If you are looking for a convenient and easy way to go camping to festivals or with your family and friends, you might be interested in a new pop-up tent called the Cinch, that has been designed and created by Jake Jackson based in the UK.
Jake has developed the design of his innovative pop-up tent over the last few years and has aimed to provide a next-generation pop-up tent that provides lots of space together with protection from extreme weather conditions, as well as being very easy to pitch.
Watch the video below to learn more about the design of the new Cinch pop-up tent and how it can make your camping trips even easier. The Cinch pop-up tent project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise £50,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production. Jake explains a little more :
“It might be a cliché, but it also sets a standard – why can’t we have camping equipment that’s as great as the outdoors itself? I’m Jake and that’s the challenge I set myself in a muddy field five years ago: to create a tent that maximises the fun of a wild weekend.
Keep your phone and USB gadgets powered with an optional solar power pack. The solar panel sits on the roof of the tent and powers-up even in indirect sunlight; and the lead runs into the tent and tops-up an ultra cool LCD power bank – with enough electricity storage to fully charge two iPhones.
The Cinch! is packed with top-quality clobber, like superflex fibreglass poles, LED tent pegs and lanterns, luminous guylines and a repair kit. It’s double-skinned for your protection with an outer layer that’s three times the industry standard for waterproofing, and there’s a thick raised groundsheet to keep you cosy. We don’t compromise on quality, comfort, safety or convenience. Embrace yourself in the full list of features of the Cinch! “
So if you think Cinch is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website via the link below to make a pledge and help Cinch become a reality.
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