Nemo Hornet 2P Tent

Nemo Hornet 2P Tent

Nemo Hornet 2P Tent is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 24.
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Product Description Item No.   10272218

FEATURES of the Nemo Hornet 2P Tent

  • A Large Side door makes entry/exit and access to your gear easier, and provides more coverage in the rain
  • Includes Luxury Details like the Light Pockets, volumizing guyouts, and watertight compression stuff sack
  • No other 2-person freestanding tents on the market provide Two doors and two Vestibules in the 2 lbs category
  • Hubbed pole intersections create a single pole for quick setup
  • True tub floor construction reduces seam construction and seam tape
  • Triangulated volumizing guyouts increase interior space by upto 15% using included volumizing clips
  • Inner tent has a built-in privacy panel for extended coverage and security

- + Product Specifications
Sleep Capacity: 2
Seasons: 3-Season
Best Use: Backpacking
Number of Doors: 1
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Two stakes short of five stars A very nice tent, but lacking instructions and one stake. It took a while to figure things out completely. The tent comes with four guylines. There appear to be three tie-out points on the fly, and three on the tent body. It took me a while to figure out that the two points near the doors were for tying the doors open, not guying the tent. This was made more confusing because each door has two clips attached to a six-inch cord hanging there. It was not clear what these were for. I thought maybe to tie open the door, but I found in an obscure place on the Internet that they are to attach between the tent and fly to help extend the tent sides, when the fly over the door is staked out. Inside each door hangs one of those dohickeys normally used to cinch down the cords on a stuff sack. Each is attached to a single ribbon, instead of two cords. Sliding them down the ribbon does nothing. I thought it was a defect. Finally, I realized that they are the mechanism for tying back the door. You pull them through the tie-out loop on the outside of the tent, and, then, cinching them actually does something. It's simple, once you figure it out, but not obvious for a first time user. Finally, I found five stake-out points on the tent (including the one guyline at the head) and three on the fly, so why only six stakes included with the tent? Come on!
Date published: 2017-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect christmas gift Bought this tent for my son for Christmas. He loves to camp in very cold weather. This tent will keep him comfortable. It was one of his favorite gifts. He loves the it.
Date published: 2017-12-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light, easy to set up Have used this tent for about a month. I’ve enjoyed the svelte weight and ease of use of the tent. Seems well designed, with the caveat that it has not seen storm conditions. As for being a 2 person tent, it can (just) fit my girlfriend and I, but we are on the small size.
Date published: 2017-12-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Small, light, able to withstand much rain and wind I just camped with the Nemo Hornet 2P over a rainy weekend in Okinawa. This lightweight tent withstood a whole night of heavy rain and strong howling winds. No leakage of rain water. Guy-lines and tent pegs held the tent firm and well. Vestibules are kinda small, but the space was sufficient to brush teeth and remove my contact lenses (body in the tent, head sticking out to the vestibule). Sufficient space to store my bags, shoes, and wet clothes. Cooking in the vestibule might be tricky tho as the space isn't very tall. The only grip is with that the rain fly tarp does not cover the head-side completely (as mentioned by other reviewers). Therefore, condensation occurs at that portion as it is single-walled. Condensation wasn't much; no pooling of water. Just had to stay a little away from it and wipe down for a peace of mind. No condensation on the tent floors. Side pockets were very useful. Tent isn't very tall, and the max height of 40 inches is only at one point. Nonetheless, I am happy with this tent and would recommend it.
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent DISCLAIMER: I'm 5'3 115lb's. I just took this tent on a bike packing trip and loved it. Everything I had hoped. Setup is easy and quick as was the teardown. Spacious. It works as a two person but at two lb.'s its backpacker material. I plan on using this tent when I hike the Appalachian trail next year. I already feel like I have a leg up on weight management. For a single person it's amazeballs. All the room you could ask for. you can put your pack at your feet no problem. You can sprawl out kinda sideways like a normal bed (SIDE NOTE: I used a two person sleeping pad that fit perfectly inside and filled the whole thing.) The little side pockets are convenient. I'm really excited to use the little loops inside the tent that run along the top. Definitely going to be able to make a clothes line inside or hang what ever I want. I love the ability to pack the tent separately from the poles to adjust for packing space. Zippers got caught up a little but I've never not run into that issue with a tent... or jacket for that matter. The only real concern I have is the durability of the material. We're not talking saranwrap thin I want to say it's more like trash bag thin. Surprisingly durable but it will definitely wear out a lot faster given the environment you're using it in, frequency of use, and how you care for it. But any tent designed to be light will have this drawback especially at this level. Over all very happy with this product. Will buy gain.
Date published: 2017-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hornet 2P survives Iceland I bought it specifically for a guided 5 day trip in Iceland. It rains a fair bit in Iceland, but I had no problems at all with water. It is also very windy there. You have to plan out what you are going to do then do it quickly when the winds are in the 20 mph range (my guess of the wind speed on at least one occasion). I'm used to much calmer conditions where 4 tent stakes are plenty for the whole tent. I was glad to have brought a few extra stakes along on this trip for the extra guy lines. The tent comes with 6, so if you are expecting big wind, be sure to pack extras. I pitched it with the head out of the wind as much as possible and as low to the ground as possible. Despite some pole bending in some strong gusts at night, it held up valiantly. I agree with the other reviewer that suggested a couple more guy out points for the occasions when that is needed. I ended up putting multiple lines per guy point for extra insurance on the windiest night.
Date published: 2017-07-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fragile Tent The poles on this tent are exceptional fragile. I ended up returning the tent to REI because they one pole broke easily. Nemo even warns against using this tent above treeline. (See article from Nemo: "Top Crimes Against Gear', ) I mean, what's the point of a backpacking tent if you have to turn around at treeline?
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tent The description of the 2 person tent shows 1 door. Mine has 2 doors, which a 2 person tent should have. I wanted the lightest tent that I could find, I'm not particularly big, but I feel too confined in a 1 person tent and the Nemo Hornet 2P fit the bill. The 2 Person Hornet is a few ounces heavier (but still around 2 Lbs), but the extra room is worth it. It seems to be a great tent and I'm very satisfied.
Date published: 2017-05-11
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Does anyone know the true weight of this tent with fly, poles, stakes, and bag?

Asked by: Lifes2good
The Nemo web site says 2lbs 0oz for minimum weight and 2lbs 5oz for trail weight.
Answered by: BobM
Date published: 2016-12-05
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