At what wind speed should I take my stretch tent down?

As a rule, regular tension and rig checks should be conducted to ensure the tents are always anchored securely. As a precaution, it is also advisable to monitor weather conditions and MET Office predictions. MET Office Beaufort wind force scale is linked below.

The Awana stretch tents can resist wind speeds of 17 to 27 mph (5 to 6 on the Beaufort scale).

Whereas our range of Bonga stretch tents is manufactured to stand for longer periods and is wind resistant up to wind speeds of 34 to 47 mph (8 to 9 on the Beaufort scale). It can withstand pulling forces up to 1000 N / 5 cm.

Our double-coated stretch tents are perfect for long-term semi-professional use (from a couple of weeks up to a couple of months) and you can easily set them up with two or three persons, depending on the size.

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