Re: Kamp rite tent cot
I had one of the oversize Tent Cot models and used it several times, but found the condensation was way too much on cooler nights; I had water dripping on my face at 2 am last time I used it, at about 25 degrees outside. So I gave it away. It's probably my own fault for having my Labrador retriever squeeze in there with me.
It's big and heavy (though not near as bad as the Cabela's model), fits great on the stock roof rack, is really easy to set up, and you will have no worries about rocks on the ground. Some people complain about feeling like they are sleeping in a coffin with Tent Cots, but I just found it cozy, if damp.
You don't have to put the rain fly on it, and that would solve the condensation problem, except when it rains or when you want some warmth. I really wanted it to work, as I love the concept, but couldn't solve the condensation issue.
So now I've got an OzTent RV3 and a Roll-a-Cot for camping out of the truck. That combination is luxurious.
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