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Alf Alderson reviews the Nanok Domus Solo and finds it to be a fine one-person tent

Overall Score
Rugged build, packs away small

The Nanok Domus Solo weighs only 1.7kg and with its taut pitching and rugged build it makes a good four-season tent for UK conditions.

Space for one person is more than adequate and the small packed size means it’s lost in your rucksack.

Guy line loops attached directly on to the pole sleeves ensure that the Solo remains taut and secure even in rough weather.

The loops are also reflective and make the tent easy to find in the dark when you’re staggering back from the pub…

The poles are mounted through sleeves on the outside of the flysheet, making it much easier to pitch the tent, and the sleeves will also create turbulence against the flysheet if the wind is strong meaning less bowing of the flysheet and more inner space.

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