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Belgian 2-Person Dome Tent, M1999 Jigsaw, Surplus

Price 69.99 USD excluding sales tax

This Belgian army tent is actually a nifty and modern dome tent. Made of lightweight and strong materials, pitches in a smart way, and features aluminum poles to make field repairs possible.

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Belgian 2-Person Dome Tent, M1999 Jigsaw, Surplus.
Belgian 2-Person Dome Tent, M1999 Jigsaw, Surplus.
Belgian 2-Person Dome Tent, M1999 Jigsaw, Surplus. A partially opened vestibule allows you to cook with some shielding from the wind. There's one of these on both sides of the tent.
Belgian 2-Person Dome Tent, M1999 Jigsaw, Surplus.
Belgian 2-Person Dome Tent, M1999 Jigsaw, Surplus.
Belgian 2-Person Dome Tent, M1999 Jigsaw, Surplus. The doors can be rolled all the way to the sides.
Belgian 2-Person Dome Tent, M1999 Jigsaw, Surplus. Comes with 6 guylines and 12 steel stakes.
Belgian 2-Person Dome Tent, M1999 Jigsaw, Surplus.

This Belgian army tent is actually a nifty and modern dome tent. Made of lightweight and strong materials, pitches in a smart way, and features aluminum poles to make field repairs possible.

A dome tent is especially convenient for casual use because it stands on its own without guylines. These can be added in case the winds blow but in fair weather, it's up to you.

Features

The structure is an outer tent tensioned over two crossed aluminum poles and a transverse extra pole to increase vestibule space. The poles are retained with loops and toggles rather than long tunnels. The long sides feature symmetric entrances and vestibules.

The inner tent has full-size doors with mosquito nets and both the inner and outer doors can be rolled to the sides for unrestricted ventilation. The roof has three elastic loops for drying your base layer shirt or hanging a lantern, for example.

The fabrics are rather dense so if you have a habit of waking up in a brightly lit tent, you'll like this one.

The flysheet is made from ripstop nylon with a Jigsaw camo pattern. It used to be waterproof for sure but is likely to require some maintenance such as sewing, taping, and treating with waterproofers, if you're after perfect waterproofness.

The stakes are rolled from steel and suitable for a variety of surfaces. The ends have nice flat spots and the don't weigh a ton. Some deformation is to be expected but these can be straightened fairly easily.

Each tent includes the following:

  • Flysheet
  • Inner Tent
  • Two long poles
  • Short pole
  • 12 pcs Stakes
  • 6 pcs Guylines
  • Carrying bags

Dimensions and weights

The size is big enough for two persons when you leave the packs in the vestibules, or a comfortable size for one. The length is a bit shorter than usual, some bending at the knees may be necessary if you're taller than 190 cm / 6' 2".

Inside Width135 cm6.3"
Inside Length205 cm9.1"
Inside Height100 cm3.0"
Total Weight3800 g6.3"
Stakes (12 pcs)580 g9.1"

Belgian army surplus

Made by Wilford Industry. These have been used by soldiers in the field. Stakes may need some straightening, elastics may be worn and you should also prepare to patch pinholes in the flysheet. However, everything is in one piece and serviceable.

The maintenance pays off: this high-quality tent will prove to be a solid companion on your trips for a long time to come.

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Four stars
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17.07.2022 Verified purchase
Oma yksilö oli ihan ok kunnossa. Kaikki saumat teippasin uusiksi ja telttakyllästeen vedin pintaan. Kaikki narut uusin samalla. Alumiinikaaret oli kaikki kunnossa. Kiilat heitin kierrätykseen uusien kevyempien tieltä. Pakkauskassit oli kaikki puhki kuluneet/repeytyneet mutta vähän suutarin apua ja ovat hyvinkin käyttökelpoiset.
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Five stars
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18.07.2022 Verified purchase
Best tent I ever buy!
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Three stars
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25.07.2022 Verified purchase
Generally a good tent even if no English instructions. Only issue is the flysheet for mine was really worn at points for me.
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Five stars
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25.07.2022 Verified purchase
Effing awesome tent! So impressed with the first one that I went and bought another one. Yes the camo is a bit weird like the Flemish girl I once dated but it grows on you. Please buy one so that they go out of stock and I am not tempted to buy a few more!
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Five stars
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30.08.2022 Verified purchase
Extremely luxurious tent for one, tight fit for two people. As described, quite short -- even at 5'10" (178cm) the tips of my toes were touching the walls -- wouldn't recommend this for anyone much taller. Has handy pockets on the inside for stashing away personal items like phones, lights, books!

Unique way of putting it together -- tent poles tuck into the rain fly. Found it easiest to build the rain fly and poles upside down like a bowl then clipping the tent inside, then flipping the whole thing over.
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Four and a half stars
I would recommend for a friend

11.09.2022 Verified purchase
pretty cool tent. carrying bag was missing drawstring, 3 small patches on the tent itself, rainfly was good though. easy to setup. would of been 5 stars if not for repairs but thats just me being picky. its a good deal for the price
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Five stars
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18.09.2022 Verified purchase
Very good condition. All parts included (poles, stakes, guy-lines, bags to hold poles & stakes). Some grass clippings in tent indicated prior use but tent was clean; also, one small patch on inside of fly that was invisible from outside. Small sampling of Belgian (?) soil included with stakes.
The tape on the fly seams needed to be replaced in most areas but, even before repair, there were no leaks. Colours not faded.

FYI for North Americans: the Imperial measurement conversions for length & width are NOT accurate (metric is accurate).
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Two stars
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28.09.2022 Verified purchase
I would have given the tent a 5-star rating, were it not for the guylines missing. I would appreciate a replacement set of guylines, or a detailed description so that I can go to my local outdoor store and make them. The tent is in overall very good condition - one spot where a repair was made to the tent and a couple very small holes in the rain fly. Those can be patched. Tent set up is unique. See Jonathan G. comments regarding how to set up. A good value for the money.
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Five stars
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29.09.2022 Verified purchase
Oma oli lähes käyttämättömässä kunnossa, saumateippaukset irtoilivat vanhuuttaan, mutta ei ainuttakaan reikää, ja kaikki tarvikkeet mukana.
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Miguel d. 05.12.2022
(From a YT video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIS6j2dh2FA&list=WL&index=3 comment )

1. Unfold flysheet (Turn upside down on ground)
2. Assemble the elements forming the arch (assemble aluminum poles)
3. Place the longest poles diagonally in relation to each other, in the same color poles of the outer tent. Then fasten the flysheet to the poles with the eight (8) closing systems (elastic) and tie to the arches.
4. Place the shortest pole in its sleeves on the left and right, gather the three poles in the ridge of the outer tent, using the provided locking system. (With everything still upside down, put the long poles into their sleeves, basically creating a big bowl. The color coding is black to black, silver to silver. I found this step required considerable force to get the long poles into place.)
5. Hang the inner tent on the arch elements with the clips and the hook on the four corners. (I performed this step with everything still upside down, then when completed I flipped over and moved to desired location)
6. Put the tent in the right place (carry the tent) and orient it correctly to the point of view of the wind, and if necessary according to the tactical situation.
7. Placing the pegs
A. Thru the loop of the 4 corner rings
B. Thru the loops (elastic bands) on the two sides
C. Thru the loop of the hatches of the porch
D. Possibly to secure storm ropes
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