Canvas tent big
A very nice big canvas tent with strong ground sheet 3m x 4m x1.8h.. 3 windows that can be opened from inside and outside for privacy
As new canvas tent. Sleeps 10 2 back rooms with dividers Big front room Enclosed Kitchen area / can be used as a room Heavyweight PE floor Roofed porch area Galvanized poles Extended fly sheet
Bushtec 3x3m Commander quality dome tent. Durable canvas (not thin ripstop or nylon) with front shade roof. Stand upright while dressing, with lots of space. Big windows and roof air vent. Used four times only, immaculate condition. Reason for selling: bought a trailer with rooftop.
As new canvas tent. Sleeps up to 10, 2 back rooms with dividers Big front room Enclosed Kitchen area / can be used as a room Heavyweight PE floor Roofed porch area Galvanized poles Extended fly sheet
Canvas roof top tent and trailer. Tent approximately 3m x 3m. In very good condition. With rain canvas and stays. Trailer has no papers, and is fitted with a brand new axel. Pics available on request.
(Used once and no longer require this tent.) Pop-up tents are becoming increasingly popular in the leisure market. Most people who own a heavy, expensive, large canvas tent have also bought a pop-up tent. They might have intended it to be used for shorter trips or weekends away, but they’re beginning to find that it’s being used for every trip. When a convoy arrives at a campsite everybody loves to be the first to finish setting up. I too have been unable to avoid the appeal of the pop-up tent. I love my swag (used for long trips provided there are no elephants about) and my lightweight 3-man hiking tent (used if there are elephants about or my travel entails weight and size issues). Now I have a third tent which I use most of the time and yes you guessed right, it is the Malamoo 3 Seconds XTRA! Weighing in at only 4 kg (the heaviest and biggest in the Malamoo range) one literally just throws this tent into the air and as it makes its way back to Mother Earth it self-erects. A bloke’s dream, some might say.Then if you are expecting a little wind and bad weather, knock in the tent pegs and fasten the glow-in-the-dark guy ropes. This tent is not going anywhere! During a trip to the Caprivi Strip we took three of these tents with and encountered the mother of all storms. The Malamoo stayed put in the wind and dry in the continuous rain, thereby comfortably passing the storm test. It is great when you are able to sleep dry in a storm; I love being in a decent tent in atrocious conditions. The reason for this is probably the 1 500 mm waterproof fly and a breathable inner which basically gives you two layers of protection, one which breathes and the other which keeps out the water. Furthermore the inner has a great fine anti-insect mesh so if in an area with mosquitoes and bugs you should be fine provided you keep the zips closed. There is a large rear window which can be opened for light or animal spotting while the two included poles can be used to put up the entrance awning. If arriving at a campsite late or only staying for a day I often don’t use the poles and awning. One of my favourite features is that if you have muddy or stinky shoes then they can be left in a separate compartment which can be found between the main sleeping area and the awning. This means that they’ll remain dry and out of your smelling zone. As for the inside there are handy pockets in which to store car keys, your headlight or your Kindle. They say this tent is suitable for three to four people but I say it is a spacious two-man tent, but if you don’t have too much gear or are sleeping with dwarves you might fit three or even four in! I read one Australian review where the reviewer complained that he could not fit two king-size mattresses into the tent. The tent does have a set of instructions which will explain how to fold it away into the big round bag. I watched an instructional video on YouTube and was good to go. Once you’ve mastered the technique you’re fine and putting it away should only take a little longer than putting it up. When I attended the Dakar Rally earlier this year the main camp which housed the teams only used Malamoo tents, except of course for the top riders or drivers who stayed in hotels. There were well over a thousand of them in the camp. I am sure those who camp a lot have noticed how this little tent has taken the camping scene by storm, mainly because there is no other tent that can be fully erected in only three seconds!
Very good condition off-road trailer • 3CR 12 Construction • Brake assisted • Canvas trailer tent with large L-shaped awning • Battery charging system with new 100AH battery • Water tank with pressure pump • Water purification filters • 6x Wolf packs on slides • 60 Liter Engel with slide • 2x Jerry can holders with cans • 2x Gas bottle holders • Clothing cup board • 2X Tables • Canvas kitchen (excluding crockery and utensils) • All doors gas lift operated • Spare wheel with cover • Ground sheets included Contact Billy at 725 - show phone - Zero Seven Two Five Two Eight Two Five Two Five
Sprite caravan 1987 inside renovated, new big upright metallic fridge, new big tent and ralley tent with new spring and canvas around top, want to upgrade to 4 x 4 caravan
Barkly East (Eastern Cape)
Conquerer trailer, exellent condition, new tyres, army canvas zip on 8sq M tent - brand new. V inverter. Big enough for family of 5. e-mail for more info/pics
Excellent condition Companion, second owner, with all the normal things like Hansen Geyser, slide-out kitchen, 4x ammo-boxes on right-hand side of caravan, pop-up roof, big kitchen cupboard that opens up on outside but which is also accessible from inside the caravan, and many more – see on Conqueror Website for standard specifications. Many, many extras, incl: New Swing-out awning (270 degrees) with full set of sides, as bought from Conqueror Connection Midrand, with integrated LED lighting – costs R without fitment, fitted by Conqueror Connection in Cape Town. 130W Solar panel permanently fitted to roof, with digital controller inside caravan, linked to 2x deep-cycle batteries Extra extendable poles for awning between upright poles to make the tent much more strong/neat/water run-off better when you camp for extended periods with all the sides up. Spade, axe included Conqueror Nosecone Cover, with zips on side-doors and in front over the geyser vent, costs R Upgrade to Camil Suspension (bought from Conqueror) Kitchen transformed to newest spec – Dometic Gas Stove with glass cover, swivel tap, utility box moved to behind the drawers Water and Gas pipes permanently connected, no need to first connect pipes before use Canvas pockets installed in both side doors for additional packing space of small items Separate heavy-duty wiring installed for Fridge, directly from battery tripswitches BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tyres on TSW Grip rims LED lights installed inside the clothes cupboards, above front bed (swivel unit), kitchen, ammo-box door and nosecone Extra multiplugs installed in kitchen and nosecone Main bed mattresses have a 50mm memory foam layer, and all mattresses were enveloped in a durable, non-sliding material Custom-made fitted sheets (2 sets) for each mattress section – no need to make bed every time you set up camp! 3x hanging pouches with small see-through pockets for all those loose items like chargers, phones, torches – slide in on rope-mouldings, can be taken out to wash Caravan in excellent condition, this had been my pride and joy for the last 3 years, and we have been privileged to visit stunning places and made wonderful memories with it! Always stored under cover.
De Aar (Northern Cape)
Conqueror Conquest off road trailer for sale. Big tent with 6m by 6m awning, 200 liter water tank with pump, 12V/220 V power system, inverter, shower with gas heating element, 80 liter Kellerman fridge freezer on rails, kitchen and utility cupboards, bed 2m by 2m. Gas stove, two gas bottles, 8 Ammo crates, canvas closet, 2 jerry cans, papers in order.
Aliwal North (Eastern Cape)