When shopping for an air tent, two top contenders are the Vango Stargrove 600 XL Air and the Coleman Weathermaster 6 XL Air. Both offer large sleeping spaces, helpful features, and are built with durable materials. Here, we compare the two to help you decide which is the best choice for you.
The Vango Stargrove 600 XL can sleep up to six people, with a spacious living area of 13.02 square meters. It is fitted with the latest AirBeam technology, which makes pitch one of the quickest and simplest processes on the market. The Stargrove is complete with a rooms that fit up to twin beds and a large/integrated storage space. It is also UV50+; making it perfect for protection against the sun's rays.
The Coleman Weathermaster 6 XL Air can sleep up to 12 people, making it the biggest air tent on the market. It features a large living area of 19.02 square meters, and is also fitted with exclusive WeatherTec technology. The Weathermaster 6 XL Air comes equipped with a hinged entrance, 4 large side rooms and Storage pockets in all bedrooms. Also, it is significantly more affordable than the Vango Stargrove 600 XL air.
In conclusion, both air tents are great options, but what is best for you depends on your needs. If you prefer a larger living area, the Coleman Weathermaster 6 XL Air is the perfect choice. But if you're in a smaller group, the fewer bedrooms in the more affordable Coleman Weathermaster 6 XL Air may be ideal for your situation. So, determine what your needs are and decide which is the best choice for you.