October 14th, 2014

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  1. Joey says:

    Hi there

    I own a tempest brolly system. And Am looking at getting a front panel for my brolly. But I am not sure if it is the v1 or v2 version? Is there anyway to tell or do the v1 and v2 brollys both fit the same front?



  2. Trakker Products says:

    Hi Joey

    The zip-in Full Infill Panel is available for the Tempest Brolly V2 only. The only way to have a front on the original Tempest Brolly, would be to use the dedicated wrap.


    Team Trakker

  3. Tim says:

    Hi guys,

    I am looking for a new bedchair as my current RLX (which served me very well for a lot of years) needs to be retired. Can you tell me how long the legs on the RLX Flat superlite can be extended?



  4. Trakker Products says:

    Hi Tim

    The legs on the RLX Flat-6 Superlite Bed can be extended from 28cm to 38cm.


    Team Trakker

  5. Andrew Spears says:

    Are you discontinuing the tempest XL or are you bringing out a newer version as everywhere I look to buy one is out of stock?

  6. Trakker Products says:

    Hi Andrew

    No, the Tempest XL Bivvy System is still in the range. It may be worth contacting your preferred Trakker retailer direct, and if they’ve not got one in stock, they can order one in for you.


    Team Trakker

  7. Rob says:

    I was looking at getting the Tempest v2 with the infill panel and was wondering what size quicksticks would be best to get.
    Many thanks Rob

  8. Trakker Products says:

    Hi Rob, 36″ Quicksticks are the ones you’ll require for this purpose.


    Team Trakker

  9. Simon says:

    Hi. What’s the difference between the Tempest v2 brolly and the advanced? Thanks

  10. Trakker Products says:

    Hi Simon,
    The differences are the material used as the Brolly V2 uses our 210D and the Advanced uses Aquatexx, the Adaptive Ventilation that is on the Advanced, whereas the Brolly V2 has our standard vents and that the Brolly V2 is a modular system so you purchase the brolly and which additions to it you wish, whereas the Advanced comes with a front, groundsheet and quick sticks all in one.
    Kind regards,
    Team Trakker

  11. David W McCreath says:

    Looking at purchasing the Tempest Advanced 100 Bivvy with the additional Skull Cap. Quick query, do you have to detach the front panel before you break the bivvy down or can it be left in place?

  12. Trakker Products says:

    Hi David,
    It’s advisable to either completely remove the front or unzip sides of the door to prevent unnecessary strain being put on the shelter when putting up and taking down.
    Kind regards,
    Team Trakker

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