You likely have seen the original Tentsile Stingray, a suspended tent that, while expensive, is a lust object for many lovers of the outdoors.
The company has given its original design a makeover. The second product by Tentsile, the Connect, is now on the market with its own set of lust-worthy traits.
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The Connect is a 2-person suspended tent that can be used with a full rain cover, mesh alone or without covering as a uniquely shaped hammock. It can be attached to other Connects, creating an Ewok-worthy sky community of mini tents.
An additional rain cover can be used to waterproof the space between tents for a huge group camping cover.
The Connect is lighter than the Stingray, with a single two-person tent weighing in at a still-heavy 16.1 pounds. It is also $150 less expensive than the Stingray at $600.
It includes a ratchet and straps, poles, mesh body, fly and floor. The Connect can hold up to 880 pounds.
The company claims that the Connect’s shape makes it easier to find the appropriate arrangement of trees than the original Stingray.
So if you’re looking for a tree house to take on vacation and a fun car camping option, check out the Tentsile Connect. It’s a pricey, but very cool suspended tent that’ll have you sleeping a little closer to the clouds.