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!)
We love our SoulPad & can't wait for it to get warm again so we can get out there!
The new tent was fantastic! We've really got fed up with camping and having the new tent was brilliant.
We love our SoulPad - absolutely brill for festivals.
Arrived at Glastonbury with my wife and party 20 mins before show it was absolutely chucking it down with rain and pitch black. And there she was, our very own 'SoulPad' pitched up and ready for our weekend. What a delight!!! Highly recommend these guys for any festival experience!
Once up it [SoulPad 5000-lite] provides an amazing space that could easily sleep ten people. It's an eye-catching party tent that would work well for nostalgic base camps and the odd music festival. It uses a single pole and the side panels can be lifted during the day for maximum ventillation.
I'm a recent convert to the bell tent, like this one from SoulPad. It's quick and easy to put up, with plenty of room inside, and, as it's made from canvas, it stays warm on those chilly British nights. My nephews call it the 'circus tent' and run around it pretending to be elephants.
Just writing to say that my 13' soulpad has been truly wonderful. it has been my home for almost 6 months. We have had record rainfalls all spring and summer here in the Saskatchewan prairies and never once did the tent leak. It has been brilliant! After living in such a beautiful home, it will be very difficult for me to go back to 4 square walls again, which I must do for a number of months. I will back in its warm embrace soon and I look so very forward to it! Cheers,
Another year down the line, I feel I need to add to my original review and all I can say is that this tent just goes from strength to strength. We went camping in Provence at the time of the floods. 36 hours of torrential downpour and not a ... drop of water was let in. Even with a broken gazebo pouring water over the entrance, we were perfectly dry. Having the 5000 was great as we had our sleeping area, our baby's sleeping area, kitchen area (cooker, fridge, etc), dining area (table and 4 chairs), toilet and still room to walk around in!!! After the rain, we had le mistral. 80kph winds and the centre pole barely moved. Well done for making such a solid tent!