Monday, October 10, 2011
Lightspeed Quick Cabana Tent Review & Giveaway Ends 10/21/11
It's Fall! Finally! Time to grab the gear and get in some camping... some fishing... or just some quiet time out in Nature.
Mike and his buddy, Scottie, do a lot of fishing. Scottie is in a wheelchair and the ability to stay in the shade or out of wind and rain is very important to him. When we were offered the new Quick Cabana from Lightspeed Tents, we were extremely excited!
Lightspeed®‘s compression hub system allows for quick setup and tear down. 3 walled shelter. Great for beaches, parks, and sporting events. Lightweight and easy to carry. UPF 50+. Sand pockets on the outside of the shelter provide stability. Large front porch area. 3 large roll-up windows.
This is quite the amazing little (well, not-so-little) tent! It's incredibly easy and fast to put up and take down. It comfortably holds 4 people (or one wheelchair and two people).
The Quick Cabana is 96 inches long (8 feet) and 54 inches wide (4 1/2 feet). At 48 inches tall (4 feet) -- it nicely accommodates Scottie's chair.
The Quick Cabana also has three large roll-up windows to allow for continuous air flow.
Many of you know that Mike and I host the Clan MacGregor tent at Scottish Games in the area (and try to attend many more). The Lightspeed Tents are perfect for the Games. They offer a shady spot for ourselves and guests as well as shaded spot to place our food items and purchases. I've recommended the tents to other members of the Coastal Scottish Heritage Society!
The Lightspeed Quick Cabana is now available at Sam's Club for an ARV of just $64.00!
Right now, the folks at Lightspeed Tents have offered one of my readers a chance to win their own Quick Cabana -- just follow the directions below for your chance to enter!
Open to USA only, please!
DISCOSURE: I received a Lightspeed Quick Cabana Tent for the purpose of review. I was under no obligation to write this review. I received no monetary compensation. The opinions expressed herein are my own and based on my own use of and experience with the item.