We SoulPadders here at SoulPad HQ don't like to blow our own trumpets (much!) but as you kind folks are prepared to take the time to write in with praise, then we should at least acknowledge it.
So here's a few samples. More reviews are available online here. Thanks to all who have taken the time to write so far.
Please don't be offended if your message isn't included, we didn't want to make this section too long (s'true!)
This is a cool and cosy option for a family of four. The walls can all be rolled up on hot sunny days.
We love how easy it is to pitch these tents - 2 leaders can easily pitch one in less than 10 minutes, while the symmetric form and simplicity makes it really easy to talk a group of 10 year olds through pitching them without the stress of trying to explain which pole goes into which channel! They are strong and sturdy in the wind and the girls report that they are much warmer than their old tents! Having everyone in one space is great as well and finally, they look cool....especially with solar fairy lights.
We just used our SoulPad 4000-ease for the first time this weekend and it was so great! It was up within 5 minutes, and down in about the same, with no hassle. The quality of it was great, and we had a great weekend of sleep. We were also the talk of the campsite and had lots of compliments. We will definitely be purchasing further products from you to enhance our SoulPad experience, thank you!
Thank you SoulPad - already making memories with our SoulPad 4000 ease.
Crikey! What a magical tent, within its folds are wonders. Fling back a flap and you can see a starscape that seems to have been hidden by this quirky yurt. Such is the sense of mysticism and adventure that me and the missus are tempted to roam beyond the garden. But not without Chris Packham for ground support...
Thank you to all of you at Team SoulPad- the Ward family are now proud owners of our 5000-ease and eagerly preparing to let it out in the open this weekend. We’re very excited to start SoulPadding, having been strongly recommended by friends who love their SoulPad. We really appreciate the quick turnaround of our order and your fantastic communication throughout the process.
To date we’ve spent around 200 nights in our SoulPad. It’s been snowed, hailed and torrentially rained upon, battered by gales and -for a couple of days at least- baked by the sun. We’ve put it up and down so many times we’ve lost count. It’s been dragged around the country in the back of our pickup and subjected to various methods of rigorous testing by two pre-schoolers. And it’s still absolutely brilliant: we’ve had no leaks, no malfunctions and no failures.
Just wanted to say how pleased I am with the 3m ultralite bell tent. It certainly benefitted from weathering in the rain before I used it, because my first trip (last week) was quite wet but the inside was bone dry throughout. The quality of the polycotton fabric is excellent, and the breathability made it cosy with minimal condensation. The simple design made for swift pitching and strike down. I especially like the stability of the shape in windy weather. It sustained some wildlife traumas ( specifically thrush poo and slug slime......eeeeeuuuuwwwww!) but these easily cleaned off and have left literally no trace so the treatments used on the fabric are certainly effective. It's perfect for the short breaks and festivals we plan to use it for, and the quality of information on your website made the choice very clear. Thanks for a great product and great service.
A Big Thankyou....... We sat in the SoulPad (in the garden) until well after midnight last night warmed by the log burner - and all was well with the World!!! Magnificent!!! And even more so was the service!!! Thank you very much for sorting it all and thank you to the team. We appreciate how hard you worked to get everything to us in time. We will be back in touch as soon as we have decided what else we need to cram in!!! Now off to the wilds!!!
Yeeeeeeeessssssssssssssssssss!!!!!! SO eXcItInG!!!! [My wife] has just spent years trying to coax me into a tent. I camp for work which at high altitude or in sodden rain forest isn’t, if I’m honest, always that much fun. So outside of that for a fairly camp bloke I rarely camp. I fear your tent might change that! Or lead to a ‘divorce’. It looks pretty retro which I like, I’m not a red nylon crawl into type of guy.