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Didis 2

Didis 2

Willow Bough/ Burnt Orange

EAN: 8717962008914

Availability: In stock

$789.00
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Details
The Didis 2 is our 2 person ultra light all-around, 3-season tent. The vestibule provides great storage space in all weather conditions. Two side doors and one double mesh door for optimal venting. We have used the very latest innovation in ultra light tent poles the new NFL 8.7mm pole of DAC. This results in a superlight tent by combining the DAC NFL poles and our advanced GorLyn 10 fabric. Our fabric has been constructed using high tenacity nylon 6.6, with a yarn thickness of 10 denier, which has a higher tensile strength than regular and most used nylon in tent construction. The tent floor is made from a 40-denier nylon ripstop with a laminated thermo-plastic polyurethane (TPU) coating of 10.000mm. This strong two person tent has a stable construction and can be used in spring, summer and autumn and even winter. It can be used at high altitude as well as during local trips in the weekend. It’s a well vented tent eliminating the condensation inside. A full size footprint is optional.
We are proud to announce that the Didis 2 has been chosen by Outdoors magic in their Outdoor Top 100 Winter 2017.
Additional Information
Specifications 3 season tunnel tent for all conditions.
GorLyn 10 Fly fabric to reduce the weight, without sacrificing durability and strength
Strong 40-denier nylon rip stop floor with a laminated thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) coating of 10.000mm
Most recent innovation in ultra light tent poles, the NFL pole of DAC, featuring eco-friendly anodizing
DAC poles made from TH72M aluminum: the latest technology in lightweight tent poles for enhanced durability
Spacious vestibule with front and side entrance
Big ventilation openings on front and rear of the tent
Fly first pitching or all at once
10 Superlight aluminum J stakes (featuring eco-friendly anodizing) - included
Compact package
Pitching time: 5 minutes
Optional full size footprint

Main Material No
Fly GorLyn 10 Ultra Lite 10D siliconized ripstop 6.6 Nylon min. 3000mm
Floor 40D Ripstop Nylon with min. 10.000mm TPU laminate Fire Retardant
Inner Tent 15D Breathable Ripstop Nylon
Mesh 10D Poly No-see-um mesh
Frame DAC NFL 8.7mm Aluminium pole
Inner Tent size 220x135cm
Vestibule Area 175x165cm
Floor size Tent 430x165cm
Height 115cm
Minimum Weight 2.3900
Packed Weight 2,516
Pack Size 14x50cm
Seasons 3 seasons
Model Tunnel
Persons 2 persons
Vestibules 1
Doors 2
Windows 0
Vents 2
Setup PDF Link Download
EAN Code 8717962008914
SKU N6000070-DIDIS2
Usage No
Product Video
Reviews
2 Review(s) for "Didis 2"
Good tent for warm conditions
This tent is excellent in warmer conditions.

+ Very light
+ Easy to set up, very good when it rains because the inner then doesn't get wet
+ Perfect color for camping in nature
+ Perfect size for two people, not to big but still enough space
+ Very resistant to the wind
+ Good price

- But it has a big problem at the footend from the inner and outer tent. It is impossible to tighten it correctly, and believe us we tried! If you are travelling in warm conditions then this shouldn't be a problem. But if you travel in cold conditions it could be because the inner tent is in permanent contact with the sleeping bags. This means that the humidity (condensation) that is inside and outside the inner tent directly goes on the sleeping bags...which means they are colder!

Comment NIGOR®: If you have the idea that something is wrong with your product please contact us through email and we will help you solve the problem. We offer a 3 year warranty on all products.


Anylexi.com
Jan 2, 2016
A four seasons all-rounder with lightweight focus
We´ve used the tent on our 2 month hiking trip during summer on a distance of 700-800 km from Storlien in Sweden to Sognedalfjord in Norway. Because we had to carry everything we would need during that time, including all the supplies (food, gas, water etc.) it was extremely important for us to watch out for an ultralight construction. Nevertheless, it had to be build as solid and strong as possible, due to the fact that the scandinavian summer can become quite windy, cold and rainy especially in certain areas and heights along our way and we would have to spend every night in it, no matter what. So we chose the DIDIS2 to fulfil the balancing act between weight and stability and should not be disappointed at all. Except from deep snow we´ve had nearly every thinkable weather- and sleeping condition and would like to summarize our Pros and Cons for those of you who are interested as follows:

Pro:
+ First of all and in particular the weight, of course. But not only the weight for itself but rather the quiet impressive weight/ size/ stability ratio has been very convincing in this construction.
+ As part of the first point but nevertheless worth mentioning seperately, the tent pegs which are included. Very light and very stable also for stony ground.
+ Also very important if you are gone for a long time with much stuff and supplies, there is more than enough space and room for 2 Persons and all the luggage you carry. The apside is definitely sufficient for two 50-60 L backpacks and one person to dress/gearup/prepare cooking etc.
+ It is indeed (maybe with one minor exemption: see the last Con) a four seasons tent from our point of view. No matter if rain (also much of it) or sub-zero temperatures or even snow, it kept us warm and dry. Furthermore, compared to other products we´ve used in the past the material seemed to be very breathable with less amounts of water condensation in the morning.
+ The tent is very adjustable (which in our view can be a Pro as well as a Con), so you can adjust it to nearly every ground and steepnes, if you are used to adjusting it and have some practice. If not it´s rather a Con because it´s not that easy allways putting it up perfectly accurate in every terrain.
+ Building it up and packing it really doesn´t take much time. There aren´t any unnecessary parts and the whole construction and all its components seem to be well thought out.
+ The Nigor Contact especially! Fast, uncomplicated and very accomodating.
Con:
- The mesh somehow produced threads, although we handled the mesh very carefully. We continuously tried to figure out the reason for that but really didn´t get to the bottom of this problem. Although this was clearly a Con for us, this point is more than overcompensated by the very fast, uncomplicated and very accomodating contact and treatment of this matter through Nigor.
- It was very difficult to tighten the footend of the outer fabric appropriately. Although it wasn´t severe, it never seemed to fit perfectly and the reason remained a mystery for us.
- Strong Wind seemed to be the only condition in which the tent didnt´t feel very well. Of course like all tunnels you have to position it right, build it up and tighten it perfectly but at the end strong and ongoing wind is maybe its only weakness (of course you have to take into account that its an ultralight solution and it should be clear that a 2,5kg tent cannot be a bunker).
Svende & Moritz
Nov 30, 2015