One of the greatest strengths of folding tents is their ability to be assembled in the shortest of times. The basic tent needs less than 60 seconds for its onsite assembly. An easy-up tent can be assembled in just a few steps: open the zipper of the transport bag, remove the bag, unfold the tent, adjust the height – that’s it! Now all accessories can be fitted – from the sidewall to the internal cabin. It can also be disassembled very quickly. In less than a minute the folding tent frame has been collapsed and placed in the transport bag. And the whole without tools.
* The transport bag comes as standard with the Pro Tent MODUL 4000 and Pro Tent 5000.
No tools are needed to assemble and disassemble easy-up tents by Pro-Tent. The days when tents could not be assembled because of forgotten or lost tools are now history. Also history for Pro-Tent customers are loose separate and small parts and their awkward screw and joining connections. At the same time, it is all due to the simple, ingenious profile system that Pro-Tent folding tents can be assembled with success at the very first attempt.
Particularly simple does not necessarily mean unstable. Quite the opposite: Pro-Tent folding tents are made of a special aluminium alloy that safeguards the maximum stability. So by deciding in favour of an easy-up folding pavilion, you will not be sacrificing stability.
An easy-up tent can be assembled especially simply and quickly when there are two persons, one on each side. Yet also one person is enough to assemble our folding tents. This requires only a few additional manual operations and a little more time.
When folding tents are assembled out of doors, they should always be secured with lashing straps and pegs. The weather can change quickly – above all in the mountains this is a well known phenomenon. When a tent is blown away, it can pose a danger and be damaged. For this reason: safety first.
Thanks to the profile system, you do not need to bend your back when assembling and disassembling the folding tent. You may need to stretch up, though rarely. So assembly does not put any strain on the back.
Before disassembling a folding pavilion, always make sure that the tent fabric and tent roof are completely dry. Wet or damp fabric in the transport bag may promote mould growth.