FieldCandy Fully Booked Tent

FieldCandy Tent: Fully Booked

How often will you find a tent that will allow you to show your love for the written word? Here’s a quick but honest answer: not very often. That’s why you might want to snatch up these FieldCandy Fully Booked Tents while you can, because I’m sure other book lovers will if you don’t.

These tents are high-quality tents that can fit up to two people. Take it with you when you go camping or when you camp outside stores or concerts or wherever you might need something to shelter you while you’re in the great outdoors. The tent is made from breathable materials and comes with extra-strong pegs, heavy duty zippers, and a lockable storage pouch to keep it in when it’s not in use.

FieldCandy Tent

  • FieldCandy tents are made to be remarkably easy to put up, and with very little practice it should take less than five minutes
  • FieldCandy tents are significantly larger than most two person tents, making for a more comfortable and spacious sleeping area. Plus a separate lobby/porch area for storage or wet items

FieldCandy Tent What a Melon

What a Melon: Feeling fruity? You’re unlikely to get your five-a-day at a festival, so why not make up for all those greasy burgers and lukewarm lagers by clambering into this refreshingly different tent straight from the mind of genius designer Luke Bonner.

Adorned with a giant watermelon design the colorful What a Melon tent is guaranteed to bring a tropical feel to the campsite, even if it’s freezing cold and bucketing down with rain. You can even eat the pips. If you’re barmy.

There are many different styles of Field Candy Tents available at Firebox.com. Purchase the FieldCandy Fully Booked Tent from Firebox for £495.00 ($786) or the What a Melon Tent also for $786.

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Hazel Chua

About Hazel Chua

Hazel has a degree in Chemical Engineering, but has wanted to be a writer ever since she was a little girl. As luck and a whole lot of work would have it, Hazel got her cake and is eating it too: doing engineering stuff during the day, and blogging for various tech blogs during the night. She also established her own gadgetry blog recently, which you can check out at Gigadgetry.com.

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