The entire inflatable support structure is super durable and separated into separate compartments, so that your outdoors domicile doesn’t crash down onto your head if it gets punctured. And with a pump, the whole thing stands up in one minute. Try assembling a traditional tent that fast. [Heimplant via The Awesomer]
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