom do I need in a tent?

The size of bedroom you may need has many factors. Tent manufacturers show the size as a maximum amount of people and will not consider for any extra space you may need.


You need to consider the following.

  • How many people would you like to sleep, and in each bedroom.
  • The size of the Camp bed / bedding you are using [as these will take up more room]. To give a good idea, a standard double airbed can take up the space of around 3 people.
  • How much extra space you may need for storage of Clothing etc.

Our suggestion would be a family of 4 would really require a 6+ berth tent to allow for extra space.

Do i need to Weather a new tent?

When a tent is manufactured the needle used for the stitching is thicker than the thread. Therefore all tents need time to weather or also known as wetting out. By getting the tent wet and dry a few times, this tightens the stitching and the fabric and creates a better natural bond in the fire.

Most people will pitch their tent in the garden as per above, but its worth getting it wet and dry either by rain or with a garden hose. With the first couple uses you may find the odd seam or hanging point drip in, these will naturally seal over  time the more the tent is wetted out and dried. Polly cotton tents are more prone to this due to the high volume of cotton, but experience has taught us all tents need weathering.

What is Condensation & How to reduce it?

Has my tent leaked, or is it condensation?

If you have been unlucky enough to find water in your tent, it is very unlikely that your tent has leaked. Vango tents are made to the highest specification using quality materials and components. From tough, waterproof fabrics to strong stitching techniques and sealed seams, your tent is designed to keep the weather out.


How much condensation can form in a tent?

Did you know that 1 person can produce up to 1 pint of condensation per night? So, let’s say you have 5 people in a tent, that is potentially 5 pints of water inside your tent! Other likely sources of moisture are wet shoes, clothes, dogs, cooking, even the air itself! Warm air can hold more moisture than cold air, as the temperature falls at night the more moisture is released into the air. Fact, even without occupants, the air in a six-man tent holds approximately 1 pint of water!

What causes condensation in tents?

Air temperature in the tent can become warm and humid from people, heaters, and a lack of ventilation. When the warm air inside the tent hits the relatively cool fabric of the tent, the moisture condenses into liquid form.

Do all tents suffer from condensation?

Tents designed with good ventilation and an inner tent will fair best. In certain weather conditions, the design of any tent can be overwhelmed by moisture. For example, if it is a cold night and there is no breeze to circulate the warm, moist air out of the tent, condensation is likely to form.

The air, as held within the beams of a Vango AirBeam tent, circulates within the beams. If the outside temperature is much cooler than that inside the tent, then the cooling of the air in the beams is quite quick. The warm, humid air inside the tent then condensates onto the area of the beams inside the tent. This moisture can then appear as water droplets on the AirBeams and in some cases may create pools of water at the base of the AirBeams. If the prevailing conditions are particularly prone to condensation, remove items from around the base of beams.

What weather conditions can make condensation worse?

Condensation can be made worse when the air outside the tent is significantly cooler than inside, especially after a warm, humid day. On days where there is a substantial temperature drop, it can be challenging to prevent tent condensation forming.

Rainy conditions can also increase the chances of condensation occurring, often leading to the appearance of a leaking tent. Rain water on the outside of the tent, or rain water evaporating off the outer surface of the tent causes the temperature of the fabric to decrease, leading to more rapid condensation as the air inside the tent comes into contact with it.


My tent is wet from condensation, what should I do?

Wiping the walls with a towel or cloth is a good way to remove condensation from the surface and stop any drips. On polycotton, avoid pressing against the sides of the tents as this can cause water to seep through. If you are staying in one location, remove all wet items from the tent and dry them so that they don’t create more moisture the next night. Dry and ventilate your tent as best as you can. Tents can be slow to dry on cold mornings. If you are trekking, you may wish to pack your tent and dry it out properly in the midday sun.

How can you prevent condensation in your tent?

Here are our top tips for a dry night!

    Ventilate your tent!: The most effective way to prevent condensation is to ventilate your tent and reduce the internal humidity of your tent by promoting a good airflow. Examine your tent for low and high venting options and open them to let the moist air flow out. If the weather conditions permit, leave the upper and lower sections of the door open, mesh sections can be kept fully zipped. If appropriate, also ensure vents at the rear of the tent are fully open. Make sure the vents are not obstructed by bags or sleeping bodies.

    Store wet stuff outside: Towels, boots, waterproofs, swimming trunks, sweaty friends… keep that soggy, wet stuff out of the tent. Use an awning, tarp or hub to provide storage for wet kit.

    Don’t touch the sides: If pressure is applied to the tent walls of a polycotton tent, water may seep through. Keep bags and other items away from tent walls and be mindful that condensation can collect at the foot of AirBeams.

    Never cook inside: Primarily for safety but cooking also releases large amounts of moisture into the air. Remember that extractor fan in the kitchen at home?

    Turn heaters off: Further warming the air inside the tent will increase water vapour in the air as warm air can support more moisture (our techy guys talk about dew points and percentage humidity), plus the warmer the tent is the more moisture will be released into the tent through evaporation and perspiration. Instead of heating the tent, warm yourself up with the right clothing and good sleeping bags.

    Pitch in a spot that gets a natural breeze: Sheltered areas are more prone to generating condensation. Pitch your tent so that vents are lined up with the prevailing winds.

    Don’t pitch too close to water: Rivers and lakes can increase humidity. Pitching your tent, a little further away from water sources can help reduce condensation.

    Take spare towels: In some weather conditions condensation is difficult to avoid. Reduce it using the steps above and pack a spare towel to simply wipe it away.

How do i store my Tent & does it need to be dry?

When packing away your tent it must be completely dry both inside and out. If you have to pack your tent away wet on site then please get it out as soon as your home. Mildew / mould is caused by putting tents away wet and one of the biggest causes for tents degrading. This includes poles and muddy pegs.

 

Tents must be stored in a cool dry location, free from chances of damp or damage caused by rodents.

 

How tight should Guyropes be? and how to adjust them.

Guy ropes need to have enough tension to both hold the tent but  also to allow it to move. Guy ropes should not be over tight. Its worth adjusting these in the morning or evening. If its wet or cold the fabric can become looser and will need tightening. If you are due to have a warm dry day slacken your guy points to allow the tent to tighten up.

UK Postage

*All Express delivery orders must be placed no later than 11am to be posted the same day [Monday to Friday]. Orders placed after this day will be posted the following working day

England, Wales & Southern Scotland
Order Value Up to £49.99

Low value & Large Letter Size - 2-5 Working Day*  - £2.50
Standard Parcel - 2-5 Working Day - £4.00
Express Delivery - 1-2 Working Day - £8.00
Before 1PM - 1-2 Working Day - £15.00

Order Value Above £50.00

Standard Parcel - 2-5 Working Day - Free
Express Delivery - 1-2 Working Day - £5.00
Before 1PM - 1-2 Working Day - £10.00


North Scotland, Northern Ireland, Isle Of Wight

Order Value Up to £49.99 & Under 1.99kg
Low value & Large Letter Size - 2-5 Working Day*  - £2.50
Standard Parcel - 2-5 Working Day - £4.00
Express Delivery - 1-2 Working Day* - £8.00

Order Value Above £50.00 & Under 1.99kg
Standard Parcel - 2-5 Working Day - Free
Express Delivery - 1-2 Working Day* - £5.00

Weight 2.00 to 2.75kg - 2-7 Working Day - Flat £10.00 Charge
Weight 2.76 to 15kg - 2-7 Working Day - Flat £20.00 Charge

 

Scottish Islands, Channel Islands, Isle of Man

Order Value Up to £49.99 & Under 1.99kg
Low value & Large Letter Size - 2-5 Working Day*  - £2.50
Standard Parcel - 2-5 Working Day - £4.00
Express Delivery - 1-2 Working Day* - £8.00

Order Value Above £50.00 & Under 1.99kg
Standard Parcel - 2-5 Working Day - Free
Express Delivery - 1-2 Working Day* - £5.00

Weight 2.00 to 2.75kg - 2-7 Working Day - Flat £10.00 Charge
Weight 2.76 to 15kg - 2-7 Working Day - Flat £25.00 Charge

Ireland Delivery times are taking anything up to 14 days to arrive

Weight Upto 0.99kg £13.50
Weight 1-1.99KG £22.50
Weight 2.0-10kg £32.00

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Paypal Returns

 

Can I return an item?

We can accept goods back for exchange or refund or Credit, The goods need to be of re-saleable quality and all labels and relevant paperwork are present. We will not accept any item back that has been worn, or not in a re-saleable condition i.e animal hair's, odors from smoke or fragrances, or any sign that goods have been used other than inspecting indoors.

Before sending your item back please make sure of the following
•     The item is still in a new and unused condition, free of odors and pet hairs
•     All labels and swing tags are still attached to the garment, All labels and swing tags are still attached to the garment, and any boxed items are kept in the original box.
•     Any items which are blister packed are still in the condition in which they are sent.
•     Tents and canopies have not been erected and still in their original box

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