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Top 5 Positive Customer Reviews for 3f ul tarp
Great tarp,seam sealed with tape,lightweight,compact,after order asked seller to send me dark green instead of light green which he did. Only small thing that I think is missing is tieout point on center of the tarp.Small advise for model upgrading in future. Shipping was exceptionally fast,took only about 8 or 9 days to reach Serbia and to be cleared with customs. I recommedn seller and will shop here in future.
Appears strong and came with 6 guy lines. Quality seems reasonable. This is not an ultra-light tarp but for the price is very good. Approx 550g on my scales, maybe 650 with lines. It's the 3m x 3m. Haven't used in rain yet but material seems good and the spare piece attached to the stuff sack is hard to rip, even along a cut edge. Only time will tell WRT durability. Apparently it's better to stuff these in randomly instead of folding. Guy lines and stoppers seem fine but are an older, heavier and larger design. They would work fine but this is for hiking so I will save them and use thinner, lighter lines and stoppers. Overall this thing looks like 90% of the original for 20% of the price. So far so good.
They do have some wiggle play and bend/flex if I push on them Have not used them yet, but feel they are durable enough for supporting a tarp in high wind. Two Polls Total weight (used my fish scale) = 28.125 oz (797 grams) It came with a rip stop nylon carrying bag. I am 6 feet tall, and they stand about 1.5 feet above my head BONUS 6 segments , each 16 inches (40. cm) the end points detach, could remove one segment if one had too.
Seems fine, with cords weighs about 824 g which is little bit more than i expected. Cords could be lighter and the suspension better. As a tarp it's 5+ especially if you have your own cord and suspension for it.
Using for a MSR Hubba Hubba NX 2P. Dimensions are a tiny bit larger than original footprint but doesn’t seem like it would be a problem. Weighs in at 245g with the sack.