Well the Mini Peak was waiting for me when I got back this morning.
I've never done a review before so please bear with me.
I bought the Mini Peak on EBay on the 8th of September and it arrived today, the 16th September, not too bad comming from China. Including P & P it came to £62.00, again not too shabby.
Heres what you get in the package.
Errecting the outer shelter was very easy although I wonder how easy it would be in a high wind.
Plentyt of head room and space.
Attaching the inner bug tent was more problematic however. The inner has no specific way to attach the upper part to the pole or flysheet, there are a couple of eyelets and I guess that's their purpose but their not well placed or particularly obvious (sorry no photo of this). Pegging out the inner also required I nip indoors and grab some pegs from another tent. Only nine pegs were supplied and although that could work with doubling up on peg usage (pegging the inner and outer to the same peg ~ potentially not good) I would rather have had more peg options.
Another issue with the inner tent is that the nettting has a tie back on the end wall but not on the front. You can see in the pics that the front mesh is just hanging loose.
Stitching and seaming look good, the zips are not of the highest quality but look robust enough.
Thats it for now, ask if theres anything I've not been clear about of you'd like to know more. I'll be field testing the tent over the weekend with a two night/three day hike across the West Mendip Way. (extreme in the same way kittens are!)