Best Mainstream Tents (£300-£999)
2020 HIGHLY COMMENDED
2019: Kampa, Hi Gear
2018: Hi Gear, Quechua
2017: Hi Gear, Outwell
2016: Cabanon, Outwell
2020 Tent Owner Satisfaction Awards update
Our definition: Here, we’re looking at tents that were sold for anything between £300 and £999. That means a broad spectrum in the middle of the market. It’s also where larger, weekender and family-size tents are more to the fore.
Outwell’s 90% satisfaction rating gave it top spot, with Kampa on 88%, and Vango 87% – all of which should be reassuring news for anyone thinking of buying a mainstream tent.
This was Outwell’s second win in this class – it was also top last time around. But, all the brands mentioned above have performed consistently since we first began the Tent Survey back in 2016.
Please note: This is a price category and includes all types and sizes of tents that were purchased (regardless of manufacturers’ recommended prices) for between £300 and £999.
2019 Tent Owner Satisfaction Awards update
Despite scoring well in all past surveys, this is the first time Outwell has topped the Best Mainstream Tents category, its 92% satisfaction rating a full 2% over nearest rival, Kampa.
Hi Gear ran a close third, with Quechua and Vango not that far behind.
All five brands mentioned here have consistently been among the top scorers among mainstream tent brands.
Please note: This is a price category that includes all types and sizes of tents that were purchased (regardless of manufacturers’ recommended prices) for between £300 and £1,000.